Day 1: Lima
Begin your trip with an introduction to Lima. You’ll meet your group, eat lunch at a local restaurant, and take a tour of the city.
Day 2: Lima to Cusco
After flying into Cusco, you’ll transfer to the Sacred Valley of the Incas with stops at the Awana Kancha Textile Center and Pisac Inca Ruins.
Day 3: Sacred Valley
Get first-hand experience of Andean life with a demonstration of the Chinchero Inca textiles and a home-hosted lunch.
Day 4: Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is a favorite for many. You’ll get the best view on the Ollantaytambo Panoramic tour, as well as an afternoon Machu Picchu tour.
Day 5: Machu Picchu to Cusco
During your second day at Machu Picchu, you’ll get the opportunity for a scenic hike before fueling up on lunch and heading on back to Cusco.
Day 6: Cusco
Architecture can truly tell a story. Step back into history during your Cusco visit – showcasing the cathedral, Coricancha, Sacasaywaman, and more – including local shopping and cuisine.
Day 7: Cusco
Jumpstart your morning with a walking tour of Cusco. Then, roam free to take in all that the city has to offer.
Day 8: Cusco to Puno
On Day 8, you’ll move on from Cusco to Puno with stops to see Raqchi and Ruta Del Barroco Andino. After the 7-hour trip, you can rest up at your hotel.
Day 9: Lake Titicaca
There is nothing like Lake Titicaca. Take in the expansive lake on Day 9 by island hopping between the floating Islands of the Uros and Island of Taquile.
Day 10: Lake Titicaca
There’s so much to Lake Titicaca. On this day, you’ll visit the Aymara people and Sillustani tombs before taking a tour of Puno.
Day 11: Puno to Lima
On your last day, you’ll trek back to Lima to have some free time before a local farewell dinner and catching your flight back home.
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