Latin America
Peru
Private Trip
Peru Family Private
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Peru Family Vacation

Time Travel

Discover the Incan capital of Cuzco, take in colonial Spanish art and architecture throughout the valley, and of course, explore ancient Incan sites from the fantastic ruins of Pisac to the magnificent Sun Gate at Machu Picchu. Along the way, encounter traditional masters of craft: from Peruvian hat makers to tile makers and charming fabric weavers.

Trip Details

Hotels:
Signature

Signature

We use premium hotels that are unique expressions of the region. Often they’ve had a previous life as a monastery or a castle, but in every case they offer an exceptionally comfortable stay.

Bistro

These are stylish 4-star properties that offer a casual and comfortable stay. Often without a 24-hour concierge or room service, they tend to be smaller family-run hotels that are perfect for the region.

Level:
Recreational

Occasional

“I can’t say I really ‘work out,’ but I’m in good shape and am relatively active.”

Recreational

“I enjoy a good walk or ride, and feel comfortable while on the move.”

Enthusiast

“I get moving at least once a week, and don’t mind a little sweat.”

Avid

“I get moving a few times per week and enjoy some exertion.”

Expert

“I want to feel invigorated each day and going hard how I like to do that.”

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Type:
Private

Small group

The right number of like-minded travellers to make new friends.

Private

Your dates. Your group. Our expertly-designed itinerary.

Custom

Tailored to your interests, a bespoke travel experience.

Support:
Locally-Supported

Self-Guided

Combines the hallmarks of any B&R itinerary (excellent hotels and beautiful routes) with the freedom of pacing each day exactly the way you like.

Locally Supported

Our friends on the ground are there to set you up with insider access and expert tips—then disappear when you’d prefer to be on your own.

Guided

Our B&R guides are with you throughout, anticipating needs, translating languages, providing advice and—above all—facilitating fun.

Lima to Lima
8 Days / 7 Nights

Best Time to Visit

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Day by Day

Arrive at the Jorge Chavez International Airport; typically international flights arrive in the late evening. You’ll be met by your driver and taken to the Miraflores Park Hotel for the evening and a well deserved rest.

Today we fly to Cuzco before driving to the Sacred Valley of the Incas and getting acclimatized to the altitude. In the afternoon you can explore Urubamba to get a sense of daily Valley life or enjoy views of the Valley from the comfort of your hotel balcony and spend the afternoon relaxing in the sun.

We mount up for a ride today on Peruvian Paso horses through Andean villages bordered by the Sacred Valley’s snow-covered mountain peaks. You’ll have lunch today in Maras and visit the famous salt ponds.

This morning you’ll visit the authentic Quechua Andean Community where you’ll participate in daily activities, including knitting and other crafts, and walk the crop fields. After lunch we head to the Pisac Archeological site.

Today we board the Vistadome train to Machu Picchu, one of the most spectacular rail journeys in the world, following the Urubamba River through the incredible Canyon of Vilcanota. We’ll ascend the Inca trail, visit the impressive "Wiñay Wayna" archeological site and marvel at the Sun Gate as we enter Machu Picchu.

This morning your guide meets you at the hotel to begin a complete guided tour of the Inca citadel. If you’re feeling adventurous you can even hike Huayna Picchu Mountain, before having free time to explore the and experience spectacular views of all of Machu Picchu and the valleys and mountains surrounding it.

This morning we visit the bustling and colourful central market before driving to Sacsayhuaman, the ruling palace of the Inca. Depending on your specific interests, other events today could include a visit to the San Blas artisan’s district, a visit to a local musician’s house or a trip to the Chocolate Museum.

You’ll journey back to the airport today by boat then catch your flight to Lima via Cuzco. Depending on your flight home you may need to spend an extra night in Lima.

Hotels

Miraflores Park Hotel, Lima

Set in one of Lima’s most fashionable areas, the Miraflores Park Hotel takes you straight to the heart of all that's best about this great capital city. Renowned for its beautiful garden location beside the Pacific Ocean, it has breathtaking views out to sea. Colonial architecture, superb museums with Inca gold and Pre-Columbian antiquities, and glamorous shops, bars and restaurants are all just moments from the hotel. View hotel website » 

Sol y Luna, Sacred Valley

Sol y Luna blends Old World charm with the tranquility of the Sacred Valley. Our hosts, Marie-Helene and Franz, have made Peru their home since the early 1990s. The stylish bungalow-style cottages on this intimate property are all thoughtfully decorated with local ceramics and indigenous woods. The hotel is surrounded by lovely gardens and features a fully equipped spa. View hotel website »

Inkaterra Pueblo Hotel, Machu Picchu

The Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is located in the town’s outskirts. This is a quite unique property, which not only has a beautiful infrastructure built in harmony with nature, but amazing jungle-like gardens where you will find orchids, tea plantations, exotic birds (especially hummingbirds) and other charming surprises. This hotel is the perfect way to enjoy the full Machu Picchu experience. View hotel website »

La Casona Inkaterra, Cuzco

This historic colonial manor house (perhaps the first Spanish construction in Cuzco) is centrally located on an ancient Incan settlement near Cuzo’s present-day main square. Eleven spacious suites surround a sumptuous courtyard, where the patina of time is tastefully preserved. Contemporary amenities create the ambience of comfort and exclusivity enjoyed by guests of the hotel. View hotel website »

Activity Level

Recreational

Our daily walks range in distance from 4 to 10 km (2.5 to 6 mi.), on cobbled city streets, grassy terraced hillsides and along the winding footpaths of Machu Picchu. We travel throughout the Sacred Valley at altitudes between 1,500 and 3,200 m (5,000 to 11,000 ft.). Apart from one challenging walk around Machu Picchu, it’s moderate going. You may find, however, that the effect of the altitude will make the walks require more effort than they would at lower elevations. Expect some uneven stairs on our hikes in the ruins as well as some sheer drop offs in places.

Gear

Walking Sticks &
Hip Holsters

Included with all walking trips are Leki telescoping walking sticks and custom-made padded hip holsters, which comfortably carry one full half-litre water bottle. And while the walking sticks get “recycled” for use by another B&R traveller, the holsters are yours to keep at trip’s end.

What's Included

  • All hotel accommodation
  • All transfers in private vehicles
  • Meals as indicated with wine (as selected by B&R)
  • Entrance fees to all sites
  • Detailed maps, route suggestions and water bottle
  • All special events and private tours
  • All transportation from rendezvous to drop-off
  • All baggage transportation
  • All gratuities for baggage, porters and hotel service

At Your Service

We take pride in choosing guides who are not only exceptional travelling companions, but who’ll go far beyond the call of duty to ensure an unforgettable experience.

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Accolades

“Travelling with B&R is what being alive all about. It's action packed and incredibly invigorating with so many personal highlights that it's hard to single out just one.”

— Andrew Crowe

Notes from the Road

In Deep: Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu remains as much a mystery today as when Hiram Bingham rediscovered the site in 1911.
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USA Today: Explore Machu Picchu and Peru

"On a custom Peru family trip you spend time exploring the Lost City of the Incas, the Sacred Valley and Cusco's markets with your guide,.."
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In Deep: Cuzco

In the days of the Inca, all roads led to Cusco. From here, the Inca ruled over an empire that stretched from modern-day Colombia to Northern Argentina.
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