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Cusco Private Tours

Spend a few days exploring this vibrant city of Cusco and its cultural and historical attractions, on Cusco private tours and live an unforgettable experience during your Vacations and Travel to Cusco. We organize private tours in Cusco and custom itineraries to Sacred Valley and picturesque towns to showcase all that the ancient capital of the Inca Empire of Cusco has to offer. Our private tailormade Cusco tours itineraries are fully customized for you and their group, with a private and highly qualified local guide to explore each visited site at your own pace and not at group’s whim.

Besides, our combine Cusco customized tours including trip to Machu Picchu with privately guided tours are designed to truly cater to your interest, allowing you to take advantage of every minute spent in Cusco based on your travel interest, and desires. But that doesn’t mean being rushed from one tourist attraction to another. The tours are completely flexible, because the tour is your adventure and your way and not ours, also your guide is there to response to your request and adapt to your interests and needs, and thus have an unforgettable experience for your family and children, group of friends or for a romantic vacation with your most intimate partner. Peru Spirit Adventure lets you to discover the best things to do in Cusco, just in short time, whether deciding on a Peru family adventure or a bucket list trip to Peru.

Enjoy visiting the top tourist destination of Cusco, the former Inca’s empire and Machu Picchu with the best local experts as you had always imagined it, and make the most of your time in one day or organize a multi-day custom adventure with Cusco private tours. At Peru Spirit Adventure, we strive at every turn to redefine your notion of what is possible on a Vacation Tours, Trips and Travel Packages to Cusco.

Our approach is organize a variety of enhanced unique custom tours that range from Cusco half-day city tour or even Cusco Multi-day Tours to Machu Picchu, Top Sacred Valley Tours on a clear day, with the Vilcanota mountain range and snow-covered Chicon peak in the background is breathtaking, following the natural sloping topography of the mountain, and plenty of excellent day hikes in and out of Cusco as the mountain of the 7 colors (Rainbow Mountain), or take a journey to see Humantay Lake in Cusco, where you decide the size of your group, with insider-access opportunities unlike any you have experienced before.

There are many options to do amazing private tours when your travel to Cusco, from walking the ruins in around the city, to reserving a tour to Rainbow Mountain – 1D. You can arrange a full-day excursion with one of our private guides that gets you off the beaten tourist path an onto alternative Inca Trails to some amazing destinations. In these and myriad other ways, private Peru Spirit Adventure tours in Cusco makes your experience unique and memorable.



Here’s a great list of Cusco private tours we designed a custom excursion departing with a private guide on any day you wish to explore Cusco to its fullest. These tours are completely customizable that let you travel the way you want, with the comfort and flexibility you value. Contact us to get more info or shoot us an e-mail at or call us at +51 957326998. All Peru Spirit Adventure Tours are fully customizable, with departures 365 days a year.

from: $ 100

Classic Sacred Valley Tour – 1 Day

Places that are visited: Alpaca Farm, Pisac (Ruins & Market), Ollantaytambo, Chinchero “Optional”

This wonderful classic day trip to Sacred Valley takes you to visit the most important cultural highlights and ancient ruins of the Sacred Valley such as the impressive Inca citadel of Pisaq and its typical handicraft market, the Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo and finally visit the Chinchero. Besides, this tour comes with stop-offs on the way like the visit to the llama and alpaca farm (a perfect place to learn about these animals), and other stops at scenic points. This Classic Sacred Valley Tour is a great introduction to the Inca history and is done before or after the trip to Machu Picchu...

1 Day (9 - 10 Hours)

Cusco City Tour & The Inca Empire — 1 Day

Places that are visited: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay, Qoricancha, Cusco's typical alleyways & Typical market of San Pedro

Visit the richness of culture, ruins and archaeological sites that surrond Cusco, if your time is very limited but want to see the best offered in and around Cusco? This is the absolute way of exploring the highlights of the city of Cusco and surroundings with a private knowledgeable tour guide at your side, and make the most of your time if you only have just one day (24 hours) in town...

1 Day

Half-Day Cusco City Tour & Sacsayhuaman ruins

In this tour, you will visit some of the ancient Inca archaeological sites such as: • The Main Square of Cusco. • Q’oricancha (the temple of the sun). • Sacsayhuaman, a phenomenal archeological site. • Q’enqo, an ancient temple set into a cave in the rocks. • Tambomachay is a water worship.

