This adrenaline-packed tour will take you down-hill biking through cloud forests, rafting through rapids, ziplining through trees and trekking on the original Inca trail, making it one of the most popular ways to get to Machu Picchu. Prepare for the experience of a lifetime, culminating in the grand finale of the legendary Machu Picchu. We will create a safe environment for you to test your limits and enjoy an extreme adventure. With more than five years as an Inca Trek tour operator, Southern Peruvian Explorers is here to give you a safe and unforgettable experience.

Extreme Sports, Adventure, Inca Ruins


Biking (76km/ 47mi) Rafting (12km/ 7.45mi) Zip Line (2.5km/ 1.5mi) Hiking (27km/16.7)

This expedition is for adventure lovers who want an adrenaline-packed experience

1430m – 4200m

4 Days/ 3 Nights


Day 1: Cusco – Santa María (Biking and Rafting)

Day 2: Santa Maria – Santa Teresa (Hiking)

Day 3: Santa Teresa – Aguas Calientes (Zip-Lining, Rock Climbing, and Hiking)

Day 4: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco (Exploring Ruins)

Day 1

Cusco - Abra Malaga - Santa Maria

This epic trip will begin with an early, 7am pick up from your accommodation in Cusco. We will drive about two hours to the Incan resting place of Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley. After a short break in Ollantaytambo, we will continue driving for another 1.5 hours to the Abra Milagra– a hike mountain pass that separates the dry and cold, Andean sierra from the transitionary, Ceja de Selva, eyebrow of the jungle. This cold and picturesque peak marks the starting point of downhill biking. Our guides will give you a full safety briefing in preparation for a 3-hour descent by bike, where you will pass through small villages, streams, and coffee and fruit plantations. We will make a brief detour to visit the archeological site of Huamanmarca and then continue onwards to our final destination for the day, Santa Maria, where we will enjoy a delicious lunch. After lunch, we will take a quick rest, and with energy levels replenished, we will prepare for an exhilarating rafting excursion on the nearby Vilcanota river, known to have rapids that vary between Level II and Level IV. After our rafting excursion, we will return to Santa Maria where we will share a delicious dinner and then rest in hostel accommodations. Facts and Figures: Active Time: approximately 6 hours, Distance Covered: 76km/ 47mi, Elevation Gain: -2770m/ - 9,088ft, Starting Point: Abra Milagra 4200m /13,779ft, Ending point: Santa Maria, 1430m/ 4691ft
Day 2

Santa Maria - Santa Teresa

Today we will cover 16km from the town of Santa Maria to Santa Teresa. We will depart early, scaling up jungle mountains on foot. For some of our trek, we will be walking on an ancient, Inca trail. We will pass through beautiful country with native animals, coffee and coca plantations, and lots of tropical fruits. We will stop to rest and have lunch in the town of Quellomayo before continuing on our journey. We will pass the Urubamba river as we arrive at our final resting place for the day, Santa Teresa, known for its thermal baths. You will have the option to visit the thermal baths before dinner. We will dine as a group, and after, retire to our hostel accommodations for the night. Facts and Figures: Active Time: approximately 6 hours, Distance Covered: 16km/ 10mi, Elevation Gain:120m/ 394ft, Starting Point: Santa Maria, 1430m/ 4691ft, Ending Point: Santa Teresa, 1550m/ 5085ft
Day 3

Santa Terea - Aguas Calientes

After breakfast, we will take an exhilarating adventure 250 meters above the ground. Southern Peruvian Explorers has teamed up with the Vertikal Adventure Park in Santa Teresa to give you a thrilling experience that includes five of the highest, fastest, and safest ziplines in Peru! Before your flight through the forest begins, your guides will teach you proper zipping and safety techniques. After, we will securely harness you in and attach you by pulley to a double cable, safely anchored into two separate mountains. You will zip from mountain to mountain, crossing canyons and covering over 2500m/ 8202ft in total. The longest section you will pass is 1000m/ 3280ft. You will be flying, reaching a maximum speed of 70km/ 43mi per hour! You will also have the opportunity to scale a 50m/ 164ft climbing wall before we take a break for lunch. After our morning adventure, we will drive to a Hydroelectric dam, located in a forested valley near Machu Picchu. There, we will have lunch before continuing our journey on foot. We will follow the nearby train tracks for two hours to the town of Aguas Calientes, located directly below the ruins of Machu Picchu. In Aguas Calientes, we will dine together and then retire to our hostel accommodations, in anticipation of our big next day at Machu Picchu. Facts and Figures: Active Time: approximately 5 hours, Distance Covered: 11km/ 6.8mi, Elevation Gain: 490m/ 1608ft, Starting Point: Santa Teresa, 1550m/ 5085ft, Ending Point: Aguas Calientes 2040/ 6692ft
Day 4

