If you’re looking to reserve an individual tour with Mystery Peru, simply reach out to us via email at [email protected].
We will be delighted to assist you in confirming the availability of your desired tour on your preferred date.
Once availability has been confirmed, the next step is to proceed with your payment.
Once we’ve received your payment, we will promptly initiate the necessary arrangements to secure your booking.
To proceed with your booking process efficiently, we will require the following details:
Names & Last names.
Passport number.
Date of Birth.
Hotel address at your destination: (if available). If you don’t have this information at the moment, you can send it to us later.
Once we receive the above information, we will process your inquiry and send you an electronic voucher confirming your booking.
This voucher will serve as your official itinerary and guarantee your participation in the tour booked.

To book a Travel Package, we require 50% payment for the trip.
Final Payment:
The remaining balance of your trip cost must be settled no later than 45 days prior to the departure date.
If you don’t make the final payment within the specified timeframe, you may cancel your reservation, and the deposit will not be refunded.
Last-Minute Bookings:
For bookings made within 45 days of the departure date, full payment is required at the time of booking.

To finalize and secure your booking, we kindly request payment for the selected tour.
You can conveniently make your payment through our online payment system, accessible on our website.
We accept VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, and DINER CLUB for online payments, without incurring any additional commission or surcharges.

Please find below our banking details:

Beneficiary: KL Viaggi Mystery Peru Adventure E.I.RL.
Account Number (USD): 367-3004362259.
Bank Physical Address: Bolognesi Street 590 – Nasca.
Mystery Peru Physical Address: Hacienda Curve Alto S/n – Nasca.
Upon receiving the confirmation of your deposit, we will promptly issue an electronic invoice to validate your booking.
If you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to our dedicated customer support team.

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Cancellation Policy:
If you wish to cancel your reservation, the request must be submitted to us in writing.
Please take into account that payments for flights, some train services, and Machu Picchu bookings are non-refundable due to airline and operator policies.
All other reservations canceled less than 45 days prior to the arrival date of the tour are subject to the following cancellation fees:

Cancellations made with 22 – 45 days’ notice: 40% charge.
Cancellations made with 9-21 days’ notice: 75% charge.
Cancellations made with 8 or less days’ notice: 100% charge.

Non-Refundable Services:
In the event of cancellation, it’s important to be aware that specific services, including domestic flight tickets, the train to Machu Picchu, and Machu Picchu entrance fees, are subject to penalties imposed by the airlines and tour operators.
If such penalties are applicable, we will deduct the corresponding amount from your payment to cover these expenses.
We will transparently communicate the deducted amount and provide a breakdown of the penalties incurred.
Rest assured, we will handle this process efficiently and ensure that you are fully informed about any deductions made.

Trip Cancellation:
In the unlikely event that we have to cancel a trip due to unforeseen circumstances, you will be offered an alternative trip of similar value.
If the alternative trip is not acceptable to you, a full refund of all payments made will be provided.

Mystery Peru will take all reasonable care in providing service to our clients to avoid accident, illness, loss of personal property and will only employ suitably qualified staff. We accept responsibility for the actions of our employees.
Mystery Peru cannot, however, be responsible for any event that was unforeseeable or unavoidable.
We also cannot be responsible for improper acts by clients or another third party.
Mystery Peru  does not take responsibility for unfavorable weather conditions, accidents, illness, injury, loss of personal items, natural catastrophe, additional costs, strikes, etc.
It is the client’s responsibility to carry insurance to cover these types of events.
We reserve the right to modify or cancel the program due to any of the unforeseen conditions listed above.
We ask all our passengers to read our Terms and Conditions when making reservations.
We recommend you acquire relevant Trip Insurance before you leave your country when traveling to Peru.

Any personal information collected by Mystery Peru will be exclusively used for purposes directly related to the smooth operation of your trip.
This information might be shared with our agents, service providers, or other relevant parties to facilitate the proper execution of the trip.


Peru is not an unsafe country, but there are always risks when traveling internationally. Medical emergencies,
urgent and unscheduled trips back home, and thefts are among the more nerve-wracking events that can all be
helped with a reliable travel insurance plan.

Passport and Visas:
It is the responsibility of the traveler to ensure they have a valid passport with a minimum of six months validity beyond the return date.
Visas, if required, are also the traveler’s responsibility.

