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17-Day Cusco, Huayllabamba, Machupicchu, Ecuador and Isabela Island Tour from Lima with Airport Transfer Tour Code: 573-7330

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Lima, Peru
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17 16
Visit Cuzco, Galapagos Islands, Inca Trail, Isabela Island, Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo, Santa Cruz Island, Lima, Aguas Calientes, Guayaquil.
Price (/person)
    Single $4750
    Double $4165

Pricing Policy

Hotel Option Date / Date Range SingleDouble
3* for Tourist Class - Surcharge Year round $410$610
4* for First Class - Surcharge Year round $1610$1770
5* for Luxury Class - Surcharge Year round $6740$8370
  • Room upgrade: listed price are the Hostal Room price for the backpackers. If you want to upgrade the type of room from Hostal to 3-star(Tourist Class) or 4-star(First Class) or 5-star(Luxury Class) Hotel Room, surcharge is needed. Please note that¬†each 3-star(Tourist Class) or 4-star(First Class) or 5-star(Luxury Class) Hotel Room can only accommodate up to 2 guests of any age.
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Day 1: Lima

Today guests will be transferred to the hotel after arrival in Lima International airport. Then we will enjoy the free time to rest and prepare for the trip.
  • Lima, PERU

    Lima, PERU
    Lima, the capital city of Peru, was founded by conquistador Francisco Pizarro in 1535. This city's historic places include the National University of San Marcos, which was established in 1551 and is the oldest university in the Americas.
Standard Hotel: Porta 3* in Lima Miraflores or Similar
Deluxe Hotel: El Carmel 3*/ San Agustin E 4*/ Marriott 5* in Lima Miraflores or Similar

Day 2: Lima - Cuzco(657 km)

After breakfast, we will be transferred to Lima airport for flight to Cuzco. Upon arrival we will transfer to the hotel and enjoy leisure time. We could walk to the San Blass Street within 2 minutes distance from hotel. It has an attractive square and the oldest parish church in Cuzco.
Afterwards we will go for a brief walking though some of the finest Inca constructions that remain in the city. At east of the Plaza de Armas,†Calle Loreto†is one of the best-known Inca thoroughfares. At northeast of the Plaza de Armas off Calle Palacio is†Hatunrumiyoc. Across the Archbishop's Palace on the right side is the famous 12 Angled Stone. From Hatunrumiyoc, make your first right down another pedestrian alleyway, Inca Roca; Then we will also visit Siete Culebras,†the alleyway connecting Plaza Nazarenas to Choquechaca. After that we will visit other streets such as Herrajes, Pasaje Arequipa,†and†Santa Catalina Angosta.
In the afternoon, we go on a sightseeing of Cuzco, visiting the Main Square, the Cathedral and the Temple of the Sun or Korikancha. Then we will drive out of the city to visit the Inca sites of Kenko, Tambomachay, Puca Pucara and the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman. At around 8:00pm we would enjoy dinner with a folklore show while appreciating the beautiful sounds by Andean instruments.
  • Cuzco, PERU

    Cuzco, PERU
    This city once served as the capital of the Inca Empire. Many of its most popular sights are the ruins of this once-great people, such as the famous "lost city" of Machu Picchu. Cuzo itself also has many sights.

    Cuzco Cathedral

    This cathedral, also called the Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin, was completed in 1654, and is located in the Plaza de Armas. It contains many historically significant objects and relics.

    Qurikancha

    The site where these impressive ruins stand was once the most important temple in the entirety of the Incan Empire. Reports from Spanish explorers of the time describe the temple's ipulence in great detail.
  • Machu Picchu, PERU

    Machu Picchu, PERU
    The famous citadel of the Inca sits atop a scraggy mountain peak overlooking the valley that was sacred to those people. These ruins feature many temples and the famous terraced-gardens the Inca developed for agriculture in the Andes.

