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Peru Classic Escapade – 7 Days

  • 7 Days 6 Nights
  • Private Service
  • Min Age : All Ages
  • Pickup: Airpot

Peru Accessible tours, In just seven days, you will have incredible sensations. Travel through this ancient and modern at the same time country, knowing the most important of Lima and Cusco and the incredible Inca citadel of Machu Picchu with an amusing Pisco experience where you will learn firsthand about our national beverage and even make your own pisco sour!


Day 1Welcome to the City of Kings!

Peru and its capital city Lima will show you the beginning of an incredible adventure with very many differences.  Let’s embark on this iconic experience

Upon your arrival at Lima (5 mts/16.4 ft), you will be welcomed by our friendly View Perú representative and our helpful staff member which will accompany you throughout your tours in this dreamy destination; they will be more than happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Your hotel will be located either in Miraflores or San Isidro, the most bohemian beautiful districts in Lima where you will enjoy amazing views of this colonial city; your hotel is especially adequate with elevators, handicapped rooms, and bathrooms.

Suggested arrival flight: 14:00 pm
Maximum altitude: Lima City – 5 masl/ 16.4 ft.

Day 2Must-See Tour in Lima (B)

Lima, the city of kings or Lima the grey city; whatever they call this beautiful city, Lima is a very important city that will captivate you

After you have enjoyed breakfast at your hotel, be prepared to explore the diverse Lima highlights where the colonial and contemporary merge. During this special tour, we will observe a Pre-Colombian archaeological site Huaca Huallamarca, in the middle of the residential area, this is an adobe pyramid construction located in the heart of the San Isidro district (109 mts/357.6 ft).

Then, we will visit the Larco Museum, the best Precolombian art private collection in Peru. The Larco Museum was founded in 1926 by Rafael Larco Hoyle, pioneer of Peruvian archeology, and houses a fascinating collection of pre-Columbian art of approximately 45,000 archaeological pieces along with pieces of gold, silver and erotic art. Located in a colonial mansion of the XVIII century and surrounded by beautiful gardens, the Larco Museum is a space that stimulates and inspires, and where you can enjoy and understand the fascinating history of ancient Peru. Right after you will try a mousse made of “lucuma”, a Peruvian endemic fruit at Cafe del Museo restaurant. After relishing this delightful dessert, we will take a stroll the Lima historic center named World Heritage Site by UNESCO back in 1991.

Finally, we will visit the Convent of Santo Domingo, one of the best-preserved buildings from colonial times, and this shelter the famous Catacombs. Furthermore, the historic chapter house of the Basilica of Santo Domingo was the place where the University of San Marcos, officially the first Peruvian university and the oldest university in the Americas, began to function in the 16th century.

Once you have been enthralled by the essence of this experience, it is time to have your lunch on your own (we will be glad to recommend some accessible restaurants).

Afterward, the rest of the day is yours to explore on your own or just take some rest.

Pick up time: 08:30 am
Drop off time: 13:00 pm
Minimum altitude: Miraflores district – 79 mts/259.2 ft.
Maximum altitude: San Isidro district – 109 masl/ 357.6 ft.
Difficulty: Easy.
We also offer a wide variety of different tours in which you can partake according to your unique preferences, for instance, you can take cooking classes, experience the Magic Water fountain show, take adapted Surf classes, and much more.
Please note that on special dates (January 1st, Holy Thursday, Holy Friday, May 1, July 28, July 29, December 24, 25th and 31st) no departures for this tour are available.
Meals included: Breakfast.

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Day 3Taking the Adventure to Cusco! (B, L)

Find colors, feelings, languages, great experiences and much more that you will discover in this Land of the Incas where the engineering show you the richness and the beginning of this great culture

Another day of this magical journey starts early in the morning with your pick up from your hotel and transfer you to Lima airport in order to take your flight to Cusco. Upon your arrival at Cusco (3400 mts/11154.9 ft), you will be welcomed by our friendly View Perú representative and our helpful staff member which will accompany you throughout your tours. Then, you will be transported in a wheelchair-accessible vehicle to your Sacred Valley hotel but we will make some stops at beautiful sites along the way. The incredible scenery of the Sacred Valley will leave you breathless; from the sky-high terraced mountains to the snow-capped peaks in the distance and endless colorful farmlands of different nuances which resemble beautiful paintings.

