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Walking Holidays in Peru

Walking Holidays in Peru

Our Peru Walking Holidays

The Inca Trail

Walking Holidays in Peru
8 Days from USD 2,700

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Follow in the footsteps of the Peruvian Incas

Walking & Trekking

Essential Inca Trail

Walking Holidays in Peru
7 Days from USD 1,710
USD 1,645

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Join our express trip to the once-lost Inca city of Machu Picchu: fewer days, the same New Wonder of the World

Walking & Trekking

Inca Trail, Titicaca & Nazca

Lake Titicaca
15 Days from USD 4,500

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Peru's deserts and high Andes and follow a classic trekking route

Walking & Trekking

Inca Trail & the Amazon Rainforest

15 Days from USD 6,000

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Trekking, jungle and indigenous culture – the best Peru has to offer

Walking & Trekking

The Salkantay Trek

14 Days from USD 4,048
USD 3,855

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Peru's Cordillera Vilcabamba, join the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Walking & Trekking

The Inca Trail in Comfort

Machu Picchu
8 Days from USD 3,898
USD 3,750

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Follow in the footsteps of the Peruvian Incas in extra comfort

Walking & Trekking

Sacred Valley & One-Day Inca Trail Trek

Machu Picchu
7 Days from USD 1,948
USD 1,875

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

A short introduction to Cuzco and the Sacred Valley of Peru

Walking & Trekking

The Lost City of Choquequirao

13 Days from USD 3,298
USD 3,135

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Peru's Cordillera Vilcabamba to the lost Inca site of Choquequirao

Walking & Trekking

The Moonstone Trek

Peruvian Andes
9 Days from USD 2,700

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

An excellent introduction to high Andean trekking

Walking & Trekking

Top 5 Places to Visit on Peru Trekking Holidays

Machu Picchu: Placing Peru firmly on the map, Machu Picchu is an ancient archaeological site that can’t be ignored by anyone wanting to explore the country. The ancient citadel was built by the Incas around 500 years ago and is set among the most incredible Andean backdrop of mountains and cloud forests. You can take various routes up to Machu Picchu, but the Inca Trail is arguably the most stunning. Arriving at the Sun Gate on the slopes of Machu Picchu, you’ll enjoy staggering views across the Lost City and the Andes.

Cuzco: Once the capital of the Incan Empire, Cusco is a spellbinding city in the Peruvian Andes and is most famous for its Spanish colonial architecture and archaeological remains. At its centre ornate cathedrals, ancient ruins and agricultural terraces surround the Plaza de Armas in the old city. This is a fascinating place for history lovers wanting to learn more about Peru’s Incan heritage and you could easily spend a day here admiring the architecture. Cusco is also the starting point for the Inca Trail and Salcantay routes.

Amazon Rainforest: The lush canopy of the sprawling Amazon Rainforest is home to some of Peru’s most wonderful wildlife and is a must for nature lovers on walking holidays in Peru. Meandering rivers, lakes and forest trails steer you through the natural habitats of animals such as monkeys, reptiles, giant otters and a whole host of birdlife. As well as exploring on foot, you can also paddle along the waterways in a canoe. This is a unique experience that will jostle your senses as you listen to the sounds of the wild on an extraordinary adventure.

Lima: The city of Lima is the vibrant capital of Peru and is a heady concoction of culture and history, providing a stark contrast against the natural landscapes. There’s no doubt Lima will charm you with its colonial-influenced architecture, coastal backdrop and tropical beats. Dubbed ‘the gastronomic capital of South America’, the city is also home to some of the most sensational food in the world with Peruvian delicacies such as Ceviche, Lomo Saltado, Picarones and Aji de Gallini. Food lovers will be in their element with the wealth of tasty treats on offer.

Lake Titicaca: Lying nearly 4,000 metres up in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru, Lake Titicaca is the largest and highest navigable freshwater lake in South America. But this isn’t the only reason it’s caused a stir with both locals and visitors to Peru – it’s believed by the Incans to be the birthplace of the sun, and that’s one impressive claim to fame! The highland lake is overlooked by imposing Andean peaks and strewn across the plateau you’ll find ancient ruins that tell of its past. The locals make a living from selling handmade crafts and even to this day they harvest their crops by hand. If you enjoy delving into the history of the destinations you visit, this is a great place to find out more about the real Peru.

An amazing adventure exploring beautiful Kerala with local guides.

Simon Greenslade Spice Trails of Kerala

This trip was just great on many levels. We had a very enjoyable holiday with a great small group and we all got on and laughed throughout the trip.
Trekking for the first 6 days after arriving in Munnar, was through stunning scenery, tea plantations, mountains, views, a village seeing real local life. However it wasn’t always easy in 28-30 deg with some pretty steep ascents and I found it challenging at times even being quite fit although not at my peak! I think calling it a level 3 rating in difficulty underestimates the walking. We walked from 7-16 km each day. Camping was wonderful, excellent food was cooked in basic conditions and our hot lunch was carried by the guide each day. Just had to carry a lot of water & sun stuff.
The second week was amazing too. As per itinerary we saw Madurai, temple is spectacular, we all did the street food tour & all ok after! Peniyar National park walk and the boat trip were great, saw elephants and other wildlife. The houseboat was so relaxing and the food was amazing. Out homestay was wonderful too, we were all together and spent time on the beach but it was v hot.
Our guide Santosh was A** and looked after us so incredibly well, took us to all our dinners & lunches not included so we didn’t have to think at all!

Eileen Bickers Spice Trails of Kerala

A really enjoyable holiday despite the potential for disruption caused by the farmers’ road blocks, deftly avoided by Michael, our very knowledgable guide, and his network of ‘spies’. A good variety of walks, nicely paced to accommodate the mixed ability within the group. The day off in Sevilla is a must, as is the optional trip to Ronda. As an add-on consider exploring Malaga, if you’ve not been before. It’s well worth the effort, and if slotted in before the walking begins, as I did, gently eases you into holiday mode.

John Cartwright Walking in Andalucia