    Temple of the Sun

    Temple of the Sun
    The Temple of the Sun is a building in Machu Picchu that one stood as the tallest building in the city, to mark its importance for the Inca. Sacred religious rituals and astronomical studies were held within the building.
Standard Hotel: Carlos V 3* in Cuzco or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Royal Inka 3*/ San Agustin D 4*/ Marriott 5* or similar
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 3: Cusco - Rainbow Mountain - Cusco

A fantastic day tour ( with trekking ) to the so - called 7 Color Mountain, leaving from Cusco. Located in southern Peru, in the Cusco region, this route will take you through stunning landscapes with glaciers, snowcapped mountains and crystal clear rivers and lakes. Pass by local villages of Quechua descendants and explore the breathtaking surrounding nature. You will be picked up from your accommodation at around 3.00am and start making your way to Arco ( on the route to Puno ) eventually getting to the Checacupe district ( 2 hour journey ). Then we will continue to Pitumarca and a number of small villages till we reach the Hanchipata - Quesuno community ( another 1.5 hours ). From here we start our hike. The trek lasts for about 3 hours until we get to the stunning landscape of Vinicunca ( Rainbow Mountains ). Here we will have about one hour to relax and take amazing pictures of this natural wonder. We then hike back to the starting point of the trek, and from there return to Cusco ( arriving at approximately 19.00 ).
  • Cuzco, PERU

    Cuzco, PERU
    This city once served as the capital of the Inca Empire. Many of its most popular sights are the ruins of this once-great people, such as the famous "lost city" of Machu Picchu. Cuzo itself also has many sights.
Standard Hotel: Camping Tent 3* in Inca Trail
Deluxe Hotel: Camping Tent 4*/5*

Day 4: Cuzco - Ollantaytambo(44 km)

Depart from hotel in the early morning we will head to the Urubamba Valley.We will visit the picturesque indian Pisac Market, which is the shopping paradise of the Andes. Then we could enjoy a typical lunch. In the afternoon, passing through the towns of Calca and Urubamba, we will visit the Inca Fortress and Citadel of Ollantaytambo. We can walk through the quaint streets of the nearby town, and know more about this strategic Mlitary, Religious, and Agricultural Centre. In the evening we could enjoy our free time. We could stroll around the Main Square and enjoy a delicious Pisco Sour in some of the many pubs around the Square of Ollantaytambo.
  • Cuzco, PERU

    Cuzco, PERU
    This city once served as the capital of the Inca Empire. Many of its most popular sights are the ruins of this once-great people, such as the famous "lost city" of Machu Picchu. Cuzo itself also has many sights.
  • Ollantaytambo, PERU

    Ollantaytambo, PERU
    This small town north of Cuzco is built around an archaeological site. At the height off the Inca Empire, Ollantaytambo was the royal estate of Emperor Pachacuti. It is one of the starting points of the Inca Trail.
Standard Hotel: Mama Ollanta 3* in Ollantaytambo or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Munay Tika 3*/ Paukaritampu 4*/ Libertador 5* in Ollantaytambo or similar
Breakfast: IncludedLunch: Included

Day 5: Cuzco - Km82 - Huayllabamba

In the morning, our guide will pick you up from your hotel to transfer you by bus to the km 82 where you will arrive at approx. 10:30 am. Here you will meet the team that will join you during the trek, such as the porters, camp assistants and cooks. You will begin the walk, the first day is quite easy and during the first kilometres you will have a beautiful view of the snow peaked Veronica Mountain, walking alongside the Vilcanota River until you arrive at the Archaeological Complex of Patallacta, where you will have lunch and gain energy to reach Huayllabamba, where the first camp is set up.†
  • Cuzco, PERU

    Cuzco, PERU
    This city once served as the capital of the Inca Empire. Many of its most popular sights are the ruins of this once-great people, such as the famous "lost city" of Machu Picchu. Cuzo itself also has many sights.
Standard Hotel: Camping Tent
Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 6: Huayllabamba - Pacaymayo

After breakfast, we will start the hardest part of the tour with a steep ascent, followed by 3 hours walking until reaching the Warmiwanusca up to 4.2km approximately. We will not only enjoy incredible panoramic views from here but also have the satisfaction to have reached the top. After lunch in Vizcachayoc, we will descend towards Pacaymayo for dinner and camp.†
  • Inca Trail, PERU

    The Inca Trail is the famous pathway that cuts through diverse landscapes of the Andean wilderness until it reaches the famed ruins of Machu Picchu. The trail passes the sites of several Inca ruins.