Half Day

Cusco South Valley Tour – 1 Day

Places that are visited: Tipon, Pikillacta, & Andahuaylillas Chapel

The South Valley Tour is an interesting alternative, offering an unbeatable less known mix of archaeological sites and historical places located outskirt of Cusco, such as Tipon (famous for its stunning hydraulic technology), Pikillacta (the pre-Incan city VII – IX B.C), and one of the best kept secrets of Cusco is the Temple of San Pedro de Andahuaylillas, also known as “the Sistine Chapel of America”. This tour is perfect to learn about the Incan hydraulic engineering, pre-Incan history, and some history of the Spanish times and enjoy the great sceneries...

1 Day

Cusco Walking Tour – 1/2D (Morning or Afternoon)

Places that are visited: Cusco’s Plaza de Armas, Cusco’s Ancient Streets, Inca Museum, Qorikancha (Sun temple), & San Pedro Local Market

This Cusco walking tour is perfect to explore the city of Cusco at a leisurely pace, visiting its typical Incan alleyways, historical spots, and typical markets, thus getting an insight into the day-to-day life of the people in Cusco. This Walking tour takes you to explore Cusco’s plaza de armas, San Pedro market, the Inca museum and more! Discover the beauty of Cusco while learning about its history with a private guide at your side...

from: $ USD 150 per person

Humantay Lake Trek – 1 Day

Places that are visited: Spectacular glacial lake of Humantay with impressive Humantay Peak

Hike to one of Peru's most magical lakes and be surrounded by the impressive Salkantay and Humantay Peaks while gazing at unbelievable turquoise water, also, get incredible photos of the lake and its surroundings. Humantay Lake is undoubtedly one of the best one-day hikes in Cusco. Besides, this Humantay Lake tour let explore the fantastic mountain views, exotic flora, fauna, and enjoy our delicious picnic meals prepared by a local chef. Likewise, our tour guide will hike in a flexible pace adapted to your needs until reaching the Humantay lake, no matter if you're a beginner or a pro hiker...

1 Day Hike
from: $ USD 150 per person

Rainbow Mountain Trek – 1 Day

Places that are visited: Rainbow Mountain of Peru / Walk through deserted highland paths & isolated communities

This one-day hike to the amazing VINICUNCA— also known as the Mountain of Seven Colors, or more simply Peru’s ‘Rainbow Mountain’ is a spectacular natural wonder boasting colorful striated mountains. A newly discovered geological wonder was added to the country’s list of must-see destinations. This 1-day hike allows you to experience summiting a mountain over 16,000ft! With the impressive Ausangate mountain towering in the distance. Besides, this tour lets you enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountains, local villages, alpaca and llamas, and surrounding glaciers.

1 Day Hike


  • See the best that Peru has to offer during this personalized private tour in Cusco, visiting highlights like Cusco, the capital of the Peruvian Andes and the historic center of the Inca Empire, Machu Picchu, rainbow mountain, Humantay lake, and the Sacred Valley with our expert private guide who'll make the ruins come alive with history. Our private guide will introduce you to Incan culture firsthand, through exclusive tours at particular historical sites.
  • Discover the indigenous and colonial history of Cusco, and Explore the colonial buildings, handicraft markets and Inca sites in and around the city. Travel to the Sacred Valley where you will see natural beauty, manmade wonder to make a truly unique vacation. Also, tour the Inca markets in the Sacred Valley city of Pisac.
  • All of our tours are private and will be escorted by our local expert Tour Guides who will take you to visit Cusco, the capital of the Incas, the local traditional Market in Cusco, uncover the must-see Inca sites where you will see a culture that will make you fall in love with the roots and traditions of the locals, a panoramic train ride will take you to Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas, on the enhanced unique tours in Cusco to Machu Picchu.
  • All of our sample luxury tailormade Cusco trip itineraries are fully customized for you and your group, and avoid the crowd, making your unique and memorable experience of the lifetime as luxury small group journeys, small adventure trips to one of South America’s foremost cultural attractions, Cusco

