BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE
BOOK with CONFIDENCE
TRAVEL with CONFIDENCE
BOOK YOUR TRIP
TO MACHU PICCHU
FOR 2021 With confidence
If you make a reservation today for 2021 and for some reason or (health situation) you decide to cancel it, we inform you that you can do it, up to 1 month before your trip, then you have the option to change your travel date and re-book your trip for a later date with no added cost, as long as it is not the Inca Trail tour your money will be given back to you.
Please note that the 40% deposit that is required is for the purchase of the tickets and is not refundable once the tickets are purchased.
When you are ready to travel again, we are here to assist you. Your safety, as well as that of our employees and partners, has always been our top principle, which is why new physical distancing and cleaning measures have been implemented on all our trips. Our new Travel with Confidence policy includes new health and safety procedures from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave, without taking time out of your life. The policy will evolve over time and as we continue to monitor local public health recommendations, but what will not change is our commitment to keeping you safe as you explore our great and beautiful world.
Machu Picchu Fees, Inca Trail Permits
More Flexibility for Changes
Book Risk-Free Terms and Conditions
Cancel & Re-book Terms
Your booking is refundable
Peace of mind promise
Secure your trip with only 40% deposit of the total cost and if you need to cancel within 30 days, you will be given a full refund.
For a limited time only.
Safe Travels’ Stamp
Peru gets ‘Safe Travels’ stamp from World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) & becomes safe destination for travel.
“The seal allows travelers around the world to recognize destinations that have adopted standardized global health and hygiene protocols, thus providing a safe experience for tourists.
Now visitors as soon as they think about returning to our wonder of the world will make sure that strict biosecurity protocols are followed here. Tourism is coming back, in a responsible and gradual way,” said Tourism Minister Rocio Barrios at the ceremony.
The reopening of Machu Picchu marks the beginning of new initiatives to resume tourism in Peru, including the reopening of land borders and the resumption of flights from Ecuador, Bolivia, Paraguay, Colombia, Panama, Uruguay and Chile. According to the Peruvian Tourism Office, international flights lasting less than eight hours resumed in October. As of November 1st, U.S. flights to Peru can resume from Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando and New York.