Peru Tour Packages 15 days -Group Tours

Starting at Per Person : $ .00

Tour TypeHistory, Cultural, Ecology

Tour DistanceAll tour is done by transportation


ConsiderationsWe will book your Machu Picchu entrance and train tickets

SeasonFrom April to December

Trail ClosetOpen all year


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Overview of Peru Tour Packages 15 days: Cusco, Puno, Arequipa, Nazca, Ica and Lima

Day 1:
Arrival to Lima and free afternoon

Arrival in the city of Lima Capital of Peru, Reception by our representative at Jorge Chavez airport and private transfer to your selected hotel, Overnight in Lima

Day 2:
Lima- City tour 1/2 day

In the afternoon, you’ll meet your English-speaking guide for your exciting tour of Lima, which will take you to the city’s main historical, religious, and more interesting contemporary sites.

Day 3:
Tour Ica – Ballestas Islands Tour – Huacachina

At 4:00 AM  we will pick up from your hotel, We will travel 245 kilometers along the Pan-American Highway until we reach Paracas a tourist resort in the province of Pisco.

Day 4:
Fligh on the Nazca Lines –  Overnight bus to Arequipa

Flight over the Nazca Lines, you will be able to observe up to 12 of the most enigmatic figures for 35 minutes: 1. The Whale, 2. Trapezoids, 3. Astronaut, 4. Monkey, 5. Dog, 6. Condor, 7. Spider, 8. Hummingbird , 9. Alcatraz/Flamingo, 10. Parrot, 11. The Hands, 12. The Tree

Day 5:
Arequipa City tour

In this day, you will have free morning to explore some of the section of the city, before you will start an afternoon city tour

Day 6:
Chivay- Condor cross- Overnight in Chivay

Early in the morning  we’ll depart for the “Cruz del Condor”, place where the canyon begins from this point, we will enjoy its depth. In this beautiful landscape, you will also have the opportunity to view the condor in its natural habitat. in the afternoon where you can enjoy the hot springs and enjoy a nice dinner after checking-in to your hotel.

Day 7:
Bus from  Chivay – Colca Canyon – Puno

On this day, you will have a bus tour of the countryside while on your way to Puno. We will arrive in the town of Puno

Day 8:
Puno -Urus- Taquile Island- Puno Hotel night

In the morning, we will board a boat and take a tour of the fascinating Uros Floating Islands and Taquile Island. You will see how the people have constructed these islands entirely of reeds. You will then continue to Taquile Island, where the locals are known for their fine handwoven textiles and clothing, which are regarded as among the highest-quality handcrafts in Peru.

Day 9:
Bus to Cuso, La Raya – Rachi – Andahuaylillas- Rachi- Cusco

You will have a bus tour of the countryside while on your way to Cusco,  We will make stops at La Raya pass then to Incan temple of Raqchi and finilly to Andahuyalillas which is considered the Sistine Chapel of the Andes, we arrive in Cusco and stay overnight in a hotel.

Day 10:
Free morning and Afternoon Cusco City Tour

After a free morning you will come to your hotel to pick you up and start the Cusco city tour

Day 11:
Cusco, Sacred Valley -Overnight in Agua Caliente

We will pick you up from your hotel in the morning for a tour of the Sacred Valley. We will stop in Pisac to visit the market and the nearby ruins and continue to the scenic town of Ollantaytambo. In the evening we will take a train from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes.

Day 12:
Machu Picchu Tour and Returning to Cusco

After breakfast, our guide will pick you up from your hostel/hotel and lead you to the bus station where you will board a bus to Machu Picchu.

Day 13:
Free day

You can do a walking tour in the city or just relaxs or do any other tour you wanted

Day 14:
Rainbow Mountain full day

Our day will begin with an early pickup from your accommodation in Cusco, between 4:30 and 5:00 am. Our private transportation will take you from the south of Cusco to the town of Cusipata.

Day 15:
End of the journey

We will drive you to the airport and say goodbye!

