Inca Panorama with Inca Trail Trek

11 Day Guided Tour from Lima to Cusco with Contiki

Book online and enjoy exclusive savings on Contiki's 11 Day Inca Panorama with Inca Trail Trek. Walk in the footsteps of the Incas & live it up on this 11 day adventure. Experience the Colca Canyon, see the King of the Andes at Condor Cross & get up close to the locals & their unique way of life on Lake Titicaca's floating...read more

     
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Guided Tour Starts In
Starts In
Lima
Guided Tour Ends In
Ends In
Cusco
Accomodation
Accomodation
2.5 - 3.5 Star
30
Max Group Size
30
Guided Tour
Trip Style
Guided Tour
18 - 30's
Trip Style
18 - 30's
Leisurely / Moderate
Trip Pace
Leisurely / Moderate
Countries Explored:
Peru
Trip Operated By:
Contiki
Contiki
30 Reviews
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Trip Code:
LICUT

Itinerary

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1 Arrive Lima
Hola! Welcome to Lima and the start of an awesome South American adventure. On arrival into the city, check-in with your Trip Manager, then spend the day exploring the city with your fellow travellers on our included city tour. Made up of 43 different districts, almost all with their own flare and vibe, Lima is a bustling metropolis. The opulence of the Spanish colonial era is visible everywhere in the city, from the detailed wood-work of the historic centre's balconies, doors and architecture to the lavishly decorated churches. We'll explore the Basillica Cathedral for a glimpse of the city's former glory or, for something different you could head to the Iglesia de San Francisco (Church of San Francisco) and take a look at its famous catacombs. As the city's first cemetery, these underground tunnels (catacombs) contain the bones of over 70,000 people, many of which are set in cool geometric patterns. Then we make tracks to the Barranco district- its bohemian energy will make you feel right at home. Wander past the beautiful colonial mansions of the neighborhood, many of them recently restored. Take a walk on the beachside boardwalk, cross the Bridge of Sighs or just sit in one of the cafés that overlooks the ocean and spend the afternoon relaxing with a Pisco Sour, Peru's national drink. Later we'll check out the city's more modern aspects. If shopping, gourmet restaurants, great cafes and bars are what you're after, this is the perfect spot. Tonight we head back to the hotel for a rest then we are off to our included dinner and show. Looking to check out Lima by night? There are loads of places to head to. From chilled-out lounges, to bars with live music, or dance clubs that run late into the night, just let your Trip Manager know what you feel like and they'll give you some tips on where to head.
2 Lima To Arequipa
This morning it's an early start as we fly to Peru's second largest city, the “White City” of Arequipa, or La Ciudad Blanca. Lying in the shadow of three volcanoes, including the perfectly-symmetrical El Misti, the city was built using white volcanic rock called Sillar which gives the city its name. Upon arrival, get your bearings on an orientation tour of the city. After we arrive at the hotel, there's time to freshen up before free time for lunch. With many great restaurants and cafés, there are loads of places to indulge in some great local food. Arequipa is one of Peru's main dairy regions and chocolate is a must-have whilst you're here. The La Iberica factory and shop produces and sells some of the country's finest chocolate, so keep your eyes peeled. This afternoon, we'll delve into the city's history for an-in depth look into its past with a walking tour. A city within the city - the nuns, often wealthy young Peruvians, once lived in silence and were not allowed to leave the premises. Today, it is still a working monastery, with most of the premises open to the public. From here we walk through our first UNESCO World Heritage site on the trip and one of the country's most beautiful plazas - the Plaza de Armas. The hub of urban city life here, it's filled with palm trees and flanked by a 17th century Cathedral. Tonight you'll really get to know your tour buddies over dinner at one of the city's great restaurants. You'll have the choice of some of Peru's famous cuisine like Recoto Relleno (stuffed hot peppers) or Chupe de Camerones (crayfish chowder). Later, take it up a notch - you can visit the bars on the Plaza de Armas and take in the beauty of the illuminated square and cathedral while savoring a Pisco Sour.
