Peru & Bolivia are two countries united by their traditions and cultural manifestations, they are very similar to each other, because they share the Andes Mountains. We design your trip by joining the main Tourist Destinations, between Peru and Bolivia in a single travel adventure from the beginning to the end, you will have a personalized quality service.
The Icon of Peru is our Lost Citadel of the Incas MachuPicchu, which is considered one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World, the City of Cusco it is a beautiful city, mix with Inca architecture and colonial. We also have the Sacred Valley of the Incas, that are a mixture of Pre-Inca, Inca constructions.
Puno, which as an important place, has the Famous Titicaca Lagoon, where they have the floating islands, there you will have a unique experience, they will share their traditions and customs with you guys.
In Bolivia we can find, see the Salar de Uyuni that will surprise you by the immense white Salar, that has an incomparable beauty. The great Titicaca Lake, where we can find, see the Island of the Sun, that according to the legends, Manco Cápac and Mama Ocllo left from there to Cusco, to found the Inca Empire.
In Copacabana town, if we have the opportunity, we will see the famous manifestation of the Challa or blessing of Cars, that is characteristic of this place. The Valley of the Moon presents a semi-desert landscape, dotted with rocky peaks, chimneys and cacti.
|Duration: 10 days||Altitude: 2.408 m.o.s.l.||Acomodation: Hotel|
|Difficulty: Low||Season: All year||Covid-19 Biosafety Protocols|
Group Transportation 4 × 4
Guide / Specialized Driver.
Meals mentioned in the Program.
THE TOUR DOES NOT INCLUDE
National or international air tickets.
Services not detailed in the program.
Tips and others.
All rates for our Packages to Bolivia are expressed in US dollars (optional for currency exchange) and are programmed per person.
The rates valid for Peruvians only include IGV
All our rates are subject to availability and changes.
Children under 02 years and 11 months are considered INF (babies), do not pay any service and do not have the right to food, bed or seat on the tours.
DCC (child) is considered a child from 03 to 10 years and 11 months, has a special rate and shares a room with parents.
Children over 11 years old considered adults.
Minors must travel with an identity document.
Rates do not apply to holidays, Easter, long weekends, national holidays, Christmas or New Years.
Cusco is a city that is located in the province and region of the same name. This city is the capital of the department in which it is located and is also considered the Historical Capital of Peru and known as the navel of the world. The undisputed archaeological capital of the Americas, Cuzco is the oldest inhabited city on the continent
Bolivia is an authentic country that differs from other South American destinations in many ways. Bolivia’s colorful indigenous culture and stunning natural sites are the perfect ingredients for an unforgettable travel experience.
Dreamy Tours, offers programs that can be modified, designed and / or personalized as requested, to make your trip to measure and what better with this package where you can discover Peru and Bolivia.
The Cathedral of Cusco or The Basilica Cathedral of Cusco
It was built with huge stone blocks in 1560, on the Inca palace of Wiracocha in Sunturwasi, in this wonderful religious construction you can see beautiful wood carvings, embossed silver works and approximately 300 paintings from the Cusco School.
The Cathedral of Cusco has a Renaissance style façade that contrasts with the Baroque and Plateresque of its lavish interiors where the most significant religious samples of colonial art are preserved.
Qoricancha or Temple of the Sun
It is one of the most important religious centers of the Inca empire, and it is definitely one of the best examples of the fusion of the Inca and Spanish cultures. It is located 2 blocks from the Plaza de Armas of Cusco; It houses paintings from the Cusco School and Inca structures that are true works of art.
Qoricancha was considered as the Royal House of the Sun of Urin Qosqo for the Incas where a maximum homage to the God Inti (Sun) was rendered. There, different temples dedicated to their Gods were also housed such as: Pachamama (Mother Earth), Ray (Illapa), Rainbow (Kuychi), Chaska (Venus and the Stars), Quilla (Moon), the Solar Drum where found in Dios Punchao (Golden Child).
Today it is there where part of the Inti Raymi or also known as the festival of the sun takes place.
Sacsayhuaman or Real Casa del Sol
Located 2 km from the City of Cusco, it is one of the most enigmatic places on the planet, its 3 superimposed platforms of 390 mt. long, they were built with “huge carved stones” and fitted with incredible precision; You will be able to appreciate stones up to nine meters high and more than 120 tons in weight. This place is the head of the puma formed by the original layout of the imperial city of Cusco.
In the time of the Incas it was considered the Royal House of the Sun of Hanan Qosqo for being a religious, administrative and political center for the Incas. Today today the Inti Raymi or Fiesta al Sol is celebrated here, on June 24 of each year.
It is located 1 km. from Sacsayhuaman and 4 km from the City of Cusco and it will be your next stop.
