Machu Picchu is world famous, but one of many exciting experiences in Peru
Peru is one of the most welcoming and fascinating countries in Latin America with excellent accommodation options and arguably the most charming and professional service in the continent.
Machu Picchu is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World and a must for anyone that has not visited before. We can help you discover the ruins of this magnificent citadel with your own private guide who will bring the amazing history of the Inca civilisation to life.
But the country has a plethora of other sights and experiences to suit everyone. From ‘luxury treks’ in dramatic mountain scenery to cycling in the Sacred Valley or horse riding in the Colca Canyon there are no shortage of activity-based options. Or perhaps you want to take a flight over the enigmatic Nazca Lines, ride the Andean Explorer train up to Lake Titicaca, explore the quaint cobbled streets, squares and colonial churches of Cusco or the museums and art galleries of Lima. And after a busy itinerary, what better way to relax for a few days than in a beach hideaway?
Peru is also a gourmet’s paradise with its fusion cuisine now being more widely appreciated. We can offer culinary trips that take in not just the main sights – but also the best restaurants and foodie experiences in the country. You will certainly not go hungry in Peru – just be prepared to put on a few extra pounds! Get a taste for Peru’s culinary scene in Paul Richardson’s Telegraph article.
Many people do not associate Peru with the jungle, but more than 60% of the land area is tropical lowland rainforest forming part of the Amazon basin. Indeed, the mighty Amazon itself has its source and major tributaries arising in the Peruvian highlands.
The forest here is ecologically very rich and home to an astonishingly diverse range of animal species. Pink dolphins, giant river otters, piranhas, caimans, monkeys, huge lizards and of course hundreds of birds of different colours, shapes and sizes all live in these areas and our expert naturalists can help you see the wildlife for yourself.
Take a short introductory trip with the family to an eco-lodge in the southern Peruvian jungle or treat you and you loved one to an exclusive and luxurious expedition cruise in the north of the country: the choice is yours.
With so much to see and do in Peru it is hard to fit everything in, but we can tailor a trip-of-a-lifetime for you to suit your requirements and preferences.
To discover more about Peru and the broad variety of experiences it offers, give us a call or send us a message.
Places we love to stay
This chic and stylish boutique hotel in the artistic Barranco district of Lima is a home-away-from-home.View details about Hotel B
An exclusive hideaway on Lake Titicaca, ideal for a family or two couples travelling together.View details about Amantica Lodge
Belmond Palacio Nazarenas
The Belmond Palacio Nazarenas is Cusco's top hotel offering the highest standards of service and comfort.View details about Belmond Palacio Nazarenas
Hotel Paracas has two large swimming pools, and is a great place to relax - both for couples and families.View details about Hotel Paracas
Hacienda Urubamba is a fabulous boutique hotel and working organic farm overlooking the Sacred Valley.View details about Hacienda Urubamba
The Titilaka is a delightful hideaway on the shores of Lake Titicaca.View details about Titilaka
The Country Club Hotel
The Country Club is an elegant 1920s hotel and one of the classiest places to stay in Lima.View details about The Country Club Hotel
Inkaterra La Casona
La Casona is an exclusive boutique hotel in a converted historic house in the heart of Cusco.View details about Inkaterra La Casona
Belmond Hotel Monasterio
Hotel Monasterio has a great sense of history and is a great all-round option for a stay in CuscoView details about Belmond Hotel Monasterio
Get up-close with nature on the Amazon, whilst enjoying the luxurious accommodation and great food on board.View details about M/V Aria
Sol y Luna
Delightful casitas set in beautifully maintained gardens make Sol y Luna our favourite hotel in the Sacred Valley.View details about Sol y Luna
Mountain Lodges - Salkantay Trek
Unique small-group 'luxury treks' to Machu Picchu via four specially-built mountain lodges.View details about Mountain Lodges - Salkantay Trek
Hiram Bingham Train
It's not a hotel - but a trip on the Hiram Bingham train between Cusco and Machu Picchu is a great experience.View details about Hiram Bingham Train
Costa del Sol Wyndham Hotel
The Libertador is a gracious 1930s hotel a few blocks from the centre of Arequipa.View details about Costa del Sol Wyndham Hotel
M/V Delfin 1
The M/V Delfin 1 offers the ultimate in exclusivity and privacy on the Amazon, with just four suites.View details about M/V Delfin 1
Inkaterra Pueblo Hotel
The Inkaterra Pueblo Hotel is, in our opinion, the best place to stay close to Machu Picchu.View details about Inkaterra Pueblo Hotel
Tambo del Inka
The Tambo del Inka is a stylish hotel in the Sacred Valley with possibly the best spa in Peru.View details about Tambo del Inka
This chic new beach-front property is set to put Mancora on the map as a destination of note.View details about Arennas Mancora
Belmond Las Casitas
Bought back by the Belmond Group in 2017, Las Casitas del Colca is a rural retreat high in the Colca Valley away from the worries of the world.View details about Belmond Las Casitas
Reserva Amazonica is an eco-lodge in the rainforest with comfortable accommodation, excellent service and interesting activities.View details about Reserva Amazonica
This romantic hideaway right on Las Pocitas beach is a real gem.View details about DCO Suites
Boutique Hotel Aranwa
The Aranwa is a relatively new boutique hotel in Cusco offering stylish accommodation in a historic setting.View details about Boutique Hotel Aranwa
A new boutique hotel housed in a restored 1940’s mansion in the Miraflores district of Lima.View details about Atemporal
Surrounded by humming birds, agapanthus and red hot pokers, this five bedroom lodge is a charming and relaxing place to stay.View details about Kentitambo
Occupying an unrivalled position with views of the Gocta Waterfall from all bedrooms. View detailsView details about Gocta Lodge
Belmond Miraflores Park
Following a major recent refurbishment, this hotel is now back in its rightful position as one of the best large hotels in Lima.View details about Belmond Miraflores Park
Belmond Andean Explorer
The first luxury sleeper train in South America, operated by the Belmond Group and due to enter service in May 2017.View details about Belmond Andean Explorer
A charming new Eco lodge comprising five stand-alone rooms or casitas, set in wooded grounds opposite the Gocta Waterfall.View details about Gocta Natura
Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado
We particularly love the villas at this hotel and the location is serene and stunning.View details about Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado
A comfortable lodge built on Inca style terraces on the banks of the Colca River.View details about Colca Lodge
Belmond Sanctuary Lodge
The only hotel located at the entrance to the citadel of Machu Picchu.View details about Belmond Sanctuary Lodge
Sumaq Machu Picchu
Completely refurbished in 2014, this hotel is in a very convenient location in Aguas Calientes.View details about Sumaq Machu Picchu
An attractive ‘non-luxury’ hotel located in a quiet street within a short walking district of the main square.View details about El Mercado