Luxury Tours to Machu Picchu
Immerse your self in the world of the Incas when you go to Peru with Cox & Kings. Love insider experiences, remarkable surroundings, unique cultural communications and a host of unforgettable moments using one of your Peru deluxe tours.
See the sights in the capital city of Lima. Explore the Plaza Mayor (main square), and the residential areas of San Isidro and Miraflores. Visit Casa Aliaga, South America's best-preserved colonial mansion, and see the Larco Herrera Museum’s incredible assortment of pre-Columbian artifacts.
Travel south of Lima to go to the 17th-century Casa Hacienda San José, the oldest distillery inside Americas, while the seaside city of Paracas. Set about a nautical voyage on gorgeous Ballestas Islands, that are house to penguins, sea lions, and thousands of wild birds, such as the blue-footed booby. And soar above the enigmatic Nazca Lines on a sightseeing journey.
Travel to the Sacred Valley for the Incas, which lies regarding the financial institutions associated with mighty Urubamba River. Find the huge fortress of Sacsayhuaman and admire the innovative design for the Incas. Spend an unique visit to the area community of Inca Trail porters and Peruvian weavers in Willoq.
Take a scenic train trip to Machu Picchu. Rediscovered in 1911 by Hiram Bingham, Machu Picchu may be the just recognized Inca city to remain intact. Take a guided tour of the citadel's agricultural terraces, royal homes and temples — and do a little exploring by yourself.
Explore Cusco, the town in which Inca legends satisfy colonial history. Browse Santo Domingo Monastery, built atop the Inca temple of Koricancha, the lovely San Blas area plus the ornate cathedral during the Plaza de Armas.
Peru is also residence into virgin rainforest of Amazon. From your forest lodge near Puerto Maldonado, begin guided walks through the woodland in search of monkeys, butterflies and toucans. Look at the family of huge otters during a journey by foot and canoe into pond system of Condenado. When you look at the evenings, simply take nocturnal forest walks and place caiman across the Tambopata River.