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$ 690

Enjoy a marvelous train ride from Lima to Huancayo, and stay 2 nights in the charming highland city.


$ 690

Enjoy a marvelous train ride from Lima to Huancayo, and stay 2 nights in the charming highland city.


$ 590

Have a strong desire to see Machu Picchu but have limited time? If that is the case, then our full day guided tour will make sure that you see all the highlights of the historic site.


$ 60

This tour will offer you a basic overview of Lima’s historical past in three different eras, Pre-Hispanic, Colonial, and Modern. You will discover the rich indigenous influence and the mark that has been left on the city by visiting ruins.


$ 190

Enjoy a half-day tour learning about the gastronomical secrets of one of the world’s richest cuisines! It is said that Peru’s gastronomy is better than any in Latin America due to the fact that the capital of the Spanish viceroyalty was in Lima.


$ 150

The Los Ficus Hacienda is owned and operated by a well known Limeño family. The first idea to build their hacienda was to have suitable stables for their horses as this is where their true passion lies.

The City of Cusco and its immediate surroundings have much to offer from ancient Incan sites to stunning examples of Spanish art and architecture.

$ 110


Enjoy some of the most historic colonial sites in Peru and discover all the rich history and culture that the “City of Kings” has to offer.



Considered a must- see by all editors and travel experts, and undoubtedly one of the best museums in Latin America. This attraction is located in a colonial mansion of the eighteenth century, built on a pre-Columbian the seventh century, the Larco Museum Pyramid is surrounded by beautiful gardens.

One of the quickest growing cities in popularity is the “White City” or Arequipa. Its name comes from the white volcanic stone used to build many of its important structures.


$ 80

Lima is the capital of Peru and is the largest city in the country. In the city you will be able to see balconies that were a major feature of Lima’s architecture during the colonial period.


Qoyllurity is considered the largest pilgrimage in the Andes. This religious festivity was first held in 1780 in the district of Ocongate, eight hours from the city of Cusco. The main ceremony takes place at the foot of Mount Ausangate at 4,700 m.