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Honeymoon Tours Peru Bolivia
( 10 days and 09 nights )
Intineray Day by Day:(B)= breakfast / (L)=
lunch / (D)= dinner
Cost by person in Double Ocupancy US$ 2,150 Each
Day 1: Arrival to Lima – City
Upon arrival in Lima, meet your local Peru tour guideat the
airport and transfer to your centrally-located Lima hotel.
You will receive abriefing about your travel program and all
documents for your trip. Enjoy sightseeing on your own in
the modern heart of the city near the beautiful Costa Verde.
Dine in a restaurant in Larcomar, overlooking the ocean, or
go shopping in the open air markets where locals sell their
On your afternoon Lima city tour, you will enjoy a history
lesson as you learn about one of the most interesting
capitals in South America. Founded in 1535 by Francisco
Pizarro, Lima's historic district has been declared a UNESCO
World Heritage Site, and its colonial architecture has been
well-preserved. You will see the palm-lined Plaza de Armas,
surrounded by the Cathedral de Lima and the opulent
Government Palace. You will also tour the impressive
Monastery of San Francisco, which boasts a large collection
of colonial art - the basilica has 21 altars, the monk's
library holds many well-preserved books, and the catacombs,
especially the "Well of Souls" are not to be missed. The
tour continues through the residential areas of Lima and
ends in the modern district of Miraflores on the Pacific
coast where you can enjoy a final sunset dinner before
heading back to your Lima hotel.
See all our recommended Lima hotels.
Day 2: Lima – Cusco – City Tour.
After breakfast in your Lima hotel, you'll transfer to the
airport for the short flight to Cuzco. Upon arrival in
Cuzco, you'll be greeted by one of our Cuzco tour guides and
transferred to your Cuzco hotel. Spend the rest of the day
at your leisure, making sure to acclimatize to the high
altitude. In the afternoon, enjoy a Cuzco city tour of the
Cathedral and Korikancha, as well as the nearby ruins of
Sacsayhuaman, Tambomachay and Qenqo. A traditional
Cusquenean dinner and folklore show are included in
See all our recommended Cuzco hotels.
Day 3: Cusco – Sacred Valley – Pisaq Market –
Enjoy breakfast in your Cuzco hotel before setting out on a
Sacred Valley tour. First, you'll head to Pisak, a little
village nestled in the Sacred Valley between Cuzco and Machu
Picchu. It's famous for its Pisak Market, an open-air market
where locals bring their handicrafts and produce to sell.
Browse the handmade goods before taking a tour of the Pisak
ruins, an Inca site that shows off the Incas splendid
masonry. In the afternoon, continue on to Ollantaytambo,
another town in the Sacred Valley with impressive Inca
ruins, aqueducts, and terraces. The town is the only one
that has been in continuous operation since the time of the
*The Sacred Valley Tour is available only on Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Sundays
See our Sacred Valley hotel choices.
Day 4: Cusco – Machupicchu.
Early in the morning, transfer to the station for the train
ride to Machu Picchu. A scenic train journey brings you to
the town of Aguas Calientes, where you will take a shuttle
bus up to the entrance of the ruins. Enjoy a guided visit to
Machu Picchu, often called the “Lost City of the Incas”
because it was the only Inca site unattacked by the Spanish.
Browse its fabulous stone architecture and astonishing
landscapes while learning about this fascinating city of
stone. After free time for lunch, return by shuttle bus from
Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes. Choose from one of the many
little restaurants for your dinner. Spend the night in Aguas
Calientes in the shadow of Machu Picchu at the Hatuchay
Towers**** Aguas Calientes.
See our other recommended Machu Picchu hotels.
Day 5: Aguas Calientes – Cusco.
This morning, you may want to spend another day at the
citadel of Machu Picchu. Wake early and take the first
shuttle bus to the entrance to get there in time for the
sunrise, then walk about the site on your own, or take the
hike to Huynu Picchu, the trail that leads up to the
mountain above Machu Picchu. If you prefer, you can spend
the day relaxing in Aguas Calientes instead. Soak in the
natural hot springs for which the little town was named. In
the afternoon, take your 1st class train back to Cuzco or
Ollantaytambo (depending on the train availability).