Our first stop will be an exhibition of South American camelids, here you will interact with vicuñas, guanacos, alpacas, and llamas. You will live this unique experience, learning more about these graceful animals, feeding them and of course taking a lot of sweet photos on the process. Then, we will move to the colonial and picturesque town of Pisac (2972 mts/9750.7 ft) where you will have a succulent lunch made of organic products grown on the Sacred Valley. Afterward, we will visit Pisac market and meander down through its cobblestone streets and have a brief tour of the famous craft market where you will have the opportunity to chat with the locals and buy some handcrafts if you prefer, you will find handmade products made of fine alpaca fiber and some beautiful pieces of jewelry, as well as a variety of colorful typical souvenirs. Then, you will be transferred to your Sacred Valley hotel (2871 mts/9419.3 ft) and have the rest of the day at leisure to adjust to the altitude or just have some rest in your room especially adequate for your needs.

Suggested arrival flight: 10:00 am
Minimum altitude: Urubamba Town – 2871 masl/ 9419.3 ft
Maximum altitude: Cusco City – 3400 masl/ 11154.9 ft.
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate.
In order to accomplish the program of this day, you will need to arrive to Cusco by 10:00 am approx.
If you would like to spend more time at Sacred Valley please feel free to inform us, so we can accommodate the tour accordingly.
Meals included: Breakfast, lunch.

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Day 4Exploring the Nuances of the Sacred Valley of the Incas (B, L)

Insert into a tangible remnant of the Inca empire; envelops in a fertile agricultural landscape, punctuated by small villages of Quechua-speaking communities and dotted with the surviving remains of great Inca family estates

After taking a luscious breakfast, we will initiate this day by picking you from your hotel and heading to explore more traditions, customs, and attractions on this quaint land.

Our first stop is Chinchero town (3762 mts/12342.5 ft) this charming town is characterized by its living culture that still maintains until our days despite the strong incursion of the modern world. We can appreciate a sample of this tradition especially on Sundays as a fair is held in Chinchero main square, where you can see the local products, handicrafts and especially their textiles, which are made in the ancestral style. On this day, we will visit the textile center which is a non-profit organization established to aid in the survival of Incan textile traditions and provide support to weaving communities. During this weaving demonstration, authentic Chinchero women dressed in their beautiful costumes perform different works of the Andean fabric process such as spinning, dyeing, warps, girdle fabric, blanket fabric, fabric finishing, and more. Continuing with our route, we will head to Maras town (3390 mts/11122.1 ft) to have a unique lunch at a very special sustainable restaurant with beautiful views of the recently restored Tiobamba church.

We will follow the program for this day with a tour through Maras town. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, these were the real lands of the Incas. Then, the town was the site where the nobles of the Inca Empire were displaced from Cusco. Afterward, we will lead to the Moray archaeological site (3500 mts/11482.9 ft), which consists of platforms or agricultural terraces built in gigantic natural depressions. These terraces are superimposed concentrically, taking the form of a gigantic amphitheater. It is believed that these constructions constituted an important agricultural laboratory during the Incan period.

Then, you will be transferred to your enchanting Sacred Valley hotel and have the rest of the day at your leisure. 

Minimum altitude: Maras Town – 3390 masl/11122.1 ft
Maximum altitude: Chinchero Town – 3762 masl/ 12342.5 ft.
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate.
Depending on your interests we can arrange a different tour along the sacred valley, perhaps a painting session with a glass of wine in Maras beautiful scenery, a picnic lunch nearby Tiobamba church or a street photography tour on Ollantaytambo town. It is up to you!
Meals included: Breakfast, Snacks, lunch.

