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 $1148 / £933.324 per person
Dates: March 2024
Capacity: 5 per person
We offer daily Inca Trail trek departures with porters who help to carry your personal and all communal kit on the trek to Machu Picchu.
Your days are spent hiking through various eco-systems, surrounded by mountain scenery unchanged for centuries.
Every step takes you closer to the legendary Machu Picchu, a beautiful Inca site that lay hidden from the world for centuries.
Read our blogs about the Inca Trail – a typical day, the meals you can expect, training tips, and porter welfare.
Over many years we’ve built close relations with porter communities through our long-standing support of several community projects, including a Porter’s Project and Huchuy Yachaq.
You can also rely on our Cusco office to offer support and advice before and after the trek.
Prices From $635 / £516.255 per person
Dates: January 2023
The dry season (Apr-Nov) is the best time to scale Misti, when walkers are rewarded with stunning views of its crater and the surrounding volcanoes.
Our fully-supported and guided trips are the perfect way to tackle this big peak, and you need to be well acclimatised before starting this trek.
We offer three more volcano climbs in the Arequipa area – Ampato, Chachani and Coropuna – and all are an adventure for climbers and walkers.
Contact us to plan your climb of Arequipa’s volcanoes.
Prices From $1908 / £1551.204 per person
Dates: March 2023
More on our Peru cultural family holiday.
This Peru 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 yourselves the experience of a lifetime in Peru.
This is a private tour so it can be modified to suit your 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 you and your friends, partner or family.
Prices From $3300 / £2682.9 per person
The enchanting valley of Soraypampa is the starting point of the trek, by many accounts more scenic and exclusive than the famous ‘Inca Trail’.
Hike through changing altitudes and varied terrain while you marvel at the beauty of the Salkantay Peak, Salkantay Glacier and Humantay Glacier Lake.
After a day’s walking, indulge in the comfort of enchanting mountain lodges with their innovative local cuisine and the warmth of the local people.
All the lodges offer private rooms with en-suite bathrooms, hot showers, bar/lounge and cozy reading rooms – some even have a jacuzzi!
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Thank you! We had an absolutely wonderful trip, thank you so much for organizing it!
We really felt like it couldn't have been much better -- and you really did an amazing job of making that happen.
The language school was great. We got to do loads of conversation and really learned a lot in the time.
The Inca Trail was incredible! We felt good the whole trip, and were lucky not to struggle with the altitude. We really enjoyed the hiking, the incredible scenery and the sites. The guides were friendly, and seemed very knowledgable about the inca sites, and we chatted to them in Spanish when possible.
A. Heineike, USA, 2013
» Learn Spanish & Trek The Inca Trail
We were very lucky to have the company of some fantastic guides on the tour. Marco, our main tour guide, was as helpful as ever. The children will also mention Willow (Colca Canyon), Maria and Ruben (Puno and Taquile), Marlene (our host in the barrio [poor neighbourhood] of Cusco), Cristian and his rafting team, ‘George of The Jungle’ at Wasai and Fabiola (our tour guide in Lima). Enthusiastic and caring people – all of them. There were others too which i haven't mentioned. The trip would not have been such a great success without the superb organisation of Andean Trails and the personal attention of Kathy (the boss). We may have been their paying customers but their organisation, attention to detail and efficiency was fantastic. If you or any members of your family are ever planning a South American trip in the future then I don’t think you need to look any further for a quality organisation to organise your trip. Anyone who is familiar with our previous trip in 2006 will find it hard to believe that we actually crammed in more than we did then. For example, we had a great open-top-bus tour of Arequipa, saw a lot more of Lima including San Francisco and its catacombs and Lima’s Inca gold museum. The most significant addition to the trip was the visit to the poor barrio (bar-ee-oh) arranged by Andean Trails. We left a great quantity of clothes, football kits, pencils and 80+ ‘Tiny Tots’ watches donated by the Ragdoll TV company. A few members of the St Benedict’s community also donated a bit of money which we left with Marlene. The kids had great fun playing football with them and friendships were made the following day when 16 of them joined us on the rafting trip. On the bus to the river communication was easy and fun – we sang a song in English and then they sang a song in Spanish – again and again. It was great to see the handshakes and hugs between them all as we all said goodbye. We hope to maintain our contact with Andean Trails and Marlene and their work and are planning to raise money for ‘the project’ through our Advent and Lenten charity appeals.
Alex Hendry, UK, 2016
» Tailor made school trip to Peru
Students Study Food Insecurity & Climate Change in Peru University of Edinburgh students and teachers report back from Peru, where they learned how traditional farming techniques could help prevent climate change and reduce food insecurity. The team visited coastal Lima, the Cusco Highlands, and the cloud forest. For Andean Trails and our local team, it was a chance to showcase a side of Peru that many visitors may not see when passing through. It went so well that the University has already signed up its team to another Food Security tour in the spring of 2024. Learning About …
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