Valid From 01 January 2019 Until 20 December 2019
15 DAYS 14 NIGHTS Lima
15 Days 14 Nights Grand Peru (Lima & Paracas & Nazca & Arequipa & Puno & Lake Titicaca & Cusco & Machu Picchu)
15天14夜秘鲁深度游(利马&帕拉卡斯&纳斯卡&阿雷基帕&普诺&的的喀喀湖&库斯科&马丘比丘)
HIGHLIGHT: See the best of Peru during this 15-day southern sojourn in this fascinating corner of Peru, visiting the country’s main cities and cultural treasures. Starting in in the capital city of Lima and ending in Cusco, this tour takes in the gastronomic capital of Arequipa, the Colca Valley, the indigenous world centered on Lake Titicaca, and the Inca and colonial heritage of Cusco as well as Machu Picchu, the legendary ‘Lost City of the Incas’.  Valid for daily arrival at Lima
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PACKAGE INCLUSIVE
  • 02 nights' hotel accommodation in Lima
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Paracas
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Nazca
  • 02 nights' hotel accommodation in Arequipa
  • 02 nights' hotel accommodation in Colca Valley
  • 02 nights' hotel accommodation in Puno
  • 03 nights' hotel accommodation in Cusco
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Sacred Valley
  • Meals- Daily breakfast by selected hotel
  • Meals- Lunch on 7th, 8th, 9th (lunch box), 10th, 11th, 13th and 14th day (7 lunches)
  • Shared bus service from Lima to Paracas, Paracas to Nazca, Nazca to Arequipa and Puno to Cusco
  • Round-trip train tickets to Machu Picchu in Expedition Service (PeruRail) or Voyager (IncaRail)
  • Admission to all major monuments and sightseeing attractions mentioned in above itinerary: Casa Aliaga, Cathedral, Larco Museum in Lima; Ballestas Islands; Regional Museum in Ica, and Nazca Lines Flight, Santa Catalina Monastery, Society of Jesus Church in Arequipa; Condor Cross in Valley and Colca Canyon, Uros and Taquile in Puno; Andahuaylillas, Racchi and Pukara and the excursion to the Uros and Taquile Islands in Puno; Coricancha, Cathedral, Sacsayhuaman, Quenqo, Tambomachay and Puka Pukara in Cusco; Living Museum of Yucay, Chinchero and Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu
  • Cusco Tourist Tax (BTC ticket)
  • English speaking representative or English speaking tour guide during excursion
  • Round trip airport-hotel private transfer
  • Share Service for excursion transfer and trains station transfer
PACKAGE EXCLUDE
  • International & Domestic air ticket & airport taxes
  • Items of personal nature, such as lunch & dinners, laundry, telephones calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, minibar charges and etc.
  • Airport & hotel porterage tips recommended at USD 1-3 per person
  • Tour guide tipping at USD 2-3 for transfer service, USD 5 for half-day tour service and USD 7 for full-day tour service (per person)
  • Driver tips recommended at USD 2-3 per person
PACKAGE COMPULSORY
COMPULSORY ITEMS A C
Agency Collection Fee 30.00 -
PACKAGE OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL ITEMS A C
One way Domestic flight ticket from Cusco-Lima (included checked in baggage at 23kg allowance, air fare subject to change from time to time) 659.00 -
Ocean view cooking classes: Seafront panoramic tour and gastronomic experience in Lima. Private service based on two passengers. 402.60 -
Magic Water Circuit + dinner show: Visit to the Magic Water Circuit and buffet dinner with Peruvian dances live show. Shared service. 213.40 -
Second entrance to Machu Picchu plus bus ticket 398.30 -
Entrance to Machu Picchu Mountain plus bus ticket 471.40 -
Entrance to Huayna Picchu plus bus ticket 471.40 -
GENERAL TERMS
  • Rates quoted are subject to change without prior notice and/or upon hotel confirmation. This may be due to any special event and any immediate room surcharges implied by the hotel.
  • No refunds are given for any unused portion of this package or during tour.
  • The above itinerary is for reference only and visiting sequence may be different, and is subject to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirements.
  • 12fly of Malaysian Harmony shall not be liable for any loses or expenses incurred due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes or any other causes beyond its control, such losses and expenses shall be borne by the clients.
  • Others 12fly terms & conditions applies.
PAYMENT TERMS
  • Reservation Deposit for this package is minimum MYR 100 per person, you may required for more deposit for booking security and terms may vary from destination to destination.
PACKAGE REMARKS
  • General travel period: 01 January 2019 until 20 December 2019
  • Red Alert Date: Chinese New Year, Christmas, New Year, Easter Holiday, National Holiday period subject to surcharge & hotel compulsory gala dinner upon booking made.
  • Suggestion flight route: Kuala Lumpur - Lima or Cusco (additional domestic flight cost) - Kuala Lumpur
  • The above rates quote for solo, 2 to 3 travelers.
  • The above rates are valid for Malaysian or ASEAN passport; surcharge might apply for foreigner passport, subject to individual hotel surcharge.
  • Advance booking required at least 45 working days before departure.
  • Any children sharing the same room with one single full paying adult will be charged at the full adult twin sharing rate.
  • The itineraries are planned with great care, although, for operational reasons, it may be necessary to change the sequence of activities in the itinerary or the specified route, and though such cases are exceptional, in general the itinerary should be treated only as a basic guideline.
  • A Yellow Fever Vaccination with certificate travel to/ from Peru. Country requirement: no, Yellow fever vaccination recommendation: yes. Please refer: https://www.iamat.org/country/malaysia/risk/yellow-fever for time to time information & requirement.
ITINERARY / SCHEDULE
DAY 1 - Lima (Arrival)

