Day 1: LIMA PICK UP
Upon arrival reception and transfer to the select hotel - overnight (no meals)
Day 2: LIMA, CITY TOUR
This tour could start in the morning 9:30 am or 2:30pm. You will be picked up from you hotel. This excursion offers the best combination of the differents attractions in Lima and its three historical periods: pre-hispanic, colonial and contemporary. In Lima, there were several different pre-columbian cultures which are dated thousands of years back. Lima was part of the Inca Empire until was founded by the spaniard Francisco Pizarro on the 18th. of January, 1535. During our guided tour we will travel along its millenary history.
ANCESTRAL LIMA. At the Huaca Pucllana, an archaeological precint build in the IV century A.C., we will have a panoramic view of this magnificent ceremonial and administrative centre which was considered by the Incas a holy village. We will learn about the life and rituals of its ancient inhabitants and admire its typical piramidal building, very characteristic of sacred pre-hispanic edifications which were adored in the coast of Perú.
COLONIAL LIMA. The peruvian Viceroyalty was the most important one in the Spanish Empire and Lima was its capital. The highlights of its historical centre are its architecture and the urban design of the city, found in thold streets filled with colonial houses adorned with moorish-style balconies. Our trip includes the Paseo de la Republica (Promenade of the Republic), Plaza San Martin(San Martin Square) and the Plaza Mayor (Main Square), with their different buildings: Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace), Palacio Arzobispal the (Archibishop's Palace), the Basilica Catedral (Cathedral Basilica) and the Palacio Municipal (Municipal Palace). We will enter the monumental Convento de San Francisco (Convent of Saint Francis), which displays the biggest collection of religious art in America. We can admire the Choir Room and the Monks’ Library, the Sacristy, with its collection of Zurbaran and Rivera paintings. The Big Patio of the Main Cloister, decorated with sevillan tyles from the XVI century, its beautiful moorish arches and its subterranean crypts known as The Catacombs, where you will feel the presence of Lima's colonial past.
CONTEMPORARY LIMA Visit to the most traditional residential areas in the capital: The Olive Grove of San Isidro, Miraflores and Larco Mar, distinctive tourist centre of contemporary Lima.
After the tour transfer to you hotel. Overnight. (breakfast included)
Day 3: LIMA TO CUSCO - CITY TOUR
Pick up from your hotel and transfer to the airport for your flight to Cusco (airfare included) upon arrival reception and transfer to the select Hotel, morning at leisure to acclimatize to the altitude. In the afternoon 2;00pm you will be taken on a city tour and visit a local archeological sites, the Cathedral, Koricancha, Sacsayhuaman and surroundings returning later afternoon 5:30pm to your hotel around and enjoy the hospitality of the local people (breakfast included)
Day 4: SACRED VALLEY, PISAC, OLLANTAYTAMBO, CHINCHEROS
After breakfast at 8:45am you will be taken through the Inca Sacred Valley where life has remained almost unchanged for 500 years. You will visit the impressive village of Pisac and the Indian market; enjoy the beautiful handicrafts on sale and wonder at the many ethnic tribal costumes worn, not just for tourists, but as part of their heritage by the local people. The tour also include the visit to Ollantaytambo fortress and the Chinchero Market Before returning to your hotel in Cusco late afternoon (around 6:30pm) (breakfast and Lunch included).
Day 5: MACHU PICCHU 2days 1 night
Early morning 5:30am and after breakfast, we'll depart to the train station to our journey to Machupicchu on Vistadome Train. (4 hours) at 9:40am you will arrive to the Aguas Calientes Town from where you will have to take 20 minutes bus to the Archeological site; Once there where you will have a guided tour with an English speaking professional guide follow by some time at leisure, stay overnight in the area or town relax at the nearby hot springs (entrance not included) (breakfast and lunch included).
Day 6: MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO
Morning at leisure by your own, you can visit the ruins early next day when the full magnificence of the site reveals itself in all its majesty (entrance and bus fee for this day not included on the rate) return to Cuzco where you will arrive around 7:30pm. (breakfast included).