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Day 5Visiting the legacy of the Incas: Machu Picchu! (B, L)

Discover the treasure of the Incas empire and explore the majesty of their lost city, hidden from view on a mountain top veiled in cloud forest for more than four centuries

Today is the day where your dream of visiting Machu Picchu becomes true! Although it is an early morning start, we have taken care of everything. To begin with, on this exciting day, enjoy a nourishing breakfast at your hotel. Afterward, our knowledgeable guide and your helpful View Peru assistant will pick you up in order to transport you in a suitable vehicle to Ollantaytambo train station and enjoy the marvelous short train ride through rural landscapes and hedged by looming mountains, you will arrive in Aguas Calientes Town (2070 mts/6791.3 ft).

Right after we will catch the bus up to the citadel for a 30 mins ride. Sometimes and especially in high season (April to July) we will have to be patient as the queues to go up to this World Wonder will be longer than expected, but so you know it is worth waiting every second. You will have a wheelchair-accessible tour of the ruins with your English-speaking guide and an assistant to help you with anything you may need. When visiting Machu Picchu (2430 mts/7972.4 ft) you will feel the magic that still lays in every construction and complex. It shows a magnificent citadel hidden in the mountains and the vast valleys, indeed a Lost City of the Incas, our well-informed guide will teach you about the magnificent theories about the purpose of Machu Picchu, the history of its buildings and of course, about the millenary culture of the Incas. Once you have had your fill of this amazing site, a delightful lunch at Belmond Sanctuary Lodge hotel is included with our fascinating program. Following your lunch, we will return to Aguas Calientes town where you will board the train back to Cusco.

Upon arrival to Cusco, our View Perú representative will be waiting to transfer you to your specially chosen hotel. When you are settled into your hotel, take the rest of the evening to relax and unwind at your leisure.

Pick-up time: 07:00 am approx.
Drop off time: 20:30 pm (depends on your train schedule)
Minimum altitude: Aguas Calientes Town – 2070 masl/ 6791.3 ft.
Maximum altitude: Cusco City – 3400 masl/ 11154.9 ft.
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate.
Train stations and train schedules are subject to availability, also due to the rainy season, Poroy train station is closed from January to April of each year.
Meals included: Breakfast, lunch.

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Day 6Strolling Around Cusco City (B)

Let’s discover the splendor of the ancient Inca capital, nestled high in the mountains. This beautiful and magical city is much more than a historical one.

We had specially prepared a different way to discover Cusco for today where adventure is just around the corner. After having breakfast at your hotel, our expert guide and assistant will meet you for an incredible journey through the streets and outskirts of Cusco, starting with the Archaeological Center of Sacsayhuaman (3700 mts/12139.1 ft), which due to its location on the top of the city, it is believed that it served as a fortress; but according to several chroniclers, the site was built as Temple of the Sun. Then we will continue to the archaeological site of Qenqo (3580 mts/11745.4 ft) where it is believed that the Inca gods such as the Sun, the Moon, the Mountains, and Mother Earth were worshiped. After that, we will visit the Main Square or Plaza de Armas for a deeper explanation, where you will find history, culture, and fun. Then, we will enter the Cathedral, this construction brings together gothic, mannerist, and baroque styles. It has splendid altars of both renaissance and neoclassical style, it also houses an exquisite wooden-carved pulpit and a collection of the famous Escuela Cusqueña canvases. Lastly, we will visit the Qoricancha, or Temple of the Sun which was the most important religious and political temple in the Inca times, it was also the main shrine of the god Inti (Sun). After your visit, the rest of the day is yours at your leisure.