New Regulations

In January 2019, changes to the Machu Picchu visitation rules were implemented. Now, entrance tickets to the citadel are sold for specific time slots, starting at 6:00 AM, 7:00 AM, 8:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, and 2:00 PM.

With this new entry system, visitors board the bus to Machu Picchu one hour or 30 minutes before the visitation time printed on their ticket. This way, they do not have to endure unnecessary queues in Machu Picchu Pueblo, nor do they contribute to crowding at the entrances to the Inca city.

Meanwhile, visitors who wish to walk to Machu Picchu must depart one and a half hours before their designated visitation time.

In January 2021, new visitation routes or circuits were introduced at Machu Picchu with the aim of preserving the archaeological site for future generations. Each visitor follows a circuit according to the type of entrance ticket they have purchased, whether it’s for visiting Machu Picchu only, Huayna Picchu mountain, or Machupicchu mountain.

For more detailed information about the different circuits and specific entrance schedules, we invite you to read this link on Schedules and New Circuits for Visiting Machu Picchu or to contact us directly. We can provide you with all the necessary information and address any questions you may have.


Day 1: Arrival to Lima.

Highlight of the day: Welcome to Peru

Upon your arrival in Lima, we will transfer you to the hotel of your choice. After you arrive, you will have free time to take a short rest.

Day 2: Lima City Tour

Highlight of the day: Visit the Cathedral of Lima where Francisco Pizarro is buried

Upon your arrival in Lima, we will transfer you to the hotel of your choice. After you arrive, you will have free time to take a short rest.

In the afternoon, you’ll meet your English-speaking guide for your exciting tour of Lima, which will take you to the city’s main historical, religious, and more interesting contemporary sites. Stops include the ruins of Huaca Pucllana in Miraflores followed by a visit to the colonial Plaza Mayor in the historic center. Here you’ll see the Government Palaces, the Cathedral where Francisco Pizarro is buried, and the San Francisco Monastery, famous for its catacombs where over 250,000 human bones are still on display. You’ll then check out some modern, upscale areas, including Larcomar, and return to your hotel in the early evening.

Hotel night in Lima.

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Day 3: Lima – Ballestas Islands Ica -Huacachina

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Day 4: Flight on the Nazca Lines – Overnight bus to Arequipa

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Day 5: Free morning and afternoon Arequipa City tour

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Day 6: Chivay- Condor cross- Overnight in Chivay

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Day 7: Bus from  Chivay – Colca Canyon – Puno

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Day 8: Puno -Urus- Taquile Island- Puno Hotel night

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Day 9: Bus to Cuso, La Raya – Rachi – Andahuaylillas- Rachi- Cusco

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Day 10: Free morning and Afternoon Cusco City Tour

Highlight of the day: You will visit Sacsahuaman, Qenqo. Pukapura, Tambomachay and the  Tempol of the Sun


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Day 11: Cusco, Sacred Valley including Salt mine and Moray -Overnight in Agua Caliente

Highlight of the day: You will visit  Chicheros, Salt Mines of Maras, Moray  Ollantaytambo, Aguas Calientes


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Day 12: Machu Picchu Tour and Returning to Cusco

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Day 13: Free day

Highlight of the day: Relax day

In the morning you will make a City Tour in Lima, passing by the most important places of the city. In the afternoon you will have a chance to visit your choice of the many museums in Lima or other tourist attractions. You may also spend the day wondering the city center and experiencing the famous Peruvian cuisine the city is famous for.

Day 14: Rainbow Mountain Full day Hike

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Day 14: Lima – End of tour

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We will escort you to the airport when your flight approaches and wish you a fair well for the next step of your journey.

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Options Pricing

Our prices include the tours, transportation and accommodation. But they chance according to the type of accommodations you prefer. We divide them in three categories:

PLEASE NOTE: Regardless of the type of accommodation you choose, tours and transport are included. Also, the prices above are for group tours (except for the trails, that are in private tours), if you want to change all of them to private tours, let us know and we will pass you the new prices.

you can visit our Tripadvisor: TRIPADVISOR INTI SUN TREK


Choose your Hotel from the list below, and let us know your preference in the moment of the booking.


