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Peru in depth by Valencia Travel Cusco

Valencia Travel Cusco

We are here to inspire and show you a different way of seeing life in order to help rebuild the world´s connections. We seek to be the place where you can plan your trips safely, reliably, and passionately for the months and years to come.

We observe the world, the traveller’s desire to travel again and we begin to dream of welcoming them back. Meanwhile, we prepare ourselves with advice from local experts, flexible booking conditions and personalized experiences that aims to fulfil our promise to provide life experience.

Best places to connect with the essence of Peru

Lake Titicaca and community tourism

If you are looking for a place to clear your mind, breathe fresh air and enjoy peace and quiet, Lake Titicaca is a great option. Imagine yourself paddling at sunset aboard a Polynesian canoe enjoying the vibrant colours of the sunset over the deep blue of Lake Titicaca, observing a wide range of native birds, or leaving your accommodation overnight for a fantastic astronomical observation in the clear sky of Lake Titicaca.

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Choquequirao to Machu Picchu

The Sacred Sister of Machu Picchu, a challenging trekking expedition that gathers experienced hikers. Enjoy beautiful views, connect with nature, walk through unexplored archaeological sites, and last but not least, get ready to enjoy Machu Picchu by taking the opportunity to visit it, avoiding the crowds.

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Ausangate and Rainbow Mountain to Machu Picchu

One of our first suggestions for travellers who want to combine trekking and culture. The route takes travellers through isolated areas at the foot of the impressive Ausangate mountain, the fifth highest peak in Peru, at more than 6,370 meters above sea level. Imagine walking with snowy mountains views, crystal clear lagoons, the impressive rainbow mountain of Winicunca and reaching the majestic mountain of Machu Picchu.

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Humantay Lake

The Inca Trail

The Inca Trail is by far one of the best treks in Peru and one of the most beautiful ways to get to know Machu Picchu. For all those thirsty for adventure, this is an unbeatable option. You will have the possibility to witness some impressive landscapes and some almost unknown Inca ruins. The Inca Trail is the ancient way of how the ancient Incas made a pilgrimage to Machu Picchu.

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The Amazon rainforest

Enjoy all the magic aboard a luxurious and intimate river cruise in the Amazon river while exploring the jungle. It’s simply a perfect plan! After months of being in quarantine, this is a great trip idea to reconnect with nature while enjoying an exclusive stay on a small luxury cruise in the Amazon rainforest.

Discover the most impressive Amazon river Cruises

The Colca Canyon

One of the deepest canyons in the world. Its depth is twice as deep as the popular Grand Canyon. Its impressive views, the encounters with Andean Condors, walking routes along the landscape through different hiking paths make this place a mandatory stop for all tourists interested in exploring Peru.

The deepest canyons in the world and the white city

Kuelap fortress

An ancient walled citadel built by the Chachapoyas, a civilization older than the Incas, is another magnificent location. The Chachapoyas, also known as the people of the clouds, lived in the Amazon cloud forest. It can be found in the north of Peru, away from the most popular tourist routes.

The people of the clouds through unusual itineraries

Gocta Waterfall

A two-level waterfall located in the upper Amazon basin in Peru. The waterfall can be seen miles away from the heart of the Chachapoyas region. It´s a place where you can feel the mist of the falls and hear the water’s roar. it’s one of the most special experiences to relax in several hotels and restaurants that are privileged with views of the falls.

Best hotels for a unique experience

Tambo del inca resort and spa

It is located between the Vilcanota River and the Sacred Valley mountains. Tambo del Inka is a recognized 5-star hotel, being the only hotel in Urubamba with a private train station to Machu Picchu. Facilities include a swimming pool and spa where guests can enjoy a sunny day and relax.

Aranwa Sacred Valley hotel

The hotel was built on a 17th-century colonial hacienda next to the Vilcanota River. It is located just one hour from the city of Cusco. The hotel offers beautiful rooms decorated in colonial style, as well as other minimalist modern decorations.

Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion

In the heart of the Amazon - where Inkaterra's history began - is Inkaterra Hacienda Concepción, located between the Tambopata National Reserve and the banks of the Madre de Dios River. 25 private cabins lie above logs, making a one of a kind experience.

Aranwa Pueblito Encantado del Colca

This hotel is a dream place, rich in legends, Andean and colonial traditions amidst impressive settings. It is located in the district of Coporaque, on the banks of the Colca River, three hours from the city of Arequipa.

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

Popular amongst travellers who visit the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu. Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is an intimate Andean village with terraces, streams, stone paths, and 83 adobe houses in the heart of the magical cloud forest.

How do we imagine the future of travel?

Personalized trips will be the key to a better experience

Mass group trips have their days numbered. From places where you can have a deeper connection with nature, culture and with yourself. Travellers will have the opportunity to enjoy authentic experiences through itineraries constructed according to their own travel style and preferences.

Travel will focus more on humans than destinations.

People will want to reconnect with other people and cultures. We will greatly value knowledge, stories, songs and all kinds of learning that enrich our trip´s experience. We will also cherish the opportunity to share a bit of our culture with the local hosts and smile back. Learn to weave with artisans, harvest your own food with the guidance of farmers and share ancient stories.

Travellers will seek nature-based tourism experiences.

Amazing scenery, spotting wildlife opportunities, or maybe just a breeze of fresh air, will be one of the main reasons for travellers to choose it as their next vacation destination by minimizing the impact, contributing to the conservation of nature and the incredible people who work to achieve it.

People will travel with a purpose.