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

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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

A woman wearing a traditional costume dances while a traditional band plays

Breakfast at the Hotel

Begin your day with a tasty breakfast and get ready for your trip to Cusco.

Fly to Cusco

After a short flight, arrive in Cusco in the Peruvian Andes with an elevation of 11,200 feet (3,413 meters). Known for its ancient ruins and Spanish colonial architecture, this city was once the capital of the Incan Empire and is a gateway to other Incan sites including the Sacred Valley of the Incas, which lies at the heart of this historic area.

Catered Lunch at The Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco

Travel by motor coach to The Center for Traditional Textiles in Chinchero where you'll enjoy a delicious private lunch of traditional Peruvian dishes.

Weaving Demonstration at The Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco

Explore this important center that preserves the age-old customs of local Andean communities. In a private demonstration, master weavers practice their intricate art as well as spin and dye alpaca wool. Fine textiles woven in the distinct patterns of different villages are available for purchase at the center's friendly shop.

The Sol y Luna Lodge & Spa

This peaceful hotel is nestled in the Sacred Valley under the breathtakingly beautiful Andean mountains. Considered the heartland of the Incan Empire, the Sacred Valley is fertile farmland formed by the Urubamba River and spotted with old colonial villages and ancient Incan ruins. Relax in your comfortable casita or enjoy some time on your own in the hotel's pool or fully equipped spa. If you're feeling more energetic, take the afternoon on your own to utilize many of the Sol y Luna offerings, such as horseback riding and biking*.

Pachamanca – Welcome Dinner

In the evening, celebrate the beginning of your adventure with your fellow Adventurers. Savor a traditional Andean feast known as Pachamanca—and learn the history behind this event.

Teatro Sol y Luna Performance

Watch an incredible Teatro Sol y Luna performance featuring the authentic dances and stories of the Incas.

*Additional charges apply for horseback riding and biking activities. Horseback riding and other activities have limited availability. They are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and must be booked directly with the hotel.