3 Arequipa To Colca Canyon
This morning, we travel to one of the world's deepest canyons - Colca Canyon. We'll drive through through Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reserve where the elusive Vicuña, the smallest of the South American camelid family roams wild. We'll stop for a break at “the crossroads” where the routes to Colca Canyon and Puno separate. We'll enjoy a steaming cup of coca tea at a local shop and awesome views of the windswept landscapes of the sandstone cliffs found here. We'll continue on to the highest point of our entire journey which at 4910 metres/16,108ft above sea level is the same height as Mont Blanc, Europe's highest peak. Stop for some pics at the top, before our descent into Chivay, one of the largest towns in the Colca Valley and capital of the Caylloma province in the Arequipa region. Later on, spend your evening hanging with the group. Cards and board games or drinks and conversation by the hotel's enormous fireplace are a must.
4 Colca Canyon To Puno
We'll set out early this morning and head to Cruz del Condor, a platform 3800m above sea level for a chance to spot the King of the Andes, the Andean Condor. With a wingspan of up to 3 metres/10 feet, this regal bird uses the warm air currents to float effortlessly through the canyon searching for food. It's a pretty incredible sight, so keep your camera ready in case they buzz close overhead. We'll return to Chivay for lunch via the small, picturesque villages that dot the road along the way. We'll also stop for a visit the beautiful colonial church of Yanque which helps to illustrate the history of the area. In the afternoon, we travel through Peru's altiplano (high plain) to Puno on the edge of Lake Titicaca. Located on the shores of Lake Titicaca, Puno is the gateway to the surrounding islands and unique cultures. On arrival, we'll check-in to our hotel where you can freshen up or chill out before heading out to find a local spot for dinner. Enjoy a night of drinking and dancing at one of the bars on the main pedestrian street but be careful, you might have to catch your breath as dancing at over 3657metres/12 000 ft above sea level is a challenge!
5 Puno
This morning, it's time to check out the area from a different angle! First up, we'll make our way to the town's port by a classic means of transport, the triciclo or three-wheeled bike taxi. We'll then jump on board our boat for a two and a half hour trip across Lake Titicaca to Taquile Island. The boat trip is the perfect way to chill as you learn about the history, culture and ecology of the lake and its communities while taking in the views of the distant Cordillera Blanca (the White Mountain range) located on the Bolivian side of the lake. Although there are many travellers that come to this area every year, Taquile still remains one of the most culturally intact communities in Peru. From the quality of their famous weaving and the use of their woollen hats, to the terracing and traditional means of government, the people of Taquile Island continue to live in a manner not far off from that of their ancestors, the Incas. On arrival at the island, there's the opportunity to visit some weaving groups and to savor a tasty local meal before jumping back on the boat for our cruise to our next stop - the famous floating Uros Islands. Uros Islands are fascinating to visit and you'll love experiencing the entrepreneurial spirit of the locals here. You'll get a glimpse at the local lifestyle as you visit small fish farms, a natural history museum, a local's home and check out the variety of wares for sale by the women of the community, including local textiles and mini totora reed boats. You can opt to take a ride on one of the larger reed boats which were formally the only means of transportation that the islanders had.
6 Puno To Cusco
Our first stop outside of Puno is the village of Pukara, named after a pre-Inca civilization. We'll visit a small museum where you'll see the Pukara archeological site (500bc-200ad). The village is locally renowned for artistic ceramic bulls which are symbols of protection and prosperity and if you take a look above, you'll see them on the roofs of houses throughout the highlands. Take one home for yourself when we visit a local ceramics shop. Next up is La Raya, the highest point of our journey, marking the border between the regions of Puno and Cusco. Surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Andes we'll stop to stretch our legs and take in the stunning beauty of the Peruvian altiplano (the widest point of the Andes). We will continue on to town of Sicuani for a lunch stop before reaching Raqchi. Raqchi was an important ceremonial site for the Inca's and is famous for being the home to the only remaining two-storey Inca walls. It also possesses one of the largest single structures of the ancient Incan empire, the Temple of Wiracocha. You will have the opportunity for an up-close visit to the site before completing the final stretch of today's journey to the hub of ancient Incan culture, Cusco. Tonight the evening is free to check out the sights, smells and sounds of Cusco. There are loads of places in town to try out some local cuisine, or maybe try some delicious street food and head out for a taste of how to party, Cusco-style.
