Peru has practices running deep, around 5000 years to be more precise, which is what makes this such a historically interesting and cultured country. A Kitesurfing holiday in Peru needn't be just about the kitesurfing, but can be combined with some incredible tours, hikes, and sightseeing. One of the best known is the Inca Trail, which is Peru's best known hike, and takes you up the to historical Machu Piccu. Along the way combining a stunning mix of Inca ruins, mountain scenery, lush cloud-forest and rich subtropical jungle. Over 250 species of orchid have been counted in the Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary, as well as numerous birds such as hummingbirds, waterfowl and the majestic Andean Condor.
The trekking part of this tour is guided by our ground agents in Peru. After the trek you will fly to Paracas, also in Peru, where you can kite until your hearts content, with a choice of beautiful and luxurious accommodations.
Day 1: Depart UK
Fly to from the UK to Cuzco
Day 2: Cuzco
with free time to explore city.
Day 3: Sacred Valley
There is an optional visit to the Sacred Valley
of the Incas where you will have free time for sightseeing or rafting.
Day 4: Urubamba River, Huayllabamba
Start Inca Trail trek from Km82
, walk alongside Urubamba
River before climbing to Huayllabamba
Day 5: Dead Woman's Pass
Cross Dead Woman's Pass, the trek's highest.
Day 6: Sayajmarca, Phuyupatamarca
Over second pass to ruins of Sayajmarca
Day 7: Winay Wayn, Macchu Picchu
Down the Inca steps to Wiñay Wayna
and finally the incredible Machu Picchu
Day 8: Visiting Macchu Picchu
Visit Machu Picchu
for guided dawn tour of the historical site. Finally return to Cuzco
Day 9 - 15: Paracas
You can either choose to relax in Cuzco, or fliy staright to Lima, where you will be greeted by a private driver who will take you the 3 hours to Paracas.
Whilst in Paracas stay at the luxurious 5* Double Tree
Day 16: Fly to UK
After a week of kiting in Paracas a driver will greet you at your hotel, and take you back to Lima airport, this time to fly back to the UK.