• Day 1: Arrival in Lima – Welcome to Peru
  • Day 2: Lima Puerto Maldonado – Jungle
  • Day 3: Explore Amazon – Jungle
  • Day 4: Explore Amazon – Jungle
  • Day 5: Amazon/Puerto – Cusco
  • Day 6: Explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas
  • Day 7: Ollantaytambo/Aguas Calientes-Train
  • Day 9: Discovery Machu Picchu – Cusco
  • Day 10 Explore Cusco – City Tour
  • Day 11: Flight Cusco to Lima

Hiking & Trekking


14km / 8 miles

Permit required

2,720 m / 8,900ft

2 Days


This trip introduces you to the best aspects of the Inca Trail, moving at a fairly brisk pace so you can enjoy it all. As you hike, moving through tropical forest to cloud forest, you will see flora  including orchids, Polilepis Incana (National Peruvian tree) and a variety of animals. You will also learn about the history of the Incan people from our expert guides. Four days later, you will have walked 26 miles (45 km) and crossed passes as high as 4,200m. The highlight, of course, is when you reach the magnificent Machu Picchu.

Day 1

Arrival Lima - Welcome To Peru

Once you touch down in Lima, your Peruvian family vacation with SPE has officially begun! You will find us waiting at arrivals – just look for the SPE sign bearing your name. We will then whisk you away straight to your comfy hotel, where we will check you in and help you with anything else you may need. After which, we’ll leave you to recuperate from your long flight, and get a good night’s rest before before your flight to Puerto Maldonado in the morning!
Day 2

Lima - Puerto Maldonado Amazon Jungle

Today, you will fly from the capital city of Lima to Puerto Maldonado to begin your adventure in the Tambopata region of the world’s largest tropical jungle, Amazon! Once you have touched down in Puerto Maldonado, we will switch from airplane to boat. Our winding boat trip will bring us to our rainforest lodge. We will have the chance to unpack and settle in before beginning a jungle trek to explore the amazing biodiversity surrounding us. Afterwards, we will embark for a sunset cruise on the boat before returning to the lodge for a catered dinner.
Day 3

Explore - Tambopata National Park

Today we wlll explore a local cocha, Lake Sandoval. We will canoe peacefully around the lake to get up close and personal with the endangered giant river otter. Arround us we will have the chance to see other local wildlife such as red howler monkeys, red-bellied macaws, anacondas, side-neck turtles and black caimans. We will dock our canoes to spend the afternoon at the Canopy Inkaterra Interpretation Center. Here you can fly through the canopies from observation deck to observation deck, 8 in total! You will be on the same level as brilliant birds and mammals including woodpeckers, toucans, spider monkeys and sloths. Your day will end with a winding walk around the wetlands.
Day 4

Explore - Tambopata Amazon Jungle

Today we will continue to explore the vast swathes of forest around us. We will take a boat ride to the nearby Gamitana creek. We will exit our boat to splash upstream. Get your adrenaline pumping as we walk past piranhas, caimans, turtles and birds. We will travel to the Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion nature and wildlife area, in the afternoon to again participate in an exciting canoe trip; this time past elegant herons. After which we will take a short siesta as the sun sets, so we can go out searching for nocturnal fauna like frogs, owls, or maybe even a jungle feline.
Day 5

Puerto Maldonado - Cusco

Upon touch down in Cusco, we will begin to wander around the cobblestoned streets of the old Incan capital. Your tour guide will point out the interesting mix between modern, colonial, and Incan architecture as well as highlight other important aspects of this wonderful ancient city. Afterwards, we will bring you out for a tasty traditional lunch. If you’d like to try one of the adventurous dishes of Peru, such as guinea pig, chicken hearts, or alpaca for example, just let us know and we can arrange this for you. After our meal, your private walking tour of Cusco will continue uphill to the quieter artisanal neighborhood of San Blas, the boisterous San Pedro market, and to the intriguing Museum of Pre-Columbian Art. Afterwards if time permits you have two options. If you feel ready to fearlessly tackle Cusco’s high altitude, you can continue your private tour of Cusco with a trip out to the nearby fortress of Sacsayhuaman, the temple of Q’enko, and Puca Pucara, if you’d like a more relaxing alternative we will begin our tranquil ride through the Peruvian Countryside. Regardless of which option you choose, we will spend the night in a cozy hotel in the Sacred Valley.
Day 6

