Peru is one of a select few places on earth where the present resonates with rich, vibrant history. Its past is powerfully evident in evocative Inca hilltop ruins, enigmatic lines carved into the desert, and museums filled with sophisticated pre-Columbian ceramics. Long-held traditions live on: in hand-woven alpaca textiles sold by highland artisans in village markets; in Inca trails etched into the mountains, now thrilling ecotourism routes; and in Andean customs and festivals that reveal the deeply held beliefs of a spiritual people. Visitors to Peru will discover a country respectful of the past but on the move, embracing a future of new possibilities.

Journeys In Peru

Essential Peru
4 Nights: Lima, Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu

Essential Peru is a distillation of the country’s richness and diversity. Explore all the highlights from Lima to Machu Picchu.See Full Itinerary

Insiders Peru
6 Nights: Lima, Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu


Experience Cusco close up before heading to the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu. Expert guides accompany you, bringing fascinating ancient cultures to life.See Full Itinerary

Unmissable Peru
7 Nights: Lima, Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu


Explore all the highlights, from Lima through to Machu Picchu. Plus special experiences off the beaten track…See Full Itinerary

Adventurous Peru
7 Nights: Lima, Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu


Hike Inca trails, ride Paso horses, raft along the Urubamba River. All of the key experiences, plus high energy thrills.Find Out More

The Hiram Bingham

Named after the American academic who rediscovered Machu Picchu for the world in 1911, and operated by Peru Rail, the Hiram Bingham luxury train transports guests to the great Inca ruins and back to an era of old-world elegance and romance. The palatial, 1920’s style Pullman carriages course
through breath taking scenery, crossing the Andes, wending their way through the Sacred Valley, and tracing the bend of the Urubamba River. Their destination: the Lost City of the Incas. Departing from Poroy station, just outside Cusco, you may feel as though you should dress in black tie. Yet most travellers are decked out in hiking gear, ready for their Machu Picchu adventure. Dining tables are
beautifully set with crystal and polished cutlery, and a team of white-gloved waiters attends to your every need.

The Best Way To Travel

From Cusco-Poroy to Machu Picchu – Brunch is served on board while local guides are at hand to explain key points of interest en route. They also accompany guests to visit the ruins at Machu Picchu.
Afternoon Tea is served at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, located just steps from the ancient citadel.

From Machu Picchu to Cusco-Poroy – On the return journey pre-dinner cocktails are served, accompanied by live entertainment, followed by a four-course gastronomic dinner.

The rates for a round-trip Poroy-Machu Picchu-Poroy start at USD734 per person.