Machu Picchu - Cusco

We will board an early bus to Machu Picchu. Upon arrival, you will receive a 2-hour guided tour of all of the most significant sites while learning about Incan history and culture. Afterward, you will have some free time to explore a part of Machu Picchu on your own before returning to Aguas Calientes as a group by bus. In Aguas Calientes, you will have a large selection of restaurants to choose from for lunch. We’ll then board an afternoon train to return to Cusco. Our drivers will meet us at the train station with Mercedes Benz Sprinter vans to chauffeur you back to your Cusco accommodation.


You will receive a briefing at your hotel the evening before the start of the program. For programs that start on Monday, group briefings are on Saturday, two days ahead of the program. Please consider our tour briefing in your travel plans and plan accordingly.



All of our guides have studied English and Tourism at Cusco National University. They have all grown up in the region and have a true passion to teach others about their heritage. They are fun yet professional and will ensure you are safe and happy throughout your trip with us.



We provide clean water at all meals and carry enough for you to consistently refill your water bottle. We recommend that you bring a water bottle or camelback that has a capacity of at least 3 liters.



We provide you with a wetsuit, water shoes, life jacket, helmet, and all other necessary equipment to ensure you a warm, comfortable and safe ride, coasting the rapids of the Vilcanota river.



We secure you with a Pextl harness, helmet and gloves so you can zip from mountain to mountain safely. We continually test and renew our zip line equipment so that you can feel confident zipping through the air.



We equip you with top-of-the-line, MOSSO suspension bikes, a full face helmet and additional safety equipment, continually repaired and renewed by us, to ensure you the safest experience on your descent from Abra Milagra. Our guides are experts in bike maintenance and safety to assist you with any situation you may face while on the roads.



We will provide you with a Pextl harness, gloves, and a helmet.



Southern Peruvian Explorers is one of the few tour operators authorized to operate on the Inca Trail and at Machu Picchu. Upon receiving your information and deposit, we will purchase your permits, depending upon the availability of the Inca Trail. These permits are registered in your name with a specific date and cannot be modified after confirmation. This permit includes your entrance to Machu Picchu. The Santa Teresa hot springs cost of entry is also included in your expedition cost.



During your trek, all lodging accommodations are included.

Entrance ticket inca trail


Every SPE guide has received training in first aid from a physician. We conduct mandatory training sessions every February, which every single SPE tour guide must attend. Your tour guide will always have a first-aid kit for basic medical problems (traveler’s diarrhea, cuts, scrapes, etc.) and oxygen. We will get you off the trail as quickly and comfortably as possible, if needed, and ensure you get directly to a clinic for treatment. Every guide is also equipted with a sateliette phone that can be used anywhere on the mountain to connect anywhere in the world in case of an emergency. For an extra cost, these can be used for personal calls as well.



Every SPE guide has received training in first aid from a physician. We conduct mandatory training sessions every February, which every single SPE tour guide must attend. Your tour guide will always have a first-aid kit for basic medical problems (traveler’s diarrhea, cuts, scrapes, etc.) and oxygen. We will get you off the trail as quickly and comfortably as possible, if needed, and ensure you get directly to a clinic for treatment. Every guide is also equipted with a sateliette phone that can be used anywhere on the mountain to connect anywhere in the world in case of an emergency. For an extra cost, these can be used for personal calls as well.

Inca Trail Medication


We provide you with a cotton Southern Peruvian Explorers t-shirt to remember your epic experience.


Huayna Picchu

Huayna Picchu is the mountain that juts up, next to Machu Picchu. For a $75 charge, you can take the 45 minute hike to the top after your tour of Machu Picchu. If you are interested in hiking Huayna Picchu, we will need to make a reservation at least one month in advance, due to popularity. Please understand that weather is out of our control.



The majority of the altitude points on the Inca Trail are lower than the altitude of Cusco (3400m/ 11,155ft,) making Cusco the perfect place to acclimatize for several days before your trek.