    Warminwanusqa

    This mountain pass along the Inca Trail in Peru is named "Dead Woman's Pass" in the Quechua language. This foreboding name comes from the steep ascent one must undertake to pass through the area.

    Pacaymayo Valley Campsite

    This is one of the more active campsites along the Inca Trail through the Andean wilderness. It is a relaxing place to stop for the evening along your trek.
Standard Hotel: Camping Tent
Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 7: Pacaymayo - Winayhuayna

After breakfast the ascent will begin until to around 3.9 km where we will visit to the archaeological complex†Runkurakay and the Inca Citadel of†Sayacmarca. Then we will have a lunch in Chaqquicocha. After that we will†continue walking towards†Phuya Patamarca. After a brief rest, we will go on walking until arriving at Winay Huayna for a visit to this spectacularly located Archaeological Complex. Then we will have a dinner and overnight in the camp.
Note: above camp sites are the regular and subject to the disposition levied by the Machu Picchu Management Unit without prior notice, meantime tour itinerary will not be affected.†
  • Inca Trail, PERU

    The Inca Trail is the famous pathway that cuts through diverse landscapes of the Andean wilderness until it reaches the famed ruins of Machu Picchu. The trail passes the sites of several Inca ruins.

    Winay Wayna

    The name of these ruins translate to English as "forever young," a beautiful moniker for a beautiful set of terraced fortifications built into a steep cliff-face, showcasing the impressive architectural skills of the Inca.

    Sayaqmarka

    This archaeological site along the Inca Trail in the heart of the Andes mountains sits on a cliff high above the valley below. It is one of the last major landmarks on the trail before Machu Picchu.
Standard Hotel: Camping Tent
Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 8: Winay Huayna - Waynapicchu - Machu Picchu - Cuzco(77 km)

After breakfast, we start walking for 1 hour by the forest until the Inti Punku, known as the front door to Machu Picchu. Then we will climb 6km to Huayna Picchu. After that we go down to Machu Picchu ruins and visit the Main Square, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Solar Clock, the Royal Quarters and etc. Afterwards we could enjoy our free time to stroll around the Citadel and then meet the rest of the group to be transferred by bus to Aguas Calientes for lunch. In the afternoon we will return to Cusco by train. Upon arrival we will be transferred to the hotel.
Afternoon we will enjoy the town of Aguas Calientes and visit its Hot Springs. Then we will have time to perform some of the following activities: Visiting Mandor Waterfall. You just have to follow the railway line from Machu Picchu Pueblo for a 45 minute-hike and then reach a railway crossing, from which you could ask local dwellers how to reach Mandor Waterfall. At around 7:00pm we will take the train back to Ollantaytambo & Cusco. Upon arrival transfer to hotel for overnight.
  • Machu Picchu, PERU

    Machu Picchu, PERU
    The famous citadel of the Inca sits atop a scraggy mountain peak overlooking the valley that was sacred to those people. These ruins feature many temples and the famous terraced-gardens the Inca developed for agriculture in the Andes.

    Huayna Picchu

    Huayna Picchu
    Accessible only via a narrow mountain path from Machu Picchu, the peak of Huayna Picchu rises above its counterpart below. Home to many of the temples of the ancient city, it provides one of the best views in Peru.

