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Guided Walking : Latin America

Peru: Cusco, Machu Picchu & The Sacred Valley

Moderate Terrain: 4-8 Miles Daily

Peru Flex-Guided Map

Set off through the Andean countryside on a walking tour of Peru that showcases the region’s rich history and traditions. Explore the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu amidst misty mountain peaks. Follow winding paths through the lush Andean countryside as daily life unfolds before you, just as it has for hundreds of years. Delight in a scenic ride on the Vistadome train descending the Sacred Valley where you visit lively local markets with a myriad of produce and goods for sale. Along the way, sample traditional chicha de jora (corn beer) and other local fare, while staying in luxurious comfort at accommodations where Incan and Spanish colonial influences blend seamlessly together. This unforgettable journey through Peru will leave you with lifelong memories.

Please Note: This tour is in our new Flex-Guided style. Enjoy the complete comfort and camaraderie of traveling with a group, while still breaking away for a few afternoons and evenings on your own. Our expert guides will bring your destination to life—and offer thoughtful suggestions for your free time. Included are many multi-course meals, boutique accommodations, and recommendations for independent dining. Beer and wine are not necessarily included with dinner—this is not reflected accurately in the introduction to the downloadable itinerary.


Tour Highlights:
  • Trek a scenic footpath through the lush Andean countryside to Maras village, where the locals still use traditional techniques to mine the terraced saltpans.
  • Marvel at mountain and river views from the panoramic windows of the Vistadome train as you make your way down the narrowing valley from Ollantaytambo.
  • Hike the Inca Trail to the Sun Gate – the original entrance to Machu Picchu – taking in sweeping views of the ancient ruins from above.
Flight + Tour Combo

11 days, 10 nights

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Tour extensions available
Lima
2 nights $548
Peruvian Amazon
2 nights $748

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Your Tour Includes:

  • Exceptional boutique accommodations
  • All on-tour meals except 3 lunches and 2 dinners
  • Local guides with you throughout tour
  • Entrance fees and special events as noted in the itinerary
  • Travel assistance available 24/7 provided by One Call International

Flight + Tour Combo Includes:

  • Roundtrip airfare
  • One extra night in Cusco and dayroom at airport hotel in Lima
  • Airport car service for arrival & departure
  • Pre- and post-tour breakfasts
  • Business-class upgrades available

Itinerary & Accommodations

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Day 1

Join your Peru: Cusco, Machu Picchu & The Sacred Valley tour

Transfer to Andean Highlands. Follow Ancient Farming Paths to Cuyuni Village; 4 miles, easy. Transfer to Pisac and Sacred Valley

Your guide(s) meet you at 8:00 a.m. in the lobby of the designated meeting point hotel in Cusco. Your guide(s) will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for walking.

Begin your Peru walking tour in the Andean Highlands, watching local life unfold around you. After lunch, hike down to the Sacred Valley to browse colorful wares at a lively market. Tonight features a welcome dinner at your acclaimed inn.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba

Serenity and relaxation are hallmarks of the Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, a contemporary, hacienda-style hotel on a 100-acre property surrounded by a dramatic mountain range. Set in the Sacred Valley, between Cuzco and Machu Picchu, it proudly showcases the region’s blend of Spanish and Andean influences in its colonial furnishings, Inca mask accents, and handcrafted woodwork. Here, you may harvest produce from the inn’s 10-acre organic plantation, relax on the terrace, or enjoy the privacy of your comfortable casita.

Day 2

Andean villages of Chinchero and Urquillo / Chicha (corn beer) tasting at a typical Chicheria

Shuttle to village of Chinchero. Chinchero to the village of Urquillo; 5.5 miles, easy to moderate. Afternoon return shuttle to hotel. Loop walk from hotel on the Ahalla Huasi (house of the viewer) Trail; 1.5 miles, moderate.

Visit the village of Chinchero, admiring the idyllic pastoral landscape as you descend to Urquillo. Enjoy a box lunch as you admire the town’s Spanish colonial haciendas and stop to sample a tasty regional specialty – corn beer, or chicha de jora.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba

Serenity and relaxation are hallmarks of the Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, a contemporary, hacienda-style hotel on a 100-acre property surrounded by a dramatic mountain range. Set in the Sacred Valley, between Cuzco and Machu Picchu, it proudly showcases the region’s blend of Spanish and Andean influences in its colonial furnishings, Inca mask accents, and handcrafted woodwork. Here, you may harvest produce from the inn’s 10-acre organic plantation, relax on the terrace, or enjoy the privacy of your comfortable casita.