Upon arrival at Lima airport, you will be met by local representative and escorted to your hotel. Local representative will brief you around the attractions and facilities that the city has.

Rest of the day is free at own leisure, you might explore this beautiful city. 

In the north is the city of Caral, the oldest civilization of America, and to the south is the Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac. Lima's history predates the colonial presence in the country. The establishment of the viceroyalty transformed the city into the main political and administrative center of South America. During this period, significant churches, monasteries, mansions and balconies were built. The arrival of modernity didn’t transform the historic center, which is recognized as a World Heritage Site.

Museums with great works of art, archaeological sites, beaches, the boardwalk, valleys, natural reserves, the nightlife, the thrill of adventure sports, and the exquisite cuisine gives Peru’s capital an authentic personality and makes tourism in Lima a unique experience in the country.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Lima: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Comfort Category: Tambo I or Britania (or similar)
Standard Category: El Tambo II (or similar)
Superior Category: San Agustin Exclusive (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Self expenses
Hotel Hotel in Lima (At your own choice)
DAY 2 - Lima - City Tour

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the urban area of the city of Lima, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Start the day with a panoramic tour through the historic center and the Main Square; stop to appreciate its attractions. Walk to the Cathedral of Lima, the most important church in Peru built in the seventeenth century. Then visit Casa Aliaga, an old residence of the viceroyalty handed over by Francisco Pizarro in 1535 to one of its captains, Jerónimo de Aliaga, after the foundation of the city. This is the only house of the time that still belongs to the same family to this day. Later, head to Larco Museum, located in the traditional district of Pueblo Libre. It was founded by Rafael Larco Hoyle and is situated inside a viceregal mansion built on a pre-Columbian pyramid of the 7th century. The museum has a complete pre-Hispanic collection of gold and silver pieces, as well as erotic art. The tour may end at Larcomar Shopping Centre or at the hotel.