7 Cusco
Another day, another incredible Latin American destination to uncover; today it's sun up 'til sun down in Cusco. Shop for artisan jewellery and woodworks, roam the cobble-stone streets or just stroll the Plaza de Armas, eating cacao buds and sipping on coca leaf tea. Today you're in control of your adventures... except for dinner with the crew tonight, on us. Bolivia is on the horizon tomorrow".
8 Cusco To Sacred Valley
Say farewell to Cusco this morning as we make our way to the Sacred Valley of the ancient Incas. The Sacred Valley was the heart of the Inca's agricultural setting and an important ceremonial region, with the sacred sites of Cuzco at one end and Machu Picchu at the other and countless ceremonial sites in between. Our first stop is to one of these sites, Pisac. On our guided tour we will see two of the most important aspects of the Inca culture - terracing - a farming technique created by the Inca's and their religion. We'll take a walk before descending in the village below for a quick visit to the market. This will be great practice for those who have chosen the one-day hike to Machu Picchu tomorrow. Don't miss the town's huge wood-oven bakery! After a stop for lunch in Urubamba we'll make our way to one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns of South America - Ollantaytambo. On our way, we can see the 'salineras' or salt mines of the area from a distance. For hundreds of years these pools, constructed by the Inca's, have provided salt to the surrounding communities. We'll also make a quick stop to try the local brew “Chicha de Jora” (traditional beverage made from fermented maize) and play a traditional Peruvia game of “Sapo” (Frog) if you're up for it. We soon arrive to the town and archaeological site of the same name, Ollantaytambo, the last fully-functioning Inca town. We'll wander around the site or visit the still inhabited Inca buildings before checking into the hotel.
9 Trek The Inca Trail
In the footsteps of the Incas on the Trail to our highlight Machu Picchu! Take a train to Km 104 & trek amongst the cloud forest to the Sun Gate & Guardian House where your hard work is rewarded with incredible views of this magnificent ancient site before returning to Aguas Calientes.
10 Machu Picchu To Cusco
Wake up early and enter Machu Picchu for sunrise. Learn more about Machu Picchu on a tour, then explore before returning to base.
11 Depart Cusco
Don't forget to swap addresses with your mates and Tour Manager, as our South American adventure ends this morning after breakfast.
1 Lima
A new day, a new country – let's do this! Steeped in Spanish colonialism yet buzzing with modern metro vibes, Lima is sure to ignite your love for Peru. Spend your morning marvelling at lavishly decorated churches and an underground tunnel cemetery overflowing with bones or catacombs, then hit the Barranco district this afternoon to get a feel for its bohemian ambiance. A stroll over the Bridge of Sighs is also a must. And of course no trip to Lima is complete without devouring at least one portion of ceviche – it's a pretty massive deal in the city. Round off the day watching the sun set over the Pacific, most likely with a pisco sour in hand… (D) Stay: Hotel San Antonio Abad Lima (or similar)
2 Lima to Arequipa
The skies are calling this morning as we board our included flight bound for the ‘White City' of Arequipa, Peru's second largest city which lies in the shadow of three majestic volcanoes. The town of Arequipa, or La Ciudad Blanca, is both culturally and aesthetically astounding. A city tour will gets us orientated, taking in highlights including the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Plaza de Armas, then this evening is all about something we reckon you're going to love…food. Racoto Relleno (stuffed hot peppers) and Chupe de Camarones (crayfish chowder) are both on the menu, and after a busy day exploring this ancient city, we'll sure be deserving of a feast. (B) Stay: Hotel La Casa de Mi Abuela(or similar)
3 Arequipa to Colca Canyon
Are you ready for another nature masterclass? Waving farewell to Arequipa this morning, we'll pass through Salinas and Aguada Blanco national reserve on route to one of the world's deepest canyons. After a journey of windswept landscapes, sandstone cliff & stops for hot coca tea, we will arrive at the highest point of our entire journey, which at 4910 metres/16,108ft above sea level is the same height as Mont Blanc, Europe's highest peak. Those jaws will be on the floor as you catch a first glimpse of this epic natural masterpiece. Can you feel the tingles already? (B/D/L) Stay: Hotel Granada Colca (or similar)
4 Colca Canyon to Puno