The Classic Inca Trail begins at a place called Kilometer 82, at 2,600/ 8520ft. From Km 82, the trail gently descends for the morning, before making an afternoon ascent to Yuncachimpa, at 3,152m/ 10,341ft.

The second day of the Inca Trail is the most challenging, as the trail climbs to over 4,200m/ 13,780ft to summit the Dead Woman Pass. At this point, you will most likely feel the effects of the altitude as there will be less oxygen in the air. From the pass, the trail will descend for several hours to the camp of Caquiccocha, at 3,600m/ 11,811ft.

From Chaquiccocha, the trail will gently descend to the Sun Gate, onwards to Machu Picchu at

2,400m/ 7874ft.


PRICE : 2019-2020

Group Services:

You will be joining a group of trekkers who come from all over the world, providing you a great opportunity to make new friends and have fun. Our Group Services have set dates and require at least 4 persons to open the group. Groups with four or more persons will pay the set expedition price. In the case that a group does not have four or more persons, the price will be divided among participants.

Private Services:

We also offer exclusive tours, arranged just for you and your party. You choose the departure date, group size and the duration of the trek. Our Private Services accommodate your physical pace and your food preferences. Private Services means enjoying quieter campsites and meeting fewer travelers along the route. All private groups include additional services, such as extra porters/wranglers to carry your personal belongings, and extra blankets and pillows for ultimate comfort.


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Why Choose Southern Peru Explorers?

Our Approach

Often times, tour agencies here in Cusco only serve as intermediaries who connect visitors with a third party tour company. At Southern Peru Explorers, we are proud to say that we operate all of our own treks, enabling us to uphold the highest tour standards, minimize miscommunications, and give you the personalized service that you deserve.

Our Values

We are also proud to say that we value and treat all of our staff, paying our porters, chefs, wranglers, and guides, on average 20% higher than other tour companies. We supply our staff with all the necessary supplies for treks, such as ample food, sleeping bags, clothing, boots, and back support. And, we also guarantee our staff a minimum number of treks per month, and a stable income throughout the year, helping to relieve some of the uncertainties that can arise when working with other tour agencies during low season.

Our Guides

Southern Peru Explorers has great guides! We recruit some of the best guides in the region, all backed by years of experience, proper licensing, updated certifications, and excellent client reviews. We have guides that specialize in bird watching, spiritualism, flora & fauna, archaeology, history, architecture, and anthropology. These same guides also run our traditional treks, giving you a rich overlay of thematic expertise in addition to the general explanations you will receive. All of our guides are fluent in English and Spanish, and we can provide guides that speak French, German, Italian, Chinese and Japanese upon request. Most importantly, all of our guides are trained in Advanced First Aid & Rescue to ensure your utmost safety on the trails. We also limit our groups to 12 people to ensure that you’ll receive personal attention and not feel lost among the crowd.

Our State-of-the-Art Equipment

Southern Peru Explorers uses top-of-the-line equipment from brand names such as North Face, Doite, and Eureka. We frequently test, maintain and renew our equipment to ensure your comfort and safety, no matter the weather conditions.

Our Food Quality and Safety

On our treks, we provide you with snacks and tea in addition to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We are attentive to your dietary restrictions and preferences and we’re happy to accommodate a vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, Atkins diet, etc. at no additional cost. We do not pack processed and packaged junk foods, but instead prepare dishes with quality, natural ingredients from the area. All of our chefs are trained in HACCP hygiene practices and cook with purified water to keep you safe and healthy throughout your trek.

Our Commitment to the Environment

Southern Peru Explorers adheres to a strict, leave-no-trace policy. We use biodegradable soaps, dishwashing liquids, and garbage bags. We pack out every single thing that we carry in and we participate in trail-cleaning initiatives year-round.

We’re Legit

Southern Peru Explorers operates lawfully. Many tour operators do not declare all of their sales or alter their earnings to avoid paying certain taxes. Here at Southern Peru Explorers, we pay an 18% sales tax, a consumption tax, and a 30% income tax.

Our Reviews

Southern Peru Explorers has satisfied customers. On our Trip Advisor page, you can read many testimonials and reviews from content customers with wonderful memories. We have been operating since 2013, proving our consistency and reliability in the services we provide.

Our prices reflect the integrity of our services. By supporting responsible tour companies like us, you are promoting the preservation of the land and helping rather than hurting local communities.

