No trip to Peru is complete without a tour to Machu Picchu, the majestic, ancient city of the Inca Empire. Learn all about the Inca’s rich history as you explore the hills of Cusco. Soak in the wonders of the Sacred Valley and meander through the multitude of historical sites, museums, ruins and markets. Let one of our locals guides lead you along a historic trail as you savor the surrounding beauty and learn all about the area.
See the Heart of Peru with a Tour to Machu Picchu
Our comprehensive 7-day itinerary is perfect for all ages. First, you will be guided through the incredible city of Lima. Next, you will be taken to bustling Cusco and the Inca ruins that surround this amazing city. Finally, you will be able to roam the Sacred Valley and see Machu Picchu. Your trip is an adventure that many wait a lifetime to experience.
There are so many things to see and learn on your tour to Machu Picchu. However, if you do not have the right person to guide you, you may miss something! Our guides don’t want you to miss out on your chance to see anything when you are exploring the 7th Wonder of the World. Therefore, as you travel, do not be afraid to ask your dedicated tour guide any questions you may have. They will be delighted to shed some light on your experience.
Why Choose Alpaca Expeditions to Guide Your Tour to Machu Picchu?
Our friendly and helpful guides are local to the area and extremely knowledgeable about the rich history of the Inca Empire. Plus, the guides have a lot of experience leading tourists through Machu Picchu. These experts show their groups everything that this magnificent area has to offer. There’s a reason why we are the leading tour operator in Peru. Everyone on our team goes out of their way to ensure that your journey to Peru leaves lasting memories!
Take a tour to Machu Picchu and you will have an awe-inspiring experience. We want you to savor every minute and ensure that your trip is a remarkable enjoyable one. Contact us today to find out how we can arrange your tour to Machu Picchu, one of America’s oldest cities!