With the “promise of something special,” Goway is offering travellers a special nine-day “Cradle of the Incas” tour – an itinerary that is ideal for those seeking to experience the very best Peru has to offer.
According to officials, to journey into the Cradle of the Incas “is to step back into the grand Incan Empire, as the remnants of this once mighty civilization dot the path from Lima to Cusco, continuing into the Sacred Valley, onward to the magical city of Machu Picchu.”
Led by Goway’s own expert tour director, the nine-day escorted tour is the crown jewel of Goway’s Peru program. It includes five-star accommodation, private touring, air conditioned transfers and transportation, as well as a broad range of interactive experiences.
Passengers can expect visits to a local community and indigenous markets, providing great insight into daily life in the Andes, while cooking lessons in Cusco offer an appreciation of the increasingly renowned cuisine of Peru. The trip combines cultural and dining experiences together with dinner at the Larco museum in Lima, with its rare collection of pre-Incan artifacts. The journey is capped off by two separate visits to the Incan citadel of Machu Picchu, including in-depth exploration with an expert guide, plus free time for wandering among the ruins.
Accommodation includes JW Marriott in Lima and its sister “Stay of Distinction” property in Cusco. Similarly, the “Stay of Distinction” property in the Aranwa Sacred Valley is a lodge that makes a comfortable and memorable base for the group’s exploration.
The tour is priced from $5,299.