June 9, 2019 – June 26, 2019 all-day

Visiting – Lima, Paracas, Sacred Valley, Cusco & Puno

JUNE 9 – 26, 2019


Peru – “The Kingdom of the Sun“ is a land of antique cultures where the traditional way of living of the indigenous people has survived until today. With its various aspects of landscape and nature, it invites visitors to explore the coast, the highland and the rainforest. Besides “The lost city of the Incas“ Machu Picchu and the impressive ruins around Cusco, Peru has much more cultural highlights to offer. There are the famous Nasca Lines, Lake Titicaca, the Colca Canyon and of course the interesting North of the country with its beautiful nature and rich archeology.

“We are travelers, not tourists” 


Day 1- Sunday, June 9, 2019

Depart New York Kennedy airport via TAM Airlines flight 531 at 11:35p.m.



Day 2 – Monday, June 10, 2019

Welcome to Peru!  Upon arrival in Lima at 6:05a.m. you will be welcomed at the airport and taken to your hotel.

  • Meals: Dinner
  • Transfer airport – hotel
  • Transfer hotel – restaurant – hotel

Lima – The Peruvian capital was founded in 1535 by the Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro. Also known as the “City of Kings,” in it you will encounter colonial richness, a modern metropolis and the bustling vitality of a major city. It is divided into 43 districts, each with its own magic and magnetism. The weather tends to be warm and humid throughout the year, with a thick fog called the “garua” during the winter months (May to September).

For dinner you will be picked up and brought to a local restaurant with view onto the Pacific Ocean to enjoy a delicious welcome dinner. After the meal you will be brought back to your hotel.

Overnight at the Hotel Jose Antonio Deluxe 4* (standard room)



Day 03 – Tuesday, June 11 2019 Lima
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • City Tour with visit of the churches of Lima (4h)
  • Visit of Larco Herrera museum and Archaeological museum (5h)

You will be picked up at the hotel and start your City Tour with a visit of the most important churches of Lima. You begin at the Plaza de Armas with the Cathedral. It was built between 1564 and 1622 and houses the corpse of the Peru’s conqueror Francisco Pizarro. Not far away, there is the oldest monastery of Lima, Santo Domingo (circa 16th century), where the relics of the three Peruvian saints Santa Rosa de Lima, San Martin de Porres and San Juan Macias are conserved.

Later, you go to the colonial building of San Francisco Monastery where is a museum of religious art, a historic library and impressive catacombs. You end the tour with the church Las Nazarenas. It was constructed in 1771 alongside a monastery. The church is home to the “Señor de los Milagros”, the patron of the city.

**Remark: The Cathedral is closed Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning and holidays.

Enjoy a variety of local food in the Café Del Museo, which belongs to the Rafael Larco Herrera Museum. Located in the garden in a beautiful colonial building you can either sit outside on the terrace, surrounded by beautiful flowers or inside in a modern and bright environment.

After lunch you will visit the Larco Herrera museum and the Archeological museum. With more than 45.000 objects of pre-Columbian ceramics, textiles and gold and silver pieces, the Larco Herrera museum houses one of the most impressive collections at all. It is also known for its exhibition of erotic ceramics of the Mochica culture.

Afterwards, you go to the Archaeological museum. The building that houses the museum was once residence of famous personalities such as San Martin, Bolivar and different vice-kings. Its exhibition shows a fascinating collection of beautiful ceramics and gold and silver objects of different cultures of Peru.

Overnight at the Hotel Jose Antonio Deluxe 4* (standard room)



Day 04 – Wednesdsy, June 12, 2019 Lima-Paracas
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • Excursion to El Carmen with visit of the Hacienda San José
  • Visit of local school (1h)
  • Vineyard tour Hacienda Tacama (1h 30min)

Today you will drive south along the coast on the Pan-American Highway to Paracas.  On the way you will visit El Carmen, the heart of the afro-Peruvian culture and the center of folklore in the province, a cheerful, lively romantic town set in a large Chincha valley. The town dates back to the 17th century, when the Jesuits settled in the lands of San José and San Régis. Since its inception, the largest percentage of its population was afro-Peruvian people, which increased as a result of the abolition of slavery. The district is mainly focused on agriculture thanks to its pleasant climate.

Here you will visit a local school where you will be able to be in contact with local children and teachers and will give them a donation.

