Travel Peru 5 Days / Lima / Machu Picchu.. (All Trek)

USD: $ 540
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Additional Info
  • Price: USD: $ 540
  • Location: Lima
  • Tour Day: 05
  • Open Date: All Year
  • Departures: Every Day
  • Tour Type: Cultural
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Starting Point: Lima
  • Discount: 5%
  PROGRAM DETAIL - Lima / Cusco / Machu Picchu..
  Tour Sumary and Places Visit:

⇒ This program is properly scheduled for enjoying in less than a week just the Peruvian south without feeling missing any highlighted site along this zone so filled with very developed ancient cultures and overwhelming natural beautiness. 


√  Day 01: … / Lima
√  Day 02: Lima / Cusco (B)
√  Day 03: Cusco / Machu Picchu / Cusco(B)
√  Day 04: Cusco / Lima (B)
√  Day 05: Lima / .... ?

  Tour Inclusions & Options
  • - Accommodation at selected hotels/breakfast
  • - Meals as described in the itinerary
  • - Permanent Tour Leader
  • - Transfers, (tours and excursions)
  • - All entrance fees.
  Tour Itinerary:

Day 01: ..... / Lima:
    ⇒ On arriving to Lima, welcoming and transport to your hotel.
    ⇒ Hotel registration.

Day 02: Lima / Cusco (B)
    ⇒ Alter having breakfast we'll take you to the airport heading for Lima.
    ⇒ On arriving to Cusco, welcoming and transport to your hotel. surrounding monuments such as the Main Square, the Cathedral, Kori
    ⇒ Free morning for climatizing.
    ⇒ In the afternoon, you will enjoy from the city tour which includes visits to inca-Spanish constructions that surround the beautiful Plaza de Armas (main square), such as the impressing cathedral, the company of Jesus church and the Korikancha (Temple of the Sun). Going out to the surround of the city and beyond you'll get at strictly inca constructions such as the imposing Sacsayhuaman fortress, Kenko, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay.
    ⇒ Return to your hotel.
    ⇒ Accommodation.

Day 03: Cusco / Machu Picchu / Cusco (B-L)
    ⇒  Breakfast.
    ⇒ At due time, you go to the train station heading for Aguas Calientes. Once in there you will take a bus going to the lost Inca's city where you'll be guided through this amazing archaeological remains. At due time you'll go back to Aguas Calientes where you'll aboard the returning train to Cusco.
    ⇒ Upon the arrival, transfer to your hotel.
    ⇒ Accommodation.

Day 04: Cusco / Lima (B)
    ⇒  Breakfast.
    ⇒  At due time, transport to the airport, where you'll aboard your flight to Lima.
    ⇒  Transfer to your hotel in Lima.
    ⇒ By the afternoon, you'll enjoy from a tour around the viceroya Lima which comprises stylish and highly decorated churches and mansions that surround the Plaza Mayor such as the Palacio de Gobierno, the City Hall, the cathedral and the Torre Tagle palace. Going out of the richly historical centre we'll get at San Isidro town where is located the pre-inca pyramid Huayamarca, and not far from there we'll get at Miraflores town which is beside the Pacific coast.
    ⇒  Return to your hotel.
    ⇒  Accommodation.

Day 05: Lima / … (B)
    ⇒  Breakfast.
    ⇒  At due time transfer to the airport.

  Minimun 02 Participants:

In this Program we will require a tour deposit of 50% per person payable within five days of All Trek Top Expeditions confirming your tour booking. (this payment in advance is destined to buy the Machu Picchu permissions and booking train tickes,hotels etc..


 ¨Rates  are based on double occupancy¨


You may choose the Quality of the hotel 

Luxury ★★★★★ DBL USD$: 1,240
Best Value ★★★ DBL USD$: 610
Budget ★★ DBL USD$: 540

*The Price are per person (American Dollars)


*(1) IMPORTANT: Standard Accomodations
Hotel rooms are typically designed and equipped for two travelers. They usually feature a queen- or king-sized bed or two double beds, which are meant to provide adequate comfort for two travelers. If you travel alone, you still have access to the same accommodations as two travelers, so you will typically pay the same rate as if you were traveling with a companion.

*(2)  All reservations must be made well in advance (1 and 2 month is recommended especially during the months June, July and August). Earlier is better due to restrictions on the numbers of peoples in Machu picchu.

*(3)  Importan Note:..We can customize and tailor-make your trip to suit your specific needs and desires – whatever these may be. Our primary concerns are your safety and comfort. All of our packages are built to be as fully inclusive as possible while still giving you the flexibility to spend your vacation time as you wish.


  Informations for Travelers:

⇒  Peru is located on the central west coast of South America: 

Its neighboring countries are: Ecuador and Colombia to the N; Chile to the S; Brazil and Bolivia to the E; and the Pacific Ocean to the W. It is the third largest country in South America, with a surface area of 1 285 215,6 km2 (larger than France, Spain, and Germany combined) distributed approximately in the following manner: 12% coastal territory, 28% Andean highlands and 60% Amazon jungle. Its capital, Lima, is located in the coastal area, where the country's greatest economic activities take place.

⇒  Time Zone:

Peruvian time is five hours past Greenwich Mean Time and is similar to Eastern Standard Time in the United States (except when the U.S. goes on daylight savings time from April to October). In reference to other cities, when it is noon in Peru, it is: Santiago de Chile and Caracas 13:00 Rio de Janeiro 14:00 New York 12:00 Tokyo 03:00

⇒  Weather:

 Peru's climate may be divided into two: The Western Andes and the Desert Coast. On the Coast, it does not rain and the temperature is warm trough the year. On the other hand, in the Andes, there are two seasons: Rainy and dry. As Cusco is situated in the Eastern Andes its rainy season is between October and May.