Economic: Hostal The Place –  El Ducado – Pirwa

Confort:  Carmel – Embajadores – Mariel

Luxury:  Casa Andina – Terra Viva – Jose Antonio


Economic: Hatun Quilla – Mama Simona – Pirwa

Confort:  Gracilaso – Pension Alemana – Amaru

Luxury: Casa Andina – Terra Viva – Jose Antonio


Economic: La Payacha – Continental – El Tambo

Confort: Waman – Imperio

Luxury: Casa Andina – La Cabaña


Economic:  Pirwa – Colon Inn

Confort: Sol Plaza Hotel

Luxury: Casa Andina – Terra Viva – Eco Inn


Economic:  Pirwa – Marlon´s House – Torres de Uguarte

Confort: Los Tambos

Luxury: Casa Andina – Terra Viva – Corregidor


Economic:  Colca Inn

Confort:  La casa de Mama Yachi – Eco Inn – Pozo del Cielo

Luxury: Casa Andina  – Eco Inn – Pozo del Cielo


Economic:  Pirwa

Confort:  Oasis

Luxury:Casa Andina –  Majoro


Economic:  Torontel

Confort:  Sol de Ica – Las Flores

Luxury:  Las Dunas


What is Included:

All Accommodation:

  • 3 Nights in Cusco
  • 1 Night in a Hotel in Aguas Calientes
  • 2 Nights in a Hotel in Puno
  • 1 Night in Chivay
  • 1 Night in Arequipa
  • 1 Night in Nazca
  • 1 Night in Ica
  • 2 Nights in Lima

Please follow the links for the Itineraries and Inclusions of the following tours:

Cusco City Tour:
Sacred Valley Tour:
Machu Picchu Tour:
Bus to Puno Tour:
Bus to Chivay Tour
Uros Floating Island Tour:
Colca Canyon Tour
Nazca Lines Tour
Ballestas Islands Tour
Ica Tour

All Transportation:

  • Airport pick up and drop off
  • Tourist Bus
  • tickets from Cusco to Puno, Arequipa to Nazca
  • Boat to Urus and Taquile Island
  • Airplane to view Nazca Lines
  • Boat to Ballestas Islands
  • Machu Picchu
  • An experienced tour guide

Not Included:

-Entrance Fees:

  • Tourist attractions in Lima, Arequipa, Puno, Nazca (museums ect.)
  • Sun Temple (Cusco)
  • Cusco’s Cathedral
  • Partial tourist ticket or (Boleto turistico)
  • Meals not mentioned in the Itineraries above
  • Your International and domestic flights

Important Information:

Please read the FAQ section on our website to familiarize yourself with our tours before you leave.

What to bring

What you need to bring

  • Original passport and migration card (TAM)
  • Sneakers or hiking shoes
  • water
  • We strongly recommend to bring your Camel Back and water canteen due to that government of Peru will not allow disposable plastic bottles anymore on the Inca trail and in Machu Picchu.
  • Raincoat (long poncho) during the rainy season.
  • Warm jacket
  • Gloves and hat
  • Long-sleeved shirts
  • T-shirts
  • Long pants.
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen, sunhat, sunglasses
  • Binoculars
  • Medicine and / or personal items/toiletries
  • Toilet paper
  • A backpack or lightweight suitcase (between 5-6 kilos for tours in Machu Picchu)
  • Camera or camcorder, film, memory cards
  • Cash in small denominations of Peruvian nuevo soles
  • Bathing suit for the hot springs (optional)

before you go

When is the best time to visit Peru

The best time to visit Peru is between the months of May and September (Peru’s winter). This is the dry season in the Andes Mountains, therefore it’s the best time to see the most popular sites like Machu Picchu, Cusco and the Inca Trail. The best time to visit coastal Lima is the opposite, between December and April (Peru’s summer). During the summer months you can enjoy Lima’s warm sunshine and avoid the chilly mist and clouds of winter.