You will visit the old mansion San José where you will learn more about its fascinating history and enjoy lunch. If you dare you can visit the slave tunnels underneath the manor.

After lunch continue to Ica where you will visit a vinery and learn more about the production of the famous Pisco and taste the national drinks as well as a few wines.

Paracas – The name derives from a culture that was living on the peninsula south of Lima from 900 to 200 B.C. The village is known for its proximity to the Ballestas Islands, a group of small, rocky islands that are home to thousands of seabirds such as Peruvian Boobies, Cormorants but also a colony of sea lions and Humboldt Penguins. It is also possible to fly over the famous Nasca Lines from the nearby airfield in Pisco. 

Overnight at the Hotel Aranwa Paracas Resort & Spa 4-5* (deluxe room)



Day 05 – Thursday, June 13, 2019 Paracas-Lima-Pisco
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Dinner
  • Tour to Ballestas Islands (2h)
  • Transfer Paracas – Lima (3h 30min)
  • Transfer hotel – restaurant – hotel

In the morning board a speedboat from the pier of Paracas to go to Ballestas Islands. On the way out to the Pacific Ocean, you pass by the National Reserve of Paracas that consists of land and sea. During a short photo stop you will be able to take pictures of the figure of „El Candelabro“, etched into the side of a hill. Once you reach the islands, you have the chance to see animals in their natural environment. There are thousands of different birds, as well as sea lions, cormorants, pelicans and penguins to take pictures of.

**Remark: Ballestas Islands are protected and not to be walked on. You will not leave the boat on this excursion but will go near enough to take good pictures of the animals. The length of the boat excursion is about 2h. 

In the afternoon you will return to Lima.

On the way you will have the possibility to enjoy an overflight over the Nazca lines.

Optional: Nazca Lines overflight from Pisco (1h 30min)

Upon arrival at the airport of Pisco, embark onto an aircraft to fly over the mysterious Nazca lines (approx. 90min overflight). Located in the arid Peruvian coastal plain, some 400 km south of Lima, the geoglyphs of Nazca and the pampas of Jumana cover about 450 km2. These lines, which were scratched on the surface of the ground between 500 B.C. and A.D. 500, are among archaeology’s greatest enigmas because of their quantity, nature, size and continuity. They have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The lines are a series of complex designs, some up to 300 meters long which can only be seen in their true dimension from the sky, from an altitude of at least 1,500 feet. Some of the figures that you will appreciate are the monkey, the spider, the Astronaut, the family and the hummingbird.

**Remark: Please note that due to very limited availability of the flights, we always recommend to pre-book this flight.

It is important to mention that the exact time for the overflight can only be confirmed 1 day before.

For dinner you will be taken to a local restaurant perfectly located in the shopping mall Larco Mar in Miraflores. Enjoy a variety of the Peruvian cuisine whether sitting outside in its cosy Patio with an imposing view of the Pacific Ocean or inside in a comfortable atmosphere.

After the meal you will be brought back to your hotel.

Overnight at the Hotel Jose Antonio Deluxe 4* (standard room)



Day 06 – Friday, June 14, 2019 Lima-Cusco-Sacred Valley
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • Transfer hotel – airport
  • Flight Lima – Cusco
  • Transfer airport – hotel in Sacred Valley
  • On the way: Visit Moray and Maras

You will be picked up at given time at the hotel and brought to the airport for your flight to Cusco.

Arrival in Cusco and transfer to your hotel in the Sacred Valley.

The Urubamba Valley or Sacred Valley is a valley in the Andes of Peru, close to the Inca capital of Cusco and below the ancient sacred city of Machu Picchu. It is located in the modern Peruvian region of Cusco. In colonial documents it is referred to as the “Valley of Yucay”, according to recent researches it encompasses the heartland of the Inca Empire. The valley includes everything between Calca and Lamay, Pisac, and Ollantaytambo, it has been formed by the Urubamba River, also known as Vilcanota River or Wilcamayu. The latter in Quechua means the Sacred River. It is fed by numerous rivers which descend through adjoining valleys and gorges, and contains numerous archaeological remains and villages. The valley was appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the empire’s main points for the extraction of natural wealth, and one of the most important areas for maize production in Peru northwards from Pisac.

