What better than a honeymoon to come and discover Peru at your own pace. We have created a program that combines the charm of the main accommodations with breathtaking samples of the culture and nature of this rich country. For example, spend a romantic night on the island of Suasi with breathtaking views of Lake Titicaca. And another in the village of Aguas Calientes at the foot of the famous Machu Picchu, everything has been designed so that you can spend a unique and unforgettable honeymoon!
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A city that lives, where the past blends with the present. Where palaces, monasteries and colonial convents exist in amazing harmony with modern buildings and the most impressive and millenary pre-Inca huacas. Whether in the hallway of an old mansion or in the depths of a gloomy catacomb. Lima, the city of kings awaits you, to dazzle you with its magic and intoxicate you with its flavor. Upon arrival at the Lima airport, a host will greet you and assist you with your transfer and hotel check-in.
Breakfast. Visit Lima, modern and colonial. A city that will always welcome you with open arms. The visit to Colonial Lima includes a dazzling walk through the Plaza de Armas, framed by the Cathedral, the Government Palace and the Torre Tagle Palace, transporting you to the past just by stepping on one of its steps. We will also stroll through Miraflores and San Isidro, two of the most beautiful and exclusive neighborhoods of the capital. Enjoy an out-of-the-ordinary experience visiting the famous Larco Museum. Its valuable collection is composed of more than 10,000 pieces of Mochica, Chimu and other pre-Inca civilizations. For those interested in the more intimate customs of this ancient culture, the museum's collection of erotic ceramics is a faithful and unique representation of its kind. Free afternoon.
In the morning you will fly to Arequipa and upon arrival, transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon we will visit the emblematic places of the city and surroundings. Our visit begins with the viewpoint of "Carmen Alto" in this place we will observe the three tutelary volcanoes that surround the city of Arequipa. Then the district of Yanahuara to appreciate the portals built in ashlar. Later the monastery of Santa Catalina that presents a citadel, founded in the year 1579, likewise we will take a walk through the Plaza de Armas and we can observe the facade of the minor basilica of Arequipa, with a neoclassical style and the church of the company of Jesus. Later in option you can visit the Andean sanctuaries museum, where objects and artifacts of the pre - Inka and Inka times are exhibited, as well as the famous "mummy juanita", the girl of the ice.
After breakfast, around 7:30 am, our mobility will pass by your hotel to start our trip to one of the deepest canyons in the world, taking the road to Yura, bordering the snowy Chachani towards Pampa Cañahuas (National Reserve of Aguada Blanca and Salinas) habitat of the beautiful South American camelids, the vicuñas; likewise we can appreciate a variety of migratory birds, among which are the flamingos. We will stop at the viewpoint of the volcanoes, which is also the highest area of the road (4,950 m.a.s.l.) from where we can appreciate a great part of the western mountain range, this place has a magnificent panorama of huge snow-capped volcanoes like the ampato (6,400m) and huallca huallca (6,025m). Then we will be arriving to Chivay and then to your hotel. Later in option you can go to the hot springs (37 °c) of "la calera" (optional, with cost).
This will be a magnificent day, since early in the morning you will go to the viewpoint of the condor's cross, where you can usually see flying the largest birds in the world, the condors that with their majestic flight will give you a fantastic and unforgettable spectacle. It will also offer you a magnificent view of the canyon that looks spectacular in the morning hours. On the way back we will pass through villages such as Yanque, Coporaque and Achomas, villages that still maintain their traditions such as their typical costumes, customs and you will see that nothing has changed since the time of the Incas. Then we will stop in the town of Maca, where we will visit its beautiful church and its stone streets among other attractions, and then return to Chivay where we will have time for lunch. Then we continue our journey to Puno and to your hotel.
This day we will visit Lake Titicaca and its islands by boat, the excursion begins with the floating islands of the Uros, famous for its unique way of life, in this Aimara people build their houses on large reed rafts and moored by stakes that do not allow the islands to drift, the people who inhabit these islands live from fishing, handicrafts, hunting and collecting eggs that are sold in the city of Puno. Then continue to the island of Amantani, for after 45 minutes we reach our destination and continue with a 30 minute walk to reach the rural houses, where we will settle in typical rooms, then have lunch typical of the area and then we will have time to rest and explore more of the island, where we will observe the ceremonial centers of PACHAMAMA and PACHATATA; Also from this point you can see the Andes Mountains and Lake Titicaca in all its magnitude, finished the activity, we return to our boat to continue the journey to the island Suasi, where they spend the night.
This day the morning to tour the island of Suasi or perform different activities; Being in Suasi is to witness and participate in the care of gardens, move between beaches and hills, up and down at your own pace, you will be accompanied by alpacas, elusive vizcachas, days of sun and rain, nights of moon and stars, unrepeatable sunsets, serene days or nights of snowdrifts that roar from the vast plain Every experience has unforgettable moments: doing nothing, sunbathing, resting, meditating, reading, writing, painting, knitting, closing our eyes, opening them fully, dreaming, remembering, forgetting. At the appointed time we board our boat to leave for Puno and upon arrival, transfer to your hotel.
This day in the morning we head towards the city of Cusco. The route crosses the Collao plateau where we will stop in the town of Pucara (70 km), famous for its craftsmanship of the popular "toritos de Pucara". Later we will stop at the border of Puno - Cusco and spot South American camelids. Continuing with the trip we will arrive at the archaeological center of Raqchi, a sanctuary built by the Inca Pachacutec in honor of the God Wiracocha. Moreover, the structure has two circular lateral columns, around the temple there are several buildings that were once houses and warehouses. Then we arrive to the town of Andahuaylillas, where we will visit the church of San Pedro better known as the "Sistine Chapel of America", characterized by its richness and artistic beauty. Finally, transfer to the hotel.