Cusco — The Capital of the Incan Empire

Cusco “Cuzco” is a city with a rich history — The city was the capital of the Inca Empire, the most extensive and powerful state that exists on the South American continent. There is still a great deal of archaeological evidence that gives us information about the glorious and majestic past of the state, despite the devastation and damage suffered during the wars of conquest and throughout the colonial period. The original name of the city was “Qosqo”, which the Spaniards renamed Cusco because they could not pronounce the language of the Incas correctly. The original name means “navel of the world”, that is to say, that the Incas wanted to connect with their city extending their territories. It extended northward to the Maule rivers in Chile, as well as to the present northwest of Argentina. They called their state or empire, as some scholars prefer to call it, Tahuantinsuyo, which in Quechua means “the four parts of the world”: Chinchaysuyo (north), Antisuyo (tropical forests of Cusco), Collasuyo (region of Lake Titicaca) and Cuntisuyo (today towards Arequipa). The city of Cusco was built in the shape of a puma, the head was formed by the hill of Sacsayhuaman, the torso by the rivers Tullumayu and Saphy and the tail by the confluence of those two same rivers, where the Huatanay River is formed. The center of Cusco consisted of two large central plazas: Huacaypata, or “place of tears” and Cusipata, or “place of joy. In the center of the two square or places, there was a truncated pyramid, known “Usno”, which served as a ceremonial platform. Around the squares there were Inca palaces, Aclla Wasi (the house of selected women) and Suntur Wasi (a round house, a house or a weapon). The remaining walls of these Inca palaces and other buildings served as the basis for the buildings erected by the Spaniards. Almost everything was destroyed during the conquest and the colonial period. Even before the arrival of the Spaniards, during the power struggle between Atahualpa and Huascar, much of the city of Cusco was destroyed. The troops of Quito under the command of Atahualpa captured Huascar during the conflict and plundered and burned the city of Cusco and its palaces, killing all relatives and descendants of the defeated Incas. 

Cusco before the Quechua people “Incas”— The Cusco valley was inhabited by small local ethnic groups without urban, religious or political development until 750 AD, when the invasion of the Wari culture (of Ayacucho and Apurimac, northeast of Cusco) took place. The Wari brought with them great opportunities in the area, such as the religious worship of the Wiracocha deity, the state organization for the payment of taxes, the massive urbanization of the area and the development of regional and imperial trade. For unknown reasons, the Wari culture disappeared around 1000 AD, from Cusco, but their cultural and material heritage (road network) was later used by the Incas.

For the next 200 years, migratory groups coexisted in the region with the Ahjamama tribe (translated as “mother of the chicha”), who had previously lived in the region. This historical information is consistent with the myths about the founding of Cusco, which confirm that the Incas were not originally from Cusco.

Cusco – During the Inca Empire (Beginning of the Inca empire was 1200 AD — Inca expansion and its government was 1438 AC. — Arrival of the Spanish was 1533 AC.)

The Inca state was established around 1200 AD. This was only 3 centuries before the arrival of the Spaniards. According to historians, it started as a small local tribe, like many others that existed at the same time in the Andes. They peacefully joined other ethnic groups in the region, forming a Quechua confederation that ranged from the Sicuani area (south of Cusco) to Andahuaylas (in the north). From the beginning and probably even before the Incas, Cusco was an important ceremonial center and maintained its importance during the time of expansion. Towards 1430 the Chancas of the North and of the East (Ayacucho and Apurimac) invaded the zone. The Incas and Chancas fought so violently that the myth of the appearance of the great emperor Pachacutec originated. His father, the old Inca Wiracocha with two of his sons fled the siege of Chancas. Cusi Yupanqui (Pachacutec) was the only one who stayed and confronted the Chancas in two battles, winning both. The victory catapults him as an Inca and generates a myth according to which the rocks were converted into soldiers by the solar deity (Inti) to help Pachacutec in the fight. After defeating the Chancas, the Incas declared the time of expansion and the apogee that lasted from 1438 to 1533, during which they managed to conquer the Chimu kingdom in the north of modern Peru. The Inca Empire flourished on the South American continent from 1438 until the Spaniards arrived on the continent in 1533. From around 1200 to 1438 the Incas were considered a tribe that grew gradually occupying a territory of 800,000 km2 or 308,882 square miles. Beginning in 1438 the Incas began to expand, absorbing neighboring territories and incorporating their culture and practices into their own societies and becoming an empire. The expansion began when Sapa Inca Pachacutec came to the throne. With the help of this Inca son Topa and his grandson, Huayna Capac expanded the empire by controlling a vast territory known as the Tawantinsuyu or Four United Kingdoms. They made Cusco, the sacred city, their capital.

