14 Day – Nazca, kuelap, Caral and Machupicchu

Getting to Cachicata takes 3 to 4 hours

14 days
Price: contact us
Limited to 10 guests
    1. Internal airfares Lima –Cusco – Lima and to the Amazon and airport taxes.
    2. Nazca Lines Flight
    3. Dune Buggy Huacachina desert
    4. Private ground transportation.
    5. Assistance in Lima for Check inn flight and transportation.
    6. Hotels
    7. All breakfasts and lunches and some dinners
    8. Shaman-trained Guide and expenses
    9. Entrance fees to Machu Picchu (2), Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo, Cusco sites and museums
    10. Bus to Machu Picchu round trip (2)
    11. Train fares. (Vista dome)
    12. Water and energy bars daily.
    13. Bread and Hot Chocolate to share with the children.
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    On your arrival in the capital city, Lima, you will be taken your hotel. If you arrive early, optional tours of the city sights, including museums and the beautiful walk on the cost for a great dinner at Rosa Nautica inside the ocean with Washi. (L, D)

  • 2


    Caral is the OLDEST know city in the Americas. Developed simultaneously with the ancient cultures of mesopotamia and Egypt about 5000 years ago. The archeological site of Caral is among Peru’s most impressive ruins and makes a popular day trip from nearby Lima. The UNESCO World Heritage listed site covers an area of around 60 hectares in the arid Supe Valley. Although initially discovered back in 1948, recent excavations of Caral revealed an elaborate complex of temples, sunken plazas and some of the largest terraced pyramids in the world, leading archeologists to ponder the possibility of Caral being the fabled ‘Mother City’ of ancient civilizations. CEREMONY WITH BROTHER WASHI This site has garnered acclaim for its beautifully preserved ruins and intriguing collection of artifacts, which include a quipu (a unique knot system used by ancient Andean civilizations) and a number of musical instruments fashioned from animal bones, but significantly, no trace of warfare or weaponry afternoon check inn in the beautiful hotel for another great night, dinner on a great restaurant. (B, L, D)

  • 3


    Enjoy a great breakfast at the hotel, then drive back to Paracas with brother David Choque and Washi passing by small town in the short of the Ocean front and el Carmen were Afro Peruvian lives and see their costumes also visit for and amazing Hacienda San Jose Chincha, located 200 km south of Lima, is the home of Afro-Peruvian Culture. This dates back to the 17th century, when rich landowners imported slaves from Africa to help pick cotton and cultivate sugar on their lands, we will stay here for a great night (B, L, D)

  • 4


    Enjoy a great breakfast at the hacienda hotel. Then we head to the wineries, to learn and experience how the Peruvians make red wine and a potent grape brandy called Pisco. During this tour, we will visit a large industrial winery and a smaller family-run winery that uses techniques introduced by the Spanish colonists. At both wineries, you are welcome to taste the wines and Pisco. Lunch together, Enjoy the oasis and perhaps take a romantic walk in the dunes finally we will have the opportunity to visit the Oasis of the Huacachina that is located just 4 miles from Ica City, to our next adventures, the Sand buggy on the Amazing desert drive and enjoy the sun set and amazing pictures, like our ancestors eyes will see. Back to the Hotel to: for another great night (B,L,D)

  • 5


    Breakfast starting any time and short drive to the Aeropodromo for Your flight to see all the Nazca Lines. The Nazca Lines are a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert of Peru. They have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The high, arid plateau stretches more than 80 kilometres (50 mi) between the towns of Nazca and Palpa on the Pampas de Jumana. Although some local geoglyphs resemble Paracas motifs, scholars believe the Nazca Lines were created by the Nazca culture between 400 and 650 AD.[1] The hundreds of individual figures range in complexity from simple lines to stylized hummingbirds, spiders, monkeys, fish, sharks or orcas, llamas, lizards, etc. The largest figures are over 200 metres (660 ft) across. After Late Lunch meet your driver for your scenic drive back to Lima. (B,L,D)

  • 6


    Enjoy a great breakfast at the hotel, then walk across to the airport for your short flight to Chachapoyas with your personal guide. Our driver will pick you up and walk by the one of the most beautiful Colonial City of Peru after you’ll drive for 1 hour through the central Jungle to the amazing hotel looking over the waterfalls of Gocta. After a short and some great food and rest, hike for 3 hours round trip to the second highest water falls on the world. Back to your nice hotel and relax. Late Afternoon dinner included. (B, L, D)

  • 7


    Pick Up at 6:30 AM after a good breakfast. We will leave the hotel and drive to see many archaeological sites and the Mirador de los Cóndor. Make sure to bring your binoculars! We will also see native communities as well. Arrive at Kuelap tourist center; we will take the cable car to this ancient citadel built by the Pre-Incan Chachapoyas culture and dates back to 6AD. Our professional guides will show you around the area and give you a detailed explanation of the most important and interesting areas of Kuelap Fortress and the ancient city, that is the second most visited City after MachuPicchu. Box Lunch provided at the village of Maria. Afterwards, drive to Waterfall of Gocta, one of the highest waterfalls in the world! Enjoy another good night’s rest. (B, L, D)

