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22 days Peru Tours

22Days Peru Tour:
Bike + Full time support vehicle


22Days Peru Tour:
Bike + Full time support vehicle + Inka Trail



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22 days Peru Tour
Bike + Full time support vehicle +
Inka trail


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 Day 1: Lima

Arrival. Reception and meeting with our representative. Transfer to the hotel in Lima. Lima city tour in the afternoon or evening depending on arrival time.

 Day 2: Lima – Pisco (Ballestas Islands)- Ica

Early morning departure. Car trip to Pisco.  In the morning boat tour to the Ballestas Islands.  Bike tour across the Paracas wildlife reserve. In the afternoon continue by car to Ica to the hotel. Visit to a local traditional winery.    


 Day 3: Nazca: Flight over the Nazca Lines)

In the morning car trip to Nasca.  Flight over the Nasca Lines.  In the afternoon bike tour to visit the archaeological sites in the outskirts of Nasca. Evening open. Overnight in a local hotel


  Day 4: To Majes

Car trip to Majes along the Southern Panamerican Highway. On the way stop to visit the Sacaco fossilized whales deposit and at Puerto Inka lodge for lunch and to visit the ancient fishing settlement that was the supply source of fresh fish to the Inka emperor.  Evening arrival in a local hotel in Majes.


Day 5: Majes: Toro Muerto. To Colca

In the morning visit to the Toro Muerto extensive petroglyphs deposit.  Lunch at the traditional restaurant Punta Colorada, serving fresh water shrimps based meals.  Afternoon car trip to Colca canyon, arriving at the first town Cabanaconde in the night.        


 Day 6: Colca Canyon: Cruz del condor

Car trip to Cruz del Condor to watch condors flying around.  Nice bike ride along Colca canyon to Yanque. Stay here for lunch, and hot spring swimming pool. Overnight in a delightful basic local lodge.         


 Day 7: To Arequipa.  Full day in Arequipa

Early departure.  Car trip to Arequipa.  Arrival at 9am.  Lunch in a local restaurant to taste the delicious Arequipa’s cuisine.  Afternoon Arequipa city tour.  Overnight in a local hotel.         


 Day 8: To Puno

Car trip to Puno 6 hours.  Visit Sillustani pre inca settlement. Overnight in a local hotel.


 Day 9: Lake Titikaka: Uros and Amantani islands

Boat trip to visit the Uros floating islands and Amantani island.  Overnight in a local family house in the island. 


 Day 10: To Cusco

Return to Puno.  Car trip to Cusco. Visit some towns on the way: Pukara, Racchi, etc. Cusco arrival in the evening overnight in a local hotel. 


 Day 11: Cusco

Morning open.  Afternoon Cusco city tour. Evening open.  Overnight in a local hotel.


 Day 12: Urubamba valley: Maras - Moray

Transfer to Huaypo from here continue cycling through the Urubamba valley to the town of Maras and the experimental terraces of Moray, about 35km on dirt roads and single track, passing through small villages. Lunch at Moray with a visit to the salt mines of Salineras. Afternoon arrival to Urubamba.  Accommodation in a local lodge.         


Day 13: Inka trail 1st day Cusco - Chilca - Wayllabamba (L) (D)
Transfer to Chilca (km 88) to begin the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Lunch after three hours trek. Continue trekking towards first camp at Wayllabamba, on the way guided tour of the archaeological complex of Patallacta. Dinner and overnight at the campsite.


Day 14: Inka trail 2nd day Wayllabamba - Warmiwañusca - Pacaymayo (B) (L) (D)
After breakfast, the toughest part of the trail begin, walking towards the highest point of the Inca Trail offering breathtaking panoramic views of the whole area. After a 3 hours walk the first pass, named Warmiwañiusca is reached at approximately 4,200 m.a.s.l. After lunch you continue down to Pacaymayo for camp and have dinner.


