Lima and Cuzco Exclusive - Ethical Luxury

This eight day trip provides a luxury that goes beyond snazzy hotel rooms, providing you with a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in another culture. We believe in order to have a transformative travel experience, both the visited and the visitor must be taken care of. This is integral to our mission, as it not only roots us on ethical ground, but enables us to supply our partners and eager travelers with the impact and discovery they seek.

Lima and Cuzco are two of Peru’s most acclaimed gems, despite their contrasting qualities. Between the two, you will experience the wealth of all Peru has to offer: from its diverse natural resources, to its rich and varied history, to its top notch cuisine.

Our guides take you on tailor-made tours you can’t find anywhere else. Working directly with local providers throughout Peru, we will give you the opportunity to visit exquisite museums, private galleries, archeological sites, and restaurants run by top world chefs. In addition, we offer an exclusive tour to Machu Picchu by rail, running along a unique route of traditional impact, allowing you the chance to connect with one of the world’s most incredible cultures.

Trip designed by Travel Expert Alejandro

per person from USD 3800.00

Five wealthy marriages experienced the top restaurants of the peruvian gastronomical boom along with dedicated visits to museums and of course a inevitable visit to Cuzco and MachuPicchu in a week


Day by Day

Take trips to the city’s top private museums and indulge in Peru’s classic dishes as you dine at the highest ranked restaurants, including Rafael, Maido, and Central. Visit contemporary art galleries and fashion showrooms, catered to your particular taste, be it authentic Peruvian jewelry, or fine, woven sweaters. Take a trip just outside the city to Pachacamac to visit an ancient oracle (!), and learn about the country’s more recent history at the Lugar de la Memoria.

With a radical change of scenery and atmosphere, you traverse down to the Sacred Valley. There you will visit Moray to see the terraces that worked as agricultural laboratories in the ancient past. Then to the Maras’ salt terraces accompanied with a traditional meal at a family house, contributing to the well being of the local community. Visit a local ceramic workshop inspired by traditional techniques and styles in Urubamba, again luxuriating in the catered journey, while also giving for a fantastic cause, and sustaining the native inhabitants! The peak comes with a tour of Machu Picchu aboard the Hiram Bingham train — a stunning, epic site not to be missed. Then its back to the city for a comprehensive tour of Sacsayhuaman, the bohemian San Blas neighborhood, the Temple of Qoricancha, and San Pedro Market to pick up groceries for classic Peruvian dishes to prepare for a cooking workshop!

Back to the capital you go to catch your flight on home, but incase you forgot to pick up gifts for friends and family, rest assured — the airport is packed with exclusive shops where authentic items can be purchased and brought aboard!


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