Day 3

Qotowincho Market / Maras Salt Mines

Shuttle to Urubamba and Qotowincho Market. Shuttle to Highland Footpath. Moray Terraces to Maras; 4 miles, moderate to challenging. Maras to Urubamba River; 1.5 miles, moderate. Shuttle to hotel.

Delight in the fantastic variety of potatoes, corn, and fruit as you explore Qotowincho market this morning. Then, venture along scenic trails into the Andean countryside to the terraced Inca saltpans of Salineras where locals still use traditional mining methods.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba

Serenity and relaxation are hallmarks of the Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, a contemporary, hacienda-style hotel on a 100-acre property surrounded by a dramatic mountain range. Set in the Sacred Valley, between Cuzco and Machu Picchu, it proudly showcases the region’s blend of Spanish and Andean influences in its colonial furnishings, Inca mask accents, and handcrafted woodwork. Here, you may harvest produce from the inn’s 10-acre organic plantation, relax on the terrace, or enjoy the privacy of your comfortable casita.

Day 4

The Inca Trail / Machu Picchu

Vistadome Train. Inca Trail from Km 104 marker to Machu Picchu; 5 miles, moderate to challenging, 2,000-ft. elevation gain and loss. Non-Inca Trail Machu Picchu walk, 2 miles, easy. Transfer to hotel.

Board the Vistadome train and marvel at panoramic views as you descend the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu. Disembark to hike the Inca Trail and arrive at the city on foot, or continue your journey to Machu Picchu by train.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Machu Picchu

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel is a village of luxurious whitewashed bungalows nestled into terraced hills. The train station is only steps away, but the ambiance at the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel seems to exist in a world apart. It is an intimate 85-cottage luxury hotel designed in the manner of a sprawling Andean-style village on 12 secluded acres of exquisite beauty. Guests follow stone pathways to their rooms, located in comfortable one- or two-story whitewashed casitas. Spa services use natural essences, and a first-class restaurant offers grand views of the Vilcanota River.

Day 5

Machu Picchu

Shuttle to Machu Picchu. Guided walking tour of Machu Picchu; 3 miles, easy. Transfer to hotel.

After a leisurely morning, head to the “Lost City” of Machu Picchu. Discover the mysteries of this ancient citadel with your guide, as you tour the ruins learning about their history and significance to the Incan empire.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Machu Picchu

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel is a village of luxurious whitewashed bungalows nestled into terraced hills. The train station is only steps away, but the ambiance at the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel seems to exist in a world apart. It is an intimate 85-cottage luxury hotel designed in the manner of a sprawling Andean-style village on 12 secluded acres of exquisite beauty. Guests follow stone pathways to their rooms, located in comfortable one- or two-story whitewashed casitas. Spa services use natural essences, and a first-class restaurant offers grand views of the Vilcanota River.

Day 6

Cusco

Various morning walking options from the hotel; 2-4 miles, easy. Vistadome train and shuttle to Cusco. Cusco Walking Tour; 1.6 miles, easy.

Board the morning train to Cusco and arrive in time for a guided walking tour of the city. Witness Inca and Spanish history blending together as you explore Koricancha (“Temple of the Sun”), Cusco Cathedral, and historic San Blas.

Accommodation: Casa Andina PC Cusco

A beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house, just three blocks from Cusco’s Plaza de Armas, Casa Andina Private Collection Cusco is replete with authentic colonial character. It offers the intimacy of a boutique hotel but the comforts and services of a larger property. The hotel is distinguished by its three interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco’s emblematic colonial courtyards. In the hotel’s cozy lounge and reading room is a massive stone fireplace that’s always crackling, while the romantic restaurant invites guests to dine by candlelight in one of four connected salons richly decorated with 18th-century Cusco School paintings. Several rooms in the original structure of the hotel feature surviving colonial frescoes unearthed during renovation.

Day 7

Tambomachay / Puka Pukara / Sacsayhuaman

Shuttle to Tambomachay. Tambomachay to Sacsayhuaman; 4 miles, easy. Transfer to Cusco.

Make your way through the countryside, visiting important Incan monuments including Tambomachay and Puka Pukara. Admire mountain views and picturesque villages on your way to Sacsayhuaman fortress. Tonight, enjoy a festive farewell dinner.

