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Tour Highlights
Cities & Sites Visited: Lima / Paracas / Nazca Lines / Cusco / Machu Picchu / Lake Titicaca / La Paz / Uyuni
  • Watch spectacular Sealife on a Boat Tour across the Paracas National Reserve & Ballestas Islands
  • Flight over the famous Nazca Lines
  • Visit World-Unesco Machu Picchu in a full day trip with Train included
  • Navigate across Lake Titicaca, and uncover the Peruvian roots on Uros and Taquile Islands
  • Marvel at the Salt Flats of Uyuni and the hights of La Paz in a private exploration of Bolivia

Departure & End Location

Meeting at Lima Aiport or Hotels Lima (Pickup time According to arrival flight)

End in La Paz Airport, Bolivia

Tour Info

  • Duration: 14 Days / 13 Nights
  • Included Activities: Popular places, City sightseeing, Outdoor activities
  • Difficulty: Easy, suited for everybody
  • Group Size: Min 1 - Max 12 People per group
  • Min Age: 10+ (recommended)
  • Availability: All Year (best season from nov - mar)

Guided Languages

  • English / Spanish
  • French, Portuguese, German, Italian, Japanese (upon request)

Price Includes

  • 13 nights in our handpicked hotels
  • All private tours and activities
  • All indicated pick-ups and transfers in private service with an English-speaking guide
  • Meals indicated: B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner
  • Round trip train transport to Machu Picchu
  • All entrance fees and permits

Price Excludes

  • International flights and airport taxes
  • Domestic flights
  • Meals not indicated
  • Additional and personal expenses, such as extra transportation, laundry, telephone calls, snacks, etc.
  • Travel insurance (recommended)
  • Gratuities
Practical Info & Recommendations
  • US citizens require a visa to access Bolivia, which is an extra fee. Visa can also be easily handled at the border control of Bolivia or in Peru. Please consult your inmigration office for more details
  • The tour may vary due to rainy season or impredictable weather conditions. This may affect the visit to some areas such as Uyuni. In this case, we'll be happy to fix alternatives.
  • Some transfers are required to be in shared vehicles as private charters services are not available on site
  • Cancellation Policies: Please consult our Flexible Booking and Conditions of Sale
Vale-Added Services that you will receive from us:
  • EXPERTISE We have a expert team of travel specialists, who have all turned their passion for travel into a vocation. Between them, they have visited nearly every corner of Peru and Bolivia.
  • FLEXIBILITY We curate tailor-made, truly individual travel experiences for our clients. View Peru approach leaves our travellers with unforgettable memories.
  • 24/7 ASSISTANCE At every stage of your holiday, from inception to conclusion, a View Peru hand will be there to guide you.
  • WE ARE THE OPERATORS View Peru is the Operator of all your experiences in Peru and Bolivia, This ensures a seamless holiday experience.
Itinerary

Day 1LIMA ARRIVAL (D)

Welcome to Peru and its capital Lima, feel and discover all the beauties that this city will offer you!

Airport welcome by a View Peru host and private transfer to your hotel. Check-in at any of our suggested accommodations on our list. In the evening, dinner is included to sample the best of the famed Peruvian gastronomy, the perfect way to indulge in the City.

***Overnight stay in Lima

Day 2LIMA CITY TOUR & WATER FOUNTAIN SHOW (B, L)

Find Lima, the City of Kings called so due to the Catholic holiday of Three Kings Day, where the contrasts are very stark but with a lot of charm.

Today is about a half-day private city tour of the sprawling capital. Start with an exploration of the Historical Center, declared World Heritage in 1991. Visiting the heart of downtown at the Main Square, you’ll take an in-deep history of the Cathedral which stands out for its beautiful neoclassical and baroque facade. Moving on it’s the famous Museum & Catacombs in the San Francisco Convent, treasuring the remains of more than 25,000 people! Up next its a sightseeing in the residential areas of Miraflores and San Isidro where you will see Lima at its most modern side.

After a historical tour, the evening is to see one of the city highlights at Parque de la Reserva, the Magic Water Fountains, consisting of a show of more than 20 water fountains being laser-lighted in every color. Taking place almost every day, this ensures a fun end of the City.