Explore - Sacred Valley Of The Incas

Today you’ll travel through the Sacred Valley and continue to delve into the wonderful combination of old and new that makes Peru so culturally divers. You will be out in the pastoral valley amongst tranquil Peruvian countrysides. Here, jagged silhouettes of the Andes frame each view, and cows and sheep seem to outnumber people, The first stop will be the historical town of Ollantaytambo, where the mark of its old Inca inhabitants is readily seen while traversing the town’s streets. Moving onwards, we travel to the quaint town of Pisac, well known for its scenery, ancient ruins, and handicraft market that attract visitors and expats from all over the world. It is a perfect place to pick up patterned textiles or artful ceramics for friends and families. After, we have bought our souvenirs we will head up to the terraced ruins just above town. When you’ve gotten your fill, your driver will return you to your hotel for a relaxing evening to rest up.
Day 7

Ollantaytambo - To Aguas Calientes

This is the day you have been waiting for. The wonderful Machu Picchu. In Ollantaytambo, we will board a scenic train for the beautiful trip to Aguas Calientes, the town of Machu Picchu. We will get an early lunch at one of the numerous resteraunts in town, before our bus trip to the entrance of the new world wonder. After we have made it to the top, our private guide will meet us to begin a 2.5 hour tour of all the most important locations throughout the UNESCO World Heritage site. Once our tour has finished, you will be given time to explore, before being returned to a comfy hotel to enjoy dinner before dozing off to sleep.
Day 8

Machu Picchu - Cusco Return

On the morning of Day 8, we will return to Machu Picchu with your private guide by bus. Today, you will get to see the wonderful ruins from a different angle as you hike scale the photogenic Huayna Picchu. After a seemingly endless number of stairs, you will be rewarded with a complete view of the new world wonder and even more ruins at the top. Enjoy your descent back down to Aguas Calientes, where you will pause for a delicious lunch at one of the nearby restaurants before you scenic return train to Ollantaytambo. At the station, one of our staff members will await you and accompany you to your hotel where he will leave you to enjoy the evening as you wish.
Day 9

Cusco - City Tour

After a restful night, we will begin to wander around the cobblestoned streets of the old Incan capital. Your tour guide will point out the interesting mix between modern, colonial, and Incan architecture as well as highlight other important aspects of this wonderful ancient city. Afterwards, we will bring you out for a tasty traditional lunch. If you’d like to try one of the adventurous dishes of Peru, such as guinea pig, chicken hearts, or alpaca for example, just let us know and we can arrange this for you. After our meal, your private walking tour of Cusco will continue uphill to the quieter artisanal neighborhood of San Blas, the boisturous San Pedro market, and to the intriguing Museum of Pre-Columbian Art. Afterwards you have two options. If you feel ready to fearlessly tackle Cusco’s high altitude, you can continue your private tour of Cusco with a trip out to the nearby fortress of Sacsayhuaman, the temple of Q’enko, and Puca Pucara, if you’d like a more relaxing night, we can return you to your hotel to unwind and enjoy the city after sunset.
Day 10

Cusco - Lima, Explore Lima By Your Own

Today we will take it easy, with a short flight back to Lima. Our private transport will bring you from your hotel to the airport in Cusco for your flight back to the capital city of Peru. Once in Lima, you will be greeted at the airport and taken to Barranco, a trendy district of the city. Together we will visit the famous “Puente de los Suspiros”, a bridge surrounded by mythology and tied to young lovers, poets, and singers. Enjoy local art galleries, beautiful murals, or the picturesque main plaza in Barranco and complete your tour with a secured dinner reservation of an award-winning national cuisine before your long flight home. Buen viaje!


The night before your trek, you will come to our office for your briefing. You will receive your duffel bag that will stay with your porters, while you hike. This bag should not exceed 7 kg/14 lbs and does need to include your sleeping bag and air mattress.