    Mandor Waterfalls

    Located down the mountain from Machu Picchu, Mandor Waterfalls are an absolutely breathtaking hidden gem. Complete with botanical gardens, it is a relatively easy half-day's hike from nearby Aguas Calientes. Keep on the lookout for exotic birds and butterflies.
  • Aguas Calientes, PERU

    This town sits 20 minutes down the mountain from Machu Picchu. Its name, "hot waters" in English, derives from the presence of numerous thermal springs in the area that make thisvillage a great place to relax after a hike.
Standard Hotel: Carlos V 3* in Cuzco or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Royal Inka 3*/ San Agustin D. 4*/ Marriott 5* in Cuzco or similar
Breakfast: Included

Day 9: Lima

After breakfast, we will go for a city sightseeing tour in Lima. The tour includes Lima's Historical Centre, passing by Plaza San Martin, the Main Plaza, the Government Palace, the City Hall, the Cathedral and its Religious Art Museum, the Church of Santo Domingo, with the tombs of Santa Rosa and San Martin de Porras, and Lima's Colonial Balconies. After that, we will visit the Convent and Church of San Francisco. Then we will visit the Basilica of 21 altars, Convent of Cloisters, Capitulary and Clementine Rooms, Chorus and Library of the Monks, the Sacristy with paintings of Surbaran and Ribera. We will also visit El Olivar Park with olive trees, the Central Park of Miraflores and Larcomar, a privileged site to enjoy an amazing view of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Lima, PERU

    Lima, PERU
    Lima, the capital city of Peru, was founded by conquistador Francisco Pizarro in 1535. This city's historic places include the National University of San Marcos, which was established in 1551 and is the oldest university in the Americas.

    Government Palace

    Government Palace
    The Government Palace, located on the north side of the Plaza Mayor in Peru's capital city Lima. The palace was built in 1535 and is a stately government building with a set of ornamental guards. It features a large wrought-iron fence that surrounds the building and lines one side of the Plaza Mayor behind the Rimac River.
Standard Hotel: Porta 3* in Lima Miraflores or similar
Deluxe Hotel: El Carmel 3*/ San Agustin E 4*/ Marriott 5* in Lima Miraflores or similar
Breakfast: Included

Day 10: Cuzco - Lima - Guayaquil(1716 km)

Today we will transfer to Cuzco airport for flight to Lima and then go on to Tumbes border between Peru and Ecuador. Upon arrival we will transfer to Guayaquil in private car and guide. Then we will be transferred to the hotel.
  • Guayaquil, ECUADOR

    Guayaquil is a port city of Ecuador as well as a popular tourist destination for people who want to experience the South American vibe. Tourists can explore the colorful architectures, urban parks, the delicious food, and great music here.
Standard Hotel: Hanucpacha 3* in Guayaquil or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Sonesta 3*/ Gran Hotel G. 4*/ Marriott 5* in Guayaquil or similar
Breakfast: Included

Day 11: Guayaquil - Santa Cruz Island(1241 km)

Upon arrival in Baltra Airport we will transfer to Santa Cruz and then taken to the hotel by your tour guide. We will visit the Rancho Primicias in the island's highlands where we will be able to see giant turtles in their habitat. Then we will go on to Lava Tunnels. After that we will come to the Los Gemelos. We could find the famous vermillion flycatcher, Charles Darwin finches, and short eared owls.
  • Guayaquil, ECUADOR

    Guayaquil is a port city of Ecuador as well as a popular tourist destination for people who want to experience the South American vibe. Tourists can explore the colorful architectures, urban parks, the delicious food, and great music here.
  • Santa Cruz Island, ECUADOR

    The second largest of the Galapagos Island chain in the pacific Ocean, Santa Cruz is home to the settlement of Puerto Ayora, the most populous town on the islands. The island itself is a dormant volcano.

    Lava Tunnels

    Lava Tunnels
    Lava Tunnels,the largest lava tubes in the Galapagos are on Santa Cruz Island. It is a gigantic lava tunnel that is over 2000 meters long on the Island that many tourist come to visit and walk through.

