Below are some sample itineraries to get you started. If you would like to visit somewhere not mentioned here just ask us - we can never include all possible areas and everything we do is tailor-made.
Itineraries are classified as follows: Classic: Our favourite itineraries. Group: Escorted group tours. Press: Itineraries we have prepared to accompany press articles. Specialist: Specialist itineraries, such as trekking, rafting, fishing or riding.
Classic itineraries (just Peru)
Classic Peru - experience the living culture of Peru through its colourful, authentic Andean cities, sacred lakes and iconic Inca ruins
A wonderful 14 day sweep through the majestic Andes of southern Peru visiting colonial cities, steep terraced valleys, high lakes, lush valleys and the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.
Family Peru - an action-packed, culturally rich, multi-activity adventure for all ages through Peru's heartland
A 9 day itinerary crafted by our partners Amazonas Explorer, and tested by their children. With paddle-boarding, chocolate making, biking, canoeing and hiking mixed into wonderful cultural experiences, this trip will appeal to active travellers of all ages. Suitable for over 8's.
An 11 day itinerary exploring the lost civilations and dramatic landscapes of the country's north.
Classic itineraries (including other countries)
Northern Grand Tour - a journey through the northern Andean countries of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Colombia
This 19 day itinerary travels through some of the countries which once made up Simon Bolivar's 'Gran Colombia' and ends on the Caribbean. It is a wonderful introduction to South America and is best from April to November.
A 16 day journey combining two of South America's most iconic attractions: Peru's stunning Andean scenery, colourful markets and the one-time Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, and the nature and wildlife paradise of the Galapagos islands.
Specialist itineraries (just Peru)
Walking in Peru - from the classic Inca trail to less-trodden paths through the Sacred Valley and hikes in the Cordillera Blanca
The Inca, despite their other successes, never discovered the wheel - and perhaps they didn't need it, because Peru is a country made for walking.