Peru History and Adventure Tour




10 days

Tour Location


Peru is a country in South America that’s home to a section of Amazon rainforest and Machu Picchu, an ancient Incan city high in the Andes mountains. The region around Machu Picchu, including the Sacred Valley, Inca Trail and colonial city of Cusco, is rich in archaeological sites. On Peru’s arid Pacific coast is Lima, the capital, with a preserved colonial center and important collections of pre Columbian art.

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  •  Breakfast
  •  Ground Transportation
  •  English Speak Tour Guide
  •  Accommodation
  •  Entrance Fee


  •  Lunch
  •  Dinner
  •  Airfare (international and domestics flight)
  •  Travel Insurance

Tour Plan

Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included. where you will be greeted by our professional Guide. Settle and relax in your hotel. Depending on your arrival time your guide can take you to the restaurant.
Full day excursion you will start your day at 9am. You will enjoy historical Lima and delicious food.
This morning you'll take an included flight from Lima to Cusco. Welcome to Cusco. You will be transported to Sacred Valley, where you will stay overnight
Tour Director will welcome you at 8:00 a.m. in your hotel. You will be taken to.
Tour Director will welcome you at 10:00 a.m. in your hotel for city sight seeing and opportunity to buy souvenirs
Take a bus up the winding road to Machu Picchu (approximately 30 minutes). This is your chance to decide for yourself whether Machu Picchu was built around 1440 as a country retreat for Incan nobility or is an ancient astronomical observatory. Enjoy a guided visit of the incredible site (1.5–2 hours) taking in the many temples, palaces and living quarters. After taking advantage of the seemingly endless photo opportunities
Free day at Cusco and fly back to lima
At 6 am, you will be picked up from your hotel in Lima, followed by a scenic 4-hour drive along the coast to the seaside town of Paracas. Subsequently, you will board a Cessna Grand Caravan for a 90-minute flight south to view the sprawling Nazca Lines.
The Ballestas Islands (officially called Islas Ballestas) is the leading attraction that draws the majority of visitors to Paracas. Ideal conditions created by the Humboldt Current enable the animal inhabitants of the Ballestas and the nearby Paracas Peninsula to thrive.
Lima fly back to home country


Is it safe to travel to Peru?

Peru is generally safe for tourists, but it’s advisable to stay informed about local conditions and follow travel advisories, especially in urban areas.

What is the dress code in Peru?

Peru has diverse climates, so pack accordingly. In urban areas, casual clothing is generally acceptable, but modest attire is appreciated in religious sites.

What type of food can I expect in Peru?

Peruvian cuisine is diverse and renowned. Enjoy ceviche, Lomo Saltado, and various Andean dishes. Vegetarian options are widely available. We at Zadventuro provide Halal food in our group tours.

Do I need a visa to visit Peru?

Check the visa requirements based on your nationality. American tourists can enter Peru without a visa for short stays.

What will the weather be like in Peru?

Peru has varied climates, from coastal desert to highland mountains. Check the specific region and time of year for accurate weather details.

Do We Have Wi-Fi & Data SIM Cards in Peru?

Wi-Fi is available in urban areas, and you can purchase local SIM cards for mobile data. Check your cell phone plan before using mobile data.

Can I drink the tap water in Peru?

It’s recommended to drink bottled or purified water to avoid potential health issues.

What currency is used in Peru?

The official currency is the Peruvian Sol (PEN).

Will I have access to the internet in Peru?

Internet access is available in most urban areas and tourist destinations.

Is English spoken widely in Peru?

While Spanish is the official language, English is spoken in tourist areas, and knowing some basic Spanish phrases is helpful.

Can I take photographs in Peru?

Photography is generally allowed, but it’s respectful to ask permission in certain situations or locations.

Is the tour family-friendly in Peru?

Yes, many tours in Peru are family-friendly, offering activities suitable for all age groups.

How are the locals in Peru?

Peruvians are known for their hospitality and friendliness towards tourists.

How do we travel during the tour in Peru?

Tours may involve various modes of transportation, including buses, trains, boats, and walking.

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