What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $1848 / £1490.2272 per person
Dates: March 2019
Capacity: 5 per person
Take your family on a wonderful learning and cultural holiday to the land of the Incas, Peru.
Over 8 days, explore with your family Cusco and the Sacred Valley, visit a farm and pick alfalfa to feed the guinea pigs.
There is also the chance to meet children in a local school, make your own chocolate bar, walk the two-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and much more.
Changes can be made to suit your family
This Peru family cultural holiday will give you the chance to try new things whether they be food or experiences.
Chances to learn from others through interactions and seeing how other cultures live. Marvel at the wonders of the past and give your family the experience of a lifetime in Peru.
This is a private tour so it can be modified to suit your family’s needs whether that be the duration, the accommodation or the activities and excursions included.
This way we can get the right family holiday to Peru for your family.
This beautiful, all-inclusive hotel, deep in the heart of Paine, offers and authentically Patagonian experience.
Hotel Las Torres offers comfort and style from which to explore the park. It sits at the trail head to the park’s most famous trail, the trek to the base of the Towers of Paine.
Start your journey in Punta Arenas or El Calafate from where you will be picked up and transferred to the hotel in the Torres del Paine.
All your meals, open bar and daily excursions, walking, horse-riding, wildlife watching, boat trips, are included.
There is also a special ‘Puma spotting tour’ or you can choose to relax in the hotel’s lovely surroundings.
More about Paine
Paine features 180,000 hectares of diverse scenery and wild landscape on the edge of the southern ice fields of Patagonia.
Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978, Paine is one of the largest sources of temperate-zone glaciers in the world and lies 120kms / 75 miles north of Puerto Natales, the gateway town for the park.
The name ‘Paine’ (pronounced ‘pie-nee’) comes from a Tehuelche Indian word meaning blue.
The ‘Torres’ – or Towers – are named after three spectacular granite peaks, the highest reaching 2,900m/9,514ft, that form the centrepiece of Torres del Paine.
These dramatic peaks are part of the Cordillera del Paine, the youngest mountain range on earth.
Other notable peaks include Paine Grande at 3,050m and Los Cuernos (the Horns) that range from 2,200-2,600m / 7,218-8,530ft.
Forests, steppe lands, lakes and valleys surround them.
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