How much time do I need to visit Peru

You can see the top sites of Peru in as little as four days, while you can get the full breadth of the country in two weeks. The majority of visitors spend somewhere in between — around a week to 10 days depending on what destinations they wish to see. Travelers focused on the beloved Andean sites of Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley and Cusco need a week or so. Travelers wanting to see the coast, mountains and rainforest should plan 10-11 days. Additional destinations like Lake Titicaca, Arequipa and Nazca Lines each add another 2-4 days.

Do I need a visa?

Visitors from the United States, Canada, European Union, Australia, New Zealand and select other countries do not need a tourist visa to visit Peru. Peruvian Immigrations will mark your passport upon arrival to Peru with how many days you are permitted to stay, typically 90 days. Remember that your passport must be valid for more than six months after your departure date. For specific information about additional countries’ visa requirements, visit VisaHQ.

What vaccinations should I get??

In general, all travelers should have their routine vaccinations up-to-date, plus Hepatitis A and Typhoid vaccines (especially those staying in rural areas). Yellow fever vaccine is recommended for those visiting the Amazon rainforest. For more information, visit the CDC Peru website and speak with your doctor for information about vaccination recommendations and requirements when traveling to Peru.!!

What language is spoken in Peru

The primary language spoken throughout Peru is Spanish. Other official languages of Peru are the indigenous languages of Quechua and Aymara, which you will hear more in rural areas. English is not widely spoken in Peru, though you can get by with no problem with the help of guides, hotel personnel and language translation apps. It is helpful to learn some basic Spanish before your trip if possible as well.

Is Peru safe?

Yes, Peru is a safe tourist destination. Violent crime is no more common in Peru than any other tourist destination in the world. Of course, like anywhere, you should exercise caution to avoid petty crime like robbery by keeping your valuables secure and avoiding dark, non-touristy places at night. Be aware of your surroundings, know your route and keep your personal items secure and you will be fine.

Is tap water safe to drink?

In Peru, the tap water is not safe to drink. For drinking water, stick to bottled water. We recommend brands like San Mateo and San Luis, which can be found at any corner bodega or supermarket. Tap water boiled vigorously for a minute or more is also safe for hot beverages, although those with a sensitive stomach should boil bottled water instead. The tap water is fine for brushing your teeth, just avoid swallowing it.

What is the best mode of transportation

Our Peru packages include all your secure transfers and transport with specific pickup locations for your ease and convenience. For any independent exploring throughout the city, we recommend simply booking a secure taxi through your hotel. Or, you can use a rideshare app like Uber or Cabify. We recommend apps like Uber over hailing a street taxi, so that you can confirm your driver/vehicle and easily visualize your route. The street bus system can be a bit tricky to navigate, but Lima’s Metropolitano offers easy rides to the historic center.

What kind of adapter/converter do I need for my electronics?

Peru uses a 220 volt, 60 cycle current while the US uses a 120 volt supply. Luckily, most laptops, cameras and mobile phones can accept dual voltage (110V/220V) , but be sure to confirm before plugging in. Other electronics, like hair straighteners, are likely 110V so you will need a converter for those. Conveniently, the outlets in Peru are often the two-pronged flat type like in the US, especially at popular hotels, but in some locations you will find the two or three prong circular kind. It’s a good idea to bring both a converter and adapter just in case. However, the converter can be skipped if you are sure your electronics are dual voltage

Can I use the ATMs?

Yes, and they are plentiful in the major cities. You can step into any BCP, Scotiabank, Interbank, BBVA Continental or others and use their ATM with your debit card for a $3-$6 fee. The machines at these banks all have options in English. Opt to use an ATM located inside a bank rather than on the street for higher security.

Is Lima worth visiting?

Lima is a very interesting metro area with many things to see. There is a historic central area, a beautiful coastline with 2+ miles of continuous parks, an artsy bohemian district and a world-renowned culinary scene. You can stay at a comfortable hotel in the popular Miraflores, San Isidro or Barranco districts and enjoy day tours or wander around at your leisure sampling the amazing food and wandering into the shops. Keep in mind that between the months of June and October it is extremely cloudy and often misty in Lima, the rest of the year is more moderate and sunny.

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