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In order to hike the Inca Trail, you must have a permit which we will obtain for you.
The first step to making this booking is to make sure these permits from the government are still available.
These links are updated in real time. You just need a permit for your start date.


To hike the Inca Trail, you must have a permit, which we will obtain for you. The first step to booking your trek is to make sure government permits are still available for your desired start date.

The Availability Calendar below is an interactive tool provided by the Peruvian Government for all tour operators who are authorized to operate on the Inca Trail. The maximum number of Inca Trail permits per day is 500. The support staff is included within these five hundred, meaning that approximately 200 permits are allocated for tourists and the remaining 300 are for cooks, porters, and guides.

This Availability Calendar is updated in real time. Availability information here corresponds to the Classic Four Day Trek. You just need a permit for your start date. If permits for your desired date are Sold Out, we recommend that you make a reservation for the following year, or that you consider an alternative trek to get to Machu Picchu, such as the Short Inca Trail or Salkantay Trek.

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is closed for maintenance during February each year and is reopened to the public on March 1.

In selecting your permits, here are some things you should take into account:

  • All Inca Trail operators and agencies share this same calendar, updated in real time by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.
  • The number of availabilities can change rapidly. Agencies usually reserve 30 spaces. Do not be surprised if available spaces become sold out quickly.
  • The availabilities shown are for the Short Inca Trail 2 Day Trek, The Classic Inca Trail 4 Day Trek, and the Inca Trail 5 Day Trek.
  • Availability is exclusively administered by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.

The Inca Trail is closed for maintenance for the entire month of February and reopens to the public on March 1.




The notorious Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is just one of the many breath-taking treks available here in Peru. While the Inca Trail is subject to various restrictions and limited access, there are alternative treks, such as the Salkantay Trek and the Lares Trek, that are easier to arrange and are just as rewarding.


We seek to make booking with Southern Peruvian Expeditions a piece of cake. Send us an email via our contact form on our website including all of the details of your party on one form. We will be in touch with you shortly regarding a 50% deposit we ask per person, which can be made separately or together. Once we receive your deposit and details, we will reserve your permits, and then send you a confirmation email regarding your trip with an attached invoice.


Only authorized Inca Trail tour operators like Southern Peruvian Explorers can secure permits from the Peruvian Ministry of Culture. Once we reserve your permit, your name and start date cannot be altered under any circumstance; we will only be able to change your passport number.

To change your passport number, the Ministry of Culture requires a copy of your new passport and old passport. If you do not have your old passport, a government-issued ID with the same name will be accepted.


Most visitors arrive in Cusco by plane. The Cusco airport is a domestic travel airport only, so if you are coming directly from abroad via Lima, it is imperative that you claim your bags in Lima and re-check them for Cusco. Five airlines fly roundtrip between Lima and Cusco: LATAM, Avianca, Star Peru, Peruvian, and Sky. We recommend LATAM and Aviana, as they tend to be the most reliable and accommodating when there are flight cancellations and delays.


Cusco is full of beautiful and unique hotels, hostels and AirBNBs. The choice is truly yours. That being said, there are parts of the historic center that are difficult, if not impossible to navigate by car. We will let you know in advance if we cannot pick you up from your accommodation, in which case, we will arrange another meeting point. We are also happy to provide a list of hotel recommendations per request.


Cusco sits at 3399m/ 11,152ft above sea level and the majority of our treks are located at similar, if not, higher altitudes. Because of this, some guests experience symptoms of altitude sickness as their body adjusts to the change in altitude. A general, but not an exhaustive list of symptoms include headaches, exhaustion, shortness of breath, rapid pulse, dizziness, nausea and/or vomiting.

To help acclimatize to the altitude here in the Andes, we recommend that you get sufficient sleep, drink plenty of water, eat easily-digestible foods, drink coca tea with a little bit of sugar added, and take it easy on physical activity for the first few days. You can also ask your Doctor about the following medications to help with altitude acclimatization: Diamox, Sorochi, and Grovol. All of these medications can be found in Peruvian drugstores.


If you would prefer to stay in the Sacred Valley, we recommend that you stay in Ollantaytambo, a beautiful town that is located on the way to the Inca Trail. We will pick you up in Ollantaytambo, about an hour and a half after collecting our guests in Cusco. Nonetheless, it is imperative that you attend the pre-expedition briefing that we give in Cusco. If you are considering staying in the Sacred Valley before your trek, please contact us to arrange an expedition briefing time that suits your plans.