Your guide will take you on a tour to the different Inca Communities and antique salt mines. You will start the tour with a visit to Moray, a Pre-Incan site built with round, agricultural terraces, some of them up to 150m deep. The little Andean community which is famous for its embedded amphitheater. Evidences seem to suggest that Moray was an important Inca agricultural research center. Nearby, you will visit the salt flats near the small village of Maras. Since before Incan times, salt water has been distributed in pans and dried for harvesting, making Maras in Inca times an important trading center. The harvesting is up to this day done by hand and the view of this complex of nearly 3,000 wells is spectacular.

Lunch at a local restaurant is included before you are taken to your hotel to relax.

Overnight at the Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado 4* (superior room)



Day 07 – Saturday, June 15, 2019 Sacred Valley
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • Excursion to the market and ruins of Pisac and to the ruins of Ollantaytambo (8h)
  • Visit of a typical house (30min)

You will be picked up at the hotel and driven to the village of Pisac. The place is known for its numerous agricultural terraces and its colorful market. The hills on its southern and eastern side were used intensively by the Incas and above, they built a religious center with temples and buildings that stand out architecturally. The whole area has a wide range and you will stroll through it, discovering new sites after each curve and having a new perspective onto the Sacred Valley. After the visit of the ruins, you go down to the village and stroll over the market of Pisac well-known amongst inhabitants and tourists. On the bazaar-like open market you can buy a wide variety of Peruvian handicrafts such as: ceramics, alpaca clothes, musical instruments, paintings, antiques, and, most of all, weavings and jewelry. Like on traditional Peruvian markets, bargaining is welcome here!

Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and watch the elegant Peruvian Paso Horse.

In the afternoon, you continue to Ollantaytambo. The impressive fortress thrones protectively above the village, the sight is great. Ollantaytambo is one of the few scenes where the Spaniards lost a battle against the Incas.

Visit a typical house located in the town of Ollantaytambo, one of the oldest towns in the surroundings of Cusco and very often called the “last living Inca village of Peru”. Experience the unique way of living in the Sacred Valley in a family home owned for generations, located close to the entrance of the Ollantaytambo ruins.

**Remark: The main market days in Pisac are Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The other days, a smaller market is held. 

Overnight at the Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado 4* (superior room)



Day 08 – Sunday, June 16, 2019 Sacred Valley-Machu Picchu-Cusco
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • Transfer hotel – Ollantaytambo train station – hotel Cusco
  • Inca Rail – Machu Picchu train Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo
  • Shuttle bus to/from Machu Picchu
  • Guided Tour Machu Picchu ruins (2h 30min)
  • Luggage transfer Sacred Valley – Cusco

You will be picked up at the hotel and brought to the train station in order to board the train with destination Aguas Calientes, the village at the feet of Machu Picchu. You make your way through the Sacred Valley, the train passing little villages, in the background snow-capped mountains. Vegetation suddenly changes; you reach Aguas Calientes and board the shuttle bus to the Machu Picchu ruins. Here, you learn more about its discovery and the different theories on how and why it was built, visiting the main plaza, the Temple of Three Windows, the circular tower, the sacred sun dial and the burial grounds.

Lunch at the Sanctuary Lodge right outside the citadel is included.

Machu Picchu – “The lost city of the Incas“ is not only one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, but also the biggest treasure of Perus past and the empire of the Incas. Undiscovered by the Spaniards and forgotten over centuries, it was 1911 that the US-American scientist Hiram Bingham came upon it accidentally. Until today, the ruins leave scientists with numerous questions and riddles on how it was built and for which purpose. Theories vary but one thing is for sure: Machu Picchu is one of the most impressive and exciting places in the world, sublime and majestic on top of the mountain and surrounded by impenetrable rainforest. 

After the visit, the bus will bring you down to Aguas Calientes, from where you take the train back. A transfer is waiting to bring you to your hotel after an exciting day. Your main luggage will already await you here.

Overnight at the Novotel Cusco 4* (standard room)



Day 09 – Monday, June 17, 2019 Cusco
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Dinner
  • City tour and visit of the surrounding ruins of Cusco (4h)
  • Transfer hotel – restaurant – hotel

Cusco – The “Navel of the Earth” is another name for Cusco, since during the height of the Inca civilization nearly all pathways led to this capital of the empire. Today, almost every visitor to Peru eventually comes to this city located 11,150 feet above sea level (3,400 meters) and one of the best places to experience the remainders of different ages. You will not only find Incan walls and temples, but also colonial mansions and catholic churches. In combination with the flair of modern Cusco, it is one of the most fascinating cities in the country.

