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Family Activity Adventure to Peru



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9 Days, from £2,425 per person (excl. flights) Experience all of the highlights of Peru on this Family Activity Adventure, full of fun and fantastic daily activities ending each day in cosy, comfortable lodgings.

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This 9 day adventure will delight all of the family. Not only do you get to see the amazing iconic sights of Peru but your trip is packed with loads of adventure and daily activities, there really is an activity for everyone - Cycling, paddle boarding, trekking, canoeing, chocolate making and even pot throwing!

Day 1: Fly to Cusco

Arriving at Cusco airport you’ll be met and escorted to your hotel with the rest of the day free to relax after your long journey.

Day 2: Cusco – Sacred Valley (B)

This morning transfer to the beautiful, rural area of the Sacred Valley of the Incas to overnight. En-route they’ll be ample opportunity to stop and take photos at some of the most scenic viewpoints. The rest of the day can be spent relaxing in the cosy lodges and enjoying the beautiful scenery.

Day 3: Pedal Power from Pisac (B)

Visit Pisac to enjoy its market day. You can wander amongst the many artisan stalls at your leisure. Then head to Taray and unload the bikes. Cycle out of the plaza and follow a beautiful dirt road alongside the River Urubamba. Vibrant fields of corn, kiwicha and quinoa line your route as cheery farm workers put down their tools to wave as you pass. En-route we enjoy a picnic lunch.

The very fit can cycle all the way back to the hotel, or the support vehicle can take you back at any time to the hotel.

Day 4: Pachamancas, Paddleboards and Salt Pans (B)

Head to the shores of Lake Huaypo with fantastic views across to the snow-capped Urubamba mountains. Prepare your own lunch, Pachamanca, a very traditional Peruvian meal where meat and vegetables are cooked on hot stones in a hole in the ground. You’ll have time to enjoy some fun on the water paddleboarding, before you head to the spectacular Salt pans of Maras and hike along an old mule track, used to carry salt down to the valley. Return to your hotel late afternoon.

Day 5: Hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu (B)

Today is the day you reach Machu Picchu. Built over 500 years ago, this is one of new Seven Wonders of the World. Take an early train to start your hike along the Inca Trail. A few hours climbing brings you to the beautiful Inca terraces of Wiñay Wayna where you enjoy a box lunch. A further gentle two hours, a final set of steps, you pass through the old Incan gateway, turn to your left and there it is. Machu Picchu unfolds before your eyes.

Tonight, you spend the night in the town below, perhaps enjoy the medicinal waters of the hot springs, but above all dream about tomorrow and your chance to explore fully the ruins of Machu Picchu.

Day 6: Machu Picchu- Stones, Sacrifices and Spectacled Bears (B,D)

Revisit Machu Picchu with your guide today. From altars used for human sacrifices, temples carved in the shape of condors through to stones used to tie the sun, this is a history lesson everyone will enjoy. After a fantastic day, board the train to sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery on your journey to Cusco to your hotel.

Day 7: Sacsayhuaman, Tunnels and Chocolate Making (B,D)

Visit the old Inca hilltop fortress of Sacsayhuaman today with a spectacular view of Cusco. There is an impressive system of tunnels to explore. Walk back down to Cusco where you are free to relax and enjoy some lunch.

Late afternoon, make your very own bar of Peruvian chocolate! And learn all about the history. Overnight at your Cusco hotel.

Day 8: Canoes, Camelids and Condors (B,D)

An exciting day at Pinipampa, taking canoes to a section of river rapids, perfect for beginners and your expert guides will show you all you need to know.

Afterwards enjoy a tasty lunch at a local restaurant where you can feed the llamas and alpacas as well as seeing how the traditional cloth is woven and dyed. Then visit Ccochahuasi animal sanctuary to see condors, pumas, macaws and the Peruvian hairless dog.

Day 9: Cusco- Cobbles, Culture and Coffee (B,D)

Your last day to explore the old Inca capital. Coffee museums, cooking classes, chocolate making, souvenir hunting or even just sitting in one of the many cafes and watching the world go by. This afternoon you’ll be taken to the airport for your return journey home.

For those with more time we can offer you extensions to the Amazon rainforest, Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon and Arequipa or even to the little visited northern Peru. Please ask us for details.

Our Price Includes:

Private round trip transfer Airport/Hotel/Airport
Accommodation as mentioned above inclusive tax and service charges
One 4wd vehicle with English speaking chauffeur guide
Meals as specified (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
Services of Odyssey World’s local agents in Peru
Entrance fees
Ferry charges

Our Price Excludes:

International flight tickets & airport taxes
Any meals other than those specified
Anything not stated above
Travel insurance
Early check-in/late check-out charges unless otherwise stated
Items of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, tip etc.

Prices vary according to season and are per person based on two people sharing travelling together. Please ask us for more details and exclusions.


  • Trekking to Machu Picchu
  • Cycling through local villages and countryside
  • Paddle boarding on Lake Huaypo
  • Chocolate making in Cusco
  • Exploring the tunnels and ruins of Sacsayhuaman

Peru Information

  • Capital City: Lima
  • Time Difference: GMT -5
  • Language: Spanish and Quechua
  • Fly with: Iberia, LAN Airlines
  • Flight time: 13 Hours
  • Best time to go: May to October
  • Currency: Nuevo Sol (PEN)
  • Visa required: No
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