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.



The SPE chefs cook delicious meals that many previous trekkers have raved about. We honor all food restrictions. Be sure to remind your tour guide of any food restrictions at the beginning of your trek. Food is typically served family-style.You will enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner each day of the trek, along with a happy hour of tea and snacks. You will also be provided a snack each morning for you to enjoy along the hike. Your last meal with your chef will be after breakfast on day four. Lunch the last day is not included.



All your transportation is included in this trek. You will be picked up directly from your hotel around 4 a.m. (unless you are staying in Ollantaytambo) and brought to KM 104, to begin your trek. The train back from Aguas Calientes is included. This is Expedition class but can be upgraded to the Vistadome train for $75 per person. Once you arrive at the train station, you will be brought back to your hotel in Cusco. Your round-trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu is also included.



2 people in each 4-people-capacity tent, to allow for higher comfort and a safe keeping of backpacks. Our tents are 3-season, highly maintained to ensure an excellent performance in field. Eureka Timberline 4 Outfitter tents are employed when double accommodation is requested and Eureka Timberline 2XT for single travelers




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.



As soon as we receive your details and a deposit, we will purchase your permits (pending availability, check our Inca Trail Availability link). These permits are for a specific date and in your name. They can’t be changed, once confirmed. Only your passport number is allowed to be updated. The permit includes an entrance to Machu Picchu.




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.

We will give you a duffel bag to use for your expedition at the briefing. This duffel will be used to carry all of your personal belongings and will be carried by our team of porters. In consideration of our porters’ health and safety, we kindly ask that your bag not exceed 7kg/ 15.4lbs, including your Southern Peruvian Explorers sleeping bag and mattress. You will not have access to your duffel bag during the day, therefore, we strongly suggest that you pack all of your personal items (e.g. water bottle, camera, extra layers, sunglasses, sunscreen) in a personal day pack that you will carry throughout the hike.


We will pick you up from your hotel in our Mercedes Benz at the time communicated during your briefing. 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 happy to provide a list of hotel recommendations per request.


Transportation from Machu Picchu back to Cusco is included in your tour. Here is what to expect day of:

  • Buses run between Machu Picchu and Aguas Calientes all day and are first come, first serve. Leaving Machu Picchu, we will take a 25-minute bus ride down the mountain to the village of Aguas Calientes.
  • After lunch, we will board an afternoon train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo or Poroy. The train rides are 2 hours and 3.5 hours respectively. Your tour guide will give you your train tickets and departure time. Please make sure to be at the train station 30 minutes in advance of departure.
  • Upon arrival to the destination train station, your drivers will be awaiting you with a Southern Peru Explorers sign. We will chauffeur you to your Cusco accommodation.


Machu Picchu offers two time windows for visitation each day: the morning and afternoon. Your ticket will only be valid for morning visitation, which is a 4-hour time window. When your time window is over, the park rangers will ask all visitors to leave.

If you have purchased a ticket to hike Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain, your time window will be extended for an additional 2.5 hours. You will be asked to leave the park before 2:30pm.

Those interested in spending the entire day at Machu Picchu have the opportunity to add the afternoon window to your ticket for an additional $50 per person.


Huayna Picchu is the famous mountain you see in the foreground of touristic photos of Machu Picchu. For a $75 charge, you can climb the 45-minute trail to the top after your tour of Machu Picchu. If you are interested in pursuing Huayna Picchu during your visit, we will need to reserve your ticket at least one month in advance. These tickets are also sold in time sessions, giving all visitors a set START time. The first session is from 7-8AM and the second session is from 10-11AM. Generally, we book the second session so that you can enjoy a tour of Machu Picchu with your guide beforehand. The Huayna Picchu hike is done on your own, but your guide will be present to show you where to begin.

Machu Picchu Mountain is a longer and less popular hike that involves a 1.5-hour ascent to the top and a 1.5-hour descent to the bottom. Again, there are two time frames– 7-8AM and 9-10AM. We normally purchase the second time window. Unfortunately, due to time constraints, 4-Day and 7-Day Inca Trail Hikers can NOT do the Machu Picchu Mountain hike and also enjoy a tour of the ruins.


