Condor Routes in Peru

CONDOR ROUTES IN PERU.

Explore the Southern Peruvian highlands, discovering magnificent places. Visit the Colca Canyon, one of the deepest Canyons of the world. Travel through the altiplano till the land of the Aymara and Quechua people, natives that have lived for centuries at the shore of "The Lake Titicaca". Take a boat tour on the blue waters of the Titicaca and visit places where natives still keep their culture alive. Finally travel to the navel of the world, "Cusco", and discover the great legacy left behind by one of the greates cultures of America, " The Inca Culture". Visit amazing temples and Inca palaces on the the Inca Trail. Visit the great Sanctuary of Machu Pichu, a marvelous citadel located in the middle of a tropical mountain forest, in an extraordinarily beautiful setting.



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CONDOR ROUTES

Program: 17 Days / 16 Nights

Day 1º: Arrive in Lima

Upon your arrival in Lima, a representative from our Travel Agency will meet you at Lima's airport. Afterwards you will be transferred to the hotel at the residential zone of Miraflores. Overnight at the Hotel La Castellana ** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Pick up from the airport in Lima and transfer to the hotel.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel La Castellana ** or similar (Double or Matrimonial Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Meals, extras & gratuities.

Day 2º: Flight to Arequipa - City Tour of the White City

Early flight to Arequipa. At the designated time you will be picked up from your hotel in Lima by our representative and then transferred to the airport, where you will take the plane towards the city of Arequipa. Upon your arrival in Arequipa, you will be met by our local representative at the airport and then transferred to your hotel.
In the afternoon, you will be picked up by our local guide and then will visit the best attractions of Arequipa. Our city tour includes the visit to the magnificent Santa Catalina Monastery, the most remarkable sight in Arequipa, with numerous passageways and intricate architecture. Later on we will tour around its Plaza de Armas, one of the most beautiful of Peru, beautifully laid-out with palm trees and gardens, surrounded by arcaded buildings in colonial style, including the gorgeous Cathedral. Finally we will visit the Mirador of Yanahuara, a nice lookout point from where it is possible to observe the whole city of Arequipa, with the Misti Volcano at the background. Overnight at the Hostel La Casa de Melgar *** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet.
  • Pick up from the hotel in Lima and transfer to the airport Lima.
  • Flight tickets from Lima to Arequipa.
  • Pick up from the airport in Arequipa and transfer to the hotel.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel La Casa de Melgar *** or similar (Double Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Extras & Gratuities.

Day 3º: Colca Canyon Excursion.

08:00 hrs. You will be collected from your hotel by our local guide/representative. Afterwards we will board a small bus and then will drive northwest following a paved road towards the "Colca Canyon". Before leaving Arequipa, we will stop at a small shop where you may purchase some chocolates, candies and coca leaves (very helpful for altitude sickness). Later on we will continue till Pampas Cañahuas (3500 masl ), a National Reserve where visitors may spot some Vicuñas & Alpacas. Unlike the Alpacas, Vicuñas are wild animals, and still can be seen running freely on these high plateaus. We will stop at this national park and our local guide will provide information about these shy Andean camels. Then we continue our journey to the Colca Canyon, little further up we will stop again at the little restaurant of Viscachani, where you can enjoy a stunning scenery and also drink a typical coca tea. Afterwards we will continue ascending a dirt road till we reach the highest point of our trip, "The Lookout Point of the Andes (4800 masl). At the very top, we will get off of the bus some minutes to observe the volcanoes Ubinas, Mismi, Misti, Chachani, Sabancaya (active) and Ampato.
Later on we will drive down hill to the main village of the Colca Canyon, the Village of Chivay (3600 m). In this town we will have lunch in one typical Andean restaurant, where visitors may enjoy their meals accompanied by Andean musicians. After lunch you will be transferred to our lodge located in a little village at edge of the Canyon.
Late, in the afternoon, you may walk around the village and get to know better the rural life in this corner of Peru. By the afternoon we will go to relax to the hot springs of the Colca Valley (35°), a nice pool outdoors surrounded by huge mountains. After sunset, we will return to our lodge where we will enjoy a good dinner buffet. Overnight at the Collahua Lodge or similar in the village of Yanque.

What is included on this day?