***Overnight stay in Miraflores or San Isidro.

Day 3DRIVE TO PARACAS – BALLESTAS ISLANDS SEALIFE TOUR (B, D)

Discover Paracas National Reserve, consisting of desert, ocean, and islands; home to over 400 species of flora and fauna, including the Humboldt penguin, the Peruvian booby, sea lions, and with a landscape out of this world

The day starts with dawn with a 3-hour drive from Lima to Paracas, on the south side of the Peruvian Coast. The tour departs from the Tourist Dock along with the Guide and onboard a private boat. Set sail to Ballestas across the allowed portions of Paracas National Reserve with the backdrop of the Pacific Coastline and a display of the local fishing boats.

You’ll pass the famous Candelabro, a beautiful geoglyph carved into a sandhill, and just a few kilometers away admire the most charming sea life at the Reserve shores. This is the home and natural habitat of many marine birds such as seagulls and cormorants, including the adorable Humboldt Penguin. But the definite highlight has to be the Sealion, taking sunbaths at the rock rims like there’s no stress at all. End with a close-up sealife exploration before it’s time to be taken to your hotel in Paracas. Free afternoon to enjoy a walk by the beach, take in the sea views, or indulge in some spa treatments at your hotel.

***Dinner and accommodation are included in Paracas.

Day 4NAZCA LINES OVERFLIGHT – LIMA (B)

Now is the day of the enigmatic Nazca lines, collection of giant geoglyphs with 2,000-year-old, designs or motifs etched into the ground and depicting various plants, animals, and shapes, there are more than 800 straight lines on the coastal plain

After a relaxing morning and most convenient time, you will be transferred to Nazca and begin with today’s adventure. Taking off from Nazca Airport, the overflight takes place at the most remarkable and impressive Nazca Lines onboard a light plane, which includes the astronaut, the condor, the hands, the spider, the tree, and many other geometrical figures.

Even with the many theories about the creation and reason to be of these lines, the gigantic figures, engraved in the desert for about 2000 years, remain a mystery until now! Along with the exceptional views, you’ll have in-depth information and the undergoing studies. At the end of overflight, you’ll return to Lima in a comfortable and private vehicle to enjoy your last night in the City of Kings.

Optional: Opt to overly Nazca Lines from Paracas airport to save transfer time (extra fee)

Day 5FROM THE COAST TO THE SACRED VALLEY (L, D)

It is time to change course for new sensations. Let live new views and magic, cultures and histories. Cusco with such a lot of places and experiences

Morning transfer to Lima Airport. In Cusco, meet your private Guide for a ride out to the enchanting Sacred Valley, located just 1 hour ahead. This valley boasts of having one of the best climates for agriculture and some of the most dramatic landscapes ever.

Midway stop at Pisaq for a short visit to the town and its famous market. Next up, the drive continues to the astounding town and ruins of Ollantaytambo, the legendary place where Incas resisted the advance of the Spanish. You will take a look at several Inca houses and explore the archaeological site,  loaded with stone gates and terraces that overlook the Valley. Get some valuable insights from the expert Guide before heading down for lunch, served in town, and prepared out of locally grown ingredients. Continue to your hotel in the Sacred Valley, which is the perfect location to acclimatize. Have an optional evening dinner at your hotel or just relax with some restorative massages.

Day 6MACHU PICCHU – TRAIN TO CUSCO (B, L)

The day has come to find Machu Picchu, the world’s most iconic wonder. Discover the enigmatic of a place indescribable.  Meet the Inca history and its important meaning for the region

Nothing better than a hassle-free morning coffee at the Sacred Valley. Continue tripping to Ollantaytambo station. Onboard the Tourist-class or Vistadome train the journey to Machu Picchu will take around 1.4 hours. The arrival station of Aguas Calientes is the spot for thousands of visitors prior to Machu Picchu. Here, you’ll join our local guide for a ride to Machu Picchu gate, which is crossing a 30-min road. 