Medical Conditions:
It is essential to inform us of any pre-existing medical conditions or physical limitations that might affect your ability to participate in certain activities during the trip.

Before traveling to Peru, it is advised to check with your healthcare provider for recommended vaccinations and health precautions.

What you need to know !!!

Lima is a large city of almost 10 million people that live in 43 districts.
It is located about 100 meters above sea level, just 12° south of the equator, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
The Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima is located in the district of Callao, 7 miles (11 km) from the center of Lima and about 14 miles (22 km) from the most important districts, such as Miraflores, San Isidro, and Barranco.
All visitors to Peru will be given an Andean immigration card on arrival at the Lima international airport, which must be presented before leaving the country. So do not lose this document.
Based on local tax laws, Peruvian citizens must pay an additional fee of 18%.
To be exempt from this 18% additional fee (IGV), a copy of the immigration card and passport must be presented.
Both documents are required for fee exemption. Guests who are not able to show both papers will be required to pay the fee.

Summer: December to April.
Average temperatures: 19 – 23 degrees Celsius.
Appropriate clothing: Summer clothes, a bathing suit in case you visit the beach and sandals.
Don’t forget Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat.

Autumn: May to June.
Average temperatures: 16 – 21 degrees Celsius.
Appropriate clothing: Lightweight layers and comfortable tennis shoes.
Don’t forget: A light coat for night-time.

Winter: June to October.
Average temperatures: 15 – 18 degrees Celsius. Lima, being a desert city never experiences proper rain.
Rather, it undergoes some drizzle, especially during winter time.
Appropriate clothing: Clothes for layering, a jumper, scarf, and comfortable shoes.
In Lima, tennis shoes are fine in winter.
Don’t forget; A warm coat for night-time.

Spring: November.
Average temperatures: 16 – 21 degrees Celsius.
Appropriate clothing: Light layers and comfortable walking shoes.
Don’t forget A camera and a jumper for the beginning of the month.

Paracas is located some 250 kilometers south of Lima, 3 hours away by bus following the Pan-American Highway.
It is a beautiful bay, very popular for its beaches, spectacular views, and amazing marine life.
Paracas is a launch point for the Ballestas Islands, home to dolphins, sea lions, pelicans, and Humboldt penguins.
There are impressive rock formations, such as the Cathedral, which, while it was severely affected by the earthquake of August 2007, still offers a unique geological landscape.
The natural beauty of Paracas is complemented by a good range of restaurants, and beaches, such as La Mina, Mendieta, and Lagunillas, where visitors can camp and fish.

Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 56°F to 81°F and is rarely below 51°F or above 84°F.

Sunny almost all year round, with high temperatures during summer time from December to April, exceeding the 30°C. Nights are cool.
Appropriate clothing: Summer clothes, a t-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes for day and night time.
It rarely rains in Paracas; however, it gets very windy during wintertime, especially in August.
This peculiar wind sometimes may reach 60 km per hour.

During winter time from June to September, mornings and nights used to be a bit cold, but hot throughout the day.
Appropriate clothing: Summer clothes, a t-shirt, shorts, and tennis shoes for day time.

Get a windbreaker or a jacket for the evenings.

Taking a boat tour to the Ballestas Islands?
Please bring; Sunscreen, and a hat (Marine birds sometimes drop their droppings around the islands, so you better carry a hat)
Comfortable clothes, like jeans and T-shirts.
Bring a windbreaker, as it gets very windy once the boat gets in motion.

The city of Ica is located 303 kilometers south of Lima, 4½ hours away by bus following the Pan-American-Highway.
The Ica Valley is very popular for its gorgeous sand dunes and for the Oasis Huacachina, a wonderfull lagoon amid huge white dunes.
Ica is also very popular for its delicious sweets such as chocotejas, good Pisco (Perú’s national beverage – A grape brandy) and wine.
Ica’s valleys are full of a variety of grapes and grape traditions, which is why Ica is well known for its winery and pisco tours.
You can learn about the now and then making of process and storage of pisco and wine because many of the wineries still feature vine processing techniques from colonial times.

ALTITUDE: 406 meters above sea level.
Sunny almost all year round, with high temperatures during summer time from December to April, exceeding the 30°C. Nights are cool.
Appropriate clothing: Summer clothes, t-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes for day and night time.