The rest of the year, it is dry: Rainy time, starting in October/ November has its own maximum in January, continuing until March/ April. In some years, it has meant landslides, floods, etc.
In High altitude cities, it is cold in the evenings but sunny and warm in the mornings. It is even possible to wear t-shirts, but when the sun sets it gets really chilly so please bring a warm sweater (or buy an alpaca one in Cusco) and a good jacket.

⇒  Altitude :
- Lima: Sea level, 54 m / 177 ft (a.s.l) (above sea level)
- Cusco: 3,360 m / 11, 028 ft (a.s.l)
- Machu Picchu: 2,400 m / 7,875 ft (a.s.l)
- Urubamba Valley: 2,850 m / 9,348 ft (a.s.l)

⇒  Water
Tap water in most of Peru is potable, but the chemical content varies from place to
place. To avoid problems, we recommend you to always drink bottled water.

⇒  Visas
All travelling passengers should refer to their closest Peruvian Embassy to check which visas are required, although current visa requirements may be subject to change at any time.

⇒  Language
The official languages of Peru are Spanish, spoken by 73% of the population, and
Quechua spoken by 24% of Peruvians. English is widely spoken in hotels and shops.

⇒  Currency
Peru's official currency is the Nuevo sol ; its symbol is S/. The denominations in circulation are bills of 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 nuevos soles; coins of 1, 2, and 5 nuevos soles; and coins of 5, 10, 20 and 50 céntimos of a nuevo sol. US$ are widely accepted. At the moment, US$ 1.00 is worth around 3.20 Nuevos Soles.

⇒  Tipping
Whilst tipping is a personal matter, we are happy to give some guidelines: Most restaurants add a 10% tip. The total tip should be about 15%.Doorkeepers should be tipped 1 US$ per bag. Taxi drivers do not expect a tip.

⇒ Photography:

If you are taking photographs of local people, always ask their permission beforehand. Your guide can assist you in this. Do not take photographs of military installations or airports. Film is readily available in all tourist areas. It is advisable to carry your camera in a dust-proof bag. Photography or camera fees are applicable at most sights and museums; your guide can give you details of the latest charges.

⇒  Electricity:

Peru's electrical current is 220 volts AC 60 cycles. However, special travel adapters can be purchased to enable all normal plugs to fit all mains sockets.

⇒  Vaccinations:

Full details of the latest health requirements should be obtained from an authorized medical source, such as your doctor and/or HBS Health Services (ask for Sharon Follayttar). There are no mandatory health requirements for Peru. Because you are visiting Andean areas, don't forget to take precautions to avoid altitude sickness. Be sure to try hot tea or infusion of coca leaves on your arrival in the altitude; during your first day move slowly and eat lightly.

⇒  Peruvian Gastronomy:
Peruvian cuisine is highly varied and spicy. Some of our typical dishes are: "cebiche" (raw fish marinated in lemon juice), "aji de gallina" (de-boned chicken cooked in a milk and aji sauce), and "anticuchos" (shish kebabs of beef heart and meat), apart from the typical dishes from each region. Be sure to try "Pisco Sour", Peru's typical mixed drink prepared with pisco, lemon, egg white and sugar.

  Details that help:

√  Cusco - Machu Picchu hotels are in high demand this dates
√  Children 2 and younger are complimentary.
√  At least 2 people are required for the private tour to take place.
√  Double occupancy room rates are per person, based on a minimum of 2 people sharing a room with twin or double beds.
√  Single rooms for 1 occupant are priced per person.
√  Book based on your desired hotel class: Budget, Best Value, or Luxury.
√  Tour is offered in English and Spanish.
√  This activity begins at Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, and ends at Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima.
√  Please provide your flight details to arrange
√  Pickup is available from Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima on day 1. Please provide your flight details to arrange


⇒ The  Flight: Lima / Cusco/ Lima are not included in the tour but we can help book. Consider it!


⇒ Important Recommendations: (to carry with you)

 ⇒ Important:  Personal Items:

→ Spare contact lenses or prescription glasses. Make sure you have glasses along if you regularly wear contact lens.
→ Biodegradable soap/shampoo, wet wipes, tooth brush, tooth paste, etc.
→ Light towel
→ Sun screen min. SPF 30 and lip balm
→ Freezer Ziploc bags, to protect camera, binoculars, etc. from dust.
→ Toilet paper. Bring 2-3 rolls along and always have one in your day pack.
→ Energy bars, or chocolate bars, dry fruit or sweets
→ Powdered sports drinks (e.g. Isostar or Gatorade) to remove taste from treated water and improve hydration.

⇒ Personal First Aid Kit:
→ Aspirin / Tylenol / Ibuprofen
→ Diarrhea (Imodium)
→ Antibiotic (Cipro) (consult your physician - prescription required)
→ Gastrointestinal medication (Pepto Bismol)
→ Diamox (not necessary, a question of personal choice. Check with your physician -prescription required)
→ Band aids, sterile gauze pads, porous adhesive tape, bandages, blister pads (Moleskin or similar)
→ Flu and cold medication, throat lozenges and nasal decongestant
→ Insect repellent
→Instant hand sanitizer

⇒ Optional Items:
→ Camera, Film/Memory cards, batteries.
→ 1 pair of rain pants
→ Fleece bottoms
→ Small binoculars
→ Small notebook (like Moleskin) & pencil
→ Money pouch (with drawstring to hang over your neck)
→ Altimeter, or watch with altimeter function
→ Hiking gaiters (ankle high)
→ Plug adapter and current converter. Peru's electrical current is 220 volts AC 60 cycles.
→ Spanish phrasebook


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