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CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA | Machu Picchu, Lima, Sacred Valley of the Incas, Cusco | 9 Days / 8 Nights


A grand water fountain in a plaza near a cathedral A family views Machu Picchu from a nearby mountaintop A Peruvian weaver teaches a mom and son to use a loom 3 tourists raft down a river Tourists view the ruins of Moray Hand-woven textiles and crafts line the stalls at Pisac Market
A grand water fountain in a plaza near a cathedral
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Discover the fountain in Cusco's "Plaza de Armas" featuring a statue of an Inca pointing at a hill.
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Explore the ruins of the ancient Inca civilization to get a firsthand glimpse of their art, celebrations and traditions. See the glorious Machu Picchu, and be surrounded by natural beauty throughout a vibrant, festive Peru vacation.

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Sacred Valley

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodations: Sol y Luna Lodge and Spa

The ruins of Moray with its unique circular terraces

Breakfast at the Hotel

Start the day with a delicious breakfast before heading for Moray.


Visit the ruins of Moray and learn about its unique circular terraces and the history of agriculture in the region.

Salt Pans of Maras

Tour the fascinating salt pan terraces where local families have been mining salt for over 500 years. If you choose, you can view more of the salt pans by hiking 1.3 miles (2k) with an Adventure Guide downhill on a dirt trail into the Sacred Valley.

Lunch at Sol y Luna

After a ride on the motor coach back to Sol y Luna Hotel, join fellow Adventurers for lunch at the hotel where you can compare notes on your day's adventures so far. Later, take advantage of the beautiful gardens outside and enjoy a leisurely stroll.

On Your Own at the Hotel, a Food Market or Seminario Ceramicas in Urubamba

Choose to spend a relaxing time at Sol y Luna Hotel in the pool or spa, hiking or horseback riding. Or choose instead to go shopping at a local food market or visit Urubamba and browse through a collection of ceramics done in "the Seminario Style," developed by famous potters Pablo Seminario and Marilú Behar utilizing the aesthetics of Peru's ancient cultures.
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Cocktails and Junior Adventurer Pizza-Making

Begin the evening with a Pisco Sour-tasting for adults and local fruit juices for Junior Adventurers. End the culinary evening by preparing your own pizza, rolling the dough, adding your favorite toppings and then eating your savory creation!

Peruvian Cooking Demonstration & Tasting for the Adults

Watch a demonstration of Peruvian cooking and taste some of the delicious local specialties.