Today, you will go on a city tour of Cusco which consists of a visit to its most important landmarks of both the Inca and the Colonial times. During your tour you will visit Koricancha, also known as the temple of the sun. A catholic monastery, Santo Domingo, was built on the site, partly including the Incan Walls of the Sun Temple. Continue to the Cathedral, considered the best repository of colonial art from the Cusco school. It was built over the palace of the Inca Wiracocha and considered the religious and political center of Cusco during the Inca era. You will also walk through the Inca Street of Loreto, a fine sample of the old town and its remarkable Inca walls.

Afterwards, you will leave the city to visit the outer parts of Cusco were you can find important ruins of the Inca Empire. Between them the most important is the archaeological park of the fortress-temple Saqsaywaman which shows precise zigzags of massive stone to which centuries could not do any harm. You make your way to the sanctuary of Qenqo, the sentinel of Puca Pucara and the temple of water named Tambomachay before making your way back to the hotel.

Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant right at the main square. After the meal you will be brought back to your hotel in Cusco.

Overnight at the Novotel Cusco 4* (standard room)



Day 10 – Tuesday, June 18, 2019 Cusco-Puno
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • Transfer Cusco – Puno (10h)
  • On the way: Visit of the Andahuaylillas church, Raqchi ruins and Pucara

Today, you will travel from Cusco to Puno. The ride includes stops at interesting sights along the way as well as lunch. Highest point during the drive is La Raya at 4319 m.a.s.l.

On the ride you will visit Andahuaylillas church which is considered to be the “Sistine Chapel” of the Americas, because of the quality of the artworks found inside it. This church must have been built over some important Incan building, possibly a “Waka” (shrine), as bases of the church were made with carved andesite belonging to religious Quechua architecture.

Then, visit Raqchi ruins. These are the best and – to this extent – only surviving ruins that have adobe walls still sitting on a base of Inca rock walls. This was a normal feature in Inca architecture, all tall buildings were built like this, but thanks to the weather, and to the Spanish, little survives today.

On route you will also visit Pucara which is famous for its pottery, especially the well-known “Toritos de Pucara” (Little Bulls of Pucara). Visit the “Museo Litico de Pucara” (Pucara Stone Museum), displaying a good little selection of anthropomorphic monoliths, zoomorphic sculptures, ceramics, and other objects from the Pucara pre-Inca Culture (original and replica pieces). Also its church located in the main square, is worth a visit. Lunch at local restaurant is included.

In Puno you will be brought to your hotel.

Puno was founded in 1668 and has the byname „Capital of Folklore“. The city is situated at the shores of the highest navigable lake of the world, Lake Titicaca. The „ocean of the Andes“ provides warmth and food for many inhabitants of the region, as the lake provides a milder climate for crops and life stock. According to the legend, the Sun God’s children, Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, emerged from the lake into the world to found the empire of the Incas. The lake remains mystical, full of secrets and leaves a lifelong impression on its visitors. 

Overnight at the Casa Andina Premium Puno 4* (superior room)



Day 11 – Wednesday, June 19, 2019 Puno
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • Excursion to the Floating Islands of the Uros and Taquile Island (8h)

You will be picked up at the hotel to depart from Puno’s dock towards the Uros Islands. Located within the Titicaca National Reserve, the Uros consist of more than 50 small reed islands that are manmade and floating. They are named after their builders who still live here after centuries, maintaining their traditional way of living. Learn more about their origins that made them who they are today. Afterwards, you continue the journey to the island of Taquile, which is famous for its knitting men. People here wear colorful clothes that are handmade and sold everywhere on the island. There are no streets here, only agricultural terraces and paths through wonderful countryside. With a little luck, you can even see until Bolivia and the Cordillera Real. The highest point of the island is the main village at 4.050 m.o.s.l., which can be visited voluntarily.

A typical lunch at Taquile is included.

Overnight at the Casa Andina Premium Puno 4* (superior room)



Day 12 – Thursday, June 20, 2019 Puno-Lima
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Dinner
  • Transfer hotel Puno – airport Juliaca
  • On the way: Visit of Sillustani (3h)
  • Flight Juliaca – Lima
  • Transfer airport – hotel
  • Transfer hotel – restaurant – hotel

You will be picked up at given time and taken to the airport of Juliaca.

