7 Days trip in Peru

Budget: 2200 USD - 3000 USD Cultural experiences Historical landmarks Nightlife Outdoor adventures City sightseeing Beach activities Food exploration Festivals/events Spa and wellness retreats
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Peru is a South American country with a rich history, diverse culture, and stunning natural beauty. It is known for its world-famous Machu Picchu, thriving culinary scene, and friendly people.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to PEN
PEN 3.77
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Cusco

    240 minutes

    Visit the historical landmarks and cultural sites in Cusco, including the Sacsayhuaman fortress, the Qoricancha temple, and the San Pedro market. Enjoy an afternoon exploring the city by foot or with a bike tour.

  2. Cusco

    180 minutes

    Experience the lively nightlife in Cusco with a pub crawl or a dance performance at one of the local venues.

  3. Cusco

    150 minutes

    Savor the local cuisine with a food tour of Cusco, featuring traditional dishes like ceviche, alpaca steak, and quinoa soup.

Day 2

  1. Aguas Calientes

    360 minutes

    Take a morning train or hike to Aguas Calientes and explore the Machu Picchu ruins with a guided tour.

  2. Aguas Calientes

    180 minutes

    After visiting Machu Picchu, explore the town of Aguas Calientes and its local attractions like the thermal baths and the Machu Picchu museum.

  3. Aguas Calientes

    150 minutes

    Try the delicious Peruvian cuisine at one of the many restaurants in Aguas Calientes, featuring dishes like lomo saltado, rocoto relleno, and pisco sour cocktails.

Day 3

  1. Ollantaytambo

    240 minutes

    Visit the Ollantaytambo fortress and other historical sites, while also enjoying the scenic mountain views and the local culture.

  2. Sacred Valley

    300 minutes

    Explore the beautiful Sacred Valley with a horseback riding tour, a hot springs spa visit, or a yoga retreat in the Andean mountains.

  3. Cusco

    180 minutes

    Enjoy the local cuisine at a food festival or a restaurant in Cusco, featuring traditional dishes like cuy (guinea pig) or chicha (corn beer).

Day 4

  1. Lima

    360 minutes

    Explore the bustling city of Lima with a walking tour of the historic center, featuring attractions like the Plaza de Armas, the San Francisco Basilica, and the Larco Museum.

  2. Miraflores

    180 minutes

    Relax on the beaches of Miraflores and enjoy the local seafood and ceviche at one of the many oceanfront restaurants.

  3. Barranco

    150 minutes

    Experience the vibrant nightlife of Barranco, with its trendy bars, live music venues, and flamenco performances.

Day 5

  1. Paracas

    360 minutes

    Take a morning tour of the Paracas National Reserve and its stunning coastal landscapes, featuring attractions like the Ballestas Islands, the Red Beach, and the Candelabra geoglyph.

  2. Huacachina

    300 minutes

    Experience the thrill of sandboarding and dune buggying in the desert oasis of Huacachina, and unwind with a relaxing massage or a yoga class in the natural surroundings.

  3. Lima

    180 minutes

    Visit one of the many food festivals or street food markets in Lima, featuring a wide range of Peruvian and international cuisine.

Day 6

  1. Arequipa

    360 minutes

    Take a walking tour of Arequipa's historic center and its colonial architecture, featuring attractions like the Santa Catalina Monastery, the Yanahuara viewpoint, and the San Camilo market.

  2. Colca Canyon

    300 minutes

    Explore the world-renowned Colca Canyon with a trekking or horseback riding tour, and relax in the nearby thermal springs or spa resorts.

  3. Arequipa

    180 minutes

    Enjoy the local cuisine and nightlife in Arequipa, with its traditional dishes like rocoto relleno and chicha morada, and its lively music and dance scene.

Day 7

  1. Puno

    240 minutes

    Visit the floating islands of Uros and Taquile on Lake Titicaca, and learn about the local culture and traditions of the Aymara and Quechua communities.

  2. Sillustani

    180 minutes

    Explore the ancient burial towers of Sillustani, and learn about the pre-Inca cultures that inhabited the region.

  3. Puno

    150 minutes

    Enjoy the local cuisine and festivals in Puno, featuring dishes like papa a la huancaína and quinoa soup, and celebrations like the Candelaria festival and the Virgen de la Candelaria procession.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-25 per night
80-120 per night
30-60 per night


5-20 per ride
0.50-1 per ride
7-15 per ride


Street Food
1-5 per meal
Budget Restaurant
8-15 per meal
Fancy Restaurant
30-50 per meal


Machu Picchu Entrance Fee
City Tour
Outdoor Adventure (e.g. hiking, rafting, etc.)

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