During winter time from June to September, mornings and nights used to be a bit cold, but hot throughout the day.
Appropriate clothing: Summer clothes, a t-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes for day time. Get a windbreaker or a jacket for the evenings.

What to bring to buggy and sandboarding?
Sunscreen, a hat, a bottle of water, and comfortable clothes.
Lightweight trousers to protect the knees should you wish to go down lying down.
Closed-toe shoes are recommended (no flip-flops)

Nazca is a nice desert town to the south of Lima; its vast plateau is home to the world-famous Nazca Lines, huge images etched on a stony desert.
The images on the ground represent gigantic animals, such as fish, felines, birds, insects, plants, human forms and hundreds of straight lines.
Today Nazca is considered A MUST tourist destination in Peru.
The Nazca Valley offers not only lines but amazing underground, centuries old, large cities with amazing pyramids, bizarre ancient graveyards and more.
The city of Nazca is located 445 kilometers south of Lima, 6 hours away by bus following the Pan-American-Highway.

It is 2 hours away from the town of Ica.
Since Nazca is located near to the desert, the weather is dry and sunny, has a little rain, known as the city of the eternal summer.

ALTITUDE: 600 meters above sea level.
Sunny almost all year round, with high temperatures during summer time from December to April, exceeding the 32°C. Nights are cool.
Appropriate clothing: Summer clothes, t-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes for day and night time.

During winter time from June to September, mornings and nights used to be a bit cold, but hot throughout the day.
Appropriate clothing: Summer clothes, t-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes for day time. Get a windbreaker or a jacket for the evenings.

Are you flying over the Nazca Lines?
Bring comfortable clothes, a short or jeans and a t-shirt will be perfect. It is a bit hot inside the airplane.
It is advisable not to have breakfast before the flight. Bring a big zoom for your camera.
One final consideration is that to give both sides of the plane a fair look at the Lines; pilots will be performing much steep banking, rolling the aircraft from side to side.
Some tourists experience severe airsickness so make sure to take preventative measures or medication beforehand.

Arequipa is located in the southwestern part of the country and is the second biggest city of Peru, with a population of almost one million.
It is also the capital of the department of Arequipa, 663.8 miles (1,068km) from Lima.
The city sits at an altitude of 2,325 meters above sea level in a mountainous desert in the western Andes, at the foot of El Misti volcano.

Altitude: 2,335 meters above sea level.
Population: 1,320,000 inhabotants.

Arequipa offers sunshine and blue sky almost every day.
It is mostly dry in winter, autumn and spring because of its cool desert climate and lack of precipitation.
It also has more than 300 days of sunshine a year on average.
Throughout the year, temperatures rarely exceed 25 °C (77 °F) and rarely drop below 5 °C (41 °F).
The “rainy” season lasts from December to March and is marked by the presence of a few clouds in the afternoon and low rainfall.

Appropriate clothing: Arequipa is cold during the morning, even in summertime, so wear pants and a jacket just in
case. Light clothes during the day time like a t-shirt, shorts, and tennis shoes are perfect.

Appropriate clothing: Warm clothing is essential, especially if visiting the surroundings.

Puno is a city in southern Peru on Lake Titicaca, one of South America’s largest lakes and the world’s highest navigable body of water.
A regional trading hub, the city’s also considered Peru’s “folkloric capital,” owing to its traditional festivals featuring vibrant music and dancing mainly during summer time.
Landmarks include the Andean baroque-style Puno Cathedral and the Yavari, a 19th-century steamship (now bed and breakfast).

Altitude: 3,850 meters above sea level.
Population: Over a million inhabitants.

The altitude at which Puno is located gives it extreme weather conditions. Temperatures average 15°C year round.
During winter months from June to August, nights can get particularly cold with temperatures dropping well below
0C. At this altitude sun rays are very strong, it is strongly recommended to bring sun block to avoid burning.

Appropriate clothing: Puno will be the coldest destination during your trip due to its high location.
Warm clothing during early mornings and evenings are essential. On summer time used to be a bit hot during the
day, but also there is plenty of rain, so bringing along a raincoat or poncho it is a good idea.

Appropriate clothing: Warm clothing is essential, especially if visiting Lake Titicaca.

