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Peru Amazon Andes Peaks 10 days

The Peru Amazon Andes Peaks tour takes you from Lima to Puno, to the Peruvian jungle, to the Machu Picchu Inca city and to Lake Titicaca in between.

This 10 day colorful tour will have you digging deeper into the Peruvian people and culture, exploring the lush and diverse landscape, drinking Pisco sours throughout and indulging in one of the world’s best culinary cultures.

In this trip you will:

  • Visit Machu Picchu, the world-famous ‘hidden’ Inca city
  • Explore Titicaca lake, highest and biggest lake of South-America. Here you will experience a native homestay with a local family
  • Spend 3 nights in the Amazon jungle rainforest
  • Stay at Lima and Cusco city


Day 1
Arrive in exciting city of Lima, one of the world’s top culinary cultures. Spend free time exploring the historical and colorful Peruvian capital.
Start with a stop to the Plaza de Armas for Peru’s own Tunki coffee together with a chicharron; a deep fried pork, fried sweet potatoes and red onion sandwich.
Stay at the Hotel Miraflores Lodge (or comparable) in Miraflores.

Day 2
Fly to Puerto Maldonado – Deep in the Peruvian Amazon. Nearly 50% of the world’s plant and animal life live in the Amazon jungle; there’s 1800 species of butterflies and 200 species of mosquito.
Take a two-hour boat trip to the jungle lodge. Head into the jungle with a guide and learn about the Amazon’s wildlife, jungle food and flora and fauna.
Stay at the jungle lodge.

Day 3
Early wake up for a boat ride where we hope to spot giant river otters, caimen, hoatzin and wading birds.

In the afternoon make an optional walk in the jungle forest.

Day 4
Leave the Amazon jungle by boat and back to Puerto Maldonado. Take a flight to Cusco. Acclimate in Cusco in preparation for Machu Picchu.

Once you acclimate to the altitude (you’re at about 3300m or 10,826 ft.), you will be able to appreciate Cusco. Aside from the Plaza de Armas, Sacred Valley and the abundance of Inca ruins, Cusco is also an amazing place with cobblestone streets, bars, restaurants and shops.
See if you can spot the huge ‘Viva el Peru’ carved into the side of a hill.

Stay at the Puma Hotel (or comparable) close to the center with a beautiful view on the ancient city.

Day 5 Explore Cusco and take in the local lure, culture sights and local sights during your free time. A daytrip into the Sacred vally, including Ollantaytampo, is definitely one of the options to choose.

Optional: a Instead of a visit you can do a 2-day ‘light‘ Inca trail to Machu Pucchu, starting today (reservation at least 4 months in advance and extra cost about 90 dollar). You will leave on day 5 so miss this extra day to spend in Cusco.

Day 6 Machu Picchu is a World Heritage site. This 15th-century Incan citadel site is located 2,430 metres (7,970 ft) above sea level. Set high up in in the Andes Mountains in Peru, in the Cusco Region, it is in the Urubamba Province, above the Urubamba River Valley.

By train to Aquas calientes and Machu Picchu. Explore Machu Picchu on a guided tour, after that free time to explore or (with permits) climb Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain.

Return to Cusco by train (to Ollantaytambo) and bus to relax, unwind and spend free time exploring Cusco’s ambiance, eateries and sights.

Day 7
Catch a bus to Puno, on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest and biggest lake of South-America. Enjoy the beautiful sceneries of the Altiplano on the way.
Stay at the city lake hotel (or comparable).

Day 8
Take a boat across Lake Titicaca to the Uros’ floating reed islands, continue to Amantani Island.

Enjoy a homestay with a local Urus Indian family. Indulge in some home cooking, a few local beers and a bit of musical entertainment. You will be asked to join in. So, don’t be shy.

Day 9
Indulge in a breakfast with your host family. Take time to explore the island.
Board an afternoon boat back to Puno.
Stay at the city lake hotel.

Day 10
Trip ends in the morning, after breakfast in Puno. Fly from Juliaca to Lima.
If you have free time, you can explore the shops around the airport in Juliaca.

Indication price: USD 1600
What`s included: 3 local flights, visit Machu Picchu, hotels and breakfast, most entrances.

Optional travel changes:

  • Day 5: Instead of a visit you can do a 2-day ‘light‘ private Inca trail to Machu Picchu (reservation at least 4 months in advance and extra cost about 300 dollar). You will leave on day 5 so miss that day in Cusco.
  • Day 4: Instead of local flight from Puerto Maldonado to Cusco, you can also choose for a fascinating long bustour (12 hours) in a luxury touringcar, climbing up the mountains to Cusco over the new road between Brazil and Lima (this saves about 120 dollar). Note: This cannot be combined with the 2-day Inca trail to Machu Picchu, so you will make the 1-day visit to Machu Picchu.


Thank you for the excellent time here. It was the perfect way to end our trip in Peru.
Keep on the good job you guys are doing and see you next time.

Paul & Mirela, Romania. June 2015

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Still one day left but we absolutely love it here! So incredible to see so many different species! A great place for biodiversity and eco-tourism – would recommend to everyone. Two thumbs up!!

Kate & Simon Harvey, Canada, June 2015

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Marco made the jungle fun and exciting.
The most unique and exhillerating experience ever.
The highlight of this trip was seeing the endangered Giant Otters.

Russell and Andrew Davis, June 2014

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Marcos did a fantastic job guiding us in the jungle! His English was excellent, he was very knowledgable about the flora and fauna. He was professional, caring and informative. We were so thankful that he was our guide!

Karen & Jens Nielsen 6-6-2014

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By Marco this visit to the Amazone has become unforgettable to us. Would you like to use his services than we will recommend him for sure. On the picture you will see Marco in a lodge to join us in a giant otters.

Peter en Marian Schijfs (from Holland)

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During the day you can also see, parrots, monkeys, snakes, birds…. be aware, that you’re not in a zoo, this means you can have luck and see a lot of animals and sometimes you’re not.
It was an amazing trip in the jungle, I really can recommend Marco as a tourgide. He’s reliable and makes good tours!

Natascha (from Zürich, Switzerland)

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