If time permitted, you may join Ocean view cooking classes: Seafront panoramic tour and gastronomic experience in Lima. Private service based on two passengers. (Price at OPTIONAL ADDON)

At night, you may join Magic Water Circuit + dinner show: Visit to the Magic Water Circuit and buffet dinner with Peruvian dances live show. (Price at OPTIONAL ADDON) 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Lima: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Comfort Category: Tambo I or Britania (or similar)
Standard Category: El Tambo II (or similar)
Superior Category: San Agustin Exclusive (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Lima (At your own choice)
DAY 3 - Lima - Paracas

Have breakfast at the hotel before you are picked up and taken from your hotel to the bus station. A representative will assist you along the way. Take the bus from Lima to Paracas (about 3.5 hours - 265km). Upon arrival, you will be taken your selected hotel in Paracas and will have the remainder of the day at leisure.

Paracas is a town on Peru's west coast. It's known for beaches, like El Chaco, set on sheltered Paracas Bay. The town is a launch point for the uninhabited Ballestas Islands, home to sea lions, pelicans and Humboldt penguins. Rugged, wildlife-rich Paracas National Reserve spans desert, ocean, islands and the Paracas Peninsula. The peninsula’s Paracas Candelabra is a huge prehistoric geoglyph, etched into a hillside.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Paracas: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Comfort Category: Emancipador (or similar)
Standard Category: San Agustín Paracas (or similar)

Superior Category: Aranwa Paracas (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel Hotel in Paracas (At your own choice)
DAY 4 - Paracas - Ballestas Islands - Nazca

Begin the day with breakfast at the hotel. A transportation service will bring you to the Chaco Wharf, the embarkation point for your boat ride to the Ballestas Islands - a natural reserve with beautiful geological formations, impressive animal wildlife, and remains of a pre-Inca culture that dominated the desert and installed a successful society in adverse conditions. The Ballestas Islands are inhabited by migratory birds, pelicans, sea lions, Humboldt penguins and other species found in the archipelago. On the way, you can spot the intriguing lines drawn in the sand forming a chandelier. After the tour, proceed to Nazca (about 3.5 hours - 214km). Upon arrival, you will be taken your selected hotel in Nazca and will have the remainder of the day at leisure.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Nazca: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Comfort Category: CAS Nasca or Majoro (or similar)
Standard Category: Nazca Lines (or similar)
Superior Category: Nazca Lines (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel Hotel in Nazca (At your own choice)
DAY 5 - Nazca Lines - Arequipa

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the Nazca airport for an on a 30-minute flight over the desert and observe the mysterious Nazca Lines, which are best appreciated from the air. Nazca is a small town that could easily go unnoticed on a map if it were not for the mysterious lines etched on the desert that has given the area worldwide fame. Although they are centuries old, how and why they were made is still an enigma. A monkey, a spider, a condor, all large figures, can be seen from the sky for you to try to uncover the mystery. If weather conditions and airspace permits, you will fly over recent findings in Palpa. After flying over the mountains, where 150-million-year-old fossils can be found, your flight comes to an end. When finished, you will be taken to the bus station towards Arequipa (about 9 hours journey). Transfer to your selected hotel.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Arequipa: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: Casona Plaza (or similar)
Standard Category: CAS Arequipa (or similar)
Superior Category: El Cabildo
 (or similar)

Flight Nazca Lines (flight duration about 30 minutes)
Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Arequipa (At your own choice)
DAY 6 - Arequipa

Breakfast at the hotel. Your journey starts at the Plaza de Armas, one of the most beautiful in Peru, next to the magnificent Cathedral, built during the XVII century and rebuilt many times after several earthquakes. From there, transfer to the Santa Catalina Monastery, an authentic cloister built in 1579, whose small religious citadel is still in use today. After that, visit the Iglesia de la Compania de Jesus (1590), considered a classical example of the baroque local architecture that houses an exceptional collection of paintings and murals. To end the day, visit the districts of Yanahuara and Carmen Alto to enjoy fantastic panoramic views of Arequipa’s countryside.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Arequipa: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: Casona Plaza (or similar)
Standard Category: CAS Arequipa (or similar)
Superior Category: El Cabildo
 (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel Hotel in Arequipa (At your own choice)
DAY 7 - Arequipa - Colca Valley