Accommodation: Casa Andina PC Cusco

A beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house, just three blocks from Cusco’s Plaza de Armas, Casa Andina Private Collection Cusco is replete with authentic colonial character. It offers the intimacy of a boutique hotel but the comforts and services of a larger property. The hotel is distinguished by its three interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco’s emblematic colonial courtyards. In the hotel’s cozy lounge and reading room is a massive stone fireplace that’s always crackling, while the romantic restaurant invites guests to dine by candlelight in one of four connected salons richly decorated with 18th-century Cusco School paintings. Several rooms in the original structure of the hotel feature surviving colonial frescoes unearthed during renovation.

Day 8

Your Peru: Cusco, Machu Picchu & The Sacred Valley tour concludes

Your tour finishes in the hotel (Casa Andina PC Cusco) after breakfast this morning. The hotel will help you book a taxi at your own expense to the Cusco airport.

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Flight

Overnight flight from USA to Lima, Peru

Begin your adventure by departing from a convenient gateway city in the United States or Canada. Spend the first night aloft.

Arrival

Arrive in Lima, Peru

Upon arrival in Peru via Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport, proceed through immigration. As this is your first point of arrival into Peru, you will need to clear Peruvian immigration and customs. You will be met by the Country Walkers representative who will be holding a sign in the arrival halls after clearing customs. Your representative will then assist you with your connecting flight to Cusco.

Accommodation: Casa Andina PC Cusco

A beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house, just three blocks from Cusco’s Plaza de Armas, Casa Andina Private Collection Cusco is replete with authentic colonial character. It offers the intimacy of a boutique hotel but the comforts and services of a larger property. The hotel is distinguished by its three interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco’s emblematic colonial courtyards. In the hotel’s cozy lounge and reading room is a massive stone fireplace that’s always crackling, while the romantic restaurant invites guests to dine by candlelight in one of four connected salons richly decorated with 18th-century Cusco School paintings. Several rooms in the original structure of the hotel feature surviving colonial frescoes unearthed during renovation.

Day 1

Join your Peru: Cusco, Machu Picchu & The Sacred Valley tour

Breakfast is included at your hotel.

Your guide(s) meet you at 8:00 a.m. in the lobby of the designated meeting point hotel in Cusco. Your guide(s) will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for walking.

Begin your Peru walking tour in the Andean Highlands, watching local life unfold around you. After lunch, hike down to the Sacred Valley to browse colorful wares at a lively market. Tonight features a welcome dinner at your acclaimed inn.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba

Serenity and relaxation are hallmarks of the Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, a contemporary, hacienda-style hotel on a 100-acre property surrounded by a dramatic mountain range. Set in the Sacred Valley, between Cuzco and Machu Picchu, it proudly showcases the region’s blend of Spanish and Andean influences in its colonial furnishings, Inca mask accents, and handcrafted woodwork. Here, you may harvest produce from the inn’s 10-acre organic plantation, relax on the terrace, or enjoy the privacy of your comfortable casita.

Day 2

Andean villages of Chinchero and Urquillo / Chicha (corn beer) tasting at a typical Chicheria

Shuttle to village of Chinchero. Chinchero to the village of Urquillo; 5.5 miles, easy to moderate. Afternoon return shuttle to hotel. Loop walk from hotel on the Ahalla Huasi (house of the viewer) Trail; 1.5 miles, moderate.

Visit the village of Chinchero, admiring the idyllic pastoral landscape as you descend to Urquillo. Enjoy a box lunch as you admire the town’s Spanish colonial haciendas and stop to sample a tasty regional specialty – corn beer, or chicha de jora.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba

Serenity and relaxation are hallmarks of the Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, a contemporary, hacienda-style hotel on a 100-acre property surrounded by a dramatic mountain range. Set in the Sacred Valley, between Cuzco and Machu Picchu, it proudly showcases the region’s blend of Spanish and Andean influences in its colonial furnishings, Inca mask accents, and handcrafted woodwork. Here, you may harvest produce from the inn’s 10-acre organic plantation, relax on the terrace, or enjoy the privacy of your comfortable casita.

Day 3

Qotowincho Market / Maras Salt Mines

Shuttle to Urubamba and Qotowincho Market. Shuttle to Highland Footpath. Moray Terraces to Maras; 4 miles, moderate to challenging. Maras to Urubamba River; 1.5 miles, moderate. Shuttle to hotel.

