Signature Peru & Beyond

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Embrace the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the most incredible destinations
in a luxury tour of Peru. Walk on sacred grounds as Incan rulers once did, indulge in
authentic Peruvian cuisine, learn about local cultures, and enjoy spectacular views
everywhere you look on our Peru tours!

Your luxury tour of Peru begins in Lima, the fine dining center of the Americas. Next, immerse yourself in the serenity of
the Sacred Valley, studded with Inca ruins, time-worn towns, and authentic markets. From here, you will set off on a
luxury train ride to Peru’s infamous site: the “lost” Inca citadel. After a private tour of Machu Picchu, you will
adventure through Cusco’s colonial churches and ancient Incan pathways before returning to Lima.




  • Unwind with luxury spa treatments and deluxe wellness experiences throughout your trip
  • Marvel at the skill of Peru’s highland weavers, who use the same methods practiced by their ancestors.
  • Mingle with rural communities in the Sacred Valley towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo
  • Marvel at the scenery during an atmospheric ride on the luxury, vintage-style, Belmond-owned Hiram Bingham Train.
  • Relish a Machu Picchu luxury tour with your very own expert guide to explain the history, architecture, and theories surrounding the site.
  • Scale the ancient stone stairway up Machu Picchu’s iconic peak, Huayna Picchu.
  • Embark on a private city tour of Cusco, whose fascinating streets feature a unique concoction of Inca ruins and colonial constructions
  • Sample ceviche and feast on authentic Peruvian specialties at some of the country’s finest restaurants.
  • Relax in hand-selected boutique and sustainable Peruvian hotels.


Welcome to Peru! Arrive at your hotel in Lima, the City of Kings.

When your flight arrives in Lima, a Kuoda host will welcome you personally and escort you to the hotel. Instead of navigating a new city after a long flight, let us take care of the transportation logistics. We will drop you off at your hotel so you can refresh and enjoy a peaceful evening before the real excursion starts. Relax with a good night’s rest before the adventure begins.

Discover the City of Kings.

After a refreshing sleep, enjoy a comfortable breakfast in your hotel. The morning is yours to enjoy, taking advantage of the comforts of your hotel or exploring vibrant Miraflores.

A Kuoda host will collect you at the appropriate time and bring you to the Pueblo Libre neighborhood, home to the Larco Herrera Museum. Housing the country’s largest collection of pre-Columbian artifacts, gold and silver collections, as well as the infamous erotic archaeological collection, this museum is a unique experience. You’ll even have rare open access to their exquisitely cataloged storage area. Start with a delicious lunch lounging on the vine-covered terrace of the Museum’s café before exploring the exhibits.

Once your museum tour is over, it’s time to wander the “City of Kings,” where you’ll visit the Plaza Mayor, the Convent of San Francisco, and the Casa Aliaga, which is the western hemisphere’s oldest mansion and still owned and inhabited by the 17th generation of the Aliaga family. There are so many surprising secrets to learn around the city, like finding out where the subterranean catacombs are hidden.

Upon completion of your tour, you’ll be guided back to the hotel and we will provide a few suggestions for dinner and entertainment within walking distance of Miraflores.

Fly to Cusco and tour an ancient local hacienda, the Pisac Market, and the Peruvian countryside.

This morning we’ll escort you back to the airport for your morning flight to Cusco, where desert transforms into snow-capped Andean mountains before your eyes. On land, enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the Peruvian countryside that surrounds you on the drive to an ancient hacienda. Nestled in the fertile valley next to the pueblo of Pisac, this family-owned hacienda will transport you to centuries past. Learn about the growing process of Giant White Corn and its profound cultural significance in the Andes Mountains. This is an incredible opportunity to learn local customs and study the spirits and mysticism of the Andes, embraced by the warmth of local Peruvians.

Relish your time on the farm dining on a multi-course lunch, sampling authentic dishes prepared with “white gold” giant-kernelled corn and other local ingredients. Be sure to visit the on-site stables housing the renowned Peruvian Paso horses. Marvel at the “marinera” demonstration, highlighting the animal’s unique dance. You may even go for a quick trot yourself if you feel brave!

Afterward, your exclusive tour of Peru will take you to another valley town – Pisac – where you’ll have the chance to rub shoulders with locals as you survey the artisan offerings of the market. Vegetables, textiles, and silver jewelry are just some of the items sold here. Shop here for a while before returning to your hotel.

Visit Ollantaytambo’s iconic ruins and explore the arts of the Sacred Valley.

Start your morning with a drive across the Patacancha Valley, where you will be able to hop out of the car and get a close look at the ruins of Pumamarca. Trek across this pre-Columbian trail made up of ancient irrigation canals that are still in use today!

After a serene hike, you will enter the town of Ollantaytambo, where the centuries-old influence of the Incas is still very much visible. Water from the mountains trickles down to the Inca-built street canals, while the original Inca walls and trapezoidal doors are still standing.

With your guide by your side, ascend beyond the slope-side terraces to the ruins of a centuries-old fortress above the town. This is the spot where the Incas secured an important victory over the Spanish conquistadors. Inspect the intricately hewn stone constructions and have your guide show you the distant quarries from which the Incas sourced their materials. This site also affords fabulous views of the valley and the Urubamba River that meanders through it.

