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  • Northern Treasures
    Travel with us from Lima to the
    most important sites in Peru!
    See Chan Chan (Chimu Culture), than
    the Moon Pyramid, and do not miss
    the colonial flair of Trujillo and
    the treasures of the Lord of Sipan
    or the Lady of Cao.
  • Classic Destinations
    See the unique floating islands
    of the Uros on the famous lake Titicaca.
    Visit the town of Arequipa, from where
    you can easily get to one of the world's
    deepest canyons, the Colca
    Canyon, home of the majestic condor.
  • World Wonder
    Would travelling to Peru be the same
    without having seen Machu Picchu?
    Of course not! So, see it with your
    own eyes! Afterwards a train brings you
    to Cusco, once navel of the Inca Empire,
    whose former glory is still reflected
    in the old buildings.
  • Amazonas Rainforest
    Have you known that the Peruvian Rainforest
    covers more than 60% of the country?
    Endless numbers of plants and animals wait
    being discovered by you.
    Enjoy nature during special excursions
    and relax in your comfortable lodge.


Three routes to chose from - 2 for the not altitude-experienced + 1 for the altitude-experienced

1. Route for the not-altitude-experienced
Getting slowly used to the high altitude: bus drive from Lima via Nasca to the Sacred Valley

  • Rute: Lima, Paracas: 0 -- Nasca: 700 -- via 4.300m nach Chalhuanca 2.800 -- Urubamba: 2.900 -- Ollantaytambo: 2.700 -- Aguas Calientes: 2.000 -- Cusco: 3.300 -- Puno: 3.800 -- Colca Canyon: 3.600 -- Arequipa: 2.300 -- Lima: 0

Routenverlauf Küste - Hochland, Höhenunerfahrene und Reisegenießer










This route is the best for those who have less experience with high altitudes (more than 3000 m). You sleep 5 times on altitudes between 2.000 und 2.800 m which allows your body to get slowly used to the altitude. By doing so we use the correct "altitude tactic", negative symptoms like tiredness, dizziness and sleeping problems will be less severe or not showing up. The first overnight above the magic 3000m-limit is no sooner than on the sixth day after your ascent to the Andean Mountains which is day 9 of your travel! Look again at the diagram above to see how convenient this tour would be for you!













2. Route for the not-altitude-experienced - medium length-- flight Lima - Cusco

Route for the not-altitude-experienced travellers, in this case for those who prefer a shorter trip. The advantage here: short stay over 3000 metres.

Route: Lima - Valle Sagrado - Machu Picchu - Cusco - Puno - Colca - Arequipa - Lima


3. Route for the altitude-experienced

- bus or flight Lima - Arequipa 
- after the arrival in the high Andes, just 2 to 2.5 days for acclimatisation
  • Excausting: Lima: 0 -- Paracas: 0 -- Nasca: 700 -- Arequipa: 2.300 -- via 4.900 m to  Colca Canyon: 3.600 -- Puno: 3.800 - Cusco: 3.300 - Ollantaytambo: 2.700 -- Aguas Calientes: 2.000 -- Cusco: 3.300 -- Flight Cusco - Lima: 0
    The following diagram shows without a doubt: the most common and most offered touristic route from Lima via Arequipa to Cusco is just recommendable for experienced travellers!

  • Standardroute - für Höhenerfahrene











    Routenverlauf für Höhenerfahrene

    Diagram: The best known and most offered touristic route to Cusco and Machu Picchu, via Nazca - Arequipa, is just recommendable for travellers with experiences with high altitude. Our investigatons have shown that half of our travellers have problems with the standard route, and those problems usually last a minimum of three days. The affected persons complain about headaches, loss of appetite, sleeping problems and stomach aches. After a drive of about 4 hrs from Arequipa  (2.300 m) to Patapampa-Pass (4.900m) to Chivay (3.600 m) lots of them have had experienced the lighter form of the AS and those sympthoms had unfortunately last until leaving Cusco (3.300 m) and heading to the Sacred Valley (2.700 m).