The Luxury experience

The Luxury Experience 8 Days / 7 Nights

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Peru and its neighbors

The Destination


home to one of the earliestand most advanced civilizationsin the Western Hemisphere...Under the rule of powerful kings,an incredible people known as the Incas amassed an empire that built systems of winding mountain roads, remarkable cities, and an unforgettable legacy.

One is still mystified todayby their amazing accomplishments,as can be seen at the hidden andfascinating Machu Picchu...Take a trip back in time and explore the roots of an ancient civilization that left behind some of the most interesting and awe-inspiring constructions in the world.


Fiesta Tours Peru is an Incoming Tour Operator and Destination Management Company
specialized in the upscale market since 1976.
We offer a unique selection of products and extraordinary private adventures
that will exceed your passengers’ expectations.

We are qualified to assist your clients through their journey in Peru and Latin America,
whether it’s a discerning traveler, honeymooners, a family vacation or an incentive travel
program; we do have the knowledge and sophistication to create
unforgettable travel experiences.

Peru Fact sheet


Peru is located in the west of South America, and has borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia and Chile. It has sovereignty over 1,285,215 km2 of land and 200 nautical miles of the Pacific Ocean, as well as 60 million hectaresof the Antarctic.


1,279,999 km²
494,210 sq. miles
It is the third largest country in South America and one of the 20 largest countries in the world. its sovereignty extends over 200 nautical miles. having been a consultative party to the Antarctic Treaty it has a Scientific Station called Machu Picchuon that continent


Peru is an extremely diverse country, with 11 ecological regions and 84 of the world’s 117 different types of “life zone”. It has a huge variety of scenery thanks to its geography, which also provides it with a wide range of natural resources. The country has 3 main regions according to the traditional method of dividing the country by altitude: coast, mountains and jungle.

Day 1 Arrival in Lima


Arrival in Lima, the “City of Kings” famous for its Spanish Colonial architecture, extraordinary museums and cuisine. Lima is internationally recognized as the “Gastronomic Capital of the Americas”, and its cuisine is considered among the most diverse and exquisite in the world on par with French cuisine. Upon arrival a host will meet and assist you in transferring to the hotel and in registering.

Belmond Miraflores Park Lima

Set in Miraflores, one of Lima’s most exclusive residential areas, Belmond Miraflores Park is an all-suite hotel o ering breathtaking views out to sea. Its state-of-the-art facilities, spacious suites and pampering services make the hotel the perfect place to stay for corporate and leisure travelers. Renowned for its beautiful garden location and peerless service, it has gained recent accolades from TripAdvisor, The Leading Hotels of the World’s Commitment to Quality andThe World Travel Awards in 2013.

81 suites

Check-In: 3:00 PM / Check-Out: 12 AM

Day 2 Lima

Lima, a Day to Remember
Tour of Colonial Lima

Tour of Colonial Lima including the world famous Larco Museum - This full-day tour visits both the colonial and modern sections of Lima. Colonial sites include the lovely Plaza Mayor, the Government Palace, San Francisco Church and the exquisite Torre Tagle Palace modern day seat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Day 2 Lima

Lima, a Day to Remember
The “Casa de Aliaga”

The “Casa de Aliaga” is the oldest Colonial mansion in Lima. The house has been owned and lived in by the Aliaga family and their descendants since the Conquista. The Casa is absolutely beautiful, the balcony and inner patio are extraordinary and an imposing wooden staircase takes you to the graceful salons that are decorated with Colonial furniture. Due to its historic value this house was declared a Historical Monument and the owners have decidedto share their heritage with visitors.

Day 2 Lima

Lima, a Day to Remember
Cala, on the shores of the Pacific ocean

From the day it opened, Cala has adopted a successful combination of stupendous cuisine, an excellent view of the sea, reasonable prices and a revitalized the menu with new and modern dishes that emphasize respect for the ingredients. Strategically located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, its setting and atmosphere are outstanding, casual and contemporary. An ideal place for lunch by the sea, while listening to the sound of the waves.Lunch is not included, only transfers.

