Below  are just a few examples of our vacation packages and travel services.

Click here to visit Fertur Peru Travel’s  Web page to browse more of our trips to Peru, Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands, Argentina and Bolivia.

All Fertur Peru Travel tours are fully customizable, with departures 365 days a year. We offer highly knowledgeable, prompt and attentive service. Our goal is to provide vacations designed to entice your spirit and fulfill your sense of adventure.

☼ Choquequirao Trek & Machu Picchu 2014 ☼

Join us on a magical journey on horseback and foot along less traveled Inca trails to Machu Picchu’s Sacred Sister, the Inca Royal Estate of Choquequirao.


This program is a unique adventure trek experience with pack mules, saddle horses, comfortable camps and Inca specialist guides. The focus is on Inca study and archaeological investigations as we travel.

Special Cusco Tour featuring Machu Picchu with Huayna Picchu for July / Aug. 2013

Your journey begins with a star-gazer's delight, focused on the Dark Constellation of the southern hemisphere. The ancient Inca cosmo-vision will be front and center in your mind as you visit the incomparable ruins of Machu Picchu, Cusco and the Sacred Valley.

The Fertur Peru Travel team is excited to offer this celestial Cusco vacation package.

During your first evening in the two-mile-high Inca capital, you’ll participate in an intimate gathering at the Planetarium Cusco: Interpretation Center for Inka Astronomy and Southern Skies for a fascinating night of Inca astronomy, history, mythology, architecture and — weather permitting — amazing star gazing.

You learn how Inca priest-astronomers read the sky, observing star clusters related with celestial deities. The Southern Cross, the Pleiades, the Hyades, Orion’s Belt, etc., were viewed in alignment with natural and man-made markers on the horizon that radiated out from Cusco, the “navel of the universe.”

The celestial bodies were key to synchronizing calendars to determine planting and harvest dates that successfully fed an estimated 12 million subjects during the height of an empire that spanned more than 3,000 miles (5,000 km) down the length of the Andes.

This is a great family vacation!

Listen to our podcast about the Planetarium Cusco.


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