Delight in the fantastic variety of potatoes, corn, and fruit as you explore Qotowincho market this morning. Then, venture along scenic trails into the Andean countryside to the terraced Inca saltpans of Salineras where locals still use traditional mining methods.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba

Serenity and relaxation are hallmarks of the Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, a contemporary, hacienda-style hotel on a 100-acre property surrounded by a dramatic mountain range. Set in the Sacred Valley, between Cuzco and Machu Picchu, it proudly showcases the region’s blend of Spanish and Andean influences in its colonial furnishings, Inca mask accents, and handcrafted woodwork. Here, you may harvest produce from the inn’s 10-acre organic plantation, relax on the terrace, or enjoy the privacy of your comfortable casita.

Day 4

The Inca Trail / Machu Picchu

Vistadome Train. Inca Trail from Km 104 marker to Machu Picchu; 5 miles, moderate to challenging, 2,000-ft. elevation gain and loss. Non-Inca Trail Machu Picchu walk, 2 miles, easy. Transfer to hotel.

Board the Vistadome train and marvel at panoramic views as you descend the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu. Disembark to hike the Inca Trail and arrive at the city on foot, or continue your journey to Machu Picchu by train.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Machu Picchu

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel is a village of luxurious whitewashed bungalows nestled into terraced hills. The train station is only steps away, but the ambiance at the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel seems to exist in a world apart. It is an intimate 85-cottage luxury hotel designed in the manner of a sprawling Andean-style village on 12 secluded acres of exquisite beauty. Guests follow stone pathways to their rooms, located in comfortable one- or two-story whitewashed casitas. Spa services use natural essences, and a first-class restaurant offers grand views of the Vilcanota River.

Day 5

Machu Picchu

Shuttle to Machu Picchu. Guided walking tour of Machu Picchu; 3 miles, easy. Transfer to hotel.

After a leisurely morning, head to the “Lost City” of Machu Picchu. Discover the mysteries of this ancient citadel with your guide, as you tour the ruins learning about their history and significance to the Incan empire.

Accommodation: Inkaterra Machu Picchu

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel is a village of luxurious whitewashed bungalows nestled into terraced hills. The train station is only steps away, but the ambiance at the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel seems to exist in a world apart. It is an intimate 85-cottage luxury hotel designed in the manner of a sprawling Andean-style village on 12 secluded acres of exquisite beauty. Guests follow stone pathways to their rooms, located in comfortable one- or two-story whitewashed casitas. Spa services use natural essences, and a first-class restaurant offers grand views of the Vilcanota River.

Day 6

Cusco

Various morning walking options from the hotel; 2-4 miles, easy. Vistadome train and shuttle to Cusco. Cusco Walking Tour; 1.6 miles, easy.

Board the morning train to Cusco and arrive in time for a guided walking tour of the city. Witness Inca and Spanish history blending together as you explore Koricancha (“Temple of the Sun”), Cusco Cathedral, and historic San Blas.

Accommodation: Casa Andina PC Cusco

A beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house, just three blocks from Cusco’s Plaza de Armas, Casa Andina Private Collection Cusco is replete with authentic colonial character. It offers the intimacy of a boutique hotel but the comforts and services of a larger property. The hotel is distinguished by its three interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco’s emblematic colonial courtyards. In the hotel’s cozy lounge and reading room is a massive stone fireplace that’s always crackling, while the romantic restaurant invites guests to dine by candlelight in one of four connected salons richly decorated with 18th-century Cusco School paintings. Several rooms in the original structure of the hotel feature surviving colonial frescoes unearthed during renovation.

Day 7

Tambomachay / Puka Pukara / Sacsayhuaman

Shuttle to Tambomachay. Tambomachay to Sacsayhuaman; 4 miles, easy. Transfer to Cusco.

Make your way through the countryside, visiting important Incan monuments including Tambomachay and Puka Pukara. Admire mountain views and picturesque villages on your way to Sacsayhuaman fortress. Tonight, enjoy a festive farewell dinner.

Accommodation: Casa Andina PC Cusco

A beautifully renovated 18th-century manor house, just three blocks from Cusco’s Plaza de Armas, Casa Andina Private Collection Cusco is replete with authentic colonial character. It offers the intimacy of a boutique hotel but the comforts and services of a larger property. The hotel is distinguished by its three interior patios with wooden balconies. The principal patio, featuring a gurgling stone fountain, is one of Cusco’s emblematic colonial courtyards. In the hotel’s cozy lounge and reading room is a massive stone fireplace that’s always crackling, while the romantic restaurant invites guests to dine by candlelight in one of four connected salons richly decorated with 18th-century Cusco School paintings. Several rooms in the original structure of the hotel feature surviving colonial frescoes unearthed during renovation.

