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Peru (For Families)

9 days with Adventures by Disney   Rating: Deluxe

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Day 1 Lima
Arrive at the Lima International Airport
Upon exiting customs, you will be met by an Adventures by Disney representative who will escort you to your transportation vehicle. Relax as the driver assists with your luggage and drives you to the Westin Lima Hotel.
Westin Lima Hotel
Unwind while your Adventure Guides check you into your hotel located in Lima's vibrant financial and shopping district of San Isidro. The hotel is just minutes from a dazzling selection of restaurants, galleries and parks.
On Your Own Dinner and Evening
If your flight arrives early, take some time on your own to explore the diverse shops and restaurants in this lively neighborhood or enjoy the pool or spa* at the hotel. You can also ask your Adventure Guide for dining and entertainment suggestions.
*Additional charges apply.
Day 2 Sacred Valley
Breakfast at the Hotel
Begin your day with a tasty breakfast and get ready for your trip to Cusco.
Fly to Cusco
After a short flight, arrive in Cusco in the Peruvian Andes with an elevation of 11,200 feet (3,413 meters). Known for its ancient ruins and Spanish colonial architecture, this city was once the capital of the Incan Empire and is a gateway to other Incan sites including the Sacred Valley of the Incas, which lies at the heart of this historic area.
Catered Lunch at The Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco
Travel by motor coach to The Center for Traditional Textiles in Chinchero where you'll enjoy a delicious private lunch of traditional Peruvian dishes.
Weaving Demonstration at The Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco
Explore this important center that preserves the age-old customs of local Andean communities. In a private demonstration, master weavers practice their intricate art as well as spin and dye alpaca wool. Fine textiles woven in the distinct patterns of different villages are available for purchase at the center's friendly shop.
The Sol y Luna Lodge & Spa
This peaceful hotel is nestled in the Sacred Valley under the breathtakingly beautiful Andean mountains. Considered the heartland of the Incan Empire, the Sacred Valley is fertile farmland formed by the Urubamba River and spotted with old colonial villages and ancient Incan ruins. Relax in your comfortable casita or enjoy some time on your own in the hotel's pool or fully equipped spa. If you're feeling more energetic, take the afternoon on your own to utilize many of the Sol y Luna offerings, such as horseback riding and biking*.
Pachamanca – Welcome Dinner
In the evening, celebrate the beginning of your adventure with your fellow Adventurers. Savor a traditional Andean feast known as Pachamanca—and learn the history behind this event.
Teatro Sol y Luna Performance
Watch an incredible Teatro Sol y Luna performance featuring the authentic dances and stories of the Incas. (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
*Additional charges apply for horseback riding and biking activities. Horseback riding and other activities have limited availability. They are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and must be booked directly with the hotel.
Day 3 Sacred Valley
Breakfast at the Hotel
Enjoy a hearty breakfast before you begin your day of adventure.
Raft Trip Down the Urubamba*
Enjoy the view and hold onto your hat as you raft down the Urubamba River (Class I - Class III rapids). The experienced guides explain the fascinating cultural and natural history as you glide along this scenic route.
Picnic Lunch at Samanapaq in Ollantaytambo
Relish a hearty picnic lunch at Samanapaq. Afterwards, explore Ollantaytambo's narrow cobblestone streets and the amazing Inca ruins on the hill above, at an elevation of 9,160 feet (2,791 meters). Hike up the ancient steps at a leisurely pace so you can observe the breathtaking surroundings and impressive architecture.
Ollantaytambo Town & Ruins Tour
Take a privately guided tour of the ruins of the royal estate, citadel and temple of the Incan Emperor Pachacuti—who conquered the region, razed the original town and built a new one using magnificent masonry, extensive terracing and irrigation systems. Discover the culture and vitality that has existed in the town of Ollantaytambo from the Incas through the Spanish conquest until the present.
On Your Own Afternoon and Dinner at the Hotel
Return to the Sol y Luna Lodge & Spa and relax in the pool or spa. Or if you're in the mood for more activity, go biking or horseback riding in the beautiful country surrounding the hotel.**
Later, adults enjoy a delicious dinner at the hotel restaurant, with local Peruvian cuisine interpreted by a renowned chef.
Junior Adventurer's Dinner and Movie Night
Junior Adventurers can enjoy their own special dinner and Disney Movie Night. (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
*For rafting, you must be at least 7 years of age. Size restrictions apply.
**Additional charges apply for horseback riding and biking. Horseback riding and other activities have limited availability. They are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and must be booked directly with the hotel.
