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Travel to Peru with Yampu and see a unique country, with geography that ranges from the peaks of the Andes to the arid plains of the Pacific coast and the tropical forests of the Amazon Basin. On our Peru tours you can hike the Inca Trail or discover Machu Picchu by train. You can also explore Lake Titicaca, the Colca Canyon and the Nazca Lines. Peru stands out in South America not only as a country with scenery that grabs you by the lapels, but also as one with rich culture. Many of its native people speak Quechua and have lifestyles marked by tradition. As the most influential city in Peru's Viceroyalty, Lima has well-preserved colonial architecture and some of the finest, South American restaurants.

All of our Peru Highlight tours include Lima, Cuzco and a Machu Picchu tour. We also offer thematic tours such as spiritual tours, Peru Amazon tours (with an optional Amazon River cruise add-on), tours that showcase Peru’s wildlife, as well as a number of side trips that can be mixed and matched as you see fit. Most of Yampu’s Peru tours do not have set dates of departure and allow you the flexibility to choose your own travel dates and create your own Peru itinerary (subject to availability). For a free Peru tour quote and the ultimate Peru Travel experience, call us Toll Free at 1-888-926-7801

The 5 most popular trips in Peru: Lima, Cuzco, 4-Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and Tambopata Reserve
Lima, Cuzco, Machu Picchu, Arequipa, Colca with Lake Titicaca and Nazca Lines
Lima, Cuzco, Machu Picchu, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica and Lake Titicaca
Lima, Cuzco, Machu Picchu and Delfin I Amazon Cruise
Lima, Cuzco, Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley – Most Adventurous
Customer testimonial:

Our trip to Peru was fantastic! Thank you everso. The jungle was brilliant and would like to go again. We saw a Jaguar which was exciting as Carlo (our Guide) said the last sighting was last November. Our lodges at Tambopata were wonderful even though the lights went out at 10pm and glad of the cold showers as it was so hot. We survived a massive thunderstorm on our last evening. Although suffering from the altitude we managed to start the Inca Trail but unfortunately, Andy suffered badly with stomach problems and could not go on after the first check point. We waited for the porters to come back and set up camp for our return on horse back to the start in the morning. Elban, our guide, arranged two horses from a lady in the mountains. Elban also kindly organized prices for the 4 taxis and would not leave us until we were safely at the hotel and the arrival of the doctor for Andy. Eric, our guide at the Inca trail, wanted us to meet the group on the last day and evening but we thought it best to take it easy and just go for the day on the Saturday and stay at the wonderful Inkaterra Hotel with their log fire, their beautiful surroundings and mouthwatering food. We were hoping to have had an earlier night but after meeting a few Americans and ITV1 film crew we decided to meet up with a few more friends in the village for a drink. The next day we decided to try out their Andean Sauna which is a hut with heated stones in the middle, raised wooden beds with towels and romantic candles - very relaxing! It seems that we were forever eating on the Andean Explorer. The entertainers, visitors to the observation carriage and waiters/waitresses were locked in our carriage because the lock jammed which was funny. With a loud cheer the maintenance chaps safely rescued them by taking the whole lock and handle off. Cheema, our guide at Lake Titicaca, was lovely and looked after us at the Uros Islands making sure that we have an island for ourselves for the history and formation of the island of reeds, a romantic sail on the reed canoe. We saw a falcon fighting an eagle when visiting Sillustani. The tombs were fascinating. Andy and I were upset to leave Cheema at the airport as she became very close to us in the very short time we knew her. We were worried about the safety at Lima but we had nothing to fear at Miraflores because of the friendly hotel staff. The concierge booked a very good seat for us at the Le Dama Juana restaurant which gave us a bird’s eye view of the stage to witness exciting, romantic, life threatening scissor dancers and a delicious buffet and good wine. Overall, we would like to thank all of you at Yampu from the start right to the finish. You have made this holiday, the transfers were precisely on time, the guides were good English speakers and intelligent on their particular subject and of Peru itself. Even though we had to pay for the extra rooms at Cusco, the lost bus tickets (I lost them), the extra Vistadome ticket and the upgrade to the suite at Lima we had a lovely time. The guides were very friendly, courteous, especially Cheema. We will certainly recommend your agency to other people and hopefully use you again. Thank you everso much for our holiday.

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