All of our guides are trained in CPR and First Aid. Although they are not medical professionals, we encourage you to share all of your health concerns with your guide before departing for your expedition.

We strongly suggest that you consult with a medical professional to determine your fitness level before traveling and/or participating in our expeditions. Before departing from your home country, you should also seek professional medical advice regarding vaccinations and any medical precautions you should take. Ultimately you are responsible for determining which, if any, of our tours are suitable for you. Southern Peru Explorers will not offer you medical advice. It is your responsibility to weigh the risks and understand the requirements of each tour we offer, based on your personal circumstances, limitations, medical history and fitness level.

If you suffer from extreme altitude sickness or any other illness that prevents you from hiking, and you still wish to visit Machu Picchu, we will coordinate for you a visit to the ruins by train. This accommodation is considered a new trip and may inquire extra fees, but we will try to use as many of the pre-purchased logistics from the original trip as we can. If while hiking you experience sickness that hinders you from moving forward, a Southern Peru Explorers porter will accompany you to the nearest road and wait with you until a Southern Peru Explorers car comes to take you to the closest health clinic.


We are proud to say that our tours are comprised of people from all walks of life with varying levels of fitness and ages. When you sign up for a tour with Southern Peru Explorers, you must understand that some of your fellow hikers will be slower or faster than you are. Our guides will account for this by making their way through the group to spend time with everyone. Though your group might request a modification to the tour, your guide will make the ultimate decision to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip for everyone.


Strikes are a common occurrence in Perú and have the potential to cause disruptions or modifications to our tours. Often times, roads are blocked and trains are stopped during strikes, making it impossible to depart from Cusco. We will do everything possible to continue operating our tours during a strike, even leaving the night before your start date if need be. Still, sometimes we will have no other option but to cancel your tour under these circumstances. The decisions we make are guided by our commitment to your safety. If we decide to cancel your tour, we will communicate our decisions with you, as far in advance as possible.


We kindly ask you to be extra mindful with all your belongings throughout your time with us. Remember to always remove your items from vans, tents, restaurants and lodges and do not leave your belongings unattended. You have ultimate responsibility for all of your belongings.


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 the chef. The chef is responsible for distributing the money equally among all of the cooks and porters. We advise that you tip between $____ and $_____, according to the level of service you believe you have received.


You can never predict what will happen in the future. Don’t let sickness or bad weather be the cause for losing your entire trip. Insurance is a way to protect the investment you have made on this trip, and it comes at a relatively inexpensive cost. We strongly suggest that you consider travel insurance before coming to Peru.


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.


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.

Our guides have experience with altitude sickness and will be present to assist with any discomfort you may experience while on the trail. Still, we recommend that you consult with your doctor before trekking at high altitudes or using any medications.


Most visitors will arrive in Cusco by plane at the domestic, Alejandro Velasco Astete airport. If you are coming from abroad via Lima, it is essential that you claim your bags in Lima and re-check them for your flight to Cusco. There are five airlines that operate between Lima and Cusco: LATAM, Avianca, Star Peru, Peruvian, and Sky. Despite the price differences, we recommend LATAM and Aviana, as they tend to be more reliable and accommodating when there are flight cancellations and delays.

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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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Southern Peru Explorers operate all our own treks! Often times other companies, especially those offering daily departures, are just an intermediary. They instead send you on your trek with a 3rd party company. We take pride in operating all the treks we sell ourselves, allowing us to uphold the high tour standards we promise, minimize miscommunications, and give you personalized attention you deserve.

Southern Peru Explorers treat our staff like family! Peruvian Porter Law and Regulation dictates minimum standards and wages for porters. We give not only porters but all our staff a wage that exceeds the minimum wage and the average wages paid by most tour companies. Our porters, chefs, wranglers, and guides are all given supplies for the treks including ample food, sleeping bags, all weather clothing, boots, and back support. We also guarantee that our staff have a minimum number of treks per month and that their wage does not change throughout the year, providing them with stable income which helps relieve some of the uncertainties that can arise when working with other tour agencies during low season.