Day 4 Sacred Valley
Breakfast at the Hotel
Start the day with a delicious breakfast before heading for Moray.
Visit the ruins of Moray and learn about its unique circular terraces and the history of agriculture in the region.
Salt Pans of Maras
Tour the fascinating salt pan terraces where local families have been mining salt for over 500 years. If you choose, you can view more of the salt pans by hiking 1.3 miles (2k) with an Adventure Guide downhill on a dirt trail into the Sacred Valley.
Lunch at Sol y Luna
After a ride on the motor coach back to Sol y Luna Hotel, join fellow Adventurers for lunch at the hotel where you can compare notes on your day's adventures so far. Later, take advantage of the beautiful gardens outside and enjoy a leisurely stroll.
On Your Own at the Hotel, a Food Market or Seminario Ceramicas in Urubamba
Choose to spend a relaxing time at Sol y Luna Hotel in the pool or spa, hiking or horseback riding.* Or choose instead to go shopping at a local food market or visit Urubamba and browse through a collection of ceramics done in "the Seminario Style," developed by famous potters Pablo Seminario and Marilú Behar utilizing the aesthetics of Peru's ancient cultures.
Cocktails and Junior Adventurer Pizza-Making
Begin the evening with a Pisco Sour-tasting for adults and local fruit juices for Junior Adventurers. End the culinary evening by preparing your own pizza, rolling the dough, adding your favorite toppings and then eating your savory creation!
Peruvian Cooking Demonstration & Tasting for the Adults
Watch a demonstration of Peruvian cooking and taste some of the delicious local specialties. (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
*Additional charges apply. Horseback riding and other activities have limited availability. They are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and must be booked directly with the hotel.
Day 5 Sacred Valley
Breakfast at the Hotel
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before boarding a train for an unforgettable journey to Machu Picchu.
Train to Machu Picchu
Enjoy the memorable and scenic train journey to Aguas Calientes, where you board a coach to Machu Picchu—"the lost city of the Incas" and one of the Seven New Wonders of the World.
Machu Picchu
When your motor coach climbs to an elevation of 8,000 feet (2,438 meters), view the extraordinary sight of Machu Picchu with its magnificent structures surrounded by green mountain peaks enveloped in a soft mist. You may even catch a glimpse of llamas, peacefully grazing among the terraces. Spend the morning with a local expert exploring the fascinating ruins and stunning views on your own. Remember that this amazing hike is at a high altitude and requires climbing and descending steep, uneven stairs. Take time to sit and marvel at the wonders around you.
Lunch at Sanctuary Lodge
Join your fellow Adventurers for a delicious lunch at the eco-friendly Sanctuary Lodge, the only hotel located next to the ancient Incan site. After lunch, continue exploring the endless wonders of Machu Picchu.
Dinner at Sol y Luna
After a train ride and motor coach back to Sol y Luna Hotel, enjoy a leisurely dinner and share tales from the day with your fellow Adventurers. (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Day 6 Cusco
Breakfast at the Hotel
Wake up to a delightful breakfast before beginning your trip to Cusco.
Pisac Market
On the way to Cusco, stop at the lively Pisac Market where you can shop for local crafts, silver jewelry and alpaca sweaters. Practice your bartering skills or simply enjoy browsing through the colorful stalls. This is a terrific opportunity to purchase a gift for the White Elephant gift swap coming up tomorrow!
Awana Kancha Camelids Center
Along the way, visit the Awana Kancha Camelids Center with an elevation of 9,160 feet (597.4 meters) and get up close and personal with llamas, alpacas and even the rare and precious vicuña. See how the soft wool from these South American "camels" is used to make beautiful woven textiles.
Lunch at a Local Peruvian Restaurant
Enjoy a delicious lunch at a favorite neighborhood Peruvian restaurant in Cusco.
Explore Cusco on Foot
Discover this charming town with an elevation of 11,200 feet (3,413 meters) as we walk to the hotel. Take in the beauty of the carved Incan walls that often served as the foundations for Cusco's Spanish colonial buildings and squares such as Plaza de Armas. After you check into the hotel, stroll through the cobblestone streets of this colonial jewel and discover more treasures on your own.
Arrive at Palacio del Inka Hotel Cusco – Luxury Collection
Built in the cradle of the Incan Empire, this hotel was once a palatial, 16th-century estate and the summer home of the Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who conquered the Inca people and eventually all of Peru. It's surrounded by extraordinary historical sites that you'll soon encounter.
