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Land of the Incas, and the Michelin-starred chefs

Where so much of South America stands out for its nature and landscapes, Peru also has an incredibly rich vein of human history. It is the cultural crossroads of South America. In every part of Peru, from the remote jungle north to the vast expanse of Lake Titicaca via the world beating cuisine of Lima, there is fabulous scenery, colourful culture and always a rich tale to tell. Take Machu Picchu. It is a testament to human endeavour and the culture of the Incas. What makes it so jaw dropping is that it’s aset in the dramatic surroundings of the Andean cloudforest, teeming with birdlife, orchids and even bears. Peru has it all.


New for 2015! Uncontrived interactions with local people, wildlife encounters and the vast landscapes of the Andes and Amazon: set your own pace on this privately guided holiday for an insider's view of Peru's best-known places and its most remote corners.

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From an insider’s tour of Lima to arriving at Machu Picchu after the crowds are gone and staying on an island in Lake Titicaca, this tailor made holiday lets you experience Peru more deeply, at a better pace.

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Discover Peru's adventure playgrounds as you paddle in the Amazon, ride bikes downhill past salt pans, raft the white waters of the Urubamba River, and hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu on this tailor made family adventure.

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Delve into the Amazon, stretch yourself to arrive at Machu Picchu on foot and meet communities living on Lake Titicaca as you experience the beautiful diversity of southern Peru.

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The Inca Trail is lined with smaller Inca sites and guard houses Beautiful views of the Alto Madre de Dios river and the Andean foothills, taken from the Manu Learning Center The Andean Explorer train from Cusco to Puno Family starting the Inca Trail The Inca Trail isn't just about getting to Machu Picchu, it's a beautiful walk in itself