Peru Tours & Holidays

Peru is an indomitable land of deserts etched with ancient geoglyphs, rainforests teeming with wildlife, and soaring peaks harbouring secret cities.

While many travellers come to visit one of South America's most famous sites, the ruins of Machu Picchu, the real Peru lies within its warm, proud inhabitants – many of whom can trace their bloodlines back to the Incas. What you might not expect is the foodie bonanza found in Lima or the adventures that await you in the ancient capital of Cusco. Whether you’re exploring the cobbled streets of Arequipa, bobbing on the floating islands of Lake Titicaca or learning about mummies in Nazca, our Peru tours will have you feeling like a modern-day Indiana Jones. Just don’t forget to pack your fedora.

Peru tour reviews

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Classic Peru

Andrea · Traveled June 2024
This trip was nothing short of magical. Besides seeing the incredible sights I learned so much about Peruvian culture and history!
Review submitted 29 Jun 2024

Classic Peru

Frederic · Traveled June 2024
This trip exceeded all my expectations! Machu Picchu, rainbow mountain and the floating islands on lake Titicaca were amazing. But our guide added a very personal dimension to this trip that made it wonderful!
Review submitted 29 Jun 2024

Classic Peru

Tamanna · Traveled June 2024
I'd definitely recommend this trip! I learnt so much about Peruvian history, culture, food and ecosystem. Machu Picchu was the real highlight. Luis was an exceptional guide who went above and beyond to make sure the group were comfortable and safe.
Review submitted 30 Jun 2024

Inca Trail Express

Selina · Traveled June 2024
Well organised and fun trip, bucket list experience. Carmen was an excellent group leader. Encouraging and engaging with excellent knowledge of Incan history. The porters and chefs are also all incredible, bring enough cash to tip generously because they deserve it! (We each paid 200 soles to split between them) Be aware that if you rent a sleeping bag this is 2kg and is included in the 5kg weight limit for the porters. I recommend packing your day pack as light as possible as this will hinder you with the higher ascents during the trek. One roll of toilet paper should be enough. TP is provided at camp and you only really need it during the toilet stops during the hike (I had two rolls and this was too many, took up too much space in my bag). Expect to be off grid for most of the hike (even providers that said they covered the whole trail didn’t). Be prepared for a tough hike, especially days 2 and 3. Prep with a stair master and work on your general fitness before arrival. Also recommend bringing Diamox as you don’t want any altitude sickness to affect your trip.
Review submitted 27 Jun 2024

Sacred Land of the Incas

Haile · Traveled June 2024
Wonderful trip full of things that most tourists don’t get to see. Our guide, Tina, made sure we felt completely safe and comfortable
Review submitted 02 Jul 2024

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Peru at a glance

  • CAPITAL CITY

    Lima (population 11 million)

  • POPULATION

    34 million

  • CURRENCY

    Peruvian Sol (PEN)

  • LANGUAGE

    Spanish, Quechua

  • TIME ZONE

    (GMT-05:00) Bogota, Lima, Quito, Rio Branco

  • CALLING CODE

    +51

  • ELECTRICITY

    Type A (North American/Japanese 2-pin) Type B (American 3-pin) Type C (European 2-pin)

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