Depart Arequipa after breakfast at the hotel (drive distance about 3 hours - 165km), driving through the Yura district en route to the Colca Valley. Yura is characterized by a number of dramatic geographical features such as gullies, mountain ranges, and canyons. Continue through the Pampa Canahuas Reserve, an extensive plain populated by vicuñas, one of the four indigenous Andean camelids found all over Peru. Cross through the pampas of Viscachani and Toccra, skirting the crater of the Chucura Volcano to reach the Los Andes scenic lookout in Patapampa, which is 4,800 meters above sea level. From here, you can see the various volcanoes that surround Arequipa. Lunch is in the picturesque town of Chivay with a transfer in the afternoon to your selected hotel in the Colca Valley. Rest of the day free at leisure or you may visit the local hot springs. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Colca Valley: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: Estancia Pozo del Cielo (or similar)
Standard Category: CAS Colca (or similar)
Superior Category: Aranwa Colca (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at Local Restaurant & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Colca Valley (At your own choice)
DAY 8 - Colca Valley - Canyon Tour

After breakfast at the hotel, prepare for a day of high drama with a trip to the breathtaking Condor Cross lookout. Take a deep breath and appreciate the sheer vastness of the Colca Valley, which is one of the world's deepest canyons with a maximum depth of more than 4,160 meters – twice that of the Grand Canyon. The thrill of the experience is enhanced by the natural spectacle of huge condors flying over the canyon. Watch in awe as these graceful birds of prey glide over the canyon, patrolling it with military discipline. Descend to the valley floor to discover some of the rustic towns on the banks of the River Colca such as Chivay, Pinchollo, Maca, Achoma and Yanque, where quaint colonial churches are as much as part of the scenery as the peaks of the Andes. There are also stops at the lookouts of Antahuilque and Choquetico to admire majestic views of the valley. Continue to the Ocolle lookout to admire the pre-Inca agricultural terraces known as ‘the Amphitheatre’ and then hike to the Uyo Uyo archaeological site. Return to and drop off at your hotel. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Colca Valley: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: Estancia Pozo del Cielo (or similar)
Standard Category: CAS Colca (or similar)
Superior Category: Aranwa Colca (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at Local Restaurant & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Colca Valley (At your own choice)
DAY 9 - Colca Valley - Puno

Morning free at leisure, take to the road for Puno on the western shore of Lake Titicaca (abour 3 hours drive distance - 165km). The route cuts through the Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reserve and takes in the stunning ‘stone forests’ of Patahuasi. The landscapes and scenery could not be more forbidding yet enchanting, with a combination high plains, unusual rock formations and lagoons populated by cranes drying their wings in the icy wind above the water. On arrival in Puno, transfer to your selected accommodation for check-in, with the rest of the day free at leisure.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Puno: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Confort Category: Qelqatani (or similar)
Standard Category: Xima Puno
 (or similar)
Superior Category: José Antonio Puno (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch Box, Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Puno (At your own choice)
DAY 10 - Puno - Lake Titicaca

Transfer to the shore of Lake Titicaca after breakfast to enjoy a motor boat cruise, lighting at a number of the islands in the lake. The first stop is at the unique Uros Islands. There are more than 40 of these floating islets, which are made entirely from totora reeds plucked from the lake. Meet the Aymara-speaking islanders, learn all about the making of the islands, their lifespan and upkeep while exploring these marvels of engineering made using only primitive materials and methods. Board the boat again to continue the voyage of discovery at timeless Taquile island, where the Quechua-speaking residents have maintained their ancient social system and earned a reputation for their fine hand-weaving technique. The island’s history is also as fascinating as its people, having been a penal colony during Spanish colonial times. Have lunch then return to Puno.  

