Latin America


Peru Walking

Scheduled trips are expertly curated itineraries with pre-selected dates that anyone can join, capped at 16 people for an intimate experience.

Discover the Lost City

Want to see Machu Picchu after the tourists have gone? We find the best way is to sleep next door at the stunning Sanctuary Lodge. During waking hours you’ll explore the ruins of the Sacred Valley and hike the cloud forests of the Inca Trail before hopping the Hiram Bingham Train back to Cusco for a final night dinner in an ancient Incan palace.

Trip Type: Scheduled Departure | Activity Level: 4

Experience designed by B&R travel expert Veronika Macas

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$7,895 USD

Single supplement: $2,200.00
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7 Days / 6 Nights

Cusco to Cusco

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Walk the ruins of Yucay, high above the modern-day town. Complete the day with a special afternoon ceremony by a local Shaman, guardian of Inca religious traditions.

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Share the joy of travel with the family! These are special departures designed to accommodate families with young adults (late teens and up). Perfect for your university-aged kids to join you on vacation.

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Level 4

Daily walks range between 3 to 11 km (1.85 to 6.85 mi.), on cobbled city streets, grassy terraced hillsides and the winding footpaths of the Inca Trail. We travel through the Sacred Valley at altitudes between 2,100 and 3,700 m (6900 to 12000 ft). Apart from the challenging walk up to Machu Picchu, the trip is moderate. You may find, however, that the altitude requires more effort than at lower elevations. Expect some uneven stairs on our hikes in the ruins as well as some sheer drop offs in places.