Luxury Peru and Machu Picchu

  • Experience a land of ancient cultures and wonders

    Oct. 24 – Nov.04, 2020

    11 days

    The ancient Inca citadel of Machu Picchu is the star attraction of this 11-day tour to Peru. The citadel is one of the world’s finest examples of landscape architecture. Not only will you have the opportunity to visit this world wonder, you will see ancient Inca walls, colorful costumes, churches built on top of palaces, citadels lost in the Andean heights, legendary roads-all the beauty of a glorious past that enfolds the visitors who explores this mystical country.

    Join Dignity Travel on this accessible/easy tour to the land of the ancient Incas.

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    Tour package
    $11,438.15* per person (double occupancy)
    $16,220.44* per person (single occupancy)

    Reservation deadline for this tour is Aug. 21, 2020

    Space may be available after this deadline. All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on estimated group size. A deposit of $6,000 per person is required to confirm your reservation. If traveling as a single occupant a $8,000 deposit is required. All major credit cards accepted for deposit. Deposit is fully refundable until final payment deadline minus any applicable processing fees. Final payment is due by Sep. 21, 2020.

    Dignity Travel will assist you with your flight arrangements and trip insurance.

    Dignity Travel advantages for this tour

    • Airport to hotel roundtrip transfers
    • 5-star luxury accessible hotel accommodations with daily breakfast
    • Lunch and dinner as indicated on tour itinerary
    • Opportunity to discover the exquisite Peruvian cuisine
    • Visit several ancient Inca ruins such as Pisca, Ollantaytambo, Sacsaywaman, Tambomachay among others
    • Entrance fees to listed attractions included
    • English-speaking local guides throughout tour
    • Tips for local guides and drivers included in package
    • Travel through the Sacred Valley of the Incas and the spectacular Andes train
    • Be surrounded by culture as we discover the Inca roots
    • Experienced care and tour escorts to assist throughout travel (based on group size)
    • Private adapted transportation
    • Domestic business-class flights between Lima and Cusco included in package
    • Personal care attendants and/or nurse (based on group size or arranged on an individual basis)
    • Roommates for single travelers may be arranged
    • Security and social opportunities of group travel experience


    Itinerary at a glance

    Oct. 24 – Arrive Lima and transfer to hotel
    Oct. 25 – Tour Lima
    Oct. 26 – Fly to Cusco and transfer to Sacred Valley
    Oct. 27 – Tour Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo
    Oct. 28 – Spend time with the local Amaru community
    Oct. 29 – Visit Machu Picchu
    Oct. 30 – Tour Urubamba market and square
    Oct. 31 – Visit the Sacsaywaman ruins
    Nov. 01 – City tour of Cusco
    Nov. 02 – Tour Andahuaylillas and countryside
    Nov. 03 – Free time in Cusco and then to airport
    Nov. 04 – Flight back to US

    *Rates include all of the listed group benefits. Rates are subject to availability and are the same for accessible or non-accessible rooms. The number of accessible rooms are limited and available on a first come basis. Book early to guarantee your room choice. All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on group size. The rate does not include international airfare or travel protection.

  • Lima Oct. 24

    Arrive in Lima and after being greeted by your Dignity Travel hosts, we will transfer to your luxury accessible hotel.

  • Lima Oct. 25

    Tour Lima´s historic center, including the main squares and plazas, Cathedral and historic buildings. We will enjoy lunch at the Larco Museum with time after to explore the collection of Peruvian gold and silver.

    Breakfast & Lunch

  • Sacred Valley Oct. 27

    Explore the impressive village and fortress of Ollantaytambo. We will discover how this fortress stood and was not defeated by the Spanish.

    Breakfast & Lunch

  • Sacred Valley Oct. 28

    Today we will visit a local community to interact with local native people. We will participate in some typical activities like food preparation or games.

    Breakfast & Lunch

  • Sacred Valley/Machu Picchu/Sacred Valley Oct. 29

    Take the train from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes. Once we arrive to Aguas Calientes, we will take a bus to the entrance of Machu Picchu. Once in Machu Picchu, you will have access into the city that you will remember for the rest of your life. For the three-hour visit in Machu Picchu, we will provide assistance to go at your own rhythm to make sure you get the most out the tour. After the visit, we will enjoy a buffet lunch at the Sanctuary Lodge hotel located in Machu Picchu. After lunch, will take the bus down to Aguas Calientes. Once in Aguas Calientes you will have two and a half hours to get to explore this cute little town before taking the train back to the hotel.

    Breakfast & Lunch

  • Sacred Valley Oct. 30

    Today you may rest and recover from the long and active previous day. You may have a late breakfast, have some time to read and/or relax. At mid afternoon we will have the option of visiting the town of Urubamba or simply stay at the hotel.


  • Sacred Valley/Cusco Oct. 31

    Journey back to Cusco. Have your camera ready because landscape is beautiful. On the way we will visit the Sacsayhuaman “speckled falcon” fortress wose precise zigzags of massive stone remain unmoved by the centuries.

    Breakfast & Lunch

  • Cusco Nov. 01

    Today we will enjoy a city tour of Cusco which includes the Catherdral and the central colonial areas.

    Breakfast & Lunch

  • Cusco/Andahualillas/Cusco Nov. 02

    Today we will visit Andahuaylillas or “field of copper.” It is a small village doted with a benign climate and easy-going people, located south of Cusco. In the classic style of country churches, Andahuaylillas -built by the Jesuits in the late sixteenth century- is a simple construction made of thick adobe mud-brick walls, common in colonial buildings, and features a relatively modest structure: a single nave with a bell tower and a facade with two solid stone columns that stand out against the others around the main entrance.The Andahuaylillas Church was founded in 1580 and houses the so called Andean Sistine Chapel.

    Breakfast & Lunch

  • Cusco/Lima Nov. 03

    After free time during the morning you will transfer to the airport for your flight to Lima.