Southern Peru Explorers has great guides! We have a core team of guides that are specifically chosen for each group we book. They are trained, are able to speak English, and are very charismatic. We are constantly receiving feedback from our previous guests to make sure our guide team stays strong and providing quality service to our clientele. For every 12 people on a trek, we provide one guide, ensuring that each guest receives personal treatment and you don’t feel lost in the crowd. While other guides may take 16+ people, we limit our groups to 12 people to make sure your experience is unique to you. Upon request we also have guides that speak a multitude of languages including French, Italian, German, Chinese, and Japanese. Furthermore, we have guides that specialize in specific knowledge including ornithology, history, archaeology, and other plants and animals.

Southern Peru Explorers prides ourselves on our equipment! We choose quality brands for our tents, sleeping pads, and water filters. This equipment is checked for quality before each trek and renewed yearly making sure every trekker is comfortable and safe.

Southern Peru Explorers cooks up delicious meals! On our treks we provide not only breakfast, lunch, and dinner but also snacks and a break for tea. These are customizable around allergies or other special diets including vegetarian, vegan, Atkins, Gluten-free, etc. at no extra cost. Each of our meals is cooked by our chefs from quality natural ingredients from the area. We do not bring pre-packaged junk food nor do we serve generic bland dishes. Our chefs, trained with HACCP hygiene practices, will bring you safe, healthy, and delicious meals throughout your trek.

Southern Peru Explorers cares about the environment. On our all treks throughout the region we strive to be little to no impact. We train our staff to uphold our environmental expectations and our leave only footprints policy.

Southern Peru Explorers operates lawfully. There are many tour operators who do not declare all of their sales or alter their earnings to avoid paying certain taxes. However, here at Southern Peru Explorers we pay our 19% IGV, consumption tax, as well as the 30% tax due from all income.

Southern Peru Explorers has satisfied customers. From our testimonials and reviews you can see that our clients leave content and with wonderful memories. We have been operating for years proving our consistence and reliability in the services we provide.

While other tour companies over deep discounts for the same trek, this does not mean that they offer the same service as us. While price is always a deciding factor in one’s decision, please take into account the vast amount of differences between our agencies and others. By supporting responsible tour companies, you are promoting the preservation of the land you are touring and helping rather than hurting local communities and business.

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.



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Booking Procedures

After placing your reservation, please read the terms and conditions below so you are informed of the state of your booking. Once your reservation has been confirmed by Southern Peru Explorers in writing and a deposit has been received, a contract has been entered with the following conditions:

Payment / Deposit

Once you have placed your reservation the applied deposit per person is required to hold your space. This money cannot be refunded in the case of client cancellations. The remaining balance of your chosen trip must be prior to the date given to you by your booking agent. 

Cancellation by Southern Peru Explorers

We, Southern Peru Explorers, maintain our right to cancel any trip due to any of the following events: 

Payment not received from client prior to the deadline given by the booking agent. If this occurs, the client does not have the right to request for a deposit refund. 

Inability to operate tour due to extenuating circumstances including but not limited to: extreme weather, technical issues, over-booking or closing of accommodations, protests, government or tourism bodies’ decisions. When these situations occur, Southern Peru Explorers will try to their best ability to conserve the original travel plans. Yet if these cannot be upheld, Southern Peru Explorers will be required to alter the amount of time spent in a destination or omit part of the travel package to maintain safety of our passengers. In these circumstances, no refunds will be given including 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 by the clients. 

Alterations by the Client

The price of alternations depends on the scope of the alternation requested. For minor changes that do not alter the travel itinerary greatly, no additional fees will be charged. Large requests that require significant communication, new or additional tickets or entrance fees, or cancelations will solicit additional charges at the client’s expense. If these alternations have been requested after the start date of the tour, Southern Peru Explorers will work to our best ability to grant these changes, however there is no guarantee that these alternations can be implemented. 