  • 8


    Enjoy a full breakfast before our next adventure. From Gocta Water Falls we will drive to Chachapoyas City where we will take our flight to LIMA and to Cusco connecting through Lima. Afternoon walk by this beautiful colonial City. (B, L)

  • 9


    Breakfast at the hotel starting at 6:00 a.m. Pick up at 12:00 p.m. after a great rest and drive through those impressive Mountains looking the snow cupped mountains and visit the most wonderful native communities where we will serve the children and get to meet them. (B, L)

  • 10


    Our Sacred valley tour begins when you are met by washi at the hotel, On the way to the Sacred Valley, Magical Tours Peru guide will take you on a quick tour of picturesque Plaza de Armas after this visit the circular terraces of Moray – the Navel of the Earth. At this sacred site we will feel the connection with the three worlds represented by the Condor, Puma and Snake sacred animals. See how our ancestors built an amphitheater-like structure to study different microclimates. We will also visit an amazing salt flats operation en route to Ollantaytambo, and for those who want to stretch their legs and get a little exercise, there is an opportunity to hike down into the valley for a while and meet up with the bus further down the road. Buffet Lunch at Tunupa Restaurant at the Sacred Valley in an Spanish old Hacienda. Then, the next stop is Ollantaytambo site (9,185 ft.), a small town with an impressive Inca fortress, the princess baths and pink granite temples which we will explore. Another good night. (B, L)

    Note: Ollantaytambo is lower than Cusco which will make it easier to acclimatize to the altitude. For your convenience, we provide water daily.

  • 11


    Begin today with a walking to the train station at Ollantaytambo. The train travels along the scenic the Urubamba River before gaining elevation and mountain views and passing through a magnificent cloud forest before reaching the town of Aguas Calientes. We will take the bus to Machu Picchu the ruins to avoid the crowds and see the sun illuminating the walls of this sacred and magical place. Exploring the mountain citadel of Machu Picchu (7,875 ft.) for about 4 hours. Late Lunch Included near the Ruins. Spend the remain of the day climbing to the gate of the SUN or to the Inca Gate, returning in the late afternoon to the hotel at the ruins and a delicious dinner of regional cuisine included at the Luxury Hotel. (B, L)

  • 12


    Start the day with the unforgettable experience a Machu Picchu sunrise, the best time for photographing the ruins. Continue your explorations, climbing to the sacred peak of Huayna Picchu or walking through cloud forest vegetation to reach the Temple of the Moon. Return to the train station for a ride back to Ollantaytambo where you will meet your driver who will take you to the Chincheros artisan market. Here, local artisans explain their craft of textile work, describing their traditional ways of shearing, processing, dyeing, and weaving from alpaca wool. After some last-minute shopping, return to Cusco. (B, L)

  • 13


    Our next stop is an Incan adventure! Begin with a guided walking tour through Cusco to see the colorful markets, the colonial cathedral and Koricancha, the impressive Temple of the Sun. After a lunch of tasty local dishes, you’ll stop at several prominent Inca sights, including: the megalithic stone fortress of Sacsayhuaman; Kenko, with its carved stone surfaces and subterranean altars; the small Puka Pukara fortress that protected the royal capital from attacks; and an Incan water temple, Tambo Machay. In the late afternoon, you’ll return to the comfort of your hotel to relax or explore further on your own. (B, L)

  • 14


    Today you can enjoy Cusco on your own – stroll through its cobblestone streets, poke your head into galleries and meet artists and artisans before you stop for a café on the Plaza de Armas or in the bohemian neighborhood of San Blas. Cusco is a great place to do last minute shopping. We’ll meet back at the hotel by 3:00pm – and be transferred to the airport for our flight back to Lima, and our connecting flight to HOME.

KEY: (B)reakfast (L)unch (D)inner 

HOTELES: Are listed in each day, you can get more information by entering to their Web page.

*Please note that exact pick up times and tour start times will be reconfirmed daily with your local guides.


  • Cell Phone, Phone Charger
  • Clock/ alarm / lock your important things at hotels
  • Bank Card authorized
  • Luggage lock
  • Passport
  • Camera
  • Reading and Sun Glasses
  • Cash USD and not broken dollar bills
  • Small day back pack
  • Comfortable walking shoes and shoes you can hike in.
  • Waterproof Jacket
  • Wind proof jacket, mostly clothes for mild weather 60-70 degrees F.
  • Warm jacket, hat and gloves for high altitude evenings.
  • Good camera and extra battery and memory card
  • Good flash light
  • 220/ 110V ( plug) adaptor
  • Insect repellent (you can buy it there if needed)
  • Sun block, sunglasses, hat
  • Some school supplies to share with the children while visiting communities. (Pencils, Pens, notebooks etc.)
  • International airfares.
  • Dinners
  • Extra beverages.
  • Tips (bellmen, waiters, guide, drivers)
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