Transfer to your hotel and enjoy a last stroll over the
baroque heart of Cusco, the Plaza de Armas.
Day 6: Cuzco – Puno by Scenic Train
Journey through the highlands of Peru by train from Cuzco to
Puno. Relax in your first class train seat as you watch
vistas of the Andes pass by. In the evening, you'll check
into your Puno hotel, on the shores of the beautiful Lake
Titicaca. Tonight's dinner is included. Make sure to relax
and adjust to the altitude, since Lake Titcaca is at almost
12,000 feet (3855 meters) above sea level.
*Train is available only on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Saturdays. Alternative transfer includes flight or first
class bus with sightseeing and lunch along the route.
See our recommended Puno hotels, next to Lake Titicaca.
Day 7: Lake Titicaca and the Floating Islands of Uros
Soak in the beauty of this high altitude lake that is known
in Inca history as the birthplace of the Inca Empire. The
lake dwellers of Lake Titicaca are expert reed craftsmen
whose reed craftsmanship has been handed down for centuries.
The Uros tribe even continues to build reed islands and
boats, which you can visit during your Lake Titicaca tour.
Next, have a look at the astonishing pre-Columbian funeral
towers of Sillustani on a peninsula in lake Umayo. These
towers, built well before the Inca times, display a mastery
of architecture that has been difficult to replicate. In the
evening, return to your Puno hotel for the night.
Day 8: Lake Titicaca Cruise to La Paz & Tiahuanaco Ruins
A spectacular way to tour the massive Lake Titicaca is to
take a Lake Titicaca cruise. Setting off in the morning,
your cruise will head to Isla del Sol, a small islnad where
you'll stop off and explore, with enough time to have lunch.
Then reboard for the cruise to Bolivian coast. Upon arrival,
you'll be greeted by a Bolivia tour guide for your tour of
the Tiahuanaco ruins, a wonderful set of ruins built by the
greatest pre-Inca culture. Afterwards, you'll be transfered
to your La Paz hotel for the night. La Paz is the highest
altitude city in the world, so make sure to rest easy while
your body adjusts. Tonight's dinner is included.
La Paz - Hotel El Rey Palace ****
Day 9: La Paz City Tour & Valley of the Moon Tour
Continue on the travels of the Incas as you explore the
Bolivian capital of La Paz and the surrounding ruins built
by Incas or pre-Inca cultures. The La Paz City Tour starts
with a visit to the Plaza Murillo (the main square) At the
Plaza Murillo, bordered by the cathedral and by the
Government Palace (now called the "Palacio Quemado" for the
number of times it has burned). Across the plaza is the
Congress building that before 1904 housed a convent, a jail,
and a university. Next, tour Iglesia de San Francisco,
reconstructed in 1784 of the original 1548 church. Note the
combination of Christian and indigenous figures and animals
carved on the stone facade. No visit to La Paz is complete
without a visit to the Mercado de HechicerÅa, the Witches
Market. On sale here are herbs and magic charms for any
occasion, as well as those for love, money or health. Then,
head out of the capital a few miles to come to the Valle de
la Luna, or Valley of the Moon. This vastbadlands of hills
and rock eroded into weird shapes and deep gulleys contrasts
shardly with the constant hum of the capital city below.
Here we will also visit a ceramic workshop with a
demonstration of the art of pottery. Return to La Paz for
Day 10: Departure from La Paz
After breakfast in your La Paz hotel, you are free to
continue to explore the city, continue on your South America
vacation with another one of our tours, or transfer to the
airport for your flight home.
End Our Services.
All hotel and lodge accommodations based on double
All scheduled transportation.
All scheduled excursions with English-speaking guide
All entrance fees.
Meals as specified in the itinerary.
International Domestic airfares, airport departure
taxes or visa fees, excess baggage charges,
additional nights during the trip due to flight
cancellations, alcoholic beverages or bottled water,
snacks, insurance of any kind, laundry, phone calls,
radio calls or messages, reconfirmation of flights
and items of personal nature, domestic flight
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