The tour at The Citadel is a complete feast to the eyes as it includes the main strong points such as the Observatory, the Condor Temple along with dramatic scenery. Now awarded as a Word top destination, each building, each detail has way more significance than ever. With the tour, you can opt to hike Huayna Picchu Mountain which grants you access to astounding views on top, or you can take the scenic hike towards Machu Picchu mountain. By the early afternoon, a buffet lunch will be served back in Aguas Calientes. Take the outbound train to Ollantaytambo or Cusco as you end today’s adventure. Private transfer to your hotel and evening at leisure.

***Overnight stay in Cusco

Day 7CUSCO WALKING & SIGHTSEEING TOUR (B, L, D)

Feel Cusco in all its splendor and magnetism, enjoy the streets with a popular space and drinks in the saying goodbye to such a special place

Meeting is at your hotel with the Guide. The first site on the list is the Main Square or Plaza de Armas, a must highlighted by its iconic Cathedral. You’ll walk through its interiors, which is an architectural miracle as it was built by stones taken all over the Inca temples! and adorned with frescoes and Saints sculptures dating back to the 16th century. 

With a prior stop at Regocijo Square and San Francisco, hiding a sad and heroic history underneath,  the tour continues to the famous San Pedro Market, designed for Gustave Eiffel himself, and named in honor of the same-named Saint. You’ll tour around every corner to see the wide variety of products ranging from fruits, local food to the rarest objects used for Pachamama offerings. And no tour of Cusco can be complete without exploring the spectacular Saqsayhuaman. Reached on foot via the San Cristobal lookout, you’ll take an exploration of its huge walls and esplanade. Take the rest of the afternoon for a free roam or to spend some time at any bar or restaurant to sample some dishes or Pisco.

Day 8HOP ON TOUR TO PUNO / OPTIONAL SCENIC TRAIN JOURNEY (B, L)

From the archaeology and history to the high plateau knowing other experiences

Early morning transfer to Cusco Station. Now leaving Cusco on board a Tourist Bus, today’s about a 10-hour guided journey to Puno. Visit Andahuaylillas Church to see the beautiful portrayal of Peruvian Baroque in the interior. Heading south you’ll wander around the adobe-made Inca ruins of Raqchi and the Pucara village, known for its popular clay bulls or “toritos”, a symbol of protection and prosperity. Don’t miss witnessing beautiful, wild llamas and alpacas in their natural habitat along the way. The bus will stop on La Raya, the highest point of the tour for unique views over the Altiplano. In Puno meet a View Peru host and transfer to the hotel for the evening.

Optional: The luxurious Andean Explorer train to Puno is a great alternative, featuring spacious wagons, you can enjoy the journey with added onboard accommodation (Enquire for more details)

Day 9TITICACA LAKE SAILING TOUR (B, L)

Let’s know the longest, the deepest, the most spectacular navigable lake in the Andes Mountains that join two Latin American countries

From Puno main Deck, let’s start with a private speed boat sailing the Lake, which is famous for being the highest navigable in the world. It is also said to be the place where the Inca Empire was first founded, according to the Legend. Our first stop is Uros, a beautiful archipelago consisting of more than 300 small Islands made out of Totora reed. 1 or 2 meters thick, each one takes its inhabitants up to 1 year to be completed!

The boat tour then leads us to Taquile Island,  for a unique display of traditional costumes and traditions. Here you’ll have lunch prepared by the locals and savor the products grown in the area. Follow an exploration of the Island and finish witnessing how skilled weavers are elaborating their beautiful ornaments and clothing. When the afternoon arrives, it is time to return back to the port and transfer to your hotel. 

***Overnight stay in Puno

Day 10COPACABANA, ISLA DEL SOL – DRIVE TO BOLIVIA (B)

Discovering new lands crossing the deepest lake and entering a new country with also so many beautiful sites and new experiences

Today you will cross the frontier borders between Peru and Bolivia via the Copacabana route, a town lying at the shores of Titicaca Lake on the Bolivian side. Making your way to our next destination, the altiplano plateau raises on a beautiful landscape. In Copacabana, you will have a visit to its famous church that holds the same name, and it’s also the shelter of a miraculous virgin, receiving many Catholic pilgrims all year. Up next, you’ll move to Yampupata to sail on a private boat towards the enchanting Sun Island where the first Inca Manco Capac is said to be born. The island is known for the Titi Qala and Q’asa Pata ruins, and even a beach! 

