2019 Treasures of Peru

Aug. 12 – 22
Tour Operator: Odysseys Unlimited
Price: From $4,487 (Airfare included)
Tour Length: 11 days
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A land of treasures archaeological, cultural, and natural awaits your small group on this engaging 11-day tour.  The Peruvian discovery begins with Lima’s highlights, both colonial and modern, including the historic Casa Aliaga and the renowned Larco Herrera Museum.  Fly to historic Cuzco and visit the sacred sites of Koricancha and Santo Domingo.  Experience Peru’s rich cultural heritage in the beautiful Sacred Valley, exploring Pisac’s colorful Indian market, admiring Ollantaytambo’s massive ruins, and visiting indigenous villages.  After a remarkable train ride, encounter Machu Picchu’s astounding ruins on two guided tours, overnighting at a nearby hotel.  Returning to Cuzco, see Sacsayhuamán’s impressive ruins and enjoy lunch in a gracious family’s home.  Traverse Peru’s scenic altiplano with its snowcapped mountains to stunning Lake Titicaca, where a full-day exploration includes a boat ride to the Uros people’s Floating Islands made of reeds.  Discover the Amazon rainforest’s wonders on an optional 4-day/4-night post-tour extension.

Schedule of Events

  • Day 1 : Depart U.S.
  • Day 2 : Lima
  • Day 3 : Lima | Cuzco | Sacred Valley
  • Day 4 : Sacred Valley
  • Day 5 : Sacred Valley | Machu Picchu | Aguas Calientes
  • Day 6 : Machu Picchu | Cuzco
  • Day 7 : Cuzco
  • Day 8 : Cuzco | Puno
  • Day 9 : Puno | Lake Titicaca
  • Day 10 : Puno | Lima | Depart for U.S.
  • Day 11 : Arrive in U.S.

Additional Information

Note: Tour schedule is subject to change due to local conditions. Many excursions in this program involve an element of walking as some of the finest attractions are located in areas not closely accessible by motorcoach.

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All 2019 prices and itineraries (including port order) are tentative and subject to change; final pricing adjustments may occur after the release of marketing materials.