Geography —The city of Cusco is located in the Huatanay Valley in southern Peru. The Highland River with its large soil has made the Cusco area a perfect place for agriculture and it is believed that the area has been colonized for over 3000 years.

Altitude — Cusco is at an altitude of 11,120 feet above sea level, surrounded by mountain peaks, the city is protected from the harsh climates of the highlands. In the Sacred Valley near the elevation is somewhat lower at 9420 feet and Machu Picchu even lower at 7972 feet.

Climate — As Cusco is located at the top of the Andes, the climate is very changeable. Days can be hot and nights are usually very cold.

Altitude Sickness — Altitude sickness is a concern for people traveling from sea level. Symptoms include headache, fatigue, insomnia, and lack of appetite. The effect of altitude affects people differently, and most people take a few days to adjust. Before traveling to Peru, it’s a good idea to ask your doctor for medication to help prevent altitude sickness. Also, when you arrive in Cusco or Puno, drink lots of coca leaf tea.


If you are planing on visiting Cusco Peru to see Machu Picchu, we highly recommend you to visit in the Sacred Valley Peru that has so much more to offer and is definitely deserving of a visit in its own right! You can do this itinerary in 2 days as day trips from Cusco or if you are short on time, you can take our Extended Sacred Valley Tour with Maras Moray and Salt Mines 1D. Brimming with history and beauty, the Sacred Valley of Peru is an unmissable, and unforgettable, experience for you to take on. All of our tailor made Sacred Valley trip itineraries are fully customized for you. Read on to find out why.

  • Pisac Market & Inca Ruins
  • Ollantaytambo ruins & town
  • White river rafting and mountain biking tours
  • Paraglide
  • See Salt Pans – Maras and Moray
  • Drink Inca Cola
  • Ziplining and Action Valley
  • Chinchero archaeological site
  • Go weaving – visit a weaving cooperative
  • Eat Cuy

You have the Option to Purchase a 1 Day or a 10 Day Boleto Turistico

Many tourist attraction sites in Cusco and the Sacred Valley accept the Boleto Turistico del Cusco (Cusco Tourist Ticket), which is a bit costly, but grants access to many of our areas highlights. The Sacred Valley Tour requires an entrance ticket that allows you entrance 4 archeological Inca sites such as Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Moray and Chinchero ruins this entrance ticket can be purchased as:

  • A one day pass for s/ 70 soles per person – (US $ 23 per person), and the Salt Mines of Maras is separate entrance tickets and is s/10 soles – (US $4) respectively
  • If you do Cusco city tour, we suggest buying the general ticket a ten (10) day pass for s/130 soles per person – (US $ 45 per person)
  • If you have a valid STUDENT CARD ISIC does offer a discount on the 10 days pass for s/ 70 soles
  • The cathedral of Cusco, Temple of the Sun (Qoricancha) are separate entrance tickets and are s/ 25 soles (US $ 9), s/15 soles (US $5)

Very Important Note:

  • The entrance ticket to the main archeological sites like Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero, Tipón and Moray cannot be sold individually. All this entrance ticket is sold by the Peruvian government. You will be able to purchase it in Avenida el Sol nearby Peru office or purchase this directly at the first site and only soles are accepted and it must be paid in cash.

Here is a list of sites where you can use your Boleto Touristico:

  • Pisaq
  • Ollantaytambo
  • Chinchero
  • Moray
  • Sacsayhuaman
  • Q’enqo
  • PucaPukara
  • Tambomachay
  • Tipon
  • Piquillaqta
  • Museo Histórico Regional
  • Museo de Arte contemporáneo
  • Museo de Arte Popular
  • Museo de Sitio de Qorikancha
  • Centro Qosqo de Arte Nativo
  • Monumento al Inca Pachacutec

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For all private tour itineraries, we recommend a selection of a maximum of 3-4 of the above-mentioned attractions to be covered in one day.


Terms & Conditions

Thank you for booking and/or traveling on a Peru Spirit Adventure tour with Peru Spirit Adventure. We are 100% local Cusqueñan company and legally recognized by Peruvian law. These Terms and Conditions apply to any travel products and/or services purchased from Peru Spirit Adventure. A contract is entered into once PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE receives your booking form and deposit, and we accept and confirm the booking. Please note that travel arrangements are not confirmed until stated so in writing by PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE. All Peru Spirit Adventure based treks and tours are operated by Peru Spirit Adventure.