    Los Gemelos

    Los Gemelos
    Los Gemelos are located in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island. They are not actual craters caused by impact, but are sink holes that were created when the volcanic roof of empty magma chambers collapsed from tectonic shifts and erosion over time.
Standard Hotel: Lava House 3* in Santa Cruz Island or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Castro 3*/ Angermeyer 4*/ Finch Bay 5* in Santa Cruz Island or similar
Breakfast: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 12: Galapagos Islands - Santa Cruz Island(79 km)

After breakfast we will hike through a forest of enormous cacti and over rugged lava rock formations to the swimming hole in the Galapagos Islands. Las Grietas is a popular swimming destination for locals and visitors alike. After Lunch we will walk to Tortuga Bay, which is located on the Santa Cruz Island. Tortuga Bay has a gigantic, perfectly preserved beach, that is forbidden to swimmers. There is a separate cove where we can swim and view white tip reef sharks swimming in groups or tiger sharks.
  • Galapagos Islands, ECUADOR

    The Galapagos Islands, part of the Republic of Ecuador, are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed on either side of the equator in the Pacific Ocean surrounding the centre of the Western Hemisphere. The islands are known for their vast number of endemic species.
  • Santa Cruz Island, ECUADOR

    The second largest of the Galapagos Island chain in the pacific Ocean, Santa Cruz is home to the settlement of Puerto Ayora, the most populous town on the islands. The island itself is a dormant volcano.

    Tortuga Bay

    Tortuga Bay
    Tortuga Bay is located on the Santa Cruz Island, which has a gigantic, perfectly preserved beach that is forbidden to swimmers and is preserved for the wildlife where many marine iguanas, galapagos crabs and birds are seen dotted along the volcanic rocks. There is a separate cove where tourists can swim where it is common to view white tip reef sharks swimming in groups and on occasion tiger sharks.
Standard Hotel: Lava House 3* in Santa Cruz Island or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Lobo de Mar 3*/ Angermeyer 4*/ Finch Bay 5* in Santa Cruz Island or similar
Breakfast: Included

Day 13: Santa Cruz Island - Isabela Island(17 km)

In the morning we will transfer to the Pier to catch the speed boat to Isabela Island. After arrival in Isabela we will transfer to the hotel after check in. We will walk around to Flamingos Lagoon that serves as one of the primary breeding grounds for Flamingos. In the afternoon we take our ocean kayaks to the pier of Isabela, a set of small islets within Isabela Bay.The islets are home to the Galapagos penguin where we will also see sharks, marine turtles, sea lions, blue footed bobies and much more.
  • Isabela Island, ECUADOR

    This island is the largest of those in the Galapagos chain off the coast of Ecuador. Because of the rich animal life, both on land and sea, Charles Darwin reasearched his theory of evolution here.
Standard Hotel: Tintorera 3* in Isabela Island or similar
Deluxe Hotel: San Vicente 3*/ Casa de Marita 4*/ Iguana Crossing 5* in Isabela Island or similar
Breakfast: IncludedLunch: IncludedDinner: Included

Day 14: Galapagos Islands

After breakfast we will go to the pier for a†45 minute fibra ride to a place where Lava flow impacted with the oceans waves to form the stunning tubes and bridges of Los Tunnels.†A series of lava flows have produced a number of arches and tunnels both under and above water, where we could find a number of animal species. After that we will continue to the Wall of Tears.
  • Galapagos Islands, ECUADOR

    The Galapagos Islands, part of the Republic of Ecuador, are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed on either side of the equator in the Pacific Ocean surrounding the centre of the Western Hemisphere. The islands are known for their vast number of endemic species.

