Peru Family Multi-Adventure Tour

Small Group Adventures for:

Couples, Friends & Solos Adults 18+

Women's Adventures Women 18+

Families with Young Adults 20s & Beyond Best for ages 20+ (min. age 18)

Families with Older Teens & 20s Best for ages 17-23 (min. age 14)

Families with Teens & Kids Best for ages 9-17 (min. age 4)

One or more kids 17+ required (siblings 14+ ok)

From $6,399 - $6,749 /person

8 days

7 nights

Activity Levels 1-3

We categorize our trips based on a range of activity levels from leisurely (1) to avid (5) with plenty of options in between.

Premiere Hotels

Premiere Hotels - From lavish luxury to on-trend boutique, offering experiences as unique as the regions we explore.

Casual Plus Hotels - A step above Casual but not quite Premiere.

Casual Hotels - Known for their character, charm and proximity to outdoor adventures and Backroads activities.

Small Luxury Ships - Unpack once and cover more distance on an intimate ship with spacious staterooms and superb amenities.

Peru Family Multi-Adventure Tour

Small Group Adventures for:

Couples, Friends & Solos Adults 18+

Women's Adventures Women 18+

Families with Young Adults 20s & Beyond Best for ages 20+ (min. age 18)

Families with Older Teens & 20s Best for ages 17-23 (min. age 14)

Families with Teens & Kids Best for ages 9-17 (min. age 4)

One or more kids 17+ required (siblings 14+ ok)

8 days

7 nights

Activity Levels 1-3

We categorize our trips based on a range of activity levels from leisurely (1) to avid (5) with plenty of options in between.

Premiere Hotels

Premiere Hotels - From lavish luxury to on-trend boutique, offering experiences as unique as the regions we explore.

Casual Plus Hotels - A step above Casual but not quite Premiere.

Casual Hotels - Known for their character, charm and proximity to outdoor adventures and Backroads activities.

Small Luxury Ships - Unpack once and cover more distance on an intimate ship with spacious staterooms and superb amenities.

2024: Jun-Jul 2025: Jun-Jul

From $6,399 - $6,749 /person

Cusco, Sacred Valley & Machu Picchu

Standing above Machu Picchu, wispy clouds floating by, the jagged Andes in the background, you'll snap the photo. But actually being there—it will forever reset your view of humanity. How did they do it? There are few places on Earth like this. And to think, it's only one moment in a week's worth of incredible moments with your family.

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Walk/Hike
Bike

Highlights

  • Unearth the secrets of fascinating Machu Picchu, and explore sky-high Cusco, alive with Inca history
  • Bike through untouched Peruvian villages in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, alongside the mighty Urubamba River
  • Hike to Incan ceremonial sites and connect with our local guide for an in-depth look into the diverse ancient civilizations of Peru
  • Discover Peru's flavors and culture in private homes and haciendas as you enjoy farm-to-table meals and learn about local traditions
Peru Multi-Adventure Tour  map

Peru

Start/End Cusco

Airports & Travel details*

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Itinerary

Days 1-3

Description

Bike in the altiplano through ancient Inca farmland and high-altitude terraces • Enjoy a private farm-to-table lunch in the home of a local family • Explore Las Salineras, a stunningly beautiful honeycomb of tiered pools • Join an exclusive cooking demonstration with a local chef • Explore the magical ruins of Pisac, site of the largest known Inca cemetery • At exclusive Hacienda Sarapampa, learn traditional farming techniques the owners have implemented for three generations • Pedal through the Sacred Valley amid a panorama of snowy peaks and traditional villages • Engage with Quechua culture in a community famous for its master weavers • Visit the world-renowned ceramics studio of Pablo Seminario.

Accommodations

Nights 1-3

Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba
Urubamba
Premiere Hotel

Situated in the heart of the picturesque Urubamba Valley, this contemporary hotel is inspired by colonial design and local cultural history. (spa)

Hotels may vary based on departure. Any variations will be displayed when selecting a departure under Dates & Prices.