On the way you will visit the Chullpas of Sillustani, an archaeological site located at 34km (21mi) from the City of Puno. The necropolis, which is one of the largest in America and one of the most impressive in the world, lies on an esplanade at 4.000 m (13.123 ft) above sea level in form of a peninsula, bordered by the beautiful lake of Umayo. The Chullpas or Aya Wasis found there are gigantic funerary monuments built by the Collas. These are quadrangular and circular 12 meters buildings in height and the way they were built challenges the laws of balance since they have a smaller diameter in the base than at the top. Outstanding among these are the Chullpa del Lagarto (lizard) and the Inti Watana.

Afterwards, continue to the airport for your flight to Lima.

Arrival in Lima and Transfer to your hotel.  You will be picked up at given time at the hotel and brought to a restaurant in the bohemian neighborhood of Barranco. Here you will enjoy a delicious farewell dinner buffet and a spectacular show of traditional Peruvian dances. After the meal you will be brought back to your hotel.

Overnight at the Hotel Jose Antonio Deluxe 4* (standard room)



Day 13 – Friday, June 21, 2019 Lima
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast
  • Transfer hotel – airport

7:00p.m.Transfer to the airport for departure on TAM Airlines flight 530 at 11:30p.m.



Day 14 – Saturday, June 22,2019

Arrive New York Kennedy airport at 8:10a.m.

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  • Roundtrip air transportation via TAM Airlines from New York Kennedy airport
  • Domestic airline tickets within Peru
  • Roundtrip transfers and baggage handling
  • Travel overland via air conditioned motor vehicles
  • Train tickets
  • All tours as outlined in the itinerary with entrance fees
  • Experienced English speaking local tour guide throughout tours
  • Hotel accommodation:
  • Nights Hotel Jose Antonio Deluxe 4* (standard room), Lima
  • night Hotel Aranwa Paracas Resort & Spa, Paracas
  • nights Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrada Hotel,Sacred Valley
  • nights Novotel Hotel, Cusco

2 nights Casa Andina Premium Hotel, Puno

* Hotel taxes and service charges

* 2 meals daily – Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner

* Presentations and lectures by Dr. Runoko Rashidi

* Departure taxes (subject to change)



Passport or visa fees, travel insurance highly recommended, excess baggage, meals not included in the itinerary, items of personal nature – telephone, laundry, etc. beverages,



Rates are net per person in US-Dollar, valid for period June 2019, subject to mentioned hotel and room category availability.

PERU June 9 – 22, 2019

Based on a minimum of 25 full paying passengers

Main program:

Accommodation in double single occupancy

PER PERSON            $4,037.00 per person            $4,665.00




OPTIONAL TOUR (at additional charge)



Accommodation per person double            single occupancy

             $598.00      $643.00


Day 13 – Friday, June 21, 2019 Lima-Trujillo

Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch

  • Transfer hotel – airport (included in main program)
  • Flight Lima – Trujillo
  • Transfer airport – hotel

You will be picked up at given time at the hotel and brought to the airport for your flight to Trujillo.

Trujillo is an excellent destination for those who look for experiences in the archaeological and historical environment. A city of rich colonial architecture and very important archaeological centres of the pre-Inca era.The city of the eternal spring, city of old colonial lineage, very close to Chan Chan, capital of the Chimu Nation (XII Century), one of the biggest cities built with mud in the world, declared Cultural World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Trujillo is also famed by the traditional celebrations of the Marinera’s National Contest (Peruvian dance’s contest), the International Festival of Spring, Competition of “Caballos de Paso” (Peruvian “Paso” horses), Exhibition of “Caballitos de Totora” (small rafts made out of straw of the region), Biannual of Contemporary Art and International Festival of Ballet, all these make Trujillo be also called the “Cultural Capital of Peru”.

Upon arrival in Trujillo you will be picked up at the airport and taken to your hotel.

At lunch time you will enjoy the elegant Peruvian Paso Horse, the delicious and famous Peruvian Cuisine, and Marinera dances. The dance, considered the National Dance of Peru, will be a delight to witness, with the skilled couple showcasing elegant moves of romance and courtship. The Peruvian Paso, a breed of light pleasure saddle horse known for its smooth ride and natural, four-beat gait, is breath-taking to watch, especially with the steed’s tail up, mane flowing and the rider in confident and quiet control.

Optional: City tour Trujillo (4h) $13.00 per person

Visit beautiful colonial mansions in Trujillo and marvel at their well-preserved and imposing portals, balconies and churches. Visit included to the Archaeological Museum of the “Universidad Nacional de Trujillo” for an overview of the regions’ pre-Columbian cultures.