This morning promises to be pretty mega as we hop out of bed in search for the King of the Andes, otherwise known as the Andean Condor, which boasts a mega 3-metre wingspan. Fingers crossed luck is on our side – some days we may spot 10 condors, other days none – but that's the fun of Mother Nature. Either way, the majestic view of the Colca Canyon never ceases to impress, and we know you'll leave feeling like you've witnessed something truly special. Back on the road, we'll roll past quaint villages, stop for lunch in Chivay, then head on to the high plains of Peru. Yet more natural beauty will be dished up this afternoon as we pull in to Puno, located on the shores of Lake Titicaca. Spend the evening settling in to our cosy hotel, our head into town for some dance floor action but a word of warning – Puno sits at an altitude of 3657 metres, so go easy on the piscos and the energetic dancefloor moves as the altitude could leave you feeling more breathless than normal. Tomorrow promises to be one to remember as we take to the lake for a taste of ancient Peruvian life… (B) Stay: Hotel Casona Plaza (or similar)
5 Puno
Ready to explore this area in all its multi-coloured glory? We thought so. Jumping in a triciclo (a three-wheeled bike taxi) we'll bump our way down to the port and get our first taste of life on the Lake (fun fact – Lake Titicaca is South America's largest freshwater lake). Our boat ride will take us first to Taquile Island, which to this day remains one of the most culturally intact communities in the whole of Peru, and it's here you'll meet local weaving groups and stop for lunch. After exploring, we'll then jump back on the boat and make for the Uros Islands, or as they're more commonly called, the floating islands. Stepping off the boat you'll feel like you're walking on a water bed – unsurprising given the islands are made entirely from reeds. Here, we'll hang with locals, visit a fish farm and even explore the local museum (yes, on an island made from reeds). The island community survives by selling textiles and totora reed boats to tourists, so after stocking up on one-off souvenirs, it's back on the boat as we head home for the night to Puno. (B)
6 Puno to Cusco via Raqchi
Heading out of Puno this morning we'll make our way to Pukara to visit a small museum offering up archaeological findings and Peru's iconic ceramic bulls. Hitting the road again we'll journey through the snow-capped surrounds of La Raya, stopping for lunch in the town of Sicuani. Eagle eyes, this is llama country, so have those cameras at the ready. Ancient Incan culture suggest that the Raqchi ruins are sacred for their powerful healing waters. Your entry tickets on us, and our local guide will paint the full picture as we explore the ruins. The Temple of Wiracocha is the pride of the site, and we'll learn that the ruins were built as a village defence. History lesson complete we'll head on to Cusco, the next stop of our adventure. Finally, we'll make our to Cusco, where we'll dive deep into this richly historic city with a locally guided city tour. In the evening we recommend opting in to a delicious, interactive Peruvian feast, for a true taste of the local culture. (B) Stay: Hotel Munay Wasi Inn (or similar)
7 Cusco to Sacred Valley
Heading out of Cusco and bound for the Sacred Valley on our private coach, this is where our journey into the ruins and mystique of this land truly begins. But first, llamas. An iconic symbol of Peru, we'll be stopping off at a llama farm to show some love to these furry favourites up close, and we're talking the whole humpback family – llamas, vicuna and alpacas. #llamaselfie achieved, we'll then stop off to witness the ancient Incan art of weaving in practise by a group of talented local artisans. Throughout the journey, play close attention to your surrounds – there's the chance to spot the Incan farming technique of terracing, as well as the ‘salineras' (salt mines). Want to know what the Peruvians do for fun? You'll get the chance to play the traditional game of “Sapo”, and exactly what that entails we'll leave to the imagination… Our explorations of the Sacred Valley will begin with a guided tour of the Pisac and Ollantaytambo ruins. Our Local Guide will give you the d-l on both, visiting the circular terraced Pisac ruins first which date back to the 1400's. Moving on to Ollantaytambo, base camp for those taking the trek tomorrow, we'll appease dry mouths with some homemade Chica de Jora brew. This tiny town may be small in geographical terms, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in attitude, with artisan shops and cafes spilling out onto streets, and the roaring Urubamba river providing the perfect natural background noise. For those embarking on the Inca trail tomorrow this is your final chance to stock up on last minute essentials (socks, socks and more socks). For all others, spend your time soaking in the vibes, hanging with other travellers and just getting a feel for this iconic little town. (B) Stay: Sol Natura Hotel Ollantaytambo (or similar)