  • Pick up from your hotel in Arequipa.
  • Tourist transportation for the Colca Canyon tour.
  • All fees included + Meals (lunch & dinner).
  • Accommodation at the Lodge Pozo del Cielo *** or similar (1 Matrimonial or Double standard room)

What is not included?

  • Extras & Gratuities.

Day 4º: Cruz del Condor - Bus ride to the city of Puno.

In order to see the mighty Condor, you will be woken up at 05:00 hrs, breakfast will be served at 05:30 hrs, and by 06:00 hrs we get on the bus to leave towards the "Cruz del Condor", a natural lookout point where you can see the flight of the Condors (we won't return to the lodgel, which means you must bring all your staff along with you on the bus). On the road we will have the best view of the Colca Valley, as we drive along the edge of the Canyon, seeing on route ancient terraces still in use by the local farmers, who grow mainly varieties of corn and potato. we will make some stops for photos, and our local guide will give us a good insight into the Colca Canyon history. Here you will stumble upon a great rock, where ancient architectures carved the terraces, testing (perhaps) which parts of the Canyon were suitable for cultivation. This is a good place also to see the "Colca River" and hanging pre-Inca tombs. Eventually we will reach Cruz del Condor, where we will spend an hour or so, observing the beautiful flight of the Condors as well as the depth of the Canyon. (be careful and only walk on signed trails if you intent to go for a walk on your own). After approximately one hour and a half, we will return to Chivay, passing typical towns along the way. Later on we will have lunch at the community of Chivay and eventually will leave to the city of Puno on a tourist bus. The bus to Puno leaves at 13:30 hrs, and the road offers great natural sceneries. Along this paved road we will drive throughout small towns, as well as a beautiful lagoon called Lagunillas, where trout farms can be seen, and if you are lucky you might also see Andean Flamingoes and many others Andean birds. The bus trip to Puno takes about 5 hours. Puno is one of Peru's most tourist destinations and one of the most interesting spots in South America due to their religious feasts and wonderful history. This Andean city lies at the shore of the Lake Titicaca (3,855 m), the world's highest navigable lake. According to legend, from its waters emerged Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, the mythical founders of the Inca Empire. Puno is a major folklore center and a great place to buy handicrafts, particularly those amazingly fine Alpaca jumpers, hats and gloves. It also boast a rich tradition of music and dance and it is a good place to enjoy a number of Andean festivals, some wild, some solemn. Upon arrival in Puno, transfer to the hostel. Afternoon free for you to explore Puno. Overnight at the Hostel Pukara ** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet at the lodge.
  • Visit to the Cruz del Condor lookout point.
  • Lunch buffet at the little village of Chivay.
  • Bus tickets from Chivay to the City of Puno. Tourist Bus service.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel Pukara ** or similar (1 Matrimonial or Double standard room).

What is not included?

  • Dinner, extras & gratuities.

Day 5º: Lake Titicaca - Homestay on Amantani Island.

07:00 hrs. You will be picked up from your hotel by our local guide and then transferred to the harbor. We start our boat excursion of Lake Titicaca by visiting "The Uros Floating Islands", a small community that has lived on these reed Islands for decades. Centuries ago the small indigenous Uros tribe conceived in the islands as a way to isolate and protect themselves from rival tribes, the Collas and the Incas. The Uros people harvested the reeds in the shallows of the lake, bundled them together tightly and built floating island platforms complete with reed houses and canoes, creating in this way their own little world. After strolling around the floating Islands, we continue our journey towards the "Amantani Island", the biggest island on the Lake Titicaca. Upon your arrival, a group of native families will welcome you at the harbor, and afterwards the guide will introduce you the family in charge in providing you lodging . The group is split in couples, so each couple goes with one family.
In the afternoon we will do a short trek to the highest point of a mountain called by locals Pachamama. There are stunning views of the Lake from this lookout point and visitors can enjoy an amazing sunset. Soon after nightfall, we descend to the main plaza and meet our local families, then we go to their houses for dinner. At dinner you will be invited to go to the little kitchen (mind the head when entering, their doorways are very small), a warm place where they cook usually with primitive stoves made of clay.
By night, visitors are invited to a particular party. Our local families will provide traditional clothing to attend this nice meeting. At the house, men are given ponchos and wooly hats, the hats are hand-made by the families, with unique styles, so that they can recognize you in the hall. Women are given colorful skirts, blouses and veils. The party takes place at the main folklore saloon and it is accompanied by one of the local orchestras. Overnight at a family house.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet at the hostel.
  • Pick up from the hotel and transfer to the harbor.
  • Boat transportation for the Lake Titicaca excursion.
  • Meals. (Lunch & dinner – very basic food is provided by the islanders. It is advisable to bring some snacks along).
  • Accommodation at the local family house on the Amantani Island.

