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14 Day Peru Grand Tour Inca Trail/Machu Picchu


Peru’s Best Multi-Day Adventure
Hike the Inca Trail
Connect with native people
Private guided tour of Machu Picchu
Exhilarating Rainbow Mountain
Explore cultural Cusco and Sacred Valley- Guiding Peru Exclusive
Lake Titicaca and Colca Canyon
Healthy snacks and meals – deluxe camping and accommodations
Flexible start day


Pricing: $3795.00/person – (25% deposit required at time of booking) –


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Tour Overview


From majestic Inca ruins to incredible gastronomic experiences with the best hotel properties, our knowledgeable team of travel experts know everything about Peru and have prepared an incredible travel package just for you. This 14-Day Peru Grand Tour Package allows you to enjoy the “Best of Peru”. Including, amazing chef-prepared dinners, drinks, and included transport and accommodations as you tour Cusco, the Sacred Valley, Rainbow Mountain, Colca Canyon-Lake Titicaca and hike the Inca Trail into Machu Picchu on your all-inclusive tour.

Tour Planning


On this tour you can expect extended hiking at high altitudes on the Inca Trail and Rainbow Mountain. You should come prepared with proper equipment. Training for at least 2 months before the trek is advised. Please read our booking policy before purchase.



14-day peru grand tour Package

Our 14-day Peru Grand Tour Package brings a rewarding experience for travelers looking to discover all the highlights that Peru has to offer.  Here is a brief itinerary of our 14-day inclusive package tour of Peru.


  •  Lodging: Hilton Garden Inn, Cusco
  • Meals include: Welcome Reception

One of our representatives will meet & greet you at the Cusco airport and then you will be transferred via our private van to the four-star Hilton Garden Inn Hotel in Cusco. In the late afternoon, our guide will come to your hotel and take you on a walking tour to the beautiful  Cusco Inca Museum and the historic San Blas Church. You will continue to the heights of the San Blas district to enjoy our evening welcome reception in a restaurant overlooking the city lights of Cusco, followed by a briefing of the upcoming itinerary by our guide


  • Lodging: Hilton Garden Inn, Cusco
  • Meals include: Buffet breakfast & deluxe picnic lunch

Our guide will pick you up in the hotel lobby at 8:00am and begin your deluxe city tour of Cusco. This morning you will enjoy walking through and discussing the most traditional and important streets of the city. You will begin in Cusco’s Plaza de Armas where your guide will describe the ancient Inca-built buildings and streets of the city visiting along the way Saint Christopher Church. Here you will have one of the best views of the city, prior to continuing the walk down to San Blas Incan urbanization. Next you will visit Cusco’s first church and enjoy one of South America’s finest pulpits, carved in cedar wood. After touring this sacred church you will continue, on foot, to the Temple of the Sun, Qoricancha. Upon entering this Temple you will observe the clash between Inca culture and Catholicism, and their variations in building techniques. From Qoricancha you will continue walking along some of the side streets of Cusco to the Main Cathedral, where your guide will describe it’s history and the Andean art within, including, the choir and the Andean last supper. Around noon, following this fascinating walking city tour we drive up to Quenko, The Temple of Fertility, where you will have a 30-minute private guided tour. In these amazing highlands is where we will have a delicious; chef prepared buffet picnic lunch with specialty drinks. This location is near an ancient Inca trail, on the grounds of a newly built mountain village school. Following our lunch we will start walking down an ancient Inca trail to the Sacsayhuaman Incan archaeological site for a 2-hour private tour, exploring the complete site. Once we finish our tour, we travel back by private van to your hotel in Cusco.


  •  Lodging: Hilton Garden Inn, Cusco
  •  Meals include: Buffet breakfast, local village lunch and snacks

On day 3 you’ll enjoy a full-day tour of the Sacred Valley. Guiding Peru’s exclusive schedule makes this journey unique and totally different from the others. We start driving to Chincheros at 7am, famous for its weaving and spectacularly sited at high altitude. (3,800m) We will visit a weaving house and have a demonstration on dying and weaving techniques. You will have the opportunity to purchase quality wool items direct from those who make the products  at a price much lower than the stores in Cusco. Next we will continue our drive through the Sacred Valley to the Incan Laboratory of Moray, an amazing place of experimentation of micro climates in the highlands, built in a shape of amphitheater. Continuing the tour for a few more minutes, we arrive in Maras Salt Pans, the main mine of salt production in Peru since the first civilizations in South America, and one of the most productive ones in the world. It provides pink salt and from here, you will get a great view of the area which looks like a moon landscape. After lunch we continue driving 1 hour 15 minutes to Ollantaytambo. Upon arrival, your guide will tour you through Ollantaytambo for about 45 minutes explaining this City as the best example of an intact Inca village. It is charming with its waterways running through the quaint streets of the town. You will explore the archaeological site, having some free time to take pictures and to explore the town. Following this wonderful tour, we continue driving back to Cusco stopping in at the village of Pisac, where you will have some free time to wonder and shop at the local market, famous for its traditional goods and street foods. Lastly we will arrive back into Cusco to your hotel for 6pm.