After a bit of lunch featuring local flavors, relax in the car for a short drive to Kuoda’s favorite artist’s workshop, famous for handcrafted ceramics. Spend the afternoon laughing, learning, and creating hand-made souvenirs with Peruvian flair to bring home with you! Upon completion of your tour, we will bring you back to your hotel for an evening spent at leisure.

Relax with a morning train through the cloud forest on your way to visit Machu Picchu!

This is the moment all Peruvian explorers wait for. Board the luxurious Hiram Bingham train to begin your Machu Picchu journey. Watch the cloud jungle pass by through the large glass windows, and see if you can spot some alpacas grazing in the valley! When you arrive in Aguas Calientes, enjoy an early lunch before ascending to the lost Incan citadel.

After a brief bus ride to the gates of South America’s most notable wonder, you will finally emerge at the top of the world – Machu Picchu. The incredible Inca stone citadel will reveal itself to you as you enter the main gates, a city intertwined with the clouds. Your expert guide will give you a private tour of the ancient city.

Upon conclusion of your tour, return to your hotel for the evening, and enjoy a satisfying dinner at the Sanctuary Lodge Hotel before falling asleep to the sounds of the humming cloud forest around you.

Embark on an exclusive trek up the highly coveted Huayna Picchu!

Today you have the option to hike two different trails – Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain, so it’s completely up to you! This will be the culmination of your Machu Picchu luxury tour, so enjoy it however you want. Adventurous travelers who desire something off-the-beaten-path should hike the steep slope of Huayna Picchu, offering unrivaled views of Machu Picchu. Please note that only a limited amount of hikers are allowed to climb Huayna Picchu each day and tickets will need to be purchased in advance along with your Machu Picchu entrance.

In the afternoon, after high tea at the Sanctuary Lodge, descend to Aguas Calientes for your return trip on the Hiram Bingham train. You’ll enjoy a serene ride through the valley, a delicious dinner, and live music from local Andean performers.

Uncover the secrets of Cusco’s cobblestone streets and taste your wait through authentic Peruvian products.

Prepare to fall in love with Cusco, a gorgeous city that wins the heart of almost every traveler that passes through it. A private tour is the best way to learn about this historic city, and get the best insider secrets! After breakfast, meet your guide and wander among the archaeological remains of Sacsayhuaman, where the Incas staged a great battle against the conquistadors. Return to the city and venture through the bohemian neighborhood of San Blas, a hub of artistic inspiration. Explore Qoricancha and the Santo Domingo monastery, a colonial structure built on top of the ancient Inca temple of the sun. Live like a local and grab some groceries in the open-air San Pedro market for a delightful shopping experience!

At the end of the tour, your guide will suggest a few places to enjoy a delicious lunch, but be sure to save some room! You’ll want to indulge in the next adventure as much as possible.

During the afternoon, you will eat your way through Cusco on a culinary tour of the city. First stop? The Coffee Musem, whose aroma will embrace you like a warm morning cup. After a fascinating workshop on the history of coffee and the production process, you will make your way to the Chocolate Museum. Since you are in the birthplace of chocolate, this is a fantastic chance to learn about the rich, beloved treat. You’ll even get the chance to make your own chocolate truffles, a delectable souvenir. To end the day, visit the Republica del Pisco and enjoy a tasting of the Peruvian spirit.

Enjoy a unique day in Maras and Moray Learning About Genius Incan Experiments

After breakfast, you’ll be taken to see the ancient agricultural site of Moray. Experts today believe these grassy amphitheaters served as a farming laboratory. Varying temperatures and soils of the ascending terraces provided different growing environments that allowed the Incas to experiment with their crops. We’ll pass through the town of Maras – known for its beautiful colonial doorways – before arriving at the town’s salt pans. The small white evaporation pools are still harvested by locals in a traditional manner! We’ll pause for a delicious lunch where you’ll be able to sample some regional fare.

After eating, mingle with the locals during a visit to a hidden highland village on the shore of the icy blue Lake Piuray. This rural community subsists on agriculture and many of the women are master weavers, creating exquisite textiles using ancient techniques. You will have the opportunity to meet with the locals, visit their houses and fields, and experience what day-to-day life is like in the Andean highlands. You might also get to meet some of the local children who attend Kuoda’s after-school program (Monday to Friday) – they love sharing their art with visitors.

Later, you’ll return to your comfortable hotel for the evening.

Tour the bohemian streets of Barranco and bid farewell to Peru!

Going home is the worst part of any private Peru vacation, but at Kuoda, we’ll do our best to make it as smooth and hassle-free as possible. First, we’ll bring you to Cusco airport for your return flight to Lima. In Lima, a Kuoda host will meet you and take you to the seaside bohemian district of Barranco. See the streets of Barranco come alive as you visit a number of local art galleries and shops that support local artisans. Finally, enjoy a first-class gourmet meal featuring world-renowned Peruvian flavors in a restaurant of your choice before returning to the airport for your journey home! Buen Viaje!


Each journey is tailored to your specific needs and desires, and so our prices vary depending on the number of people
traveling, level of accommodations desired, and activities included, among other factors.

Our travel designers will curate a journey specifically for you. If you have a budget you want us to work with, please let
us know, and we will do our best to achieve it.


  • Personalized itinerary planning
  • A Kuoda host to assist you in every location
  • The majority of meals in the itinerary
  • Daily activities and excursions as indicated in the itinerary


  • International flights to and from your home country
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals not specified
  • All gratuities


From luxury properties to boutique hotels, our staff handpicks your ideal stay to ensure you get the ultimate comfort during your travels.

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