What is not included?

  • Extras & gratuities

Day 6°: Taquile Island - Return to Puno.

08:00 hrs. After breakfast, we will have to say goodbye to our local family and go down to the harbor to meet the rest of the group. Afterwards we will sail towards "Taquile Island" (1 hour aprox.), a traditional Quechua speaking community, full of ancient agricultural terraces. The Taquile population was relatively isolated from the mainland until 1950s, and the notion of the community and family is still very strong among them. The weaving tradition of the Taquile Island goes back to early civilizations, thus keeps elements from pre-Inca Andean cultures alive in the present. All weaving is done on pre-Inca fixed and pedal looms. The most characteristic garments are the so-called "Chullo", a knitted hat with an earflap, and "The Calendar Waistband", depicting the annual cycles connected to ritual and agricultural activities.
When visitors reach the island, they will have to walk up along a narrow path, enjoying on the way impressive views of the Lake Titicaca and also see gorgeous little houses inhabited by the direct decedents of the Inca Culture.
At the top, you will have free time to walk around its main plaza on your own and afterwards you will have to meet the group for lunch at one local restaurant.
After lunch, we will descent to the harbor to take our boat back to Puno. The path back to the harbor is very especial as offer stunning views of the lake. We will be arriving in Puno by 17:00 hrs. approximately. Overnight at the Hostel Pukara ** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast.
  • Visit to the Taquile Island.
  • Lunch on Taquile.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel Pukara ** or similar (1 Double Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Extras & gratuities.

Day 7º: Tourist Bus ride to Cusco.

07:00 hrs. After breakfast, transfer to the bus station to take the local bus to the City of Cusco. On this occasion Mystery Peru offers you a pleasant journey to Cusco, instead of taking the local bus and travel for 7 hours, without a chance of stretching your legs and enjoy this part of Peru, We offer our customers a especial bus service that stops along the way, showing you the highlights of this road with a English speaking guide on board. We will stop first at the Community of Pukara, where you will visit with a local guide the Pukara Museum, an interesting place that houses ancient monolith and human remains from the Pukara culture. Afterwards we will continue our journey throughout the Andean plateau till we reach the highest point on this route, a freezing place called "La Raya" , surrounded by huge snow-capped mountains at 4335 meters high. At this point we will get off the bus for pictures and also, if you wish, to purchase some hand-made products of Alpaca or Vicuña wool, in one of the little shops nearby.
Afterwards we will descend towards the picturesque "village of Sicuani", where we will enjoy a good buffet, which is served mainly with native products of this region. Here you for sure will enjoy a real Andean lunch. (included).
Later on, we will continue our tour at the famous "Inca Temple of Racchi", here our local guide will show us the most important sectors of Racchi and will explain about the Inca Empire. Racchi is the only Inca place where visitors can see circular constructions, and walls built with mud bricks, something you won't see anywhere else on your trip.
Our trip continues in the traditional town of "Andahuaylillas", where we will visit a impressive church built in the colonial era.
Eventually we arrive in Cusco and at the bus station you will be picked up by a representative of Mystery Peru. Rest of the afternoon free. Overnight at the Hostel Tikawasi *** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet.
  • Pick up from your hotel and transfer to the bus station.
  • Bus tickets on a tourist bus to the city of Cusco.
  • Visit to the attraction located on route.
  • Lunch buffet at the little village of Sicuani.
  • Pick up form the bus station in Cusco and transfer to the hotel.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel Tikawasi ** (1 double standard room).

What is not included?

  • Extras & Gratuities

Day 8º: Cusco City Tour.