Yes, please let us know one month in advance so that we can purchase your train ticket for the following day. The return train ticket is included in the expedition cost, however, you are responsible for all additional costs incurred, such as food and lodging.


Most hotels and homes in Peru have electrical outlets that are suitable for the standard US outlet and the South American outlet.



Most of the treks in Cusco are considered to be moderately difficult. While being relatively fit can help you get the most out of your experience and complete your trek comfortably, we believe the largest factor to consider is the altitude. The majority of our treks are above 3000m/ 10,000ft sea level We strongly recommend that you acclimatize in Cusco for at least two days before departing on your trek. If you want to train for your trek, we suggest that you do stair exercises and use the treadmill on the steep incline.


The Inca Trail involves climbing down ancient Inca-made steps that vary in height. To give extra support to your ankles, we suggest that you pack light hiking boots that cover and protect the ankles.


Like sturdy hiking boots, the use of walking sticks will lessen the impact on your knees and feet as we walk down many many Incan stairs. Walking sticks will also come in handy during our steep ascents! If you choose to bring walking sticks, make sure that the sticks have rubber tips on the ends. If not, the park ranger will not permit you to use them. You can purchase rubber tips here in Cusco, in case you forget yours at home!


At the briefing, we will give you a personal duffel bag to pack all of your personal belongings. This duffel will be carried by our team of porters, and thus should not exceed more than 7kgs /15.4 lbs, including your Southern Peruvian Explorers sleeping bag and air mattress. You will not have access to your duffel bag during the day, so all personal items needed for hiking (e.g. water bottle, camera, extra layers, sunglasses, sunscreen) should be packed in a personal day pack.


All luggage that is not necessary for the trek should stay in Cusco. The majority of hotels and hostels here in Cusco will store your luggage at no extra cost to the guest. We are also willing to store your luggage at our Southern Peruvian Explorers headquarters, located at Calle Garcilaso 265.


Generally speaking, the dry season runs from April to September, and the rainy season is from November to February. March and October are typically transitionary months, with both rain and intense sun. That being said, the climate patterns here in Peru have been changing drastically in the past few years. Prepare for both sun and rain by packing a brimmed hat, sunscreen and a waterproof layer. The temperatures here in Cusco remain relatively consistent all year, with cold mornings and evenings. Pack a fleece and down layer to keep warm at night and for the start of our hike each morning. By mid-morning, when the sun is bright, you will most likely want short sleeves for hiking. We recommend that you pack layers, both in your duffel and your day bag so that you will always have options.


On the final day of your trek, there is a tipping custom. All hikers will put their tips together to give to the guide and to the chef. The chef is responsible for distributing the money equally among all of the cooks and porters. We advise that you tip between $30 and $75, according to the level of service you believe you have received.


Booking Procedures

Once Southern Peru Explorers has received your deposit and you have received a written, confirmed reservation from us, you automatically enter into a booking contract with Southern Peru Explorers. Please read the terms and conditions below so that you are informed about the state of your booking.

Payment / Deposit

When you place a reservation with us, we require a deposit per person to hold your space. This deposit is non-refundable in the event of a guest cancellation. The remaining balance for your expedition must be paid before a given date, communicated to you by our booking agents.

Cancellation by Southern Peru Explorers

We, Southern Peru Explorers, maintain the right to cancel any trip for the following reasons:

If guest payment is not received before the deadline given by the booking agent. In this case, your deposit is non-refundable.

The inability to operate a tour due to extenuating circumstances, including but not limited to extreme weather, technical issues, overbooking, the closing of accommodations, protests, government or tourism bodies’ decisions.

When these situations occur, Southern Peru Explorers will try its best to maintain the original travel plans. If carrying out the original travel plans is not possible, we may alter the amount of time spent in a destination or omit a part of the travel package to keep you safe.

In these circumstances, no refunds will be given for visa costs, medical costs, airplane tickets, etc. However, Southern Peru Explorers will propose alternatives to the original travel arrangements, with all additional costs being paid for by guests.

Alterations by the Client

If you need to change your original travel plans with us, the price for the alteration will depend on the scope of the alternation you request. If you request a minor change that does not greatly affect the travel itinerary, we will not charge you an additional fee. For large requests that require significant communication, new or additional tickets or entrance fees, or cancelations, we will charge you with an additional fee. If you request a change after the start date of your tour, we will do our best to grant these changes, however, we cannot guarantee that your request/s will be granted.