Day 15:  Inka trail 3rd day  Pacaymayo - Puya Patamarka - Wiñay Huayna (B) (L) (D)
After breakfast start the descent towards the second pass of the trail at 3,850 m.a.s.l. with a guided visit at the archaeological complex of Runkurakay and the Inca citadel of Sayacmarca. Continue trekking towards Puya Patamarka archaeological monument. Break for lunch. Continue walking to Wiñay Huayna, guided visit of this impressive archaeological complex with a spectacular setting. Dinner and overnight at the camp.


Day 16:  Inka trail 4th day  Wiñay Huayna - Machu Picchu - Cusco (B)
After breakfast, a very early departure to arrive on time for sunrise at Machu Picchu.  One hour trek through the forest the Inti Punku, Machu Picchu’s entrance gateway is reached, impressive panoramic view of the citadel. At Machu Picchu, three-hours guided tour around the citadel, visiting the main sites and monuments. After the tour free time to wander around. Bus transfer down to Aguas Calientes and on by train to Cusco. Overnight in a local hotel.

 Day 17:  1st day Puerto Maldonado

Transfer to airport. Flight Cusco – Pto. Maldonado. Rest at the Puerto Maldonado Lodge.  4 hours river boat transfer to the Jungle Lodge at the Primary Zone of the Tambopata Wildlife Reserve.  Accomodation at the lodge.  Evening trek to the jungle.




Day 18:  2nd day Puerto Maldonado

Early trek before down to the parrot clay lick on the banks of the River Gato. After breakfast  relax time in the surroundings of the lodge, good for fishing or swim in a nearby waterfall. After lunch 1  hour journey further up the River Tambopata into the Bahuaja-Sonene National Park. Arrive at the Chuncho Collpa site in the late afternoon and camp set up on the river beach. Unique real jungle live experience.





Day 19:  3rd day Puerto Maldonado

Early wake up at dawn to watch, hear and feel jungle wildlife in the first few hours after sunrise. After breakfast follows a brief jungle trek and return to the Jungle Lodge for a Ethno botanical trek.  Lunch.  Free open afternoon for relaxing, fishing, swimming or walk to visit a local native community.  Dinner. Evening boat tour to watch caimans in the night. 


 Day 20: 4th day Puerto Maldonado

Breakfast.  Return trip to the Puerto Maldonado Lodge. Lunch.  Afternoon canoe trip and trek through the forest to Lake Sandoval. Dinner at the lodge.





 Day 21: Flight to Lima

Transfer to the airport. Flight to Lima. Transfer to the hotel in LIma
Hotel in Lima

Day 22: Depart Lima
Transfer to the airport



For 2 passengers:

In standard class hotels: U$ Click here

In superior class hotels:  U$ Click here


For 4 passengers:

In standard class hotels: U$ Click here

In superior class hotels:  U$ Click here




 Services, extras, regulations, conditions and advice.

 What is included?

Everything as stated in the tour program

 What is not included?

Everything not stated in the tour program.  Airport taxes.  Entrance fee to the Puerto Maldonado National Park and Wildlife Reserve due to the price change without notice and the payment method collected directly by the local authorities.  Extra nights in case of flight cancellations.  Insurance.

 Reservations And Payments

In your tour includes:

Inka trail: The reservation must be done minimum 90 days prior to arrival date with 50% payment. The rest must be paid 15 days before arrival date.

Jungle Puerto Maldonado: The reservation must be done minimum 45 days prior to arrival date with 50% payment.  The rest must be paid 15 days before arrival date.


Reservations cancelled 30 days before the first day of the tour will be fully refunded less money transfer and bank fees.

Reservations cancelled less than 30 days before the first day of the tour will be refunded less 30% + money transfer and bank fees.

No show is 100% not refunded.


Due to limited space in the 4x4 vehicle, boats, train, etc. only 1 medium size bag per person is allowed.  If the customer requires to bring more baggage its can be stored or forwarded to the next destinations whether suits the best.


