While Machu Picchu is clearly one of South America's most popular ancient monuments, as you will discover on our range of tours, that's not all Peru has to offer.
For travellers looking for outdoor adventure, Indiana Jones style exploration and colourful cultures, Peru is just the place. Brimming with archaeological treasures from Machu Picchu to the little-visited sites of the north, Peru also claims a sizeable portion of the Amazon rain forest, a must for nature lovers with its unique biodiversity of wild animals, towering trees and vivid plants.Read More
History echoes through the cities of Lima and Cusco, filled with world-class museums, fine colonial buildings and ancient ruins. There's plenty more to this fascinating country including one of the world’s deepest canyons in the Colca Valley, Lake Titicaca where indigenous cultures still live in the ways of old and the mysterious geoglyphs at Nazca too. Discover Peru's top spots on our adventure-style group tours departing in 2019, or create your own bespoke journey with our tailor-made service.
Top Peru Travel Deals and Upcoming 2019 Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|Amazon, Trek & Titicaca - 14 days||Lima, Peru||17 Aug 2019||USD $4,496||was $4,995 10% off|||
|Inca Trail to Machu Picchu - 7 days||Cusco, Peru||03 Apr 2019||USD $1,886||was $2,095 10% off|||
|Amazon & Inca Trail - 11 days||Lima, Peru||06 Apr 2019||USD $3,596||was $3,995 10% off|||
|Amazon, Incas & Titicaca - 14 days||Lima, Peru||06 Apr 2019||USD $4,226||was $4,695 10% off|||
|Machu Picchu by Train - 8 days||Lima, Peru||06 Apr 2019||USD $3,236||was $3,595 10% off|||
Our Peru Tours
Our Peru Trip Types
Peru Group ToursView 10 Group Tours
Experience the best of Peru with our Signature tours and Handpicked tours that cover the most popular itineraries whilst enjoying the comfort of 3-4 star hotels throughout.Read More
From modern and well-located city hotels to chic jungle lodges, our Signature Peru holidays ensure your accommodation is as memorable as the sites you'll be visiting. And there are plenty of inclusions too with guided touring of the Sacred Valley, Cuzco and its Incan monuments, and the star of the show - Machu Picchu.
Peru Tailor-made HolidaysPlan Your Dream Holiday
Fancy creating your own itinerary to Peru, designed specifically for you? With the help of our expert team of tailor-made consultants you can do just that.Read More
Using their expertise of the region they will help you put together your dream itinerary with hand-picked accommodation, the places you want to see and experiences you want to have. Whether you're on a tight budget or are out to splurge, we'll make sure your holiday fits your requirements.
Peru Private ToursView 5 Private Tours
If you're looking for comfortable travel with private services then our thoughtfully designed exclusive journeys are just the ticket.Read More
Delve into the Incan sites around Lima and Cuzco visiting Machu Picchu by scenic train, plumb the depths of Colca Canyon and scale the dizzying heights of Lake Titicaca or get off the beaten track in northern Peru visiting lesser-visited ruins and trendy beach resorts.
Peru tour reviews
Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.9 out of 5 based on 10 recent reviews — See All Peru Reviews
Sebastian in Lima and Jose in Cusco we’re both amazing, they had a wealth of knowledge and a lovely disposition.”
All was great ”
Sebastian was very knowledgable and enthusiastic, but it would have been nice to have a bit of time on our own - particularly to have a meal together on our own in the Amazon. Jose was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about Cusco and the Incas. All parts of the tour were very well organised and we felt we were in safe hands and had no problems at all.”
Frequently asked questions about our touring holidays in Peru
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Recent Travel Articles on Peru
Mighty and mysterious, Machu Picchu was, for centuries, an abandoned citadel known only to the local peasants. In 1911, however, this all changed when Hiram Bingham, an American archaeologist, stumbled upon it and spread the news of his discovery around the world, driving curious explorers to Peru to witness its magnificence firsthand. To this day, the purpose of this hilltop complex remains a matter of debate, with theorists claiming it could have been a royal retreat or a monument to nature, among other possibilities.
Highlights of our Peru tours
Peru's crowning glory has to be the impressive Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and you'll find this ancient wonder on all of our Peru group tours. But alongside this ruined city in the clouds, Peru is also home to mysterious geoglyphs, expansive lakes, colourful indigenous cultures and thriving cities that also feature on our tours. Here's some of the highlights you can expect to experience.
Trek the 4-day Inca Trail or take the scenic train to this recently voted New World Wonder and enjoy a guided tour of UNESCO-listed Machu Picchu for temple ruins and more.
Spend two nights in the Amazon jungle, travelling to your jungle lodge by boat along the Madre de Dios River for nature walks, wildlife spotting and monkey feeding - bring bananas!
Soak up the beauty of Lake Titicaca and take a boat trip out to the floating reed villages of the Uros people where you can learn about their age-old traditions and way of life.
Enjoy time at leisure in the charming city of Cusco where you can explore beautiful churches and Inca ruins including the Sacsayhuaman Ruins that overlook the city.
Kick off many of our tours in Peru's capital city and spend time independently exploring the fascinating museums and colonial buildings in the UNESCO-listed centre.