From Copacabana, the trip continues traveling for another 3 hours across the Altiplano road to La Paz City.

***Overnight stay in La Paz

Day 11LA PAZ CITY EXPLORATION (B)

Shades, history, and traditions with plenty of facts, with witches’ market, and many more characteristics led it to be named one of the 7 Wonderful Cities of the World

After breakfast, it’s time to visit La Paz’s bustling city. The visit will take you to the famous “Mercado de las Brujas” or Witch Market, a place to track down countless products, artifacts, ointments, and remedies, used by the local shamans in the practice of their ceremonies.

Continue with Plaza Murillo at the center of the city. Pass by The Cathedral, Government Palace, the National Congress, and follow a stroll along the streets filled up with colonial-style buildings and museums. Heading east, make a transition into modern La Paz to see the residential district of Obrajes, Calacoto, and La Florida. And to finish, you’ll explore the Moon Valley, consisting of rock monoliths carved by wind erosion for over centuries. Named by the famous Neil Armstrong, these rocks give the area a sensational look. Take in the hights of La Paz retuning via the panoramic Cable Cars. Free afternoon.

***Overnight stay in La Paz

Day 12TO UYUNI SALT FLATS (B, L, D)

This special day will take you to enter to one of the most extreme and remarkable vistas in all of South America, if not Earth

Travel by plane from La Paz to Uyuni town. The Uyuni Salt Flats are worldwide famous since they are the biggest on earth. Covering an area of more than 11,000 kilometers, you can even put a small country here! First up is the nearby Train Cemetery, abandoned in the late 1940s after the mining collapse. Drive continues to Colchani, for shopping crafted products and Uyuni merchandising. Heading up to the Salt Flats, you’ll visit its north side to watch the spectacular Tunupa Volcano, home to mummies that lay at the skirts.

From here, take the uphill walk to reach the first lookout to marvel at the panoramic and endless Salt Lake and Volcano. At Coquesa village you’ll visit a museum home to stone animals called Chantanis. The rest of the day is to capture endless fun pictures and watch the sunset on a surreal spectacle over the Flats. Transfer to your accommodation for the night. ***Overnight in Coquesa

Day 13COQUESA – TOUR OF UYUNI (B, L)

Live and enjoy the most fascinating views on the planet, with very bright and star-filled nights

After an early wake, watch the sunrise over the whitening Salt Flats as you warm up with breakfast. You will visit the salt pyramids and the well-known first salt hotel. Then set out on a drive right to the middle of the Flats to see the famous Incawasi Island that hosts the gigantic Cacti, and where you’ll take a 45-min hike to the summit for priceless views over the flats. Although this tour is designed for the dry season, the display in the rainy season is totally worth it, as the overflooded flats reflect the sky as a mirror. You can take part in the popular night walks for mind-blowing stargazing on the south constellations only seen from this part of the planet.

Afternoon return to Uyuni, and private transfer to flight back to La Paz. Once there a View Peru host will take you to your hotel. To achieve this itinerary, we recommend taking the Amaszonas flight 309 back to La Paz. Consult our specialist for an airfare quote.

***Overnight stay in La Paz

Day 14FLIGHT TO LA PAZ - FAREWELL (B)

Farewell and great memories of a memorable trip that that will leave you with a desire to repeat your experience very soon

Private transfer from La Paz to El Alto Airport for a flight back home or next destination.

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FAQ

I'm a solo traveller, is there a single supplement?

If you want to travel alone, that is possible! You will have a private room just for you, and the exclusive and private tour just for you. The price will be designed based on a single room.

Which currency is most widely accepted on this tour?

– Peruvian Currency – Sol – PEN
– Currency of the United States of North America – Dollar – USD
– Credit Cards – In some stores or businesses accept cards during the purchase.

Should I book pre tour accommodation?

Our programs already include hotel accommodation and with prices according to the hotel category. However, if you wish to book the hotel on your own, you must do so well in advance and send us the details of your hotels. Hotels should be considered within the historic center of a certain destination to visit.

What is cancellation policy?

Our executives in charge, will be able to inform you with many details about our reservation and cancellation policies, please do not hesitate to write us or contact us by phone.