To reserve any of our tours and treks services, the customer must submit his or her personal information and a deposit. The personal information we require is the following: Full name (as appears on passport), Date of Birth, Nationality, Gender, and Passport number.

  • A picture of their passport photo page. A camera phone picture or similar is acceptable.

Once the customer confirms their reservation, we will send an email within 24 hours with a confirmation of their tour or trek and the deposit amount and also, details of the services included and not included in the service price. Once we send this information to the customer, if we do not receive any response from the customer it will be assumed by the company that the customer has accepted all terms and conditions. We provide a full pre-tour briefing at your hotel in Cusco. This gives the customer the chance to ask any questions they may have about the tour or trek itinerary.— ABOUT THE BRIEFING: The night before your tour or trek, there will be a pre-tour talk (briefing) at your hotel in Cusco at either 6:00 pm or 7:00 pm. (exact time will be confirmed by email). Once you receive your briefing time, if we do not hear back we will assume it is confirmed by you. Please take this into consideration when booking your travel plans to Cusco, ensuring you arrive in time for the briefing. If your tour or trek begins on a Monday then the briefing will be scheduled for the Saturday before.

  • Please note that it is difficult to change the briefing time and date at short notice. Therefore, if we receive a request for a briefing change less than 48 hours prior to the scheduled briefing, we most likely will not be able to change the briefing time or date. We will, however, do everything we can to change to try and accommodate the schedule change.


We use PayPal for sending deposits, that way you can use your credit card. There is a 6% fee for deposits using PayPal (for the international transfer). We also use Western Union for sending deposits, Deposits through Western Union have variable fees. The deposit amount depends on the type of itinerary you will book, as follows;

  • For all trek and multi-day tours, we require a deposit of $250 USD per person — Deposits for tours and treks are non-refundable and non-transferable to another individual. There are no exceptions.
  • For the Rainbow Mountain tours & hikes we require a deposit of $100 USD per person — Deposits for tours and treks are non-refundable and non-transferable to another individual. There are no exceptions.
  • For the Humantay Lake Day Trip, we require a deposit of $100 USD per person — Deposits for tours and treks are non-refundable and non-transferable to another individual. There are no exceptions.
  • For the Sacred Valley Tours & Trips, we require a deposit of $100 USD (for the group) — Deposits for tours and treks are non-refundable and non-transferable to another individual. There are no exceptions.
  • For the Cusco Half Day Tours, we require a deposit of $50 USD (for the group) — Deposits for tours and treks are non-refundable and non-transferable to another individual. There are no exceptions.
  • For large groups, we accept wire transfer for deposits and final balances due. If you would like more information about the wire transfer option, please email us at

FINAL PAYMENTS: We accept cash and PayPal for final payments. A client may not depart for the tour or trek until payment in full is received, either in cash or by PayPal.

  • Cash payments are due the day before tour or trek departure and can be paid at the pre-tour or trek briefing. We accept US dollars and Peruvian soles for cash payments. If you will pay in US dollars. Take note. The Peruvian banks are extremely strict about the “quality” of dollars they will accept. Therefore, we have to request that your bills are what they call “unbroken”. Broken bills will not be accepted. Broken means — any tear (even as small as 3 mm) or excessive wrinkling
  • PayPal payments are due one week before the tour or trek departure. a) There is an 8% fee on balance due payments using PayPal. b) If the balance via PayPal is not paid by 3 days prior to trek departure, the PayPal fee will be 10%. Our PayPal email is:
  • All banking fees will be covered by the client



  • Notification of cancellation must always be made in writing by the person that made the booking and paid the deposit to


  • Your deposit for the tours and treks are 100% non-refundable. If you need to cancel for any reason, as you approach your tour start date, there may be additional cost due. There are no exceptions due to the fact, that PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE expends a great deal of expense purchasing permits, entrance tickets, and making deposits for reservations or services, most of which are non-changeable, non-transferable, and non-refundable by government regulation. We also do not accept medical notes of any kind, as our out of pocket expenses are non-refundable to us.