Cusco, a city in the Peruvian Andes, was once capital of the Inca Empire, and is now known for its archaeological remains and Spanish colonial architecture.
Plaza de Armas is the central square in the old city, with arcades, carved wooden balconies, and Incan wall ruins.
Cusco is the most popular tourist destination in Peru, about 1.5 million tourists come to Cusco every year.
In 1983, UNESCO granted Cusco the title of “Cultural Heritage of the Humanity”, and Peru declared it the “Tourist Capital of Peru” and “Cultural Heritage of the Nation”.

Altitude: 3,350 meters above sea level.
Population: 359,000 inhabitants.

The rainy season begins in November and lasts until March, at the beginning of the season, the rain is light, and as the season between the
months of January and March, the rain becomes more intense.
There is some uniformity in temperature between summer and winter.
Generally in winter is cold at night and during the early morning hours,
the temperature increases considerably until noon.
On sunny days the temperature reaches 20 ° C.
We recommend to tourists, bring warm clothes and clothes for the rainy season.
Cusco is under the influence of macro-climate of large air masses from the southeastern jungle, as the winds of Peruvian-Bolivian Altiplano are
rather cold and dry, like those from Patagonia, entering by the southeast and generally involve larger-scale climate events.
On the other hand, local winds generated at the valleys and Cusco plains aim at distributing the heat and humidity throughout the day.
The average annual temperature fluctuates between 10.3 ° C and 13 ° C (50.54 ° and 52.34 ° Fahrenheit), but these temperatures fluctuate according to the area.

Appropriate clothing: Warm clothing is essential during early hours and by night.
Carry a light rain jacket or sweater that you can put on and take off as the temperature fluctuates.

Appropriate clothing: Warm clothing is essential for the whole day; however it might be a bit hot when the sky is clear. Wear a
t-shirt and jeans during the day. Also bring along a lightweight fleece, as it might get cold as the some goes down.

Visiting Machu Picchu?
If you are planning a visit to Machu Picchu you need to make sure you pack all the essentials.
Going unprepared could easily turn your trip from an incredible experience into a nightmare, particularly if you don’t have much experience hiking.
Bring a small backpack. Remember to invest in a rain cover for your backpack, as most aren’t waterproof.
Passport; It is essential that you make sure to pack your passport first. Showing passports to access both Machu Picchu.
Consider putting your passport and money in a waterproof bag to keep them dry.
Clothes; Your Macchu Pichu hike packing list should include enough clothes to keep you comfortable in a variety of conditions.
Packing a lightweight fleece or a down jacket in your daypack is a smart way to keep yourself warm and cozy without adding too much extra weight to your day pack.
Rainfall is typical in Machu Picchu as they are located in the midst of the cloud forest, so a waterproof jacket is an absolute must.
Also bring: Trekking pants, Hiking boots and sneakers, Sunhat, Sun protection, Sunglasses, Water bottle, hydration packs, or camel bags, Headlamp or flashlight and Walking poles.

Do People speak English in Peru?
Many people working in hotels or restaurants will speak pretty good English.
Most people will know the necessary words or phrases, but many will only speak Spanish.
Having a basic grasp of common phrases, numbers, etc. is recommended.

Do I need to tip?
Most restaurants have an automatic 10% gratuity on the bill, look for the word “propina If they do not, it is customary to add 10%.
If the meal and service were satisfactory. You do not need to tip taxis, but hotel porters will expect a small tip.

Is Peru dangerous?
While most people travel in Peru without incident, thefts, and muggings are still an issue.
Take precautions with your valuables and do not carry too much cash.
Be careful when visiting non-tourist areas of bigger cities, especially after dark.

Can I drink the water in Peru?
For the most part NO. Use bottled water if you do not wish to become ill.
Some more excellent hotels will have drinkable water, but otherwise, you should stick to bottles, or bring your water bottle with a built-in filter so that you can refill and carry water with you.
Be careful with ice and ask the staff if they get fresh ice delivered or use water frozen from the tap.

Do I need malaria medication before and during my Peru trip?
Most people travel in Peru without taking Malaria medication and have no problems.
The side effects of Malaria medication can be discomforting.
If you decide not to take medication make sure to take all sensible precautions to protect yourself from mosquito bites.
The Amazon Basin and Brazilian border regions have a higher Malaria rate.
The risk is yours to opt in or out of, but always consult your doctor before taking any medications.