Optional: Tour to El Bruijo (4h) – $27.00 per person

Located 34 Km north of Trujillo in the Chicama Valley, “El Brujo” pyramid rises about 98 feet above the surrounding desert and covers an area of roughly 330 by 330 feet. It was built with tens of thousands of adobe bricks. It walls are covered with polychrome reliefs that show war motifs, its goods, animals, plants and net-fishing. Just some years ago, a well preserved tattooed mummy of a young woman, who belongs to the Moche Royalty, has been discovered deep inside El Brujo pyramid. She has been called “Señora de Cao” and she is exhibited in the Lady of Cao Museum.

Overnight at the Hotel Libertador Trujillo 4* (superior room)



Day 14 – Saturday, June 22, 2019 Trujillo
  • Meals: Buffet breakfast, Lunch
  • Excursion to Sun and Moon temple, Huaca Dragon, Chan Chan and Huanchaco

Today, visit the temples of the Sun and the Moon, pyramidal temples dating from 1-VIII BC having superimposed platforms and an overall height of more than 45 m (148 ft). The Temple of the Sun was built with more than 140 million adobe bricks. Across from this temple is the Temple of the Moon where archaeologists have recently made important discoveries consisting in polychrome mud wall decorations in high relief. This is significant as it is the first time this type of decoration has been seen in Mochica architecture. The variety and plastic quality of these iconographies show fish, birds and the face of a deity in the ceremonial court of 60 by 30 m.

Continue to the great citadel of Chan Chan, the world’s largest mud city of pre-Columbian America, ancient capital of the pre-Inca Chimu Empire. It covered an area of more than 18 sq. The Tschudi Palace which has very well-preserved friezes and decorations is frequently visited by tourist. Proceed to Huanchaco with its picturesque creek for fishermen, where you will see the famous “Caballitos de Totora”, which are fragile Pre-Inca crafts, made with pressed totora (reed). The Huanchaqueros (fishermen of Huanchaco) use this to fish as the ancient Mochicas.

Afterwards visit the Dragon or Arco Iris Huaca. This is a Chimu pyramidal temple located 5 km to the north of Trujillo. It still has its original walls (11 m / 36 ft high) where one can find friezes showing two-headed snakes and dancing warriors. All of which are very well preserved.

Lunch during this full day tour is included.

Overnight at the Hotel Libertador Trujillo 4* (superior room)



Day 15 – Sunday, June 23, 2019 Trujillo

Meals: Buffet breakfast

  • Transfer hotel – airport

You will be picked up at given time at the hotel and brought to the airport for your departure flight at 11:39p.m.



DAY16 – Monday, June 24, 2019

Arrive New York Kennedy airport at 8:15 a.m.


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Hotel Jose Antonio Deluxe
Calle Bellavista 133, Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Phone: ++51 1 4457743
Fax: ++51 1 4468295
Local category: 4*
SAT category: 4*


In the heart of the touristic district Miraflores with immediate proximity to the Kennedy Park, restaurants, and shopping facilities. In walking distance to the promenade at Lima’s coast (20min)


166 rooms, divided into double rooms, triple rooms and suites. All rooms are equipped with sound-proof windows, heating / AC, WiFi, 220/110 Volt, writing desk, chair/armchair, side table, safe, minibar, coffee-making kit, Flat screen TV, hair dryer, anti-allergic bed linen, ironing board and flat iron.


2 restaurants, bar, laundry service, internet (WiFi) in public areas, business center, room service, fitness center, massage service, outdoor swimming pool, terrace, conference rooms and parking lot.



Hotel Aranwa Paracas Resort & Spa
El Chaco La Puntilla, Lote C, Paracas, Peru
Phone: ++51 56 580600
Fax: ++51 56 383851
Local category: 5*
SAT category: 4-5*


The hotel is located right next to “El Chaco”, the main pier and center of Paracas.


115 rooms in total, all of them with ocean view and terrace, divided into deluxe rooms, suites, 8 family suites and 2 master suites. Accessible and connecting rooms are available. All rooms are equipped with writing desk, chair/armchair, side table, safe, minibar, cable TV, telephone, tub, hair dryer and bathroom amenities. The family suites have two bedrooms with own bathrooms and a living area with dining table. The master suites additionally have a kitchenette and a Jacuzzi on the terrace.


