So here you are. We are guessing that you found us in a guide book or got a recommendation from a friend. Maybe you came across us while searching for a travel agency in Peru because you’re interested in cultural tours to Machu Picchu, or family travel packages, or a gay travel friendly operator to visit Peru. You have come to the right place. We are a family-owned and operated boutique tour operator and full service travel agency that has specialized since 1994 in tailored programs to show off the best that Peru and the Andean region have to offer and to bring people together. We have our offices in the heart of the Historic Center of Lima, in Peru’s main tourist district of Miraflores and on Avenida el Sol in the Inca Capital of Cusco. Whether you plan to travel in Peru on a budget, are interested in a luxury vacation or just need an airport shuttle service, we are here to serve you. The vacation packages and Peru tours on this Web site are fully customizable. That means our experienced travel consultants provide the guidance, suggestions and quality advice for your trip — but with you always feeling in control to create for yourself a true holiday. Take a look at our TripAdvisor reviews and our travel blog for inspiration as you decide what places to visit in Peru. Providing you with a rich vacation experience is our mission and purpose. You’re going to love Peru.
You will find our tour packages are so much more than a series of disconnected day tours packed together. The planning of your holiday — whether you’re looking for a luxury vacation or need to stick to a budget — is always a collaborative effort between you and one of our knowledgeable travel coordinators.
A lot of planning is required. The very nature of Peru’s vast geography, history and culture offers an unparalleled variety of options, as well as challenges. Getting from point A to point B can sometimes be an adventure. But you’ll see, when done right, the journey is the reward.
We encourage a varied pace for your itinerary. It’s always important to include time for rest between those photography tours in the Amazon rain forest and that cultural festival on Lake Titicaca. You absolutely want to be acclimatized before exerting yourself in the highlands. After all, the ancient Inca city of Cusco is two miles above sea level. Taking breaks to relax and explore a little on your own at a leisurely pace can make all the difference for when you embark on that culminating tour of Machu Picchu.
This 14-day package will impress you with the richness of Peru’s culture and history at every turn! You will get private tours of Peru’s greatest treasures, including Lima’s colonial district, the mysterious petroglyphs at Nazca, the stunning flora and fauna of the Colca Canyon, the floating straw islands on Lake Titicaca, and the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu. (Also available with tours in shared service.)
This 15-day tour showcases the immense diversity of terrains and ecosystems that Peru offers without neglecting its historical wonders. It begins in cosmopolitan Lima, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, before moving south to the verdant Colca Canyon, where you’re likely to see plenty of Peru’s native wildlife. From there, you’ll venture south to Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, where you’ll see the enchanting floating islands. Heading back north, you’ll go to Cusco, once the seat of the Incan Empire, and visit the nearby Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu. Your last stop will be Tambopata, nestled in the Amazon Rainforest, a bastion of biodiversity.
Lima is a photographer’s dream. The city boasts ocean and desert, islands and mountains, palm trees and cacti. The buildings showcase a rich array of architectural styles, ranging from the pre-Incan burial grounds to intricate colonial churches and imposing Republican-style government buildings. Tailored to your particular interests and experience, this package offers you the opportunity to see Lima through a lens – not just your own, but also that of the expert professional photographer who will be your guide.
With proximity to several distinct ecosystems and the culinary influences of a handful of disparate cultures, Peru has one of the best cuisines in the world. Over the course of this 10-day tour, you will become very well acquainted with Peruvian cuisine – not just by eating it, but also by cooking it, buying it, discussing it, and learning about it. And with all of that, you’ll still have time to take in the music, dance, folklore, and history of Peru, including a visit to Machu Picchu.
In this 11-day tour, you will see what one might call “Peru’s Greatest Hits” – the bustling metropolis of Lima and all the history and culture it contains, the expansive Lake Titicaca and the floating straw islands on its surface, and the pristine Incan city of Machu Picchu, which you’ll reach at the end of a four-day trek through the majestic Andes. It’s the perfect concoction of vivid culture, fascinating history, and staggering natural beauty to leave you in awe.
For the lover of history and archaeology, this tour is too good to be true. Over 11 days, you will learn all about the sophisticated civilizations that populated northern Peru before the advent of the Incan Empire, and see some of their jaw-dropping achievements. In between visits to archaeological sites, you will experience firsthand the brilliance of Peru’s “norteña” culture and its distinct music, food, and dance.
The Moche civilization inhabited northern Peru more than 1,500 years ago before its collapse. However, thanks to the survival of their outstanding (and sometimes highly sexual) pottery, a considerable amount is known today about their culture, society, and eventual decline. In this four-day archaeological tour, you will learn all about this enigmatic society that has mesmerized archaeologists and historians for centuries.
For the luxurious traveler, we offer a package that will show you Peru’s wonders in style. Stay in one of Cusco’s finest hotels, travel to Machu Picchu aboard the opulent Hiram Bingham train to Machu Picchu, and see it all alongside a private tour guide.
This trek is perfect for the adventure-seeker. Under the watch of Ausangate, a snowy peak considered a deity by the Incans, you will hike for four days through the glorious Andes Mountains near Cusco. At the end, you’ll arrive at Rainbow Mountain, an optical feast of green, red, and gold streaking dramatically down the mountainside.
“Fertur Peru Travel: A highly recommended agency that can book local, regional and international travel, as well as create custom group itineraries … long-established, very reliable agency for flights and all conventional tours. Highly recommended by readers.”
Lonely Planet Peru Guide
“Siduith Ferrer, CEO of this agency, is highly recommended; she offers tour packages and up-to-date tourist information on a national level, and also great prices on national and international flights”
Footprint Peru Handbook; Cusco & Inca Trail Handbook; South American Handbook
“One of the best private agencies for arrangements and city tours as well as general information is Fertur Perú… a highly professional outfit …”
Frommer’s South America
“Fertur Perú is a highly professional outfit, run by a Peruvian-American couple, with reasonably priced city tours and multi-day packages to sights across Peru.”
Frommer’s EasyGuide to Lima, Cusco and Machu Picchu
“A favorite travel agency in Lima is Fertur Peru, run by the enterprising Siduith Ferrer. Fertur can buy a variety of bus and plane tickets for you and set up tours around Lima and trips to all of Peru’s other attractions, including Cusco, Machu Picchu, and the Nasca Lines.”
Moon Handbooks Peru
“The highly recommended Fertur Peru has friendly, knowledgeable staff that offer private day tours, with a long list of additional cultural and adventure options.”
Moon Machu Picchu: With Lima, Cusco & the Inca Trail
“FERTUR PERU TRAVEL has a well-established reputation as one of the best travel agencies and tour operators in the country…”
Viva Travel Guide to Peru: Exploring Machu Picchu, Cusco, the Inca Trail
“Top service in tailor-made visits around Peru, as well as overland, air or other travel needs and accommodation.”
The Rough Guide to Peru
“Some of the commercial tour companies are also geared up for offering good tourist information, notably Fertur Peru…”
The Rough Guide to South America