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Puno: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Confort Category: Qelqatani (or similar)
Standard Category: Xima Puno
 (or similar)
Superior Category: José Antonio Puno (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at Local Restaurant & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Puno (At your own choice)
DAY 11 - Puno - Cusco

Savor breakfast at the hotel before taking to the road for Cusco (about 10 hours coach distance - 390km together sightseein en route). Transfer from your hotel to the station to take the bus to the former Inca capital. Travel through the jaw-dropping landscapes of the highland plateau, which are dotted by Andean hamlets and herds of grazing llamas and vicuñas. Stop en route at the archaeological site of Pukara, which dates from 200BC to 300AD, as well as in Raqchi to admire the ruins of an Inca temple built to worship Wiracocha, one of the most important Inca gods. There is one more stop before Cusco at Andahuaylillas, a picturesque town famed for the beautiful 16th century Church of St Peter the Apostle. It boasts a gilded baroque interior and frescoes so delicate that it is known as the ‘Sistine Chapel of America’.

Upon arrival in Cusco, you are met at the bus station by a representative and transferred to your selected hotel in the city. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cusco: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: San Francisco Plaza (or similar)
Standard Category: San Agustin Internacional Hotel (or similar)
Superior Category: Jose Antonio (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at Local Restaurant & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Cusco (At your own choice)
DAY 12 - Cusco

Breakfast at the hotel. Start your tour today by visiting Coricancha, also known as 'The Temple of the Sun', which was built by order of Inca Pachacuti and at the arrival of the Spaniards became the basis for the construction of the Santo Domingo Convent. Walk to the Cathedral, the most imposing monument of the Main Square, whose construction was completed in 1654. Afterwards, head to Sacsayhuamán, one of the emblematic buildings of the Incas; an immense fortress built with large stones, whose transfer and assembling is still a mystery. Every June 24, during the winter solstice, the festival of Inti Raymi, in which the sun is worshipped, is recreated. Continue to Qenqo, an archaeological complex of religious use, where agricultural rituals were held. To conclude the tour, visit Puka Pukara, seven kilometres from the city. Puka Pukara, which means 'red fort,' was an architectural complex of supposed military use with multiple environments, plazas, baths, aqueducts, and towers. It is believed that it was used by the Inca entourage while the leader rested in Tambomachay. After the tour, you will transfer back to the hotel for rest for the day. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cusco: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: San Francisco Plaza (or similar)
Standard Category: San Agustin Internacional Hotel (or similar)
Superior Category: Jose Antonio (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at Local Restaurant & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Hotel in Cusco (At your own choice)
DAY 13 - Cusco - Chinchero - Ollantaytambo - Sacred Valley

Breakfast in hotel, you are picked up from your hotel to visit the town of Chinchero, a traditional Cusco urban centre located at an elevated point with a beautiful view of the valley. The inhabitants of this area preserve the artisan traditions and the inherited knowledge of the Incas and display them in their clothes and customs. In Chinchero there are also archaeological remains and a beautiful seventeenth-century church, one of the first Catholic buildings in Peru (On Sundays, also visit the local market). Then, you are transferred to the Living Museum of Yucay, a centre of Andean handicraft traditions where demonstrations of the elaboration of textile work, adobe, pottery and silverware are carried out in the same way in which they used to in ancient times; an original recreation of Incan traditions. In addition, you may be able to feed the "residents" at this museum. These include llamas, sheep and alpacas! Later, have lunch in Ollantaytambo and enjoy a superior Andean gastronomy experience in Chuncho restaurant, where the true spirit of the Sacred Valley radiates in a cosy atmosphere. Upon arriving in Ollantaytambo, visit its town, inhabited uninterruptedly since Inca times, and climb the iconic fortress, built next to a mountain. At the end of this activity, you are transferred back to your hotel.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Sacred Valley: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: San Agustin Urubamba (or similar)
Standard Category: Hacienda del Valle (or similar)
Superior Category: San Agustin Recoleta (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel Hotel in Sacred Valley (At your own choice)
DAY 14 - Sacred Valley - Machu Picchu - Cusco

