Explore the Ancient City
Machu Picchu was an on-going project like many of the Inca structures in the Cusco region, before it had to be abandoned at the arrival of the Spanish. Some researchers think it was a modern model town, their next step in architectural and cultural development. We recommend you to let these tours fascinate you with the mystery of the Inca people.
Lima & Cusco to Machu Picchu
A cultural tour that starts in the current capital of Peru, a good start to a better understanding of the history of Peru during colonial times. We then head to Cusco, the capital of the Inca empire, the Sacred Valley, and finally to the Inca's famous and iconic, Machu Picchu.
Cusco & Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
There are many Inca trails, each with its own historical purpose depending on use, commercial and trading, military, or simply royalty trails. Come hike for 4 days instead of jus taking the train. The paths await you...
Tambopata to Machu Picchu
One of the all time favorites, combining the best of Peru: it's amazing flora and fauna diversity, with the fascinating history of the Inca empire ending with a trip to Machu Picchu. River journeys, cloud forest sounds, its lifestyle, plus mind-blowing Inca buildings, and amazing Peruvian food. What else can a traveler ask for?
cusco & machu picchu to uyuni salt flats
This is not just a trip. It's an expedition with stunning landscapes, and if you are into photography (like we are) this tour is a treat for your lens. Peru and Bolivia are our destinations with visits to Cusco and Machu Picchu. We'll also take a road trip across Bolivia towards a salt flat desert containing over 11 billion tons of salt!
Machu Picchu is still an enigma. Regardless of investigations and studies it remains a mystery, evoking a sense of discovery and exploration that hides deep within oneself.
The journey will also take you to the high altitudes of Lake Titicaca region, offering colder temperatures and warmth and hospitality of their people. This small island will remind you of the importance of sharing and cooperation; two values that encompass the native lifestyle.