  • Cancellations made 30 days in advance have no charge (with the exception of the non-refundable deposit) with the following exception:
  • Inca Trail treks
  • In the case of cancellation, the customer will not receive a refund of their deposit
  • If the customer cancels between 30 and 10 days before their trek, they must pay 50% of the total trip cost.
  • If the customer cancels between 10 and 3 days before their trek, they must pay 80% of the total cost.
  • If the customer cancels 2 days or less before their trek, they must pay 100% of the total cost.
  • In the exceptional case that a customer decides to leave once they have started the trek, no refund will be given. The customer must also pay any additional expenses they incur such as food, lodging, and transportation. On the last day, the customer will be able to rejoin the group and participate in the Machu Picchu tour.
  • If after the tour has started a client cannot participate in the trek or tour (due to sickness, physical problems, etc.) no refund will be given. The customer must also pay any additional costs they incur for transportation, lodging, and food. On the last day, the tourist will be able to rejoin the group and participate in the Machu Picchu tour.
  • In the case of natural disaster that prevents a service being completed, the customer will receive a 50% refund.
  • In the case of a natural disaster that requires a change in the trek route, but the trek is still completed, there will be no refund.
  • In the very unlikely circumstance that your service is not completed due to a fault of Peru Spirit Adventure, you will receive a full refund (including your deposit).


  • PERMITS: Permits for the Inca Trail are in your name and can not be transferred to anyone else under any circumstances. Change of dates is also not possible once a permit has been purchased. Permits are non-refundable and non-transferable. The deposit will be forfeited. Please note that this is a regulation of the Peruvian government and not Peru Spirit Adventure (or any agency).
  • In extreme cases when the “Inca Trail to Machu Picchu” is declared closed for safety reasons, Peru Spirit Adventure will replace your trek with an alternative trek.
  • Those who booked PERMITS with a Student ID must bring that ID with them on the trek. If they fail to show this card to the Park Rangers, they will not be allowed entry onto the trail.


  • Please note that for the Inca Trail, permits are not-changeable, not-transferable, and not-refundable. Dates can never be changed by government policy.

With the exception of the Inca Trail treks, we are generally able to change a trek date.

  • To change the date of your non-Inca Trail trek, there is a fee of US $75 per person if the change occurs more than 30 days prior to trek departure.
  • If the change occurs 21 to 30 days prior to trek departure, the fee is US $100 per person.
  • If the change occurs 10 to 20 days before trek departure, the fee is US $150 per person.
  • Changes less than 10 days prior to trek departure will have varying fees, which can be discussed at the time the change is being made.
  • Changes made must be to another group trek for a minimum of 2 individuals. If a single traveler needs to change dates, and there is not an existing option for that date, the change will not be possible.


  • We highly recommend travel insurance for all of our customers.
  • Coverage should include baggage loss, accident, emergency air rescue and trip cancellation. Trip cancellation insurance should reimburse you for non-recoverable air or land expenses should you cancel your trip due to personal or family illness, as well as covering any medical or emergency evacuation expenses if you become ill during your trip.
  • In the case of illness or injury on one of our treks or tours, we are trained to provide emergency first aid and arrange transportation to a proper medical facility. However, we are not responsible for the cost of those transportation services or the cost of medical care.


  • Once you book your tour, we send your information immediately to “Machu Picchu Park” in order for permits to be issued as soon as possible.
  • You will need to bring your actual passport for all services. A photocopy will not be accepted.
  • The information we will to Machu Picchu Park includes your full name, passport number, nationality, gender, and age. That information cannot be modified.
    • The only exception is in the case of a changed passport number due to renewal.
      • If your passport number changes between reserving your spot and the start of your trek, you will need to bring your old as well as your new passport to the start of the Trek.
    • If any of the information on your passport does not match the information we were previously provided, you won’t be able to start the trek.
  • If you arrive in Cusco and did not advise us that you have a new passport number, and that your information has changed, Peru Spirit Adventure will not be held responsible. In this situation it will be the responsibility of the customer to pay the extra expense of returning to Cusco or Machu Picchu (transportation, food and other expenses).

TRAVEL IN PERU: Peru Spirit Adventure operates in regions, where standards of accommodation can vary. Transportation and other services might not be like those you would normally have back home. However, we strive with all due care and skill, to provide the best service for our clients. Traveling in Peru requires flexibility, patience, broad-mindedness, good humor and an understanding that changes may be made without notice due to circumstances or occurrences beyond our control. For example: a strike, protest, landslide, bad weather, etc. (Force Majeure). By booking any of our tours & treks, you agree to allow Peru Spirit Adventure to make necessary changes without liability.


