Peru Organised Trips

Belmond Hiram Bingham to Machu Picchu

The Belmond-operated Hiram Bingham is the most luxurious train journey between Cuzco and Machu Picchu. Enjoy a delicious brunch while gazing out at incredible views of the surrounding countryside. On arrival at Machu Picchu, take a guided tour of the citadel and stop for afternoon tea at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge. Relax onboard during your return to Cuzco with cocktails, live music and a gourmet dinner. Also available from the Sacred Valley.

Duration:

Full day

Start time: Morning - depending on train timetable
End time: Evening - depending on train timetable
Included/Excluded:

Included: Transfer, guide, brunch, afternoon tea, dinner, train ticket, entrance ticket, bus ticket.

Max. group size: 20
Transport details:

Sprinter or van depending on passenger numbers and the Belmond Hiram Bingham Train.

Health & Fitness:

Not suitable for individuals with walking difficulties.

What to take:

Comfortable walking shoes, camera, water, sun protection, hat, waterproof jacket.

Other information:

Departs Monday-Saturday.

Departures from Cusco and Sacred Valley.
English or Spanish speaking guide available.

PeruRail Titicaca Train day trip

Embark on a voyage from Cuzco to Puno (Lake Titicaca), or vice-versa, on board this award-winning 1920s-style train which features comfortable seating and panoramic windows to fully immerse you in the magnificent landscapes. Admire the spectacular views as mountains, clouds and verdant rolling plains unfold before you. Stop at exciting destinations en route and enjoy facilities including a dining car, bar, an open-air observatory car and entertainment.

Duration:

10½ hours

Other information:

Departs daily (except Tue).

Sacred Valley tour

Discover the highlights of the Sacred Valley on this captivating tour which is available from Cuzco or Urubamba (Sacred Valley). Ollantaytambo is home to some of the most impressive Incan archaeological sites and you can climb steep stairs to the top of the fortress. The ancient Maras salt mines were built on the slope of a mountain in Pre-Incan times and cascade down the valley while the huge agricultural terraces of Moray were built in natural holes and resemble a Roman amphitheatre.

Duration:

Full day