The morning is free for you to explore the great Inca Capital of "Cusco". This gorgeous city lies at the head of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, at the heart of the Andes. In Inca times Cusco was a Holy City, a place of pilgrimage, a sacred place the Incas themselves believed was "The Navel of World", thus its real name "Qosqo". Nowadays Cusco is a fascinating mix of Inca and Colonial Spanish architecture; colonial churches, monasteries, convents and Inca remains are found at every corner, many streets are lined with perfect Inca stonework's, which served as foundation for most Spanish constructions.
13:30 hrs. You will be picked up by our local guide to do a guided visit to the attractions in town, visiting the City's Highlights located in and around Cusco. We start off by visiting the huge "Inca Ceremonial Center of Sacsayhuaman". This enormous structure overlooks the city of Cusco. Its constructions are amazing, with huge rocks perfectly fitted. It is said that it took 20,000 workers and around 50 years to build it. The origin of Sacsayhuaman is uncertain. The archaeologist attributed its construction to the Period of the Inca Pachacutec (in the Inca language Pachacutec means Cataclysm or He who transforms the world), the man essentially credited with founding the Inca Empire.
Later on we will visit another important Inca site known as "Qenqo". This is a place with subterranean passages and carved stone channels in a zigzag pattern. In its inner part there is a carved stone table where it is said the Incas mummified their dead. Afterwards we will do a short visit to the archaeological Inca site of Puka Pukara and "Tambomachay", a temple dedicated to the God of Water. After these visits, we will return to Cusco, where we will visit one of the most sacred Inca buildings, "The Temple of Koricancha". Koricancha was the most important temple of the Inca Empire. According to archaeologists it housed over 2000 priests and attendants. Here religious ceremonies were constant and offerings to the Gods and the Inca's ancestors were made each day. Finally we will visit the beautiful "Cathedral" of Cusco. This enormous Cathedral was built in the XVI. It contained nearly 400 colonial paintings, including many from the Cusco School, which was prominent in the 17th century. Among them a painting of the Last Supper by Marcos Zapata, showing Christ and the apostles about to dine on guinea pig (Guinea-pig was the main course at sacred feasts in Inca times). After our city tour our local guide will drop you off at your hotel. Free evening. Overnight at the Hostel Tikawasi *** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet at the hotel.
  • Pick up from your hotel.
  • City tour of Cusco + all entrance fees.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel Plaza Mayor I ** or similar (Double or Matrimonial Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Meals, extras & gratuities

Day 9º: The Sacred Valley of the Incas

08:30 hrs. You will be picked up by our local guide from your hotel and afterwards we will take a road that winds over the mountains north of Cusco. On the way we will stop at a point known as El Mirador, from where you will be able to make out the Sacred Valley.
The Sacred Valley was undoubtedly a key area of settlement to the Incas; its combination of agreeable climate and fertile plains bestow an unusual abundance for the high Andes. Here the Incas sculpted the mountain flanks with vast contour terracing and irrigation works. Our driver and guide will suggest you the best points for pictures.
Later on, we will drive towards the ruins of Pisac. At the ruins you will see and learn about different aspects of Inca culture. You can see a great fine art of stone works and impressive agricultural terraces all over the place. After touring around we will get back to the car and will drive back to the modern town of Pisac, where there is a peculiar market that deserve to be visited. At the market you will have free time to walk around and do some shopping. Afterwards we will meet for lunch in a nice local restaurant. After lunch we will continue our tour. We will drive along the Urubamba river towards the town of Ollantaytambo. Once we get there we will visit the ruins of Ollantaytambo. This is an extraordinary Inca place where besides the ruins you may also see an amazing rock formation representing the Inca god Wiracocha. After touring around Ollantaytambo we will go to our hotel located in this little town. Overnight at Hostel Las Orquideas ** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet at the hotel.
  • Tourist transportation.
  • Sacred Valley tour + entrance fees.
  • Lunch buffet on the Sacred Valley.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel Las Orquideas ** (Double or Matrimonial Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Extras & Gratuities.

Day 10º: Inca Trail - Wayllabamba Campsite.