Force Majeure is any event that PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE cannot with all due care foresee, control or avoid. This covers events such as war or threat of war, riot, civil strike, terrorist activity, industrial dispute, disease, natural disasters, adverse weather conditions, fire or all similar events beyond our control. In this case, PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE will not accept liability and reserves the right to change, postpone or even cancel trips. (This is a last option, of course!)


By booking any of our adventure trips (Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Lares, Salkantay, Ausangate, Choquequirao, Rainbow Mountain trek and more) you assume the risks associated with personal accidents, medical emergencies, air travel problems etc. For these treks, PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE Agency accepts no responsibility.


  • You must advise Peru Spirit Adventure of any medical problems or allergies you may have. You need to be in good physical health, and if your health is questionable, then you should consult a doctor. If you are over the age of 70 years old, then you will need to present us with a current good health medical certificate.
  • You must advise your guide if you wish to leave the group or the camping area for independent walks or sightseeing. If you are experiencing any problems with the services of the guide or tour, please advise the guide in that moment, so that he can resolve any problems.
  • All balances need to be paid in either cash or PayPal (see “FINAL PAYMENTS” section above).
  • In order to receive a student discount, you must send your valid University ID to Peru Spirit Adventure at the time of booking. ID must have your name, photo and valid expiration date. Any card without an expiration date will not be accepted. You will then be required to bring your student card with you on the trek – they will not allow you to pass through the checkpoint without this original card.
  • You will be required to show the original passport (not a copy) that you booked with, at the checkpoint to enter the Inca Trail. If you originally booked with an old passport and then renewed your passport, you must also bring your expired passport along with your new, valid passport to permit entry or they will refuse your entrance to the trail.
  • Cancellations: Your deposit is 100% non-refundable. If you need to cancel for any reason, as you approach your tour start date, there may be additional cost due. There are absolutely no exceptions (we do not accept medical notes of any kind) as our out of pocket expenses are non-refundable to us (see “CANCELLATION FEES” section above).
  • PERMITS: Permits for the Inca Trail are in your name and can not be transferred to anyone else under any circumstances. Change of dates is also not possible once a permit has been purchased. Permits are non-refundable and non-transferable. The deposit will be forfeited. Please note that this is a regulation of the Peruvian government and not PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE (or any agency).
  • All Adventure Treks include transportation to Cusco. The return train route depends on train availability.
  • If you become ill or injured on the trail and are unable to continue, a porter will be provided to accompany you back to an area with emergency assistance capabilities. Helicopter airlifts and medical assistance are at the expense of the trekker. If you are unable to complete the tour due to illness, we will assist you in meeting your group at Machu Picchu to recommence your tour at that point. There will be no refund of the original payment.
  • PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE will take all reasonable care in providing to our clients avoidance of accident, illness, and loss of personal property, and will only employ suitably qualified staff. We accept responsibility for the actions of our own employees. Peru Spirit Adventure cannot, however, be responsible for any action of third parties. You are totally responsible for your own personal property and rented equipment.
  • PERU SPIRIT ADVENTURE does not take responsibility for unfavorable weather conditions, natural catastrophe, strikes, accidents, illness, injury, loss of personal ítems, etc. It is the client’s responsibility to carry insurance to cover these types of events. We reserve the right to modify or cancel the program due to any of the unforeseen conditions listed above.
  • In extreme cases when the “Inca Trail to Machu Picchu” is declared closed for safety reasons, Peru Spirit Adventure will replace your trek with an alternative trek.


  • We strongly suggest spending time at high altitude (above 3000 meters / 9842 feet)- in Cusco or another high altitude area for a minimum of 2- 4 days before undertaking your trip. This is in order to minimize the possible effects of altitude sickness. By drinking plenty of fluids, adding sugar to your drinks, eating food high in carbohydrates, avoiding cigarettes, alcohol, and drinking coca tea (ancient traditional leaf) will help your body acclimatize.
  • We recommend you arrive in Cusco 48 hours or more before trek departure because occasionally we need to leave earlier than scheduled in case of strikes or other events out of our control (see ‘Force Majeure’ section below)


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Thanks again for choosing us and we look forward to seeing you in Cusco!

Peru Spirit Adventure Team!

Peru Spirit Adventure

Who is Peru Spirit Adventure? We are a small tour operator company owned by a local Peruvian experts with more than 10 years of experience as a guide. Our office is based in Cusco, a city in the Peruvian Andes and is located near the central square, Plaza del Armas. Our team is made up of knowledgeable and passionate tour guides from Cusco and Andes with many years of experience Read more

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