DAY 4: Hiking Tour of Rainbow Mountain

  •  Highest Elevation: 4,450 m
  •  Distance to walk: 8 km
  • Time: 5-6 hours/moderate-difficult
  •  Meals include: Breakfast, lunch and snacks
  • Lodging: Hilton Garden Inn, Cusco

On day 4 you will be picked up from your hotel at 430am to enjoy Guiding Peru’s Rainbow Mountain Hiking Tour. Today our guide will lead you deep into these spectacular painted hills. Also known as Vinicunca, Rainbow Mountain Peru is an unexplored land filled with snow-covered glaciated peaks, wildly desert landscapes, herds of alpaca, and immaculate beauty. This social media wonder will surely provide the desired photos and experience that will bring back many memories as you hike through this spectacular region. You will enjoy a stop at a local restaurant to enjoy a breakfast on the way to Rainbow Mountain and a lunch following your successful climb of Rainbow prior to your 430pm return to your Cusco hotel.


    • Lodging: Deluxe Camping 
    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner and snacks 
    • Maximum altitude: 3300 m 
    • Distance: 12km 
    • Time: 5-6 hours/moderate 

    With an early morning pickup from your Cusco hotel we will begin with a drive to Ollantaytambo, where you’ll have a brief stop to shop for those last minute items required for the trail, enjoy a cup of coffee or re-organize all those last-minute necessities before we begin the hike.  You will then be driven to Km 82, the starting point for the Inca Trail. Here you’ll  meet our team of professional chefs and porters as they arrange our gear for the upcoming 3-days of hiking on the popular Inca Trail. The initial two hours of trekking are considered easy, as you will see the first Inca site, Patallacta, that was a magnificent regulatory point of the Sacred Valley.  Near Patallacta you will enjoy a delicious lunch. We continue trekking along the valley created by the Kusichaca River, gradually climbing for about 4 hours until we reach the community of Wayllabamba (3000m/9840ft), where we set our first camp. Your chef-prepared dinner will be around 7:00 pm and, following that, our guide will explain the next day’s itinerary and answer questions regarding today’s Inca sites that you visited along the way.


    • Lodging: Deluxe Camping
    • Maximum altitude: 4215 m
    • Distance: 17km
    • Time: 8 hours/difficult

    Today after an early morning wake-up and tent service of hot tea or coffee, followed by a nourishing breakfast, we begin the most difficult and longest part of the trek, which consists of a steep ascent that stretches for 9 km. Along this climb, the landscape changes from sierra to puna, a dry and high area with little vegetation. On the way to the first mountain pass, the Abra Warmihuañusca (Dead Woman´s Pass – 4200m/13776ft), the highest elevation of the trail, we will take a break at a local village to enjoy a cold drink. Then continuing our hike through Pacaymayu Valley. From the peak you  hike another 1 hour to our lunch site where our faithful porters will have our dining camp arranged and our expert chef will have an exceptional lunch waiting for you. Following the appetizing lunch we start hiking once more to the 2nd pass of the day, Runcu Raccay, enjoying the best viewpoint of the gorge. Half-way up we stop to visit the archaeological complex with the same name. This site (3800m/12464ft), consists of a small oval structure that is believed to have served the purpose of a watchtower. We then descend to Sayacmarca where we’ll relish the best sunset of the tour. This is a beautiful complex made up of a semicircular construction, enclosures at different levels, narrow streets, liturgical fountains, patios and irrigation canals. Lastly, we’ll have a short hike to our 2nd campground of Chaquicocha. After a superb dinner & rejuvenating drink you can enjoy a sleep and view the beauty of the Milky Way from the comforts of your tent set high in the Andes of Peru.


    • Lodging: Deluxe Camping
    • Meals: Buffet, lunch, dinner and snacks
    • Maximum altitude: 3600 m
    • Distance: 10km
    • Time: 6 hours/moderate 

    Following your morning chef-prepared breakfast, we’ll trek for 1.25 hours to the 3rd pass of the Inca Trail. As we hike, you’ll have the chance to witness the sacred and royal Salcantay Mountain, the 2nd highest snow-covered mountain in the province. After observing this fascinating site we’ll reach Phuyupatamarka, the 3rd pass, where you will enjoy the fabulous views of the Urubamba River, Urubamba Mountain range, Machu Picchu Mountain and the archeological site of Phuyupatamarca. This is one of the most complete and best-preserved archaeological complexes along the Inca Trail, and is located on the highest point of a mountain. From above, one can observe the sacred complex made up of water fountains with solid foundations It will be a 3 hour trek from Phuyupatamarka to our final campground of  Wiñay Wayna. After Machu Picchu, this is the most exceptional Inca site on the trail. In the afternoon, you’ll have ample time to to discover several Inca sites apart from the stunning Wiñay Wayna. Tonight you will enjoy a magnificent dinner presentation and then it will be early to bed as the next morning will be a very early start, insuring we are at the Sungate to enjoy the views of the Citadel before the crowds arrive later in the day.


