Although there is no question of the majestic presence of the UNESCO world heritage site of Machu Picchu, Peru is home to many other world heritage sites, and offers many other exotic, historical, and cultural experiences. From the Inca world high up in the Andes, to the Amazon rainforest, to the floating isles of lake Titicaca, Peru is rich with venues, tastes, sights and enchanting moments that will captivate and touch visitors at their core.

Top 5 Tips

Tip 1

Machu Picchu: Travel to Machu Picchu aboard the world famous Hiram Bingham train, complete with a dining and bar car. A unique & high class group experience!

Tip 2

Cusco: Privatize a colonial convent or monastery for a gala dinner. Depending on the group size, the bell towers can be used for pre-dinner drinks. 

Tip 3

The Sacred Valley: Visit the town of Chincero, where local women demonstrate in a private exhibition how they clean, dye, and weave Alpaca wool to make their famous artisanal crafts.

Tip 4

Lima: Host a dinner in the oldest dwelling colonial mansion in the Americas, the Casa Aliaga. See how this estate has remained intact for over 17 generations of the Aliaga family and be welcomed by the current owner of the 17th generation.

Tip 5

Lake Titicaca: The manmade islands of Uros are made of totora, a local cane-like plant. Make your way from one floating home to the next on a local totora-made kayak for a first hand experience and insider look of this unique way of life. 

  • Thank you for all the support you gave us during our stay in Peru. You went the extra mile, leaving nothing to chance, to ensure we pulled off what I am told was the “best incentive yet”.
    Claire Okrafo-Smart
    Absolute Corporate Events UK
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