Days 4-5

Description

Get ready to be awed by the incredible ruins of Machu Picchu—an Inca retreat built in the 15th-century • After a train ride, hike the Inca Trail to the famed Gate of the Sun for a bird’s-eye view of Machu Picchu • Joined by a local expert, spend a second day exploring more corners of spellbinding Machu Picchu.

Accommodations

Nights 4-5

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Aguas Calientes
Premiere Hotel

This eco-friendly hotel's Andean-style casitas blend seamlessly into the surrounding cloud forest. (pool, spa)

Hotels may vary based on departure. Any variations will be displayed when selecting a departure under Dates & Prices.

Days 6-8

Description

Wander through Cusco, once the center of the pre-Columbian Inca Empire • Visit Coricancha, a Spanish colonial church built atop the ruins of an Inca temple • Our local guide joins us as we journey through the Temple of the Moon and Sacsayhuamán • Shop for handicrafts in the local markets and check out the action in the Plaza de Armas.

Accommodations

Nights 6-7

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas
Cusco
Premiere Hotel

This luxurious property, a former palace set in a tranquil plaza behind Cusco's main square, offers personal butler service and is home to the city's first outdoor pool. Travel + Leisure World's Best. (pool, spa)

Hotels may vary based on departure. Any variations will be displayed when selecting a departure under Dates & Prices.

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Straight Talk

We want to make sure you're on the trip that's right for you. Every Backroads trip is unique and this one is no exception.

Hiking the Inca Trail

One of our hikes requires an Inca Trail permit that Backroads will obtain on your behalf (included in your trip price). Therefore, we recommend booking your trip at least 3-4 months prior to departure to have the best chance of securing your permit.

Also, due to national park regulations and difficulty securing permits, your Backroads leaders may not be able to accompany you along the hike requiring an Inca Trail permit. If they're unable to join you, you will always be well supported by our local Peruvian guide, who we've worked with for years, and a staff of porters.

Terrain & Trail Support
Our hikes through Peru's captivating rugged terrain climb rocky and sometimes uneven paths, many of which are remote and do not intersect with roads. Vehicles will get us to and from the trailheads, but the nature of these trails is such that we won't see our vans along the route. Ample trail support in the form of water, snacks and encouragement is provided by your Backroads leaders and local guides.
Hiking on Your Own
This trip has been designed to offer as many hiking options as possible. Since many of the trails are unmarked, we recommend that you hike with the company of a Backroads leader or one of our local support staff. On the few days when we're in national parks, regulations require you to hike in the company of one of our certified park guides.
Air-Conditioning

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is a Premiere Hotel. While it offers outstanding service and amenities, please note that it is not equipped with air-conditioning. Despite the region's generally temperate climate and cool nights, guestrooms can occasionally become warm during peak temperatures.

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Hotels

World-Class Hotels

Our hand-selected Premiere hotels offer exceptional hospitality and experiences as special as the regions we explore.

Hotels may vary based on departure. Any variations will be displayed when selecting a departure under Dates & Prices.

Nights 1-3

Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba
Urubamba

Premiere Hotel

Situated in the heart of the picturesque Urubamba Valley, this contemporary hotel is inspired by colonial design and local cultural history. (spa)

Nights 4-5

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
Aguas Calientes

Premiere Hotel

This eco-friendly hotel's Andean-style casitas blend seamlessly into the surrounding cloud forest. (pool, spa)

Nights 6-7

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas
Cusco

Premiere Hotel

This luxurious property, a former palace set in a tranquil plaza behind Cusco's main square, offers personal butler service and is home to the city's first outdoor pool. Travel + Leisure World's Best. (pool, spa)

From $6,399 - $6,749 /person

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Bikes

Ready to Ride

On this trip where Backroads custom titanium bikes are not available, we offer local bikes that are well suited for the terrain on our routes.

Suspension Mountain Bike
Suspension Mountain Bike

Included in your trip price

Backroads Titanium Mountain Bike
Rigid Mountain Bike

Included in your trip price

From $6,399 - $6,749 /person

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