07:00hrs. you will be picked up from your hotel and afterwards we will take a dirt road till Piskacuchu (2700 m) a community located on the kilometer 82 of the Cusco -Machu Picchu railroad. From here, we will start our trek.
08:00 hrs. At this point all hikers must show their original passport so that they may enter the National Park towards Machu Picchu. Starting at this point, we cross the bridge and walk along the left shore of the Urubamba River, which flows north-west along the Sacred Valley
Following the trail along a flat terrain, we reach the little community of Miskay (2800 masl), where we make a little break and try some local Chicha (a maiz beer) from the Andean ladies sitting along the way, and then ascend a steep path that will lead us to a high plateau, from where, all hikers will be rewarded with a spectacular view of an Inca construction called Patallacta (2750 masl). After a good explanation of our tour guide, we carry on along a gorgeous valley created long ago by the copious Kusichaca River. We will gradually climb for about two hours, till we reach a nice natural spot where our cook and porters await for us to have lunch. Later on, we will walk up hill ( not very difficult) for about 2 hours till we reach our first campsite in the village of Wayllabamba ("Place of Good Pasture"), (3000 masl). This day is usually hot in the dry season (May - Sept), so it is advisable to wear light clothing, as well as a hut and sunscreen. Hikers will enjoy along the route spectacular views of the Vilcanota ridge on the opposite side of the Urubamba River, and might also spot the impressive Veronica Mountain(5832 meters above sea level). Overnight in Wayllabamba Campsite.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast Buffet at the hotel.
  • Tourist transportation to the KM 82.
  • Entrance to the Inca Trail national park.
  • Meals (1 lunch & 1 dinner)
  • Accommodation on camping tents. (tent with capacity for 2 people).

What is not included?

  • Extras & Gratuities.

Day 11º: Inca Trail - Warmihuañusca " The Dead Woman Pass ".

We will be woken up by our humble friends (the porters) at around 06:00hrs, and after breakfast we start to climb up along a narrow valley full of vegetation and beautiful streams. On this section visitors will experience a hard path, full of steps, so we advise you to take it easy and stop to rest along the way at any time you wish. Later on we will reach Lluluchapampa Village, a spot frequently used by some other hikers to camp. At this point we will be starting the climbing to the highest and most famous mountain pass, the Abra Warmihuañusca (Dead Woman's Pass 4200 m.). It will take about 2 hours to get to the top, so my recommendation is just to do it slowly, without pushing yourself too much. Usually our tour guide will be with us till the end, so even if you got delayed, don't worry, the group usually waits for you at the top of the Pass. It is a great idea to carry on this day some chocolates, candies and coca leaves on your day backpack, this will help to keep your sugar level high, and also help to ward off altitude sickness.
After you have conquered the highest pass, we will descend an endless winding pass of steps, that cross a narrow valley, which is the habitat for many different kinds of birds, like hummingbirds and sparrows and the Andean bear, which is also called the Spectacled Bear (Tremarctus Ornatus). We will have lunch along the way, and afterwards continue till our campsite at Pacaymayo Valley (3600), where we will take a deep rest after such a hard day. This is also an official campsite, so here you for sure will be able to find good showers (very cold) and proper flash toilettes. Overnight at the Pacaymayo campsite.

What is included on this day?

  • All meals.
  • Accommodation on camping tents. (tent with capacity for 2 people).

What is not included?

  • Extras & Gratuities.

Day 12º: Inca Trail - Wiñaywayna Campsite.

For many visitors, this day is the longest but also the most impressive and the most interesting day, due to the number of archaeological sites that hikers can see along the way. We get up at 06:00 hrs. again, and after breakfast, start off following a steep path that will lead us to the second pass, the Abra Runkurakay (3970 masl). Half way up, we will stop to visit the archaeological complex of Runkurakay. This site, located at 3800 masl, consists of a small oval structure (Runkurakay means in quechua language "egg" hence it name)it is very likely that this Inca building served as a watchtower. Some meters before the Runkurakay Pass, we will pass a small billabong, where sometimes Andean dears can be seen drinking water. After going over the pass, we descend to Yanacocha (Black Lagoon) and arrive at Sayacmarca (erected building 3624 masl). This is an interesting Inca building in which you can find semicircular constructions, water fountains, as well as irrigation channels. After visiting this ruins, we enter the cloud-forest, walking up and down, and then comes the last climb, that will lead us to the third pass, the Abra de Phuyupatamarca (3700 masl). From now on, the rest of the trail is mostly downhill. We will descend some steps, then will stumble upon one of the best Inca ruins on the Inca Trail Phuyupatamarca. (Phuyupatamarca, means ¨town over the clouds¨). From above, trekkers can observe a sophisticated complex made up of water fountains with solid foundations, and also impressive views of the Urubamba River.
The end of day lead us to Wiñaywayna, second only to Machu Picchu in beauty. This fantastic site is a perfect example of Inca terrace farming, and is located on a steep edge overlooking the Río Urubamba. The name Wiñaywayna comes from the name given to a beautiful orchid typical in the zone, and it means FOREVER YOUNG. We will spend the night in the camping zone, close to a big restaurant where trekkers usually may enjoy a hot shower after these long days, as well as cold beers and party in the evening. This will be the night in which we will say good bye to our porters and cooks, as the next day they will departure very early to catch the local train that will take them back to their town, so at dinner we will have a nice meeting with them. Overnight at the Winaywayna Campsite.

