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Markets and Plazas of Lima

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Location Lima

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£188 per person - Standard accommodation

Amble among the facades and high rises of Lima, veiled in fog and packed with verve. A proud Latino city perched on crumbling cliffs with a blooming food scene, Lima fizzes with energy. Staying in a locally run hotel, you’ll be shown around Miraflores food market and the charming colonial centre.

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Following Ancient Footsteps – Inca Trail

Duration 5 days / 4 nights

Location Cusco - Inca Trail - Machu Picchu - Cusco

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£745 per person - Standard accommodation

Follow the Inca Trail through the foothills, valleys and cloud forests of the Andes, ending your trek as the swirling mist lifts over Machu Picchu at dawn. It’s one of the world’s most famous trekking routes, worth every aching muscle and every last blister. There really is nothing better.

Train Tracks to Machu Picchu

Duration 4 days / 3 nights (flexible)

Location Cusco - Sacred Valley's Ollantaytambo - Machu Picchu - Cusco

Recommended for families

Prices from:

£448 per person – Simple & Standard accommodation

Skip the trekking and take the train to Machu Picchu, arriving in easy style. If you’re after a relaxed, authentic way to see the Sacred Valley, it’s a winner. You'll have plenty of time to explore the charming town of Ollantaytambo before heading to the Lost City.

Condors in the Colca Canyon

Duration 3 days / 2 nights

Location Arequipa - Colca Canyon: Coporaque - Cruz del Condor - Arequipa/Puno

Recommended for families

Prices from:

£245 per person - Standard accommodation

Zigzag into the dizzying Colca Canyon, watch silver-winged condors soar and visit sleepy mountain villages. Deeper than the Grand Canyon, epic is an understatement. With ancient terraces carved into the hillsides and alpacas grazing on the plains, it’s packed with Peruvian romance.

Amazon Jungle Lodge

Duration 4 days / 3 nights (flexible)

Location Cusco - Puerto Maldonado - Lima

Recommended for families

Prices from:

£558 per person - Simple accommodation

Explore the Amazonian rainforest by motorised canoe, spot monkeys and watch multi-coloured macaws at the clay licks. Take nerve-jangling night walks, learn about the flora, swing in a hammock as toucans fly overhead and feel completely lost in the jungle. It’s a real walk on the wild side.

Rainbow Mountain Ramble

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Location Cusco - Vinicunca - Cusco

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£195 per person - Standard accommodation

Vinicunca is a barely discovered area with landscapes seemingly from another planet. It’s a challenging 6 hour trek through green wilderness dotted with alpacas, against a backdrop of the snowcapped Andes. When you reach the bizarre and beautiful Rainbow Mountain, it’ll all seem worth the effort.

Typically Titicaca

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Location Puno - Uros - Taquile - Puno

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£145 per person – Standard accommodation

Stay in the youthful town of Puno, from where you'll set off for a day-trip to the floating reed islands of Titicaca, the highest navigable lake on earth. Meet the locals who call this place home, and lie back as you glide across the still waters by speedboat.

Titicaca Island Hopping

Duration 4 days / 3 nights (flexible)

Location Puno - Uros - Amantani - Taquile - Puno

Prices from:

£175 per person – Simple & Standard accommodation

Stay amongst the local community on an island marooned in Lake Titicaca, sleeping in a traditional clay hut and learning about life on the world’s highest lake. It’s an unusual chance to get to know the traditional Quechua Indians and watch drifting clouds reflect off the bright blue lake.

Culture and Cookery in Arequipa

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Location Arequipa

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£225 per person - Standard accommodation

Journey to the charming city of Arequipa, filled with baroque buildings, cobbled streets and sandwiched between volcanic peaks. Take a walk through the intoxicating market and visit a local home to cook up some tasty Peruvian cuisine. Buen provecho!

Sea Lions and Sand Dunes

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Location Lima - Islas Ballestas - Huacachina - Arequipa

Recommended for families

Prices from:

£365 per person – Standard accommodation

Sleep next to a surreal desert lagoon, hurtle down giant sand dunes and sail around islands crammed with sea lions. Welcome to the curious coastline of Peru. Machu Picchu, the Andes and the Amazon might take all the glory, but this area of Peru takes the biscuit when it comes to bizarre.

Huaraz – Cordillera Blanca Trek

Duration 6 days / 5 nights (flexible)

Location Lima - Huaraz - Huascaran National Park - Lima

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£675 per person - Standard accommodation

Trek through the world’s highest tropical mountain range, meeting the locals on your way. A land of snowy peaks and wisps of cloud reflected in blue lagoons, it’s Peruvian hiking heaven. Visit traditional towns tucked away in the Andes and swing in a hammock with valley views.

Explore the Cobbled Streets of Cusco

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Location Cusco

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£165 per person - Standard accommodation

Explore Cusco, the Inca heartland and a city of colourful contrasts where ancient ruins rub up against retail giants and carnivals crash through cobbled streets. With a Spanish colonial style and its own brand of flair, many people find Cusco hard to leave. Soon, you’ll understand why.

Trails and Valleys – Short Inca Trek

Duration 4 days / 3 nights (flexible)

Location Cusco - Machu Picchu - Sacred Valley - Cusco

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£768 per person – Simple & Standard accommodation

If the idea of camping leaves you cold, try this quick Inca trek. Spend a day exploring the snow-capped Andes, marvel at Machu Picchu and sleep in a comfy bed. You’ll see the Lost City in both the afternoon and morning light, giving you all of the Inca culture with none of the camping.

Through Faraway Peaks – Salkantay Trek

Duration 4 days / 3 nights

Location Cusco - Salkantay Trek - Machu Picchu - Cusco

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£785 per person – Basic & Simple accommodation

High on beauty, low on crowds - the Salkantay Trek is the ‘other’ Inca Trail. It may not be the traditional route to Machu Picchu, but it’s every bit as stunning. Trekking for three days through remote landscape, you’ll see the lesser explored Andes and feel almost alone in the mountains.

Authentic Andes – Lares Trek

Duration 5 days / 4 nights

Location Cusco - Lares Trek - Machu Picchu - Cusco

Prices from:

£888 per person – Basic & Simple accommodation

Take the mountain paths less travelled on the Lares Trail to Machu Picchu. A great alternative to the busy Inca Trail, you’ll pass remote villages and glassy lakes nestled between snowy peaks. If you’re after an authentic taste of life in Andes, this is the trek for you.

Waves and Rays in Máncora

Duration 4 days / 3 nights (flexible)

Location Máncora

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£338 per person - Standard accommodation

Peru may not be famed for its beaches, but the popular little town of Máncora is where to go if you fancy feeling the sand between your toes. With year-round warm weather, this former fishing village provides a well-earned opportunity to kick back and let the Pacific breeze pass you by.

Coastal Road to Nazca

Duration 5 days / 4 nights (flexible)

Location Lima - Huacachina - Islas Ballestas - Nazca - Arequipa

Prices from:

£315 per person - Standard accommodation

Explore the other Peru, a surreal mix of mysterious etchings, giant sand dunes, sea lion colonies and desert lagoons. Surf down the golden dunes, fly over the Nazca Lines and drift around the Islas Ballestas, spotting wild dolphins and penguins as you sail. It’s a bizarre and beautiful adventure.

A Break in Bogota

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Location Bogota, Colombia

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£148 per person - Standard accommodation

On your way to Peru or Chile, why not make a quick stopover in Bogota, the capital city of Colombia? In this vibrant city you can amble along cobbled streets, past colonial buildings and impressive street art then swing by a road-side cafe for a cup of tinto- a small cup of strong Colombian coffee.

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