Day 8

Your Peru: Cusco, Machu Picchu & The Sacred Valley tour concludes

Depart for home or begin your optional Peruvian Amazon Extension

There is a mid-morning transfer to the Cusco Airport for the flight to Lima. Upon arrival, check-in to comfortable rooms for day use. Tonight, dinner is at your leisure before returning to the airport for flights departing in the late evening.

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Pre-Tour Extension: Lima

2 nights from only $548

  • 2 nights at Casa Andina Private Collection Miraflores Hotel*
  • Guided visits in Lima including the Larco Museum
  • Daily breakfast and 1 lunch
  • City Information
  • Airport transfers

Explore Lima’s historic sites and delightful neighborhoods for two additional nights before your walking tour of Peru begins. After a morning of guided sightseeing, relax and enjoy your included lunch at a seaside restaurant. Then head to the Larco Museum to stroll its remarkable galleries, with 3,000 years of pre-Columbian Peruvian history on display. The museum building itself is an impressive sight as it’s housed in a historic 18th-century vice-royal mansion and surrounded by lush gardens. Your accommodation is in Lima’s cosmopolitan Miraflores neighborhood, known for its upscale boutiques and many lively restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and cafés.

Single Supplement: $248
*Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Pre-Tour Extension: Peruvian Amazon

2 nights from only $748

  • 2 nights at Reserva Amazonica Lodge
  • Flights between Cusco, Puerto Maldonado, and Lima
  • Daily guided exploration including the Twilight River Boat Ride & Rainforest by Night Walk Entrance to Lake Sandoval (INRENA), Canopy Walkway, and Butterfly House
  • 6 meals—2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners
  • City Information
  • Airport transfers

After your walking tour of Peru, leave the Incan ruins and Spanish colonial towns behind to immerse yourself in the enchanting Peruvian Amazon for two nights. Your stay in a comfortable, thatched-roof cabaña makes for an unforgettable rainforest experience. Deep in a private reserve surrounded by the jungle, you’ll wake to the call of tropical birds, and at night the Amazon’s gentle hum sends you off to sleep. Guided tours by day and by night help you learn about the intricate web of life in the tropical rainforest, home to thousands of plant, butterfly, and bird species.

Single Supplement: $148

Tour Extensions Available

Lima
2 nights from only $548

Peruvian Amazon
2 nights from only $748

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Guides

Guides

Our guides' experience, dedication, and enthusiasm make them ideal ambassadors for your destination. They chart the course, finesse the details, and speak the language (English, as well as the local language). They also possess a truly rare skill, knowing when to let serendipity and inspiration take the lead.

Jorge Luis Olivera
Jorge Olivera

Jorge Olivera, a native of Cusco, is passionate about hiking and sharing the rich history of Peru with travelers from around the globe. As a veteran guide with over a decade of experience, Jorge is a boundless source of knowledge of local culture and gastronomy and looks to give guests unforgettable memories and an experience of a lifetime when they visit his home country.

Alvaro Zamora
Alvaro Zamora

Alvaro Zamora is a veteran guide who was born and raised in Cusco. He enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge of ecology with guests and feels Peru is a destination that perfectly combines nature, history, exquisite food, and very friendly people, calling it “the perfect place for everyone!”

Sergio Prieto
Sergio Prieto

Born and raised in Cusco, Sergio Prieto attended the University of Saint Anthony the Abbot in Cusco, one of the oldest in South America. An experienced guide, Sergio knows the key to a successful and enjoyable trip is not only sharing information about a place but also immersing guests in the local culture while providing a deep understanding of an area’s history, natural beauty, and cultural heritage.

Miguel Vergara
Miguel Vergara

A native of Peru, Miguel Stalin Vergara Ugarte studied tourism at Andina University of Cusco and started guiding trips along the Inca Trail in 2004. Miguel’s passion lies in pre-Incan and Incan cultures and he makes great effort to retain his ancestral Andean traditions, particularly around folk medicine, rituals, and music. In fact, when not guiding or hiking in the surrounding mountains, you are likely to find Miguel entertaining his wife and children playing pre-Hispanic instruments.

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