Cicloturismo Perú won’t assume any liability due to additional costs, damages, looses or any other unfavourable issues (for persons or goods) caused by delays and cancellations of transport services, bad weather, social or political disorders or any other unexpected circumstance.


Permanent English – Spanish speaking guide available along the whole 23 days tour.  Certified experienced guide trained in quality customer service, emergency management operations and first aid.


 Transport provided by us:

  • Permanent 4x4 support vehicle from Lima to Puerto Maldonado during the whole 23 days tour.
    For 2 customers: Toyota Hi Lux 4x4 double cabin pickup
    For 4 customers: Toyota Land Cruiser 4x4 wagon.
    Full time certified driver.
    All vehicles in excellent condition and with valid insurance.
  • Bicycles.
    Top quality hard tail aluminium frame bikes with front suspension, helmet and accessories.

Transport provided by others, all has been previously tested by us:

  • Boat for Ballestas islands tour
  • Airplane for Nasca lines flight.
  • Boat for Lake Titikaka islands tour
  • Train for Machu Picchu tour
  • Boat for Quincemil – San Lorenzo and Puerto Maldonado rainforest tour.
  • Flight Puerto Maldonado. – Lima


Accommodation facilities and services considered are in good quality standard class and superior class hotels with private bathroom, permanent hot water.  Breakfast included.  Accommodation is on double occupancy basis. 

Places in which accommodation is in basic local lodges, local families houses or camp according with travel plan: Yanque in Colca canyon, Amantani island in Lake Titikaka, Lares in Cusco, Inka Trail, Aguas Calientes near Machu Picchu, Jungle in Puerto Maldonado.


All tours all fully supported by following items:

First aid equipment and medicines.

Technical support for vehicles and bikes including spare parts.

Navigation equipment: GPS navigator, compass and maps.

Camping equipment: Two persons dome tents, camping and cooking utensils.  Sleeping bags and mats are not included.

Communication equipment: For permanent communication along the way nation wide range cellular phone operating where signal is available. For emergency communication from remote locations the 4x4 vehicle is equipped with HF radiocommunication equipment in case telephone is not available.

Safety: The route is safe but in case of an accident, emergency or unexpected situation arises, the guide is trained in emergency management operations with a priority command on customers safety and well being.  This includes immediate evacuation to a safe  place, transfer by the fastest and safest way to the nearest hospital and organize the best solution according with the facing issue.

Special health care: in case a customer requires special health care we are in condition to help or provide whatever would be necessary.  The special health care information should be provided in advance.  Yellow Fever vaccination is required 10 days before to enter the jungle areas.

 24/7 Services

24 hours / 7 days services are guaranteed.  The guide escorts the customers on a permanent basis along the whole tour and the support from the organization is also permanent, by this way the services provided by others to the customers are supervised by us, including advice about best places to eat, shopping, money exchange, legal issues, etc..  We don’t transfer the customers to third party companies and let them alone. A 24h hot line is available. The guide and all our staff are permanent members of our organization with expertise in all the procedures involved and related with the services provide by us and others.  The tour group is permanently tracked and the guide submits a daily report.

 Video and photography

A full set of photos and videos of the trip will be recorded and distributed to the customers.


Two top quality jerseys specially designed for the tour customized with customer’s names printed.

Hydration fluid and drinking water available at leisure along the whole tour.

 Recommended personal clothing and equipment. Customers will need light, breathable clothing constructed of technical wicking polyester to efficiently move moisture away from the skin so that it can evaporate quickly and dry up. 2 long-sleeved shirts, 2 short sleeved shirts and 2 removable legs pants, 2 pairs of low profile breathable light hiking shoes or running shoes, a raincoat, sunglasses, hat, swimsuit, a sweatshirt and a warm polarfleece lightweight jacket. Biking gloves. Insect repellent, high factor sunscreen, personal medication, water bottle, binoculars, head flashlight and rechargeable batteries and charger, pocket knife, and a camera with plenty of film or high capacity memory card. Sleeping bag and pad.