A luxury holiday to Peru is irresistible. Experience the beauty of Machu Picchu, admire the sheer length of Lake Titicaca, examine the epicentre of Peru’s history in Cusco, wander through the dense Amazon jungle or follow in the footsteps of the Inca’s across the formidable Sacred Valley. 

For those who desire for a holiday with an invigorating dose of adventure, a tailor-made luxury holiday to Peru is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the country’s mystical history, pulsing biodiversity and culinary prowess that has become known the world over. Take flight over the Nazca Lines etched into the desert, reach new heights as you visit the stunning ‘Cruz del Condor’ viewpoint in the Colca Valley, one of the deepest canyons in the world. Or you can explore the dizzying heights of the Andes and visit fascinating, traditional villages on Lake Titicaca. Luxury travel in Peru seems to have no bounds.

If reconnecting with wildlife is what you crave, we’ll whisk you off into the Peruvian Amazon – Latin America’s secret wildlife hotspot – for a family holiday to Peru that will knock the socks off what your children learn in the classroom. Float along the river in search of its fascinating pink dolphins, tapirs, nimble woolly monkeys and shy jaguar, with the riverbanks the best place to chance a sighting of this elusive animal. Here the kaleidoscopic shades of green make a beguiling contrast to colonial cities and dramatic mountainscapes.

For newly-wed foodies looking for a luxury honeymoon in Peru, we have good news. The culinary capital of Latin America, Peru has been serving up fusion long before it was in fashion with Peruvian food taking its influences from the indigenous, African, Spanish and Asian cultures. The capital, Lima, is the gastronomic heart, from the local markets of Surquillo and Bioferia to the creative celebrity chefs who are behind some of the world’s best restaurants. Eating on a tailor-made holiday in Peru is a transcendent experience, with lunch and dinner lasting anywhere from three to four hours in true Peruvian style. 

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Luxury Peru holidays & honeymoons

Let us inspire you with our luxury Peru holidays & honeymoons. All our holidays are tailor-made, this means you can completely customise your itinerary to suit your interests and preferences. If you have a specific idea in mind or just want to chat through your options, we’d love to hear from you so please get in touch.

13 days May-Oct

Peru: In the footsteps of the Incas

Peru is a destination which has enthralled its visitors for decades. On this trip you’ll spend thirteen incredible days discovering the wonders of southern Peru before reaching the majestic site of Machu Picchu, the jewel of the Incas.

18 days May-Oct

Sacred Incas and wild Amazon of Peru

The Inca empire is far more than just Machu Picchu and Peru is far more than the Incas. This trip takes you far beyond the iconic citadel to showcase a much more varied chunk of Peru’s treasures. Skip from Lima to Cusco and the Sacred Valley to deep in the Peruvian Amazon, exploring by road, rail and boat for an adventure Hiram Bingham would be proud of.


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    Unique experiences in Peru

    Visit the floating islands of Lake Titicaca

    Learn from the indigenous Uros people about the art of how they live on human-made islands, created entirely from the buoyant totora reeds that grow abundantly in the shallows of Lake Titicaca.

    Learn about Andean traditions from the “living museum” of Yucay

    With your expert guide, find out about the customs of the Inca people of the Sacred Valley. Located in one of the most charming towns in Cusco.

    Uncover the stories of the lost Inca Empire

    In the company of an expert guide, explore Machu PicchuOne of the modern wonders of world, learn the history of the complex from an expert guide who will bring alive the many stories and myths surrounding it.

    Peru hotel recommendations


    Inkaterra Machu Picchu, Machu Picchu

    Among the trickling waterfalls and lush flora surrounding Machu Picchu is this collection of casitas, stone pathways, and wooden bridges tucked away in the cloud forest. Welcoming guests to its intimate Andean Villa, the hotel is renowned for its service and warm Peruvian hospitality. A must stay when you’re visiting Machu Picchu.


    Belmond Palacio Nazarenas, Cusco

    Fusing colonial frescoes and Inca masonry, Belmond Palacio Nazarenas marries the key elements of Peru’s history. Housed in a former convent and palace that has been transformed after years of painstaking restoration, the suites are set around clusters of cloistered courtyards serenely decorated with bubbling fountains and patios speckled with indigenous flowers. A sense of place is ever-present here, whether it’s perusing the Peruvian artefacts in the library or enjoying a treatment at the subterranean Hypnôze Spa, where glimpses of Inca ruins still linger.


    Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, Urubamba

    Set in 40 hectares of woodland forest, this contemporary yet rustic Hacienda-style hotel is nestled right in the heart of the Valley of the Incas. Take in the views of the valley with a pisco sour in hand or simply enjoy the peace and calm of its picturesque views over the Sacred Valley.


    Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado, Urubamba

    Pitched in the heart of the Sacred Valley and resting right beside the burbling Urubamba River, the Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado is rural Peruvian living the Inca way. Built like an authentic Andean village, the hotel will ensure you take no time at all to align with nature. This is where riding through the Sacred Valley on horseback, being greeted by baby alpacas on the hotel lawn and drinking pisco sours to the sound of birdsong are all considered normal. And we love it.


    Belmond Las Casitas, Colca Canyon

    Guaranteed to give you long lasting memories, Las Casitas is a boutique hotel that features twenty bungalows set against the backdrop of the Andes Mountains, creating a tranquil hideaway. Relax and rejuvenate while enjoying the awe-inspiring beauty of the region, and experience horseback riding through the Peruvian wilderness, alpaca feedings or tea served in an orchard of local herbs.


    Palacio del Inka, Cusco

    Housed in a building with over five centuries of history and next to the Qoricancha Palace, the hotel seamless blends modern day service with historical painted ceilings and stuccos. Relax after a day sightseeing with some well-deserved time in its Palacio de Inka spa or therapeutic indoor pool.


    AC Hotel by Marriott Lima Miraflores, Lima

    With widescreen views of both Lima's well-heeled Miraflores neighbourhood and the wild Pacific Ocean, the AC Hotel by Marriott Lima Miraflores stands proud and pretty in the city's Malecón de la Reserva district. It's not only a great base in Lima but also offers some of the city's best dining options, including the European-Peruvian fusion food on offer at AC Kitchen. Top-floor Insumo is not only curated by one of the best Peruvian chefs in the country, it's the only restaurant in Lima that's on a rooftop which overlooks the ocean.


    Belmond Andean Explorer, Peru

    South America’s first luxury sleeper train, the Belmond Andean Explorer reinvented the rail experience in Peru. It doesn’t just give you a front-row seat to some of the country’s finest landscapes, whizzing through the grassy Andean plains overlooked by hulking mountains, but brings the outside in with its earthy tones, alpaca wool textures and bathrooms fashioned from local stone – all stamped with Belmond’s seal of luxury. Also the world’s loftiest train ride, this is a journey that proffers literal, as well as figurative, highs.


    Aria Amazon, Iquitos

    Custom-built for the Peruvian Amazon so its guests can glide in complete comfort while minimising the impact it has on the Amazon River and its delicate environment, the Aria Amazon is the perfect jungle cruiser. Onboard, you’ll try world-beating rainforest-inspired cuisine and while away the hours watching jungle life go by from the outdoor deck, while the Aria Amazon’s smaller boats penetrate parts of the Amazon few others get to see. Its experts will help you spot its enigmatic wildlife like pink river dolphins and piranhas.


    Belmond Miraflores Park, Lima

    Overlooking the wild Pacific Ocean and lording over Lima’s leafy Miraflores district, Belmond Miraflores Park isn’t your regular city hotel. Draped in foliage and with freshly cut flowers in every room, you’ll think this is a city in a garden rather than the Peruvian capital. But its coastal location is also very convenient for many of Lima’s main landmarks, with colonial architecture, museums and fashionable boutiques only a few minutes away on foot. Or, stay put in the hotel’s rooftop pool and soak it all in.


    Cirqa, Arequipa

    Housed in a former sixteenth-century monastery built entirely from white volcanic stone, Cirqa fits right in La Ciudad Blanca. What was once part of Arequipa’s San Agustín Church, Cirqa now reimagines the calm and comforting welcome monks would have once offered to weary travellers. The vaulted ceilings, stone walls and barrel ceilings are still there (as they have been for four hundred years) but Relais & Chateaux have injected a modern sleekness to this refuge that compliments its monastic origins.


    Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, Machu Picchu

    Being the only hotel at the entrance to Peru’s world-famous citadel, Belmond Sanctuary Lodge’s exclusivity makes it feel like it has the keys to Machu Picchu. While other visitors have to slog it up a hill (either by bus or on foot), you can smugly enjoy a leisurely breakfast before witnessing the world wonder. Unsurprisingly, the hotel’s design takes its cue from the pre-Columbian era with its rough stonework, earthy hues and woven textiles, while the Tampu restaurants whips up authentic Peruvian fare like stuffed alpaca and fish ceviche.


    Hotel Costa Del Sol Wyndham, Arequipa

    Dusky pink colonial-style building dating back to the 1940s is surrounded by extensive lush gardens. Enjoy the peaceful location and spectacular views of the volcanoes that dominate the urban landscape of the city, only 15 minutes’ walk away from many of Arequipa’s main sights.


    GHL Hotel Lago Titicaca, Lake Titicaca

    Located on the island of Esteves Island, you may gaze on the Andes from one part of the hotel to Bolivia from another. All guest rooms of this 5-star are elegantly designed and offer panoramic views of the lake, where you can catch the most the beautiful sunrises.

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