Breakfast by hotel. Transfer to Ollanta train station. Your tour to Machu Picchu begins with a train ride to Aguas Calientes in approximately two hours. This town is also known as "Machu Picchu pueblo" and is the last stop before entering the remains of the most important archaeological site in Peru. In Aguas Calientes there is a craft market, restaurants and hotels of different categories for those who prefer to spend the night at the foot of the mountain and climb it early the following morning. Finally, after a short transfer by bus, reach Machu Picchu, a masterpiece of engineering and architecture that served as a sanctuary and retreat for the Inca Pachacuti. Machu Picchu, which means "Old Mountain", and is considered a World Heritage by the UNESCO and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. At the end of the tour, return to Aguas Calientes for lunch at Café Inkaterra. Return to Cusco.

Travel Tips to Machu Picchu: 

  • Carry the same travel document/passport that you presented to the agency, given that the train tickets and entrance to Machu Picchu will be issued with the same information.
  • In all train services to Machu Picchu, the passenger can carry only hand luggage (backpack, bag or briefcase) weighing no more than 5kg / 11lb on the train to / from Machu Picchu. You will find your luggage at the chosen hotel. Allowed size: 62 linear inches 157cm (height + length + width)
  • Bring bottle of water and a rain jacket, even if it looks like a beautiful sunny day. And speaking of sun, remember that the ozone layer over Peru is compromised. That, combined with the altitude, makes the sun extremely strong here so wear a hat and use plenty of high SPF sunscreen. And keep some one soles coins in your pocket. You’ll need them to access the lone bathroom at the entrance to the site. To use the bathroom or grab food, you’ll have to exit the gates, so bring your passport and hang onto your ticket. You’ll need to show both to re-enter the citadel.
  • If you experience altitude sickness, definitely find yourself some coca leaves. They are very cheap and you can find them anywhere. Chew on them or buy it in tea form. It will calm your stomach and ease your dizziness.
  • The current restrictions on visits to Machu Picchu allow a maximum stay of 4 hours in the citadel accompanied by a guide during the first entry. If the visitor tours an alternate route (Mountain Machu Picchu or Huayna Picchu) the passenger will have 3 hours to for this purpose, additional to the 4 hours in the citadel. If the passenger wishes to enter the citadel again during the afternoon shift or the next day, he must acquire previously an additional ticket to enter in the new shift. There is no ticket sale in the archaeological zone.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cusco: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Comfort Category: San Francisco Plaza (or similar)
Standard Category: San Agustin Internacional Hotel (or similar)
Superior Category: Jose Antonio (or similar)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at Local Restaurant & Dinner at own arrangement
Hotel Hotel in Cusco (At your own choice)
DAY 15 - Cusco (Departure)

A transportation service transfers you from the selected hotel to the airport for your flight departure home or next destination. Assistance of a representative along the way.

(You may add on for domestic flight fly back to Lima, domestic air ticket at ADD ON OPTIONAL)

Flight Cusco - Lima (flight duration about 90 minutes, domestic air ticket at ADD ON OPTIONAL)
Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own arrangement
HOTEL ROOM
15D14N GROUND PACKAGE
Adult Single Room Adult Twin Sharing Adult Triple Sharing
Standard Category
ROH 12502.25 8906.38 8723.63
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Superior Category
ROH 14243.75 9701.88 10131.88
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Comfort Category
ROH 11679.88 8487.13 8046.38
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* General Black Out Dates Ranges | 17-04-2019 - 21-04-2019 , 22-06-2019 - 28-06-2019 , 27-07-2019 - 31-07-2019
Above rates advertised are based on ground arrangement with minimum number of travelers to fulfill in a reservation. Prices are subject to availability and subject to change without prior notice. Ground Package define as services cover the land portion of a trip, such as lodging, visits to museums, sightseeing tours, and transfers between airport and hotel. The package rates always excluded of international/domestic air ticket, airport taxes, tipping, service charges, peak season surcharge or miscellaneous cost if any. Please refer http://www.12fly.com.my/ground/ for the latest update of package price & itinerary.