Free morning. In the afternoon we will visit the ancient capital of the Inca empire and current archaeological capital of America; the visit begins with the Cathedral of Cusco, which is decorated inside with many altarpieces in gold leaf as well as its paintings dating from the Cusco school, then the temple of the sun, better known as Q'oricancha. Then we visit the Inca archaeological sites, such as the complexes of Tambomachay, Puca Pucara, Q'enqo and the impressive site of Sacsayhuaman; strategically built on a hill overlooking the city of Cusco. Its enormous stone walls were carved and joined with amazing precision. Some of these stones exceed 9 feet in height and weigh more than 100 tons.
This day we will begin to explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas, on the banks of the Vilcanota River. The excursion begins with the Inca citadel of Pisaq, composed of terraces, fountains, observatories and a cemetery, the largest in the region, this was a point of control and dominion of the Incas in the Sacred Valley. After the guided tour we will go down to the village and we will go to the traditional market of Pisaq, there we will have the opportunity to discover the customs of the people and also to bargain with the sellers their handicrafts; then we will continue to the heart of the Sacred Valley of Urubamba, where we will have lunch and then we will go to the fortress of Ollantaytambo, located on the hill that dominates the town, buildings such as the Temple of the Sun and its gigantic monoliths stand out: the Mañaracay or Royal Hall, the Incahuatana and the Princess Baths. At the top, a fortress stands out, with a series of carved stone terraces, built to guard the entrance to this part of the valley and protect it from possible invasions of the people of the jungle. Then the train station to leave for Aguas Calientes, upon arrival transfer to your hotel.
This day after breakfast we head towards the bus station and depart to Machupicchu and see how spectacular is the citadel of Machu Picchu, "old peak", considered a jewel of Inca architecture: with neighborhood squares, houses, agricultural areas, roads, observatories, etc.. Built on one of the flanks of the old mountain in the middle of semi-tropical vegetation. It was built on one of the flanks of the old mountain and discovered on July 24, 1911 by the North American explorer Hiram Bingham. We will have a guided tour for 2 hours, where we will visit the most representative places of the Inca citadel of Machupicchu. After the visit, we have free time to continue exploring and optionally we can visit the mountain of Huaynapicchu; from where you have beautiful views of Machu Picchu. Later we return to Aguas Calientes and then we go to the train station to leave for Ollantaytambo and transfer to your hotel.
This day at the indicated time we pass by your hotel, to continue visiting the other part of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. We start with Moray; archaeological group of depressions or gigantic natural holes on the surface of the land that were used to build terraces or agricultural terraces with their respective irrigation canals. We continue with the salt mines of Maras; constituted by about 3000 small wells, during the dry season they are filled or "irrigated" every 3 days with salt water that emanates from a natural spring located in the upper part of the wells so that, when the water evaporates, the salt contained in it solidifies gradually, later the salt is beaten and thus granulated. Then we have lunch at a family's house. We continue to Chinchero, is a town stopped in time, and like nowhere else you can observe the living culture that is still dragged from the time of the Incas. We will visit its main square, a beautiful combination of Inca and colonial architecture, where the temple is built on what was the palace of the Inca Tupac Yupanqui, inside contains beautiful works of art of notable indigenous painters of the Cusco school; it has the particularity that its bell tower is separated from the main structure of the church. In the square there are three large portals, two of them accompany a beautiful Inca wall containing trapezoidal niches, also at the side of the square you can see the remains of Inca walls and terraces. After the visit, return to Cusco.
This day at the indicated time you will be transferred to the airport, where you will have the flight to Lima and where later you will have the international flight back.
The Honeymoon Tour in Peru has a cost of $ 2585 USD, and has 13 incredible days and 12 nights, you will visit with your partner the most beautiful places you can visit as a couple such as Cusco, Lima, Arequipa, Puno, ...
Our tour package includes accommodation in superior category hotels, transportation, meals mentioned in the days of the tour, internal flights (Lima - Cusco, Cusco - Lima), professional guide.
The best time to travel to Peru are between the months of June to August because there are festivals in the most important cities of Peru, also you can see festivals such as the Inti Raymi (Festival of the Sun), are the months with more tourist influx, on the other hand you have to book before to avoid setbacks. Likewise we have the months from September to May that are months that give beginning to the Spring, these dates are calmer to visit Peru in Couple since the tourist affluence is concurrent but not saturated.
Cusco is the historical and touristic capital of South America, the capital of the Incas, the navel of the world. This city with hundreds of years of history is a mixture of two of the most powerful civilizations that have ever existed: the Inca Empire and the Spanish Empire. To read more we have a complete article that talks about this topic, click here: Honeymoon in Cusco
Because Peru is a magical country with beautiful landscapes, with a unique culture in the world. Traveling to Peru is a unique experience, especially if you travel with your partner. Peru is a place to see and be seen, not only because it has the most important cities and tourist sites in the world, but because every place you visit in Peru has something unique that no one will surpass. This country has the best culture and folklore in the world, dream landscapes, many micro climates, beautiful beaches and imposing snow-capped mountains. We have ancestral places full of enigmas, mysteries and Inca customs and of course Machu Picchu which is usually a recommended place to ask for your partner's hand.
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