    • Meals: Breakfast, Snack bag, celebration lunch 
    • Maximum altitude: 2700 m
    • Distance: 4km
    • Time: 2 hours/easy
    • Lodging: Hilton Garden Inn, Cusco

    You will be woken up early today, about 4:00 am, when our porter will serve you a freshly prepared cup of hot coca tea or coffee as you pack your bag for the final day on the beautiful Inca Trail.Shortly after, you’ll get into the final checkpoint & trek to the Sun Gate to enjoy the 1st spectacular sight of Machu Picchu. We then descend to the fortress of Machu Picchu while gazing at the panoramas of this stunning valley. Later in the morning, we’ll arrive at Machu Picchu City, from where our two hour private guided tour will start through the most important and exceptional parts of the complex. Following the tour you will have ample time to self-explore the citadel or perhaps take the option to hike the mountain “Huaynapicchu”. After your time in Machu Picchu, the bus will bring you down to Aguas Calientes town where you will enjoy a celebration lunch, before catching the afternoon train back to Ollantaytambo. As soon as you arrive in Ollantaytambo, our driver will be waiting in our private van to drive you back to your hotel in Cusco.


    • Accommodation: Casa Andina Hotel, Puno 
    • Meals: Breakfast, buffet lunch and snacks

    Our team will pick you up in a private van at 7am from your Cusco Hotel to begin your drive to Puno. Along the way to Lake Titicaca you will stop to visit and tour with our guide many interesting sites. Our first stop will be at the Tipon Archaeological complex. Here survives an intact Inca ritual garden with soothing water features. Following our guided tour you will stop near a stunning lake where you will enjoy a buffet lunch at one of the local restaurants. Then we will continue the drive to the Racchi Inca ruins which was in Inca times a religious site and a resting place for weary travelers. Along the way to Puno is La Raya, the border between the Regions of Cusco and Puno, where the most traditional animals of Peru can be seen, such as llamas and alpacas. Our driver will stop and allow plenty of time for some amazing photos. By 6pm we will arrive in Puno where we will take you to your hotel. Here you will have the evening to enjoy on your own, wandering the streets and enjoying dinner on your own at one of the many restaurants


  • • Accommodation: Local Village Island Home, Taquile Island Lake Titicaca
    • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks
    After breakfast at your hotel, our guide will pick you up and take you to the Port of Puno. From there you will have a 30-minute boat ride, enjoying the fantastic views of the lake crossing to the floating Uros islands. The locals will welcome and show you their island and the products they weave, describing the construction of their island. From here you will take a 2.5-hour scenic boat ride, touring the lake before arriving to Taquile Island, mid-afternoon. Our guide will introduce you to the local families who are willing to share their homes with you for the evening. After a late lunch with the family, we will hike for one hour up to the island mountain, which is located at 13,000ft above sea level. Here you will have plenty of time to rest while enjoying an amazing view of the sun setting over the lake. You will hike back to the village for a group dinner and then you will have the opportunity to dress in traditional island clothes, provided by the locals, and go to the local square to meet and dance with the village children


  • • Accommodation: Casa Andina Hotel, Puno
    • Meals: Breakfast, lunch and snacks You will have an early breakfast with your local family then take the boat for one hour to arrive at Amantani Island. The inhabitants here still live according to their ancestral traditions and dress with brightly colored traditional clothing. They are also famous for the magnificent weavings that the men spend many days completing. We will have some time to learn about ancestral farming techniques and experience using a few of the ancient Inca tools. Lunchtime will be in a typical restaurant with beautiful lake views, prior to taking the boat back to Puno and your hotel.


• Accommodation: Killawasi Lodge, Yanque – Colca Canyon
• Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks

After an enjoyable breakfast at the Puno hotel you will begin the transport to Colca Canyon in our private vehicle. Today you will enjoy the spectacular views as we drive to the best viewpoint for the amazing viewing opportunity of the mighty Andean condor. Peru’s Colca Canyon is not only the second-deepest canyon in the world, but is also considered the best destination in South America for watching Andean Condors. Along today’s route you will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and then continue through the Colca Canyon with many more photo opportunities of the deep canyon gorges and valleys. As time allows you may wish to stop in to relax in one of the Canyon’s thermal baths. We will end today’s tour in Yanque, where you will enjoy your stay in the rustic lodge of Killawasi. Tonight’s meal will be at the lodge, with incredible views of the surrounding scenery of the Colca Canyon.