8 Inca Trail Trek
For those embarking on our epic 1 day trek, we'll catch the train to KM104 and the start of a day to remember. With just 3.5 hours on foot and 6-kilometres to cover, the enchanting site that awaits us will make it all worthwhile. Descending into the site we'll take in Wayana Picchu 'Little peak' – the iconic peak you'll have seen in every picture ever – marvelling at the incredible handiwork of the ancient Incas. Satisfaction levels at an all-time high and with a big ol' smile on your tired face, we'll head back to Aguas Calientes and a squishy hotel bed you couldn't be more deserving of. (B/L) Stay: Inka Tower Machupicchu Hotel (or similar)
9 Machu Picchu to Cusco
Excitement levels at an all-time high, the day we've all been waiting for is finally here – it's Machu Picchu time! Built around 1450 at the height of the Incan Empire, Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the seven wonders of the new world. We'll be treated to a guided tour of the site taking in such wonders as the Temple of the Three Windows and Wayana Picchu (the peak you'll of seen in every Machu Picchu image ever), and of course you'll have some alone time to explore the area as only you can do. This is one big old tick off the life goals list, so enjoy every single second of it. Back on the train we'll de-brief on our once-in-a-lifetime experience as we head back to Cusco. Last time round was all about getting acquainted with the city, so now you've got you're bearings you can really get lost amongst the market stalls and cobbled streets, maybe even going truly local by trying out a serving of cuy. (B) Stay: Hotel Hatun Samay (or similar)
10 Cusco
We're heading back to Cusco, and as you know the city so well by now, the whole day is yours to explore. Walk the gilded cathedrals, explore some Incan temples or get some fine alpaca knits to take home with you. (B/D)
11 Depart Cusco
Having bonded deeply over the moving spiritual quest time to say our goodbyes. We'll share one last breakfast together before going our separate ways and continuing on to our next adventure - armed with incredible memories that will stay with us for a lifetime. (B)

Contiki Inclusions

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Sightseeing Highlights
  • See the Historic Centre, Barranco & Miraflores
  • See wild Vicuña
  • See El Misti, Chachani & Pichu Pichu volcanoes
  • Visit the Salinas & Aguada Blanca National Reserve
  • See the massive Colca Canyon
  • Visit Cruz del Condor
  • Visit Yanque
  • Island boat trip on Lake Titicaca
  • Ride on a triciclo!
  • Visit Taquile & Uros island communities
  • Visit Pukara, La Raya & Sicuani
  • Entry to the Temple of Wiracocha
  • City walking tour
  • Entry into the Sacred Valley & a guided tour of the ancient ruins of Pisac & Ollantaytambo
  • Try some local Chicha de Jora
  • Train ride to the 104km point
  • Tour Machu Picchu with our local guide
Accommodation
  • 10 nights accommodation: 10 nights twin-share hotels
  • 1 flight & transfers
  • Transport in a private air-conditioned coach, mini-coach or van
  • Sightseeing tours of all major areas
  • Local taxes & service charges
Included Meals
  • 15 meals: 10 breakfasts, 2 lunch & 3 dinners
Your Tour Guides
  • An experienced & professional Trip Manager
  • English speaking local guides
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included
Journey Highlights
  • Lima city tour
  • Visit Cruz del Condor
  • Visit Maca
  • Ride on a triciclo
  • Visit Uros Islands of Lake Titicaca
  • Visit Pukara La Raya and Sicuani
  • Visit Llama Farm
  • Entry into Machu Picchu Sanctuary
Included Meals
  • You can expect to refuel with hearty breakfasts, lively lunches and delicious dinners from us but we'll also give you the opportunity to sample some of the best local cuisine. You'll taste it all - from simple street eats to gourmet fare.
Accommodation
  • We always provide comfortable accommodation in a relaxed atmosphere - think comfy hotels, canyon lodges and bright communal areas for you and your new squad to relax and socialise.
Your Tour Guides
  • A highly trained Trip Manager who brings your adventure to life. An expert driver who knows foreign roads better than Google Maps. Local Guides who make tourist traps a thing of the past. This is your team. Smart, friendly, fun, and integral to everything we do.
Trip Notes
  • Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included

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