Cancellation by the Client

If you choose to cancel your tour, you must submit your cancelation in writing to Southern Peru Explorers via email. Unfortunately, your deposit will not be refunded. Additionally, we are not liable to return any money that has already been spent on accommodations for your trek, such as food, lodging, or tours, nor are we responsible for any cancellation fees incurred.

Cancellation by Client for Private Services

If you have booked a private tour with Southern Peru Explorers, we must receive a cancellation in writing from you at least 60 days in advance of your departure date to receive a 50% refund. If you inform us of your cancellation 30-59 days before your departure date, you will receive a 20% refund. If you inform us of your cancellation within 30 days of your departure date, you will not be eligible for a refund.

Acceptance of Risk

At Southern Peru Explorers, we strive to put you in authentic environments, to show you the true landscape of Peru. Therefore, there is an innate element of risk in our itineraries. In booking a tour with Southern Peru Explorers, you, as our client, accept the risk of possible physical or emotional injury, paralysis, death, or damage to your property. You are responsible for knowing your own physical and emotional health and your limits. Ultimately, you must assess your ability to take on the risks inherent to our expeditions, before booking a tour with us. Southern Peru Explorers is absolved of all responsibility or costs associated with injuries or accidents that affect client health during their trip.

Authority During the Tour

Throughout the duration of your tour, your Southern Peru Explorers guide will have the final say on all issues that could endanger the health or safety of any or all members of the tour group.

Furthermore, we expect that you adhere to all laws, drug regulations, and customs of Peru. Clients who refuse to comply with the following guidelines, and/or who pose a threat to themselves or others, will be rightfully removed from their tour by a tour guide without the possibility of a refund.

Travel Documents

You are responsible for securing proper identification before your departure to Peru. You must have a legal passport with more than 6-month validity and an authorized visa to travel in Peru. While Southern Peru Explorers may make suggestions regarding visas, vaccinations, packing requirements, etc., these suggestions are given in good faith and are not ultimately our responsibility.

Extenuating Circumstances and Third Party Operators

Southern Peru Explorers is not responsible for damages or losses associated with extenuating or unforeseeable circumstances that are outside of our control. While Southern Peru Explorers works hard to minimize risk, we are not responsible for matters which can include but are not limited to, visa refusal, closed borders, political issues (strikes, war, government mandates, etc.), extreme weather, delayed flights, or mechanical failures. As a result of these unforeseeable circumstances, you will assume all extra costs required to rebook, avoid, or ensure your safety.

While Southern Peru Explorers operates the majority of the services included in our tours ourselves, we book flight tickets, accommodations, and certain experiences with other operators. Southern Peru Explorers vets these companies to maintain our high standards, but these companies are independent of our organization and we cannot accept responsibility for any negligence on behalf of third-party operators. Furthermore, Southern Peru Explorers cannot be held liable for any damages/losses of property or injuries/ death to clients due to airline companies, transportation companies, accommodations, or any other third party that we work with. Additionally, any cancelations, delays, inconveniences, physical and/or emotional distress due to these outside companies are not our responsibility. In the event of cancelation by a third party organization of a service sold to our company, we will refund the money paid by the participant for that service, but accept no liability beyond this. While traveling with the airline booked, conditions and rules of this airline apply, and Southern Peru Explorers is not responsible for any money lost or additional consequences as a result of delays, cancelations, missed connections, etc.

Claims and Complaints

Any complaints regarding our company and/or your tour must first be addressed with your tour guide or representative of Southern Peru Explorers to allow ample time to try to fix the issue/s. If the issue/s have not been addressed, you are responsible for submitting a complaint in writing to

Southern Peru Explorers within seven days of the final day of your tour. Complaints will be exclusively addressed in Cusco, Peru under the jurisdiction of Peruvian Law.

Damage claims against Southern Peru Explorers are limited to the value of the item and are not to exceed the price of the tour booked. However, Southern Peru Explorers does not accept liability for any accidental or inadvertent losses.

While Southern Peru Explorers takes responsibility for the representatives we recruit, however, we do not take responsibility for third party employees or travel agents.

Your booking and payment for reservations on any Southern Peru Explorers tour or excursion include your implied consent to all of the above Terms & Conditions, creating a binding agreement between Southern Peru Explorers and you.

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