• Accommodation: Casa Andina Hotel, Arequipa
• Meals: Breakfast, lunch and snacks

This morning we will depart Yanque and begin our 3.5 hour drive to Arequipa. Along the way we will enjoy stopping at a few scenic points for more views of the spectacular canyon we are driving through. Colca Canyon has amazing natural landscapes surrounded by Andean terraces which are still used today by the local farmers to cultivate potatoes, maizes, and other crops in the mountain slopes. Once we arrive in Arequipa we will enjoy lunch and then check into our hotel. In the afternoon you will enjoy a guided walking tour through the main square of Arequipa where our guide will explain the importance of the historical sites. Arguably the most grandiose plaza in Peru, Arequipa’s central square is certain to impress. Set among palm trees, surrounded by stunning colonial churches, the Plaza de Armas is the heart of Arequipa and the perfect vantage point to appreciate why it is known as the “White City”. This evening will be free for you to enjoy as you prepare for tomorrow’s departure home.

DAY 14: Good Bye Peru - Arequipa Airport Departure

• Meals: Breakfast

Enjoy relaxing at your hotel or self exploring the streets of Arequipa as you await your transport from your hotel to the Arequipa airport for your return flight home. Optionally you may choose to return to Cusco by Guiding Peru van, where you may extend your time in Peru or depart from the Cusco airport for your return flight home.

What’s Included in our 14-Day Package Tour?

  • Professional English and Spanish speaking guide
  • Cusco airport transport to Cusco Hotel on arrival and Arequipa Hotel to Arequipa Airport on departure
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Rainbow Mountain entry fees
  • Cusco City and Sacred Valley entry fees to sites included in itinerary
  • Large 4 man tents (shared by 2 guests) – Inca Trail
  • Inca Trail permits
  • Toilet tent, Kitchen tent, Dining tent with chairs
  • Hot water daily for washing
  • Cooks, assistants, and porters – Inca Trail
  • Machu Picchu entry ticket
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Return transfer to Cusco hotel – Inca Trail
  • First-aid kit and Oxygen
  • Bus tickets Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
  • Duffel bag, Trekking poles, Sleeping bag and air mattress, blanket and pillow – Inca Trail
  • Radio communications
  • Train fares from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
  • Lake Titicaca Permits
  • Lake Titicaca private boat transportation
  • Racchi Inca ruins and Tipon Archaeological park entry fees
  • Colca Canyon entri permits
  • Five nights hotel accommodations Hilton Garden Inn, Cusco
  • One night hotel accommodations, Killawasi Lodge, Yanque
  • Two nights hotel accommodations, Casa Andina Hotel, Puno
  • One night hotel accommodations, Casa Andina Hotel, Arequipa
  • One night home-stay, Taquille Island-Lake Titicaca
  • Three nights deluxe camping – Inca Trail

Suggested Packing List

  • Original passport
  • Daypack with rain-cover for personal items
  • Dry-Bag (plastic bag)
  • Trekking Clothes (trekking boots, warm fleece jacket, long sleeve tops, t-shirts, socks, sun hat, thermal underwear, light long pants, gloves, poncho, rain jacket, beanie, bathing suit)
  • Personal Toiletries, toilet paper, small towel, moist towelettes, personal medications
  • Sun block
  • Headlamp or flashlight
  • Sunglasses
  • Two 1 litre water bottled or 2 litre water reservoir
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Bug repellent
  • Battery charge pack with cords for charging electronics
  • Extra money for drinks & tips, souvenirs etc in soles
What People Are Saying



"Our guides Reuben, Marco and Celia were great. They took care of everything. I enjoyed the conversation and learning about their country. I liked the food and think the meals were well rounded. The hotels were clean and accommodating. Good team. I’d book with them again."

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"Awesome leadership, great preparation, outstanding food, a new adventure at every turn and....the contrast from 14000 ft. peaks to jungle canopy was what brought it all together....two worlds, one civilization, new friendships, and lots of fun. We'll be back!"

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"One final note - over the four days, one couldn't help looking over at the other groups of trekkers, observing and even chatting with along the trail. From groups of 2 to what looked like other groups of 30+ people, I don't think I found any group that was as well looked after as our group. You can stop looking now - go ahead and book with Guiding Peru."

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Your Should Know


When to Travel

  • High Season (June – August): Dry season in the Andean highlands. Best time for dry conditions for hiking in the Sacred Valley and on Inca Trail.
  • Shoulder Season (September-November and March-May): Occasional rain storms Trails are less crowded, making for ideal visits with more solitude.
  • Low Season (December to February): Rainy season. Expect persistent daily rains. The Inca Trail is closed in February for trail maintenance and campsite clean up.

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