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Downtown of Lima Peru




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Peru vacation packages could be the ideal way of visiting the country’s major destinations. The country is home to an abundance of stunning places, charming landscapes, glorious history, and culture. Peru is nestled in western South America and is home to one of the most appealing cities in the world. The country is also known for its mineral treasures, vast agriculture, and marine r...


Day 1

Embark on your Peru Vacation

  • Breakfast
  • Stay Included

To reach your vacation destination i.e. Peru, you'll have to first enroute to Lima first. After reaching Lima, which is situated on the Pacific Coast, you'll head toward the Arawi Miraflores Express, a hotel where you are going to stay during the vacation. Amidst this, you can stroll down the streets of Lima and watch out for some of the amazing attractions out there.

Day 2

Check Out the Major Attractions of Lima

  • City Tour of Colonial and Modern Lima
  • Breakfast

Get ready to get on the ball rolling for an interesting and informative tour of the eminent attractions of the city of Lima. But before heading out, ensure that you have breakfast at the hotel to remain energized throughout the day. The top landmarks that we will be covering in today's quick tour will be the Historic Center and Santo Domingo Convent. However, this day tour won't be limited to these attractions only. 

While navigating to the Historic Center, we will traverse through the districts of Miraflores and San Isidro. After exploring the Historic Center, we will make our way to Santo Domingo Convent, followed by enjoying a walk around the Plaza de Armas. The exquisite colonial architecture of the monument leaves visitors astonished, compelling them to praise its beauty. Don't take a pause before reaching Parque Del Amor. Take the snaps of the incredible Peruvian Coastline, after the tiring day, relax by heading back to the hotel, i.e., Arawi Miraflores Express. 

We are open for optional visits as well for those who are interested in exploring the Larco Museum. Further, visitors can even enjoy having a luscious dinner at Huaca Pucllana.  

Moreover, you can even go on an excursion (optional) to the Sacred Valley (dinner inclusive). Further, enjoy watching a show at Tunupa Cuzco, and then head to Larco Museum.

City Tour of Colonial and Modern Lima   (3 minutes)

Enjoy an informative and interesting city tour of Lima, including its Historic Centre and the Santo Domingo Convent.

Day 3

Bridging the gap from Lima to Sacred Valley

  • Visit to the Sulca Museum
  • Breakfast
  • Stay Included

After having breakfast, reach the Airport on time to catch the flight and fly over to Cuzco. After stepping into the former Inca Capital, Cusco, make your way straight to the Sacred Valley. While on your way to the valley, take a pause at Museo Sulca. To be noted, there won't be any guide. In this incredibly beautiful living museum, you'll get a chance to get a glimpse of the ancient customs and traditions that have been preserved here for ages. The handmade textiles crafted by local communities will make you stop and admire their creativity. 

If you still succeed in saving some time, then watch out for the impeccable scenic beauty of the region or get your back relaxed. Stay in the Sacred Valley during the night at the Agustos Urubamba Hotel.

Visit to the Sulca Museum   (1 minutes)

Make a quick stop at the Sulca Textile House Museum and familiarize yourself with the fabrics and pieces from ancient Peru and their ancestral techniques dating all the way back to Pre-Columbian Inca.

Day 4

Navigate from Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu

  • Machu Picchu Citadel Guided Tour
  • Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu

Excited to admire one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site?

Great!! Then, have your breakfast and be ready to get the ball rolling to commence an exciting day to reach Aguas Calientes, one of Machu Picchu's Village, and watch the flawless beauty of nature. To reach this scenic village, firstly visit the village of Ollantaytambo, and from there, get on a train to step into Aguas Calientes. While traveling, enjoy the scenic landscapes and the majestic green mountains. 

Once you reach there, board a bus to reach the ancient Inca City of Citadel. The distance between these two landmarks might take around 2:30 hours. Having an elevation of around 2000+ meters, it is a Peruvian treasure, offering panoramic views, established in the 15th century. 

Get back on the bus to return to Aguas Calientes, and then take a train to the village of Ollantaytambo. From there, head toward Agustos Urubamba Hotel for an overnight stay in the Sacred Valley. If you get some free time after reaching Aguas Calientes, you can explore the spot at your own pace. 

Notable Points: The train reservations are subjected to Standard Category (Expedition train/Voyager train). Further, you can even add a supplement to a superior category train (i.e., 360º train or Vistadome train), and you can surely do so. 

To ensure enjoying this tour, visitors are asked to share a copy of their passport at least 55 days prior to heading to this place. In case of failure to fulfill this responsibly, visitors are not guaranteed about their visit to Machu Picchu.

