Join local Quechua descendent Vidal Jaquehua on a cultural adventure to Machu Picchu ruins.
Explore indigenous villages, Inca temples, and the Andes Mountains. The ultimate group tour to Machu Picchu and Peru for photographers!
The best little culinary trip you never heard of. Savor native Incan dishes and sample trendy
local fare on this guided adventure to Machu Picchu. Andean cuisine comes alive when our
experienced local guides take you off the beaten track.
Explore the best of southern Peru starting in Lima, then the wildlife at Paracas, followed by the mysterious Nazca lines. On to Arequipa, then Puno and the highlands of Lake Titicaca. Continue to exotic Cusco and finally a guided tour of Machu Picchu.
Fly to Huaraz to explore the majestic peaks of the Cordillera Blanca in Peru. Acclimatize for two days before beginning a 4-day guided trek on Santa Cruz trail. No experience necessary. You have the option to combine this trek with hikes to Machu Picchu.
4-Day mini-vacation along the uncrowded jungle route on the backside of Machu Picchu. Drive over a glacier before descending into a jungle eco-system where you hike through
coffee and avocado plantations to Aguas Calientes.
This easy 1-day Inca Trail Hike to Machu Picchu includes a luxury hotel and gourmet box lunch. On day 2, we’ll return to Machu Picchu for a private guided tour. This Peru hike tour includes Vistadome train service, trekking poles, and the best guides!
14 Days. The best of Peru in one amazing trip: an excursion to the Amazon Rain Forest, a visit to the world-renowned Machu Picchu & a step back in time to Lake Titicaca. Do it all in only 2 weeks. This is the most fun you'll ever have on one trip.
Travel to Peru with our most extravagant package yet. Experience the ultimate in Andean
hospitality, and enjoy the sights, sounds, and comforts of Peruvian luxury with this trip to Cusco and Machu Picchu.
Follow Roger M. "Luke" Richards, photo and cinematic journalist, as he tells a story about our
quest to solve a modern-day mystery in Peru. "Chasing An Inca Legend" film could change the course of history as we know it.