Travel all year

The classic: From Lima to Cusco

Along the coast, with endless sandy beaches, sea lions, sand dunes, wineries and the Nazca lines to volcanoes in the highlands, deep canyons, condors and vicuñas to the Titicaca Lake and his floating islands. Then on through the Altiplano over a 4340 m high pass into the heartland of the Incas to Cusco and Machu Picchu.

(About 2 - 3 weeks)

e.g. Pisco, Ballesta Islands, Nazca Lines, Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Puno, Titicaca Lake, the Inca capital of Cusco with Machu Pichu.

The North: coastal / Andean / jungle, a real adventure

From Lima to the hiking paradise of the Cordillera Blanca with the highest peaks of Peru, back to the coast with giant complexes of ancient ruins. Back into the highlands to the historic city of Cajamarca with its hot springs, then an adventurous highland road into the mountain rain forests of the Chachapoyas.
Further on to the lowlands, orchids, lush jungle, huge waterfalls, caves and a hot, humid climate. Then it goes back to the Andes over more than 4300 m high mountain passes through a green lake landscape with petrified woods back to Lima.
(3 - 4 weeks, the route through the jungle is only in the "dry" season from May to October passable)

e.g. Lima, Huaraz, Caraz, Trujillo / Huanchaco, Chiclayo, Cajamarca, Chachapoyas, Moyobamba, Tarapoto, Tingo María, Huanuco, La Oroya, Lima

The highlight: Peru, Bolivia, Chile – thru the Atacama Desert to the largest salt lake in the world

From Cusco through the Altiplano to Lake Titicaca then on to Bolivia to the ruins of Tiwanaku and La Paz. Continue to the Sajama National Park with the highest mountain of Bolivia (6542 m), lakes, hot springs, geysers and a big variety of wildlife. Across the border to Chile passing over 6000 m high volcano’s into the spectacular Atacama Desert to the coast.

Going south along the coast you can see huge geoglyphs, than back into to Atacama passing the largest open copper mine in the world to the desert oasis of San Pedro de Atacama. The Moon Valley, Inca ruins, the Valley of Tatio with hot water fountains, steaming holes and natural pools are the highlights of this stunning desert scenery. At an altitude of 4500 m, it goes back to Bolivia passing hot springs, wonderful colorful lakes, Andean flamingos on dirt adventurous slopes to the largest salt lake in the world, the Salar de Uyuni. Next on one of the most beautiful roads to Potosi. A big city, 4000 m high up where the people lives primarily from the often centuries-old mines. Further on to the nominal capital of Bolivia - Sucre, with a pleasant climate and many well-preserved colonial buildings. Via Cochabamba, it goes back to La Paz and on to the famous Copacabana at the shore of Lake Titicaca and back to Peru, Cusco and Puno.

(3 - 4 weeks, on the 2-3 day range from San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni, there is only very basic accommodation, the salt lake can only by crossed in the dry season from of April to November , from June to August it can be extremely cold !)

e.g. Cusco, Lake Titicaca, Tiwanakum, La Paz, Sajama National Park, Arica, San Pedro de Atacama, Laguna Colorado, Salar de Uyuni, Potosi, Sucre, Copacabana, Puno, Cusco
All these are only suggestions, changes or deviations according to your interests are encouraged.
Under the heading Cusco and Machu Picchu, you can find our tours which are offered from Cusco