Day 2 Lima

Lima, a Day to Remember
Mario Testino Photography Exhibition

Mario Testino photography exhibition is in the attractive neighborhood of Barranco, which was the place to be in the 19th century and retains its laid-back charm today. Mario Testino is recognized as one of the world’s most influential photographers, well-known for his pictures of the British Royal family, famous actors and beauties for the greatest international magazines, his creative exhibitions and books.

Day 2 Lima

Lima, a Day to Remember
Modern Lima

Afternoon brief tour of modern Lima, among the ten largest in the Americas, and among the thirty largest in the world, Lima offers the sophistication of a modern and cosmopolitan city. Drive along the fashionable districts of Miraflores and San Isidro, El Parque del Amor (The Park of Love) and the striking beaches of Costa Verde.

Day 2 Lima

Lima, a Day to Remember
Larco Museum

Visit the world famous Larco Museum - The Larco Museum, founded in 1926, displays remarkable chronological galleries providing an excellent overview on 3000 years of development of Peruvian pre-Columbian history. Located in a unique vice-royal mansion of the 18th century built over a 7th century pre-Columbian pyramid is surrounded by beautiful gardens. The Larco Museum also features the finest gold and silver collection from Ancient Peru and the famous erotic archaeological collection, one of the most visited Peruvian tourist attractions.

Day 3 Lima / Cusco / Sacred Valley

Airport transfers

Early morning transfer from the hotel to the airport for a short but spectacular flight over the snowcapped Andes to the oldest inhabited city in the hemisphere, Cusco, at an elevation of 11,440 feet. Immediate transfer to the Sacred Valley at 8,200 feet of altitude. Upon arrival a host will meet and assist you in transferring to the hotel and in registering. The rest of the day is at leisure to relax.

Belmond Hotel Río Sagrado Cusco, The Sacred Valley

In the Sacred Valley of the Incas, among verdant fields and towering mountains, lies Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado.Designed in the style of a local village, with charming villas constructed from natural materials, it o ers views of the mighty Urubamba River from each of the rooms. Located at a lower altitude than Cusco, it provides the perfect environment in which to relax and acclimatize.Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado was recognized in the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards as one of the “Top 25 Best Customer Service Hotels in Peru”.

21 rooms and 2 villas rooms

Check-In: 1:00 PM / Check-Out: 11:00 AM

Day 4 Sacred Valley

Sacred Valley Unforge
ttable Moray Terraces

Pass through unspoiled and picturesque Andean communities on your way to the Incan agricultural experimental center of Moray, famous for its sunken amphitheater, made up of four circular terraces, which appear to fade away into the earth like an artificial crater. The site was apparently an Inca agricultural research station filled with fertile earth and watered by complex irrigation systems, designed for experimentingwith crops at various altitudes.

Day 4 Sacred Valley

Sacred Valley Unforgettable
Maras Salt Pools

Continue to the impressive Maras salt pools formed by water emerging from a lake inside a mountain in the Urubamba Valley. An amazing view of evaporating ponds for the extraction of salt. Learn about ancestral techniques, which are still used, in agricultural, irrigation and salt-recollection tasks, as well as in Andean festivals and rites.

Day 4 Sacred Valley

Sacred Valley Unforgettable
Quechua Village

After lunch, visit an authentic Quechua Village to feelthe way of life of the Inca’s ancestors.The Inca himself was a noble Quechua.

They live off the land and are always wearing theircolorful ponchos, see Quechua children scamper about while woman are weaving their family’s clothes.A meaningful experience!

Day 4 Sacred Valley

Sacred Valley Unforgettable
Lunch at Wayra with Peruvian
Paso Horse Show

“Caballo de Paso” known worldwide for their smooth gaited movements and unusual spirit. No other horse combines strength, intelligence and beauty so perfectly as the Peruvian Paso Horse. The particular characteristic of the Paso Horse is precisely the reason for its name: the sublime charm of its typical step. As it walks, its front legs step very high and forward while the hooves sway to the sides in a graceful and synchronized movement. Enjoy a delightful demonstration of the skills of this unique member of the horse kingdom. Lunch at the celebrated Wayra at “Sol y Luna” in the Sacred Valley.