Day 7: CUSCO - LIMA - FOZ DE IGUAZU (availability: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays)
Pick up from your hotel and transfer to the airport for your flight to Lima. In Lima you will take your flight to Foz de Iguazu (Brasil)
Reception and Customs steps. After that, move to the Hotel. Rest of the day off. Dinner & Accommodation
Cusco to Lima 07:40 am
Lima to Foz de Iguazú 13:30 pm
arrive to Iguazu: 19:25 pm
DAY 8: IGUAZÚ FALLS
Breakfast. We will move and deposit to the Iguazú Falls National Park (Brazilian side), place from which it is possible to estimate a magnificent sight of the Argentine Iguazú Falls. Later, we will get in the Cannon of the Throat of the Devil in a craft led by experts of the zone.
We are going to go downstream for the Rio Iguazú in a distance of 9 km from navigation up to meeting Macuco´s Port from where, after landing, We will tackle the adventure of crossing along 12 km the wonderful missionary jungle that the national park possesses. The distance is realized in units 4 x 4 any area, special for this type of ways. Return to the hotel. Accommodation.
DAY 9: IGUAZÚ FALLS
Breakfast. We will go out for the picturesque National Route nº 2, across the Iguazú National Park. We will see from the viewing-point the set of the falls. We will descend to the jumps Two Sisters, Mbiguá, Boy, Ramirez, Bosetti, and the investor & jump San Martin. We will continue for Bella Vista's Crag, visiting the jumps Alvar Núñez y Lanusse. Later we will come for narrow gangplanks up to the Jump Union to contemplate the famous Throat of the Devil, impressive fall of 84 meters, involved in a permanent mist that forms a soft rainbow. Return to the Hotel. Accommodation .
DAY 10: IGUAZÚ / BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast. Transfer to the Airport to catch the flight of Argentinean Airlines to Buenos Aires. Reception and after that, transfer to the Hotel. Accommodation.
DAY 11: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast. City Tour for Buenos Aires, crossing 9º of July Avenue, Santa Fe Avenue, House of Government, National Congress, Colón Theatre , Puerto Madero, San Telmo's Neighbourhood and La Boca´s Neighbourhood, I walk along Caminito. Palermo´s Hood. In the night Dinner - Show of Tango in "Señor Tango". Accommodations
DAY 12: BUENOS AIRES / CITY OF ORIGIN
Breakfast. Transfer to Ezeiza International Airport to take the international flight to the City of Origin. End of Our Services.
- Transfer IN / OUT in all destinations
- Air Tickets:
Lima - Cusco
Cusco - Lima
Lima - Foz de Iguazú
Iguazu - Buenos Aires
- Visit Tours to Iguazu Waterfalls Brazilian & Argentinian Side
- Safari´s Adventure Tour with Shiping on Gomón
Airport departure taxes or visa fees, excess baggage charges, extra expenses for flight cancellations, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages or bottled water, snacks, insurance of any kind, laundry, phone calls, reconfirmation of international flights and items of personal nature.
Iguazu Falls, are waterfalls of the Iguazu River located on the border of the Brazilian State of Paraná and the Argentine Province of Misiones. The falls divide the river into the upper and lower Iguazu.
The Iguazu River starts at the city of Curitiba and runs for the most part of the course in Brazil and at the end at the border of Brazil and Argentina.
The waterfall system consists of 275 falls along 2.7 kilometers (1.67 miles) of the Iguazu River. Position is at latitude (DMS): 25° 40' 60 S, longitude (DMS): 54° 25' 60 W . Some of the individual falls are up to 82 meters (269 ft) in height, though the majority are about 64 metres (210 ft). The Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish or Garganta do Diabo in Portuguese), a U-shaped, 82-meter-high, 150-meter-wide and 700-meter-long (490 by 2300 feet) cataract, is the most impressive of all, and marks the border between Argentina and Brazil.
Two thirds of the falls are within Argentine territory. About 900 meters of the 2.7-kilometer length does not have water flowing over it. The edge of the basalt cap recedes only 3 mm (0.1 in) per year.
The water of the lower Iguazu collects in a canyon that drains in the Paraná River, shortly downstream from the Itaipu dam. The junction of the water flows marks the border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.