DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN LIMA
Show up in Lima on your preferred flight today. Subsequent to getting your baggage and clearing customs, stroll across the road to the enjoyable and strategically placed Wyndham Costa del Sol Lodging. Rest in your room and recharge for your Peru visit ahead.
DAY 2: FLY CUSCO EARLY EVENING TIME WORKING TOUR
Andean history wakes up in Cusco. Quechua-talking relatives of the Incas fill the roads and markets, provincial chapels sit on bases of smooth stonework laid hundreds of years before the Conquerors, and campesinos (Peru’s rustic ranchers) in beautiful dress get hectically this way and that across the courts.
Stroll across the road to the air terminal in Lima for your homegrown trip to Cusco. A driver meets you at the air terminal in Cusco and takes you to your hotel to drop off your baggage and rest. In the early evening, you’ll discover Cusco’s biggest open market and the neighboring witches’ market on a mobile-directed visit through the city. Visit the Sanctuary of Koricancha, thought about the main Inca Sanctuary of Cusco, and stroll to Cusco’s main Square de Armas, to visit both the Basilica worked over the vestiges of the Sunturwasi sanctuary.
Subsequent to tasting a couple of remarkable nearby food sources, visit the Middle for Conventional Materials in Cusco, a neighborhood association focused on saving the locale’s winding around customs (In the event that meeting the Hallowed Valley on Sunday, you will visit their middle in Chinchero all things being equal). Watch weavers show their specialty and find out about the history, experiences, and cycles of Peru’s most notable artistic expression.
DAY 3: SACRED VALLEY
Toward the beginning of today, venture into one of the most gorgeous areas of Peru. The Sacred Valley frequently becomes one of the top features of your excursion and you will find out the reason why! The day is adaptable in light of your interests, market days, and the climate. You’ll test your dealing abilities with local people while visiting one of the extraordinary material business sectors nearby. You may want to climb to the motivating remains of Pisac or go for a short stroll through the field to the sometimes visited town of Maras, where pre-Columbian salt mines actually work today. Visit the Inca horticultural patios of Moray, remembered to have been a nursery to try different things with and change various assortments of yields. At last, you advance toward the living Inca city of Ollantaytambo and short-term.
DAY 4: OLLANTAYTAMBO REMNANTS TRAIN TO MACHU PICHU
Toward the beginning of the day, visit the understated remnants of Ollantaytambo before the bigger gatherings of sightseers show up. During the Inca Domain, Ollantaytambo filled in as an imperial home and later a shelter after the Spanish vanquished Cusco. The remains highlight wide porches, monster building blocks, and all-around well-preserved engineering. Indeed, even the actual town is as yet spread out as it was during the Inca domain, permitting its travelers to see the set of experiences which actually exists inside its limits.
Board the train late earlier today and follow the Urubamba Stream as it tumbles its direction towards the Amazon and the sacred city of Machu Picchu, Peru. Subsequent to looking into your lodging and getting a charge out of lunch in Aguas Calientes, enter Machu Picchu and start investigating this great site – the previous retreat of Inca lords. Stroll along old trenches that actually carry water from the high mountains to the showers utilized by Inca clerics. As travelers, you are invited to plunge your hands into the cool water. Subsequent to strolling among the monstrous complex of remnants, and getting a directed visit through Machu Picchu, you’ll get back to the town of Aguas Calientes (situated at the foundation of Machu Picchu). Appreciate one of the numerous fantastic neighborhood cafés subsequent to investigating quite possibly the most supernatural archeological site on the planet.
DAY 5: FREE DAY AT MACHU PICHU / RETURN TO CUSCO
Today you can get back to the remains at Machu Picchu for additional investigation. Contingent upon your inclination in licenses, return ahead of schedule with the desire for discovering the sun coming up over the mountains at Machu Picchu or show up so as to climb to the highest point of Huayna Picchu for unbelievable perspectives on the whole region. Different choices inside the stronghold incorporate the capacity to walk the generally simple courses to the Sun Entryway or the Sanctuary of the Moon. On the other hand, simply take a walk around the tremendous span of remains and pay attention to the spirits of the city’s previous occupants. (This fundamental reemergence license is remembered for the expense of this visit. Further allows may require extra expenses.)
Whenever you’ve had your time in the vestiges, return to Aguas Calientes to get a midday train toward Cusco. Subside into your lodging or go out on a popular Cusco culinary experience.
DAY 6: RAINBOW MOUNTAIN TREK
We will pick you up from your hotel at 5am, and begin with our amazing Rainbow Mountain Trek Adventure. We set out on our drive for 3 hours through the South Valley; ending up at the trailhead at Llacto (4,638m / 15,216 ft). Along the way, there are amazing views of farming Inca terraces, traditional villages, valleys and high Andean peaks.
The herds of alpacas and llamas near your breakfast place will entertain you in the early morning. Once we reach the trailhead, we start on our hike following a lovely stream. As you start your hike, you will have views of the Ausangate Mountain and glaciers. You can interact with the local people, who are still keeping traditional Quechua culture alive. Learn about their traditional clothes and the significance of the different hats worn by the men. Ask your guide to teach you a few words of Quechua!
After a total hike of 1.5 hours, we finally reach our destination: the Rainbow Mountain (5,020m /16,466ft). After admiring the unique beauty, you will have time to explore the area. You can take pictures or just soak up the view. We will spend approximately 30 minutes at the top. Afterwards, there is an optional hike across to the top of the Red Valley. This walk takes about 45 minutes longer to get back to the trailhead.
At this point, we hike back down the way we came. The hike takes 1 hour, then we enjoy our lunch which will prepare by our cook.
We will embark on the3-hour drive back to Cusco and drop you off at yourCusco hotel, arriving around 6:00pm.
DAY 7: FLY LIMA / RETURN TO HOME
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