What is included on this day?

  • All meals.
  • Accommodation on camping tents. (tent with capacity for 2 people).

What is not included?

  • Extras & Gratuities.

Day 13º: Welcome to Sacred Citadel of Machu Picchu.

On this fourth and last day we get up at 04.00 hrs, have breakfast at 04:30 hrs, and by 05:00 hrs, we must be on the trail towards Inti Punko (Sun Gate). This will take about an hour of hiking along a narrow trail of cloud forest. At the Sun Gate visitors will be able to see the Sunrise over the Sacred Machupicchu Mountain. After having shot some photos we will descend to "Machu Picchu" . Machu Picchu was long thought to be legendary, then in 1911, the explorer Hiram Bingham stumbled upon it remains. But while the walls and chambers have been extensively studied in the years since, the purpose of this ancient site remains unclear. Machu Picchu stands 2,430 m above sea-level, in the middle of a tropical mountain forest, in an extraordinarily beautiful setting. It was probably the most amazing urban creation of the Inca Empire at its height; its giant walls, terraces and ramps seem as if they have been cut naturally in the continuous rock escarpments. The natural setting, on the eastern slopes of the Andes, encompasses the upper Amazon basin with its rich diversity of flora and fauna.
The guided tour in Machu Picchu will last about 2 hours, and afterwards you will have free time to explore the ruins on your own, and if you still got some strength, you might climb the Huayna Picchu mountain, the huge mountain that appears on the background in every classic picture of Machu Picchu. It takes about one hour or so to get to the top, following very steep stairs, though is a little hard, at the top you will be rewarded with one of the most impressive views in your lifetime. Later on, we will take the bus to Aguas Calientes (20 minutes), where we will have lunch and also where we catch the train back to Cusco (your guide will tell you how to get there). At Aguas Calientes, if you wish, you can go to relax in the thermal baths. The hot springs are located on the upper section of the village of Aguas Calientes, visitors may ask their local guide how to get there. Finally, at around 16:00hrs, we take the train to the city of Cusco, arriving there after nightfall. Overnight at the Hostel Plaza Mayor I ** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast.
  • Guide visit in Machu Picchu + entrance fees.
  • Return to Cusco by train. BACKPACKER train service.
  • Pick up form the train station and transfer to the hotel.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel Plaza Mayor I ** (Double or Matrimonial Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Meals, Extras & Gratuities.

Day 14°. Free day in Cusco.

After days of full activities, a free day in Cusco is the best gift the Gods of the Andes may grant you. So, on this day you may go out just to relax, drink a cold beer somewhere and have lunch in one cozy restaurant around the main square. There are plenty of video bars and discos in which to relax too. The day is yours. Overnight at the designated Hostel Plaza Mayor I ** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel Plaza Mayor I ** (Double or Matrimonial Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Meals, Extras & Gratuities.

Day 15º: Flight to Lima.

At the designated time you will be picked up by our representative and then will be transferred to the airport to take the plane to Lima. Upon your arrival in Lima you will be met by a representative of our agency, and then you will be transferred to your hotel in the residential district of Miraflores. Rest of the afternoon free. Overnight at the Hotel La Castellana ** or similar.

What is included on this day?

  • Breakfast buffet.
  • Pick up from the hotel and transfer to the airport Cusco.
  • Flight tickets from Cusco to Lima.
  • Pick up from the airport in Lima and transfer to the hotel.
  • Accommodation at the Hostel La Castellana ** or similar (Double or Matrimonial Standard Room).

What is not included?

  • Meals, Extras & Gratuities.

Day 16º: Departure day.

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