Pick-up time: 09:00 am approx.
Drop off time at your restaurant: 19:30 pm approx.
Minimum altitude: Saqsayhuaman site – 3700 masl/ 12139.1 ft.
Maximum altitude: Cusco City – 3400 masl/ 11154.9 ft.
Difficulty: Easy.
If you are interested to add a tour in the afternoon, please let us know so we can better assist you with our diverse optional tours.
For the Pisco Experience in the evening we recommend bringing warm clothes as Cusco nights could be very cold, and umbrellas or rain ponchos in case of rain.
Meals included: Breakfast.

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Day 7Nostalgic farewell to Cusco (B)

This is your day to keep the memories, experiences, feelings and start your photo album. There should be no place that are not included in this memorable trip

On the final day of your splendid tour, enjoy a relaxed breakfast at your hotel. At an appropriate time, our View Perú Representative and a private adapted vehicle will be arranged accordingly to your flight schedule taking you to Cusco Airport and continuing with your next adventure.

We are sure that you will take with you the most authentic and beautiful memories of your Cusco visit.

Please note that, at all times throughout your wheelchair-accessible tour, your View Perú representatives are at your service. If there is anything you need, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Suggested departure flight: 12:00 pm
Maximum altitude: Cusco City – 3400 masl/ 11154.9 ft.
Notes: If you are interested in extending your trip to another Peru destination, please feel free to contact us since we do offer extensions to Lima, Lake Titicaca, Arequipa, and more.
Meals included: Breakfast and snacks.

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Departure & Return Location

Jorge Chavez airport in Lima

Departure Time

Depending on the arrival time of your flight.

Price Includes

  • A private, hand-crafted and fully personalized private tour from start to finish.
  • Professional english-speaking guides with knowledge of all diverse attractions along the route.
  • A professional assistant each day of the tour available only during the activities (we do not offer nursing services or Personal Care Attendants).
  • All transfers indicated in wheelchair accessible vehicles.
  • 06 nights in accessible accommodations of your selection with all the facilities and adapted bathrooms.
  • All Cultural attractions and excursions.
  • Round trip train tickets (Usual train stations: Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes, Aguas Calientes – Poroy) Train stations and train schedules are subject to availability, also due to rainy season Poroy train station is closed from January to April of each year.
  • Machu Picchu entrance fee.
  • Round trip bus tickets from Aguas Calientes town to Machu Picchu citadel.
  • Meals during the program (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner) at Selected restaurants and locations. It is possible to accommodate all type of food restrictions or preferences, just please inform in advance to your travel specialist.
  • All overland private transportation.
  • First aid kit and oxygen bottle.
  • All the required Peruvian taxes (IGV).

Price Excludes

  • Extra transportation required along the program due to unforeseen circumstances.
  • Domestic or International flights.
  • Meals not mentioned.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Travel Insurance (highly recommended).
  • Gratuities.


  • 01 Standard lightweight wheel chair (just in case you need it).

Tour Price

This is a sample itinerary, which is fully customizable and can be fitted according to your preferences. please give us a much details as possible to send you a personalized proposal.


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    Important Details
    • Minimum altitude: Lima City – 5 masl/ 16.4 ft.
    • Maximum altitude: Chinchero Town – 3762 masl/ 12342.5 ft.
    • Difficulty: Easy to Moderate.
    • Meals included: Breakfasts, lunches and dinners accordingly to the program.
    • Best Season: Cusco & Sacred Valley: April to November (as this is considered dry season, but the weather in the Andes is unpredictable and there may be rains on these months as well. The program is feasible all year round)
    • Best Season: Lima: October to May (as the rest of the year is winter season here, yet you will see Lima cloudy with whitish landscapes during winter)
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    I'm a solo traveller, is there a single supplement?

    All of our programs are designed to be offered in private service. The prices are adapted to the number of travelers. If you travel alone, you will have an exclusive price for a single traveler.

    Which currency is most widely accepted on this tour?

    – United States of America: Dollar (USD)
    – Peru: Sol (PEN)
    – Credit Cards (Some commercial and local stores accept cards)

    What is cancellation policy?

    We suggest you contact one of our Sales executives to have more details about our reservation, sale and cancellation policies.