Qenqo was an Inca ceremonial and astronomical cult center; it was dedicated to mother earth. In this place stands out the underground cavern where the mummification of their dead was carried out, an amphitheater where there was a stone carved monolith with figures of toads and monkeys of a large size and around this there are trapezoidal niches where the Incas placed their dead; at present, only half of the original structure remains.
It will be the next place you will visit, it is located 10 minutes from Qenqo and is known as the red fortress, this thanks to the amount of iron present in its stones. It follows that this place was used as a military post and resting place, and it is possible that its function was that of a military space. It was the main entry control point to the City of Cusco.
It is the last site of the Cusco City Tour, it is located just 100 meters from Pucapucara and 8 km. northeast of the city of Cusco; It was used as a center for worship and worship of water. The enclosure is made up of a set of finely carved rocks, waterfalls, canals and aqueducts fed by nearby springs that come from the Ojos de Agua de los Nevados.
Hidden under the tawny slopes of formidable hills, the beautiful Urubamba River Valley, known as The Sacred Valley.
It is located about 15 km north of Cuzco while the condor flies, through a narrow road with hairpin bends.
This quiet and attractive corner of the Andes with attractive colonial towns and secluded woven towns is well worth exploring. The star attractions are the markets and the towering Inca citadels of Pisac and Ollantaytambo, but they are also packed with other Inca sites.
Its countless hiking trails are deservedly gaining popularity. Adrenaline activities range from rafting to rock climbing.
If you want to visit the sacred valley, the first thing you should do is buy the Cusco Tourist Ticket, with which you will have access to various attractions of the city and the Sacred Valley.
Main citadels in the Sacred Valley to visit:
History of the Citadel of Machu Picchu – Machupicchu
This ancient Inca city known as Machu Picchu or Machupicchu, is one of the most precious treasures in Peru. It was built in the middle of the 15th century and it is believed that it was one of the residences of the ninth Inca of Tahuantinsuyo, Pachacútec (Considered the great transformer of the Inca empire), although in it there are also the remains of a great Sanctuary (Sacred Place where worshiped its various gods, especially the Sun God), with various temples such as: temple of the sun, temple of the 3 windows, temple of the Pachamama, the Inti Huatana, the Royal Mausoleum, among others,
Its name means old mountain – Machu Picchu, and refers to the place where it is located, at about 2453 meters above sea level, in a rocky premonitory between Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu. Machu Picchu is divided into 3 sectors: agricultural sector, religious sector, urban sector.
Currently, this Inca jewel is one of the tourist centers of the country. Travelers come to Aguas Calientes to start the Inca route that Hiram Bingham popularized at the beginning of the 20th century.
The Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is considered one of the Seven New Wonders of the Modern World and has been declared a World Heritage Site in 1983. Machu Picchu Peru
Highland city, Puno is a cluster of folklore and colorful costumes in each of its streets. Although it is true that, when walking, one feels almost 4,000 meters above sea level. in which it is located, it is known as the “City of the Sacred Lake”, since Lake Titicaca is located on its lands, famous, for having been the Pacarina, from which, according to the myth, Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo.
What you should know about Lake Titicaca.
Lake Titicaca is the highest in the world, at more than 3800 meters high. As you know, it has a part in Bolivia and another in Peru, as well as several inhabited islands that can be visited.
On the Peruvian side there are: Uros Island, Taquile Island and Amantaní Island in Puno, three different places with an interesting, attractive and captivating culture.
How to get to the Peruvian Lake Titicaca?
The only possible way to visit Lake Titicaca is to do it from the City of Puno in a boat.
How to get to the City of Puno?
To get to the City of Puno, you can do it by bus and even by flight from wherever you are.
What to see in Puno in one day?
Visiting the City of Puno in one day is very possible on your own and you can even take a walk around the center of Puno in a quiet way, take photos and eat something.
You can also visit:
- The Cathedral and the Plaza de Armas.
- Pine Park.
- Carlos Dreyer Museum.
- Walk along the Jirón Lima.
- The viewpoints.
- The Festival of Candlemas.
- The Museum of Customs. .
- The Yavarí ship
- Visit Lake Titicaca among others,
We have price alternatives that accommodate all budgets, prices per person, expressed in US Dollars.
Make your quotes and reservations by email firstname.lastname@example.org, you can also communicate with one of our sales executives at the telephones detailed below, we will be happy to assist you.
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HOW TO BOOK?
To start the process of your reservation, please, we need you to send us the following information:
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- Your information about your hotel in the city of Cusco is very important, to be able to pick you up there at the time of starting the tour.
To confirm reservations, 50% of the advance payment is required and the other 50% can be paid upon arrival at your destination.
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