Day 5 Sacred Valley / Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu excursion aboard
Belmond’s luxury train Hiran Bingham

Morning train ride to enjoy the unbelievable sights of the “Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu. A brunch will be served on board and you will be able to enjoy its open bar. Guided tour to Machu Picchu. Perched 8,200 feet above the valley, it was hidden by mountains and semi-tropical jungles for 400 years until discovered by Hiram Bingham of Yale University in 1911. Archaeologists believe that the Inca “Virgins of the Sun” took refuge from the Spanish Conquistadors here.

Belmond Sanctuary Lodge Machu Picchu, Peru

Belmond Sanctuary Lodge enjoys a unique location just steps from the entrance to Machu Picchu; it is the only hotel beside the Inca citadel. This charming mountain retreat, set in orchid gardens, is the perfect place to relax, both early in the morning and on magical moonlit nights.Belmond Sanctuary Lodge was rated “Best for Location” on Condé Nast Traveler’s “Gold List 2012” of the “World’s
Best Places to Stay”.

31 rooms

Check-In: 1:00 PM / Check-Out: 11:00 AM

Day 6 Machu Picchu

Magical Sunrise Breakfastat
Sanctuary Lodge
A Belmond’s Exclusive

A-la-carte breakfast served in a secluded garden above the Sanctuary Lodge, just below the sky. During breakfast travelers will enjoy stunning views of Machu Picchu (old mountain), Huayna Picchu (young mountain) and directly across the Urubamba river the great Putukusi. The experience also features a specially decorated private hot pond in a spectacular natural and peaceful setting for some rest and relaxation before returning to Cusco.

Day 6 Machu Picchu

Soothing therapeutic massage
at “The Temple”
A Belmond’s Exclusive

This Belmond experience is exceptionally serene and peaceful for its surrounding. It takes place in the middle of lavish forest almost touching the sky with impressive views of Huayna Picchu and Putukusi. Reflexology and deep anti-stress massage are among the many options available. This experience also features a specially decorated hot water pond in a spectacular natural and peaceful setting for some rest and relaxation before returning to Cusco. The hot water pond is available from 12 noon to 9.00 pm

Day 6 Machu Picchu / Cusco

Huayna Picchu hike, Machu Picchu

Tour guide at disposal for a morning hike to the steep stone-paved trail of Huayna Picchu, the pyramid-shape mountain above Machu Picchu to enjoy an impressive and breathtaking view of the site.The few of those who climb the peak take advantage of the opportunity to see the even more impressive Temple of Moon. Tucked into a complex of caves hidden from the main ruins is an otherworldly shrine-possibly a burial site-built directlyinto the mountain rock. The Temple of the Moon featuressome of the finest stonework in Machu Picchu.

The main reward for the climb up the ancient stone stairs is the most incredible view that can be achieved (short of a helicopter) of how Machu Picchu was carefully integrated into its natural surroundings. Among skyscraping Andean peaks tower in the distance while the winding Urubamba River nearly wraps itself around the main site. Do not miss it; Huayna Picchu is “what most people miss at Machu Picchu” (BBC Travel).Reservation is needed.

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas Cusco

A historic former palace and convent, Palacio Nazarenas has emerged from years of restoration to becomeone of Cuzco’s most exclusive hotels. Palacio Nazarenas takes hospitality in Cuzco to a higher realm. A painstakingly restored private residence-turned-convent, it blends original features including Inca walls and colonial frescoes with 21st-century indulgence.

55 rooms

Check-In: 2:00 PM / Check-Out: 11:00 AM

Day 7 Cusco

Tour of Cusco and nearby ruins

Tour of Cusco and Nearby Ruins – Visitors are caught up in the excitement of touring the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, a delightful combination of Inca and colonial architecture. The tour visits important landmarks such us Cusco’s Cathedral, Plaza de Armas and Koricancha “The Temple of the Sun”. This tour of the oldest continuously inhabited city in the western hemisphere also includes the nearby ruins of Kenko, Puca-Pucara, Tambomachay as well as the Sacsayhuaman fortress, an imposing exampleof Inca military architecture.

Day 8 Cusco / Lima / Home

Hotel - Airport transfer

Transfer to the airport for your departure to Lima and your connecting international flight. Arrive home full of great memories of the rich tradition of Colonial Lima, the snowcapped roaring Andean mountains and lush valleys, and the zig-zag road to the overwhelming sight of Machu Picchu, the amazing legacy the Incas.

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