    Wall of Tears

    Wall of Tears
    The Wall of Tears is a historical site 5km west of†Puerto Villamil on Isabela Island in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. The wall is about 25m ( 65ft ) tall and is said to have been the cause of thousands of deaths during its construction. Locals call it the wall of tears because it is said to emanate eerie cries and have a heavy energy surrounding it.
Standard Hotel: Tintorera 3* in Isabela Island or similar
Deluxe Hotel: San Vicente 3*/ Casa de Marita 4*/ Iguana Crossing 5* in Isabela Island or similar
Breakfast: Included

Day 15: Sierra Negra Volcano

Early morning around 7:00am we will go to Sierra Negra Volcano. On the Sierra Negra Volcano we will hike to the rim of the six miles wide crater and then trek†across an alien landscape of lava fields and fumaroles. We will have the opportunity to explore thermal vents†and other fascinating geologic features before stopping for a snack near Volcan Chico. We could enjoy the vistas among the most breathtaking in Isabela from this spot and on clear†afternoons afford views of the northern volcanoes on Isabela and Fernandina. Then we will have a savory hot lunch at Campo Duro. Afterwards we could enjoy our own time in the rest time.
  • Galapagos Islands, ECUADOR

    The Galapagos Islands, part of the Republic of Ecuador, are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed on either side of the equator in the Pacific Ocean surrounding the centre of the Western Hemisphere. The islands are known for their vast number of endemic species.

    Sierra Negra Volcano

    Sierra Negra Volcano
    Sierra Negra is a large shield volcano at the southeastern end of Isabela Island in the Galapagos that rises to an altitude of 1124m. It is one of the most active of the Galapagos volcanoes with the most recent historic eruption in June 2018.
Standard Hotel: La Gran Tortuga 3* in Isabela Island or similar
Deluxe Hotel: San Vicente 3*/ Casa de Marita 4*/ Iguana Crossing 5* in Isabela Island or similar
Breakfast: Included

Day 16: Galapagos Island

Today we could enjoy a free day or fishing tour. In the early morning we will be on the way to the eastern side of the Galapagos which is known as one of the best fishing areas in the archipelago, you can expect to catch Striped, Blue and Black marlin as well as much bill - fish. Then we will spend the night in the hotel of this town.
  • Galapagos Islands, ECUADOR

    The Galapagos Islands, part of the Republic of Ecuador, are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed on either side of the equator in the Pacific Ocean surrounding the centre of the Western Hemisphere. The islands are known for their vast number of endemic species.
Standard Hotel: Tintorera 3* in Isabela Island or similar
Deluxe Hotel: San Vicente 3*/ Casa de Marita 4*/ Iguana Crossing 5* in Isabela Island or similar
Breakfast: Included

Day 17: Isabela Island - Baltra - Guayaquil(1258 km)

After Breakfast in the morning we will transfer to Isabela Airport for the flights to Baltra and go on to Guayaquil and return back home.
Breakfast: Included

Price Includes

  • Airfare Lima - Cusco - Lima - Tumbes, Guayaquil - Baltra (Galapagos Island) - Guayaquil, Airplane Isabela Island to Baltra Airport; 1 Train ticket Machu Picchu ¬Ė Ollantaytambo and go on by bus to Cusco; Bus ticket from Machu Picchu- Aguas Calientes
  • Entrance fee to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
  • Camping equipment including tents, Sleeping Bagmattresses, kitchen tent, lunch tent, etc; Sleeping Bag; Matress; Porters for equipment and cooks service
  • Speed Local Boat (Inter Yacht) Santa Cruz to Isabela Island; Kayaking Equipment; Snorkel Gear
  • Private transportation and guide Tumbes to Guayaquil 5 hrs drive
  • 16 nights Hostal Room for the backpackers
  • All breakfasts and meals as described in the programme
  • All entrance tickets applicable
  • Transportation via an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Bilingual tour guide (English, Spanish)
  • All applicable taxes

Price Excludes

  • International flights tickets
  • Airport taxes ($30.25/person for international flights and $6.05/person for domestic flights)
  • Galapagos national Park $100/person
  • Transit Card $20/person
  • Entrance to Isabela Puerto Villamil 10$USA
  • Meals and drinks unspecified during the trip.
  • Personal room fees: such as laundry or valet services, telephone calls, or alcoholic beverages/mini bar items, unless they are otherwise specified.
  • Any private expenses
  • Tips

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