Lodges on the Salkantay and Lares (Weavers) Trails have raised the bar for trekking experiences in Peru, offering travelers a way to explore in a more comfortable and upscale manner. Hike to Machu Picchu in style, without sacrificing any of the cultural experiences en route. Pass through fruit orchards and coffee plantations run by local farmers, admire scenic mountain passes and glacier lakes and explore lesser-known Inca ruins. Gone is the need for tents and sleeping bags...warm beds and hot meals are the new name of the game!Browse Sample Trips
Peru, above all else, is known as the hub for the Inca Empire of yore. Though at its peak, the Inca emperors ruled much of South America for only about a century, they left behind masterfully-built homes, temples and roads stretching all the way from Peru to Ecuador. Before and after your trek, our Travel Specialists can arrange private guided tours to various Inca sites, from the winding twists and turns of Machu Picchu and beyond.Browse Sample Trips
Though the Inca sites and ancient ruins around Cusco and the Sacred Valley are the main reason people visit Peru, the country has far more to offer. The fascinating cultures of indigenous tribes living on Lake Titicaca, the constantly shifting wilderness of the Amazon Rainforest, and even the stark, beautiful deserts along the Pacific Coast are all well worth a visit. Your Global Basecamps Travel Specialist will tailor your trip to your specific interests, budget and time frame, making sure your picture perfect expedition is achieved.Browse Sample Trips
**All of our tours can be customized to match your specific travel priorities and dates.
The first step is to complete a form on the website and one of our travel specialist will start planning your perfect trip.