Famed for its Inca heritage sites and vibrant cities, Peru's dramatic mountains, deep canyons, sparkling lakes and lush rainforest make this a natural as well as cultural wonder of the world. For lovers of wild landscapes extend into Bolivia for vast Salt Flats, steaming geysers, colourful lagoons and lunar valleys.
13 Days from £2950 pp
Sample the best of Peru with our local guides. Fly into the Amazon and spend three nights surrounded by the sounds of the jungle in a charming lodge. Continue to the Sacred Valley, visiting the ancient ruins of the Inca Empire - including iconic Machu Picchu - against the stunning backdrop of the Andes Mountains. Finish with a cultural exploration of fascinating Cuzco and Lima.
15 days from £3500 pp
Experience the highlights of Peru in a truly active way. Explore the local communities and Inca ruins of the Sacred Valley on a choice of either an adventurous 5 day lodge-to-lodge trek, or from one multi-activity luxury lodge. Wander amongst the marvels of Machu Picchu and Cuzco. Kayak to the Uros Islands of Lake Titicaca. Add some optional mountain biking, horse-riding, and even Stand Up Paddle-boarding, and you have the ultimate Peru adventure for the active-minded.
22 days from £3900 pp
Go beyond the usual highlights to include the white city of Arequipa, condors soaring above the Colca Canyon, inspiring island visits on Lake Titicaca, and a full week exploring the magical Sacred Valley and its fascinating communities. Bookend the trip with unmissable Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu, and you have the ultimate Peru adventure.
15 days from £5950 pp
Peru has one of the most sophisticated tourist infrastructures in Latin America, including some of it's finest hotels. From stunningly restored boutique gems in Lima and Cuzco, to spacious suites in our top-rated Amazon, Sacred Valley and Titicaca lodges, we have designed this itinerary for maximum enjoyment, comfort, and those finer details that bring you true luxury.
23 Days from £4950 pp
Explore two of Latin America's most spectacular countries in-depth, combining the unmissable highlights of Machu Picchu, the Amazon and Galapagos, with less visited but equally rewarding experiences in the Sacred Valley, Cloud Forest, and Ecuadorian Andes.
7 days from £2900 pp
Starting from the Peru-Bolivia border at Lake Titicaca, spend a night at a charming lodge on Sun Island, where you can enjoy the peaceful traditional way of life against a beautiful backdrop. Continue via the fascinating capital, La Paz, to the otherworldly landscapes of the Altiplano. Here you can stay in both a hotel made from salt and a luxury dome perched directly on the Salt Flats, as you explore the remarkable sites of the region. Finish back in La Paz, or continue by land to Chile.
Whilst you may have seen a thousand pictures, nothing can prepare you for the epic size and setting of this true Wonder Of The World. Visit on a daytrip or - preferably - overnight nearby for a second visit the following morning.
Whilst Brazil steals the headlines, Peru's slice of the Amazon is more accessible and better preserved. Fly in for a 3-4 night stay at a charming lodge, and immerse yourself amongst the weird and wonderful wildlife.
Get away from the crowds and experience the Sacred Valley by foot or mountain bike. Visit local communities along the way and experience their fascinating way of life, warm hospitality and delicious cuisine.
In Cuzco and the highlands, the dry season of May to October provides clear sunny days, albeit with quite a chill at night. November to March are the wettest months, with many trekking trails closed at its peak in January and February. The Amazon is hot and humid all year, with the hottest (up to 40c) and wettest season also November to March.
For the peak periods of June to September, as well as Christmas, we advise booking at least six months in advance as the best sustainable lodges and boutique hotels will become fully booked. For the rest of the year you may find availability up to two months before arrival, which provides more flexibility.
With restrictions changing regularly, please check the official updated government advice https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/peru
We aim to post further details when announcements are made.
Peru's population is 30 million, with a quarter of those living in the capital, Lima.
Peru's standard time zone is GMT-5.
The Peruvian Nuevo Sol (S) is the national currency.