Machu Picchu Citadel Guided Tour   (1 minutes)

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Machu Picchu, a true wonder of the world! Discover these ancient Inca ruins, perched high in the Andes, for a truly unforgettable experience! Schedule determin

Day 5

Explore Cuzco

  • The Essence of the Sacred Valley (with lunch and 'Boleto Turisitco')
  • Breakfast
  • Train Station To Hotel
  • Stay Included

After enjoying breakfast, kick-start your day's journey to explore the major attractions of Cuzco. To get the best sights of the city, move toward the Sacred Valley (optional excursion). Explore the region during the day, and head to be a part of the lively plazas at night. Spend the night at Cuzco by getting to the Rojas Inn. 

A couple of optional landmarks in the city worth exploring and included in the Sacred Valley excursions are Chinchero and the PARWA Centre (to admire traditional textiles). Step next to the Racchi Panoramic viewpoint to get mesmerizing views of the place, but before that, explore the Chinchero Church. Move next to Ollantaytambo, and don't miss walking around its fortress. Have lunch. Further, "Boleto Turisitco" is included in this excursion. 

The Essence of the Sacred Valley (with lunch and 'Boleto Turisitco')   (1 minutes)

Full day excursion to the Sacred Valley including Ollantaytambo, PARWA Traditional Textiles Centre and Chinchero. Lunch and BTCP included. Pick up time may vary depending on the assigned hotel.

Day 6

Set Off on a fascinating half-day Cuzco tour

  • Half-Day Cusco Tour
  • Breakfast

Before commencing your half-day tour, ensure that you have breakfast at the hotel. The iconic Plaza de Armas will be the starting point of this half-day tour. We will then navigate to the Cathedral, followed by an ancient Inca Palace, i.e., the Koricancha Temple. It is believed that this temple was constructed in honor of the God of the Sun. A Dominican Church is standing on the site. 

Pace up your tour by making your way to San Blas Neighborhood, where you can enjoy walking around the artisan workshops and shops outlined in that area. Try out flavors of some traditional cuisines, have leisure, or just simply indulge in the amazing atmosphere of the region. After a tiring day, make your way to the Rojas Inn Hotel and stay there overnight.

We have got you an optional opportunity to enjoy a finger-licking dinner at the exquisite Tunupa Museo Restaurant located in the heart of the Cusco. While having dinner, you can witness the panoramic views of the Plaza de Armas and a lively night show with live music and traditional dances.

Half-Day Cusco Tour   (3 minutes)

Embark on this tour of Cuzco and acquaint yourself with the most iconic locations of the city; from the San Pedro Market and the Plaza de Armas to the Cathedral and Koricancha Temple.

Day 7

Get Back from Cuzco to Lima

  • Breakfast
  • Hotel To Airport
  • Stay Included

It's time to fly back to Lima. Have your breakfast at the hotel, and as per the expected flight time, reach the Airport to catch the flight to Lima. Reach over there, step into the Arawi Miraflores Express hotel, and get relaxed.

Day 8

Take Off from Lima

  • Breakfast
  • Airport To Hotel

Head out from the Arawi Miraflores Express hotel after enjoying breakfast at the Airport as per your departure time.

Day 9

Reach Your Home!!

With the return flight, end your amazing trip and reach your home.

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  • Breakfast as per Itinerary
  • Stay Included
  • Transfer
  • Explore Sacred Valley & Museo Sulca.
  • Covering the major attractions i.e. Santo Domingo Convent, Historic Center, and Larco Museum.
  • A Guided Tour to Machu Picchu.
  • Exploring the major attractions of Cuzco via half-day tour.


Day 1-2


Arawi Miraflores Express

Day 3-4


Agustos Urubamba

Day 5-6


Rojas Inn

Day 7

Provincia de Lima

Arawi Miraflores Express

Stay at Arawi Miraflores Express: 3 Nights

Stay at Agustos Urubamba: 2 Nights

Stay at Rojas Inn: 2 Nights


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Peru Package for 8 nights and 9 days : Frequently asked questions

The Months from May to September are considered highly pleasant to discover the alluring landmarks of Peru. Thus, travelers are recommended to plan a vacation during these months.

No. Buying travel insurance isn’t restricted at all. However, to add a protective layer, you can definitely look ahead to buy travel insurance.

Yes. Travelers are provided with the choice to modify/customize their Peru vacation package depending on their preferences and convenience.

Yes, this site has abundance of enchanting attractions that are worthwhile to explore. Thus, you can unhesitatingly head out to explore the attractions of Peru.

Though the place is stuffed with an abundance of stunning destinations, you should craft an itinerary of around 10-14 days to cover all the major sites of Peru.

Well, yes. Peru encounters the issue of slow internet connectivity. Thus, before heading for vacation, be ready to go offline.

No, usually no one asks to show your travelling documents but to evade chances of any trouble, keep a copy of every document with you wherever you go.

Yes, the place has a lot of amazing destinations covered for its tourists. You can check out majestic mountains, try hands-on adventurous activities, capture panoramic views, taste some luscious famous foods, and peep into its diverse culture and rich history.