Restaurant, 3 bars, lounge, laundry service, room service, fitness center, wellness / Spa area with sauna, 2 outdoor swimming pools, tennis court, terrace, conference rooms, parking lot, hairdresser, kid´s area, chapel, dock and pirate ship.



Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado
5to Paradero S/n, Yanahuara, Urubamba, Peru
Phone: ++51 84 984765501
Local category: 4*
SAT category: 4*


Located only 10km from Ollantaytambo train station in the village of Yanahuara.


89 rooms divided into superior rooms, 5 junior suites and 4 villas with king-size beds. 2 accessible rooms are available. All rooms include heating, chair, side table, safe, coffee- and tea making kit, TV, WiFi, tub and hair dryer. The villas are located in a more private area and offer spacious rooms, living room, stove and terrace with garden.


Restaurant “Alma” and “Sama2Go”, bar,  laundry service, ATM, WiFi, business center, fitness center, wellness / Spa area with sauna, garden, conference rooms, parking lot and planetarium.



Novotel Cusco
Calle San Agustin 239, Cusco, Peru
Phone: ++51 1 3159999
Fax: ++51 1 3159900
Local category: 4*
SAT category: 4*


Located in a building from the early 16th century in the heart of the city, close to restaurants and shops.


99 rooms distributed in 83 modern standard rooms and 16 colonial style suites (superior rooms). 1 accessible room available. All rooms include adjustable heating / AC, WiFi, 220/110 Volt, complimentary mineral water, writing desk, safe, minibar, SAT TV (cable), telephone, tub and hair dryer.


Restaurant “La Cave”, café “Cote Jardin”, bar, lobby with live music, express check-in, laundry service, internet (WiFi) in public areas & web corner with a Mac, room service, terrace, indoor patio and baby crib on request.



Casa Andina Premium Puno
Av. Sesquicentenario 1970 Huajje, Puno, Peru
Phone: ++51 51 363992
Local category: 4*
SAT category: 4*


The hotel is located at the shores of Lake Titicaca.


45 rooms, divided into superior rooms and one suite. Some rooms have view of Lake Titicaca. Rooms with balcony are available. The rooms have full size beds or king size beds. All rooms are equipped with heating, safe, coffee making kit, TV/Cable, WiFi, hair dryer and flat iron.


Alma Restaurant, bar, laundry service, WiFi, Internet Center, massage room



Hotel Libertador Trujillo
Jr. Independencia 485, Plaza De Armas, Trujillo, Peru
Phone: ++51 44 232741
Fax: ++51 44 235641
Local category: 4*
SAT category: 4*


The hotel is located at the main square of Trujillo with view of the cathedral. It is close to restaurants, shops and the main tourist attractions and only 15min away from the airport. The hotel is designed in republican style.


73 rooms, divided into superior rooms, junior suites and suites. There are accessible rooms. In the rooms there are twin beds, queen size beds or king size beds. All rooms are equipped with AC, heating, Internet, 220/110 Volt, safe, minibar, cable TV, radio alarm clock with iPod connection and hair dryer. The junior suites and suites include a living area.


Restaurant, bar, laundry service, WiFi, room service, fitness center, sauna, swimming pool, conference rooms, parking lot.











JUNE 9 –22, 2019




[ ]$4,037.00 per person sharing a room

[ ]$4,665.00 Single OCCUPANCY


[ ] Include the optional tour June 21- 24, 2019

[ ] $598.00 per person

[ ] $643.00 Single occupancy



________________________________               SINGLE RATE APPLICABLE IF NO ROOMMATE








TELEPHONE: (H)___________________(Cell)______________________


DATE OF BIRTH:___________________     ( ) MALE   ( ) FEMALE


PASSPORT # ______________________

DATE OF ISSUE ____________EXPIRATION___________




SPECIAL MEAL REQUEST ON FLIGHT: ( ) Vegan ( ) Diabetic ( ) Seafood




CREDIT CARD NO:______________________ _EXP. DATE____________

Security code________

                 4% service fee on all credit card charges




Suggested Payment Plan:

Deposit = $300.00 per person

7 monthly payment of $480.00 per month

FINAL PAYMET DUE MAY 01, 2019 $515.00


Make Check payable and mail to:


9 Frank Street, Valley Stream New York 11580

Tel: 516-285-4607 / Fax: 516-596-7691                                            








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