Cancellation by the Client

If our clients choose to cancel a tour, they must submit their cancelation in writing to Southern Peru Explorers. With the cancelation of any of our tours, the deposit will not be refunded. Additionally, Southern Peru Explorers is not liable to refund any money lost for food, accommodation, or tours not used or any cancelation fees. However, if you state the reason for your cancellation, your personal insurance policy may cover some or your expenses. 

For Cancellation by Client of Custom Programs

For clients who have booked a customized tour, if the cancelation is received in writing over 60 days before your departure date, the client will receive 50% money back received in writing 30 – 20 days before the departure date, clients will be required to pay  80 % of the program price. If the written cancelation is received less than 30 days from the departure date, clients are obligated to pay 100% of their program price. 

Acceptance of Risk

Southern Peru Explorers strives to put clients in authentic environments to show them the true landscape of the country. Therefore, there is an element of risk or exposure to hazards innate in some of our itineraries. The client is responsible that by booking a tour they encounter the possibility of physical or emotional injuries, paralysis, death, or damage to their property.  The client is responsible to understand that these risks cannot be avoided without completely altering the authenticity of the tour, therefore accepting them as part of the tour they have booked. The client is also responsible to be aware of their physical and emotional health and assess their ability to take on these risks before booking their tour with Southern Peru Explorers.  As a result of the clauses listed above, Southern Peru Explorers is absolved of all responsibility or costs linked to accidents or injuries that affect client’s health during their trip. 

Authority During the Tour

Throughout the duration of the tour, the guide or representative of Southern Peru Explorers will have the final say on all issues that pose the risk of endangering the health or safety of any or all members of the tour group. Furthermore, the client must adhere to the laws, drug regulations, and customs of Peru. If the client refuses to comply with any of the following conditions or poses a threat themselves to the safety and well-being of the group as a whole, the guide or representation of Southern Peru Explorers has the right to remove the offending client from the tour without the possibility of a refund.  

Travel Documents

Each individual traveler is responsible for securing proper identification during before departing. Proper identification for trips operated by Southern Peru Explorers is a legal passport with more than 6-month validity and authorized visa to travel in the country. While Southern Peru Explorers may make suggestions or advise on visas, vaccinations, packing requirements, etc. These suggestions and advice are given in good faith and are not the responsibility of the company. 

Third Party Outlets and Outside Circumstances

Southern Peru explorers is not responsible for any damages or losses if the contract has been broken by the client, a third party outside of those booked by the company, or from extenuating and unforeseeable circumstances outside of the company’s ability to control. While the company will work to minimize any effects of actions outside of their control, Southern Peru Explorers is not responsible for these matters which can include but are not limited to visa refusal, closed boarders, political issues (strikes, war, government mandates etc), extreme weather, delayed flights, or mechanical failures. As a result of these unforeseeable circumstances, the client assumes extra costs required to rebook, avoid, or ensure client safety. 

While Southern Peru Explorers operates a majority of the services booked in the tours, ourselves, we also book flight tickets, accommodations, and certain experiences through outside companies. Southern Peru Explorers vets these organizations to maintain our high standards, yet we these companies are independent of our organization and we cannot accept responsibility for any negligence of these outside companies. Furthermore, Southern Peru Explorers cannot be held liable for any damages/ loses of property or injuries/ death to clients due to airline companies, transportation companies, accommodations, or any other third party booked by the company. Additionally, any cancelations, delays, inconvenience, distress or frustrations both physical and emotional due to these outside companies are not the responsibility of Southern Peru Explorers. In the event of the cancelation by a third party organization of a service sold to our company, Southern Peru Explorers will refund money paid by the participant for that service, but accepts 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 the company or tour must be addressed first to the tour guide or representative of Southern Peru Explorers to allow ample time to try to fix the issues. If the issues have not been addressed, clients are responsible to give complaints 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 including loss of profits. 

While Southern Peru Explorers takes responsibility for representations the company makes, these do not include 

Representations made by others including but not limited to employees of the company or travel agents acting independently of the company. 

Booking and payment for reservations on any Southern Peru Explorers tours or excursions includes implied consent to all of the above Terms & Conditions, creating a binding agreement between Southern Peru Explorers and clients.

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