Dinner On Your Own
Enjoy dining in Cusco, where you can choose from a wide variety of restaurants offering traditional as well as international cuisine. Ask your Adventure Guide for dining recommendations. (Breakfast and Lunch)
Day 7 Cusco
Breakfast at the Hotel
Wake up to a tasty breakfast and then begin your day of exploration.
The Stones of Sacsayhuaman
Explore Sacsayhuaman—the imposing Inca site where 200-ton stones were moved miles with no modern machinery. Enjoy a privately guided tour through the ruins and take photos of the panoramic views. A local expert is there to explain the history and answer your questions. Afterward, you may choose to join an Adventure Guide for a downhill walk back to town.
Lunch and Afternoon On Your Own
Choose a venue for lunch from a wide variety of restaurants offering traditional as well as international cuisine. Then, spend the afternoon on your own in Cusco, discovering its many charms. Your Adventure Guides can suggest activities to please your whole family.
Dinner at Palacio Del Inka Hotel Cusco - Luxury Collection
After the day's activities, regroup at the hotel and dine on delicious local and international cuisine in the historic colonial restaurant. Junior Adventurers have their own special menu.
White Elephant Gift Swap
Swap gifts with other Adventurers using the purchases you made yesterday at the Pisac Market. (Breakfast and Dinner)
Day 8 Lima
Breakfast at the Hotel
Enjoy a delicious breakfast before you take a short flight to Lima.
Farewell Lunch at Casa Aliaga
Cap off your exciting week with a splendid farewell lunch at Casa Aliaga, a magnificent 16th century colonial mansion that's rumored to be haunted. Bid farewell to your fellow Adventurers as you share tales of the exciting adventure you experienced together.
Music and Dance Performance Entertainment
Enjoy the lively rhythms of Peru while you savor your delicious meal. The music resonates, bringing to mind the people, culture and natural beauty you've seen in Peru.
Afternoon On Your Own
Following lunch, check back into the Westin Lima Hotel located in Lima's vibrant financial and shopping district. Enjoy one of its many restaurants or pool and spa.
Dinner On Your Own
Choose from a variety of excellent restaurants and pend a relaxing evening in Lima on your own. Your Adventure Guides will be happy to offer recommendations. (Breakfast and Lunch)
Day 9 Lima
Breakfast at the Hotel
Enjoy a last breakfast in Peru with your fellow Adventurers.
Transfer to the Lima International Airport (LIM)
Board pre-arranged transportation to the Lima International Airport. And say adiós to Peru—until you return again! (Breakfast)
All This Included
Explore the ruins of the ancient Inca civilization to get a firsthand glimpse of their art, celebrations and traditions. See the glorious Machu Picchu, and be surrounded by natural beauty throughout a vibrant, festive Peru vacation.
  • The services of two Adventure Guides
  • VIP access and private events
  • Outstanding accommodations
  • Most meals during trip (8 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 5 Dinners)
  • Admission fees to attractions and performances
  • Cultural experiences with local experts
  • Family activities and special thrills just for kids
  • Transportation within your vacation
  • Luggage service
  • Pachamanca Feast and Inca Dancing Savor this traditional Andean feast and discover the fascinating history behind it. Then, enjoy Teatro Sol y Luna—performing Incan dances and stories in an unforgettable night of enchantment.
  • Urubamba River Rafting Experience the thrills of rafting down the Urubamba River. During peaceful moments of gliding along this beautiful route, learn from local experts about the cultural and natural history of the region.
  • Moray and Maras Take an ancient path in the Andes to Moray—the Incan ruins near the town of Maras. Visit the fascinating salt pan terraces and the fertile Sacred Valley in this area teeming with history and culture.
  • Privately Guided Machu Picchu Tour Explore the gem of the Incan Empire—Machu Picchu. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, this 15th century sanctuary with panoramic views stands in the middle of a tropical Andean forest.
  • Center for Traditional Textiles Discover the customs that define Andean communities at the Center for Traditional Textiles in Cusco. View master weavers spinning and dyeing alpaca wool as well as practicing their art.
Lima: Westin Lima Hotel
Sacred Valley: Sol y Luna Lodge and Spa
Cusco: Palacio del Inka Hotel Cusco – Luxury Collection
  • Minimum age: 4; Suggested age: 8+. Guests under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
  • The following dates are Adult Exclusive departures geared toward travelers 18 and up: September 27, 2018. 
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