Honeymoon in Southamerica 15 days

The Romantic Peru and Bolivia

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South America is also a perfect choice for a relaxing, romantic and incomparable honeymoon. With a wealth of possibilities in Peru, and Bolivia, we create the perfect itinerary just for you. We have accommodation to suit every taste – from top spa hotels to charming family-run posadas or lovely boutique hotels. There are top 5 star properties in the main cities and at top attractions. Or if you are looking for something a little more original, you can stay in some of the best-preserved colonial mansions. We ensure that you are treated with special care throughout your whole trip. 

Honeymoon in stunning beaches and private islands

If you are looking for the perfect escape, the beaches of Perú are a heavenly place. After touring Peru and enjoying its culture, nature and history, what better way to end your vacation than relaxing on one of the country’s Pacific beaches? These little-known places filled with peace attract surfers in search of big waves, as well as those who prefer to enjoy the beach by lying in the sand and soaking up the sun.

Beaches of Lima:

El Faraón: To the north of Lima, this is a very attractive beach for tourists because a pyramidal island can be seen just offshore which can be reached easily by swimmers. Many beachgoers find themselves drawn by the challenge of swimming to the island.

El Silencio: This beach is just a half hour drive from Lima. It is surrounded by a cliff and the waters are calm and clear. This is a great spot to enjoy the sun, sea and a sense of great peace.

Beaches of Piura:

Máncora is popular for its warm waters, great climate, sandy beaches and winds which create the perfect conditions for wind surfing or kite surfing. This is a superb place for a relaxing vacation. For surfing enthusiasts, the area’s two meter high waves present all the challenges they may be seeking. 

 Islands of Lake Titicaca

And if what you are looking for is a dreamlike island, then the paradise which is Lake Titicaca is waiting for you. This is a serene and remote place, perfect for getting away from everything and simply relaxing. But it also offers a wide range of activities which will satisfy even the most active traveler. These activities include hiking, wildlife watching, canoeing and boat rides, while in the evenings you can admire the night sky or relax with a massage or sauna.

We can exclusively arrange many different special events to create those memorable moments and here are just a few examples:

  • Al fresco picnics in the Sacred Valley, Peru
  • Hot-air ballooning in the Andes
  • Massage and relax sessions
  • Exclusive visits to view private art collections
  • Personal tour of the vineyards of Ica
  • Personal shopping in Cusco and Arequipa
  • Private Peruvian cooking lessons with a top chef
  • Marinera and Salsa lessons with the experts in Trujillo and Lima

We are delighted to introduce you an unforgettable and an idyllic trip. From the colonial riches of Lima, the cosmopolitan city of Cuzco and the breathtaking Machu Picchu to the private island of a precious lake and a marvelous spectacled at night. You will visit museums, galleries, ruins and places of natural beauty as an ‘insider', getting away as much as possible from the tourist path.

This itinerary can be booked exactly as it is or can be tailored to suit your requirements adding Exclusive Access, Festivals or Adventure activities. 


Day 1 Arrival Lima

Day 2 Lima - Cusco - Urubamba Valley

Day 3 Ollantaytambo

Day 4 Horseback riding in the Urubamba Valley - Moray

Day 5 Machu Picchu

Day 6 Machu Picchu, return to Cusco

Day 7 Cusco todayliving culture

Day 8 Cusco - Puno

Day 9, 10, 11 Remote and Private Isla Suasi

Day 12 & 13 Copacabana - Sun Island (South) - Inti Wata Complex- Chua - Sun Island (North) – Overnight - trekking in the north island – Chua - La Paz

Day 14 Ruins of Tiawanaku

Day 15 Transfer out

Day 1 Arrival Lima

Overnight in a hotel

Day 2 Lima - Cusco - Urubamba Valley

Arrival to Cusco, assistance and visit of Pisac ruins, our favorite site in the Urubamba Valley with stunning terracing hugging the contours of the hills. After this visit, you will go to Urubamba, where your hotel is located. Lunch at the hotel and free afternoon to acclimatize to altitude. In the evening, experience one of the hotel's spa treatments. Overnight at Sol y Luna Resort

Meals: B.L.

Day 3 Ollantaytambo

You will be taken to the village and Inca site of Ollantaytambo, which boasts some of the finest Inca architecture known. Return towards your hotel and lunch at the lovely Hacienda Huayo Ccari , the private estate of one of Cuzco's oldest land owning families. Cocktail in the garden and gourmet lunch. Return to your hotel in the late afternoon. In the evening, experience the vibrancy and colour of The Gods of the Andes, a dramatic presentation that evokes Inca and Spanish traditions and features vibrant costumes, dancing and singing. Overnight at Sol y Luna Resort

Meals: B.L.

Day 4 Horseback riding in the Urubamba Valley - Moray

Today take a break and live unsuspected experiences with a Peruvian Paso Horse in a full-day ride across the river to the salt mines of Maras, riding on rural paths, along river banks and through villages. The landscape of the snow capped mountains is truly breathtaking. You will then be surprised by a superb ‘al fresco' Picnic in a beautiful spot in the Valley. After the picnic, visit Moray and go back to hotel. Overnight at Sol y Luna Resort.

Meals: FB.

Day 5 Machu Picchu

Transfer to the Ollantaytambo, 30 minutes away from Urubamba, where you will take the  train to Machu Picchu, one of the world's major heritage sites, Machu Picchu is a sacred and magical place of spectacular sunrises and mystical moonlit nights. On arrival, check in at your hotel and guided visit of the site with your private guide. After you explore the ruins on your own, you will take the lunch at Tampu Restaurant in Sanctuary Lodge, then you will go down to your hotel, the lovely Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel or enjoy the perfect location of the only hotel adjacent to the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu, the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge.

Meals: FB.

Day 6 Machu Picchu, return to Cusco

This morning is at your leisure, you can enjoy Machu Picchu early in the morning to admire the sunrise. Machu Picchu at this time is pure magic or walk through the orchid garden to observe some of the MP Pueblo hotel's 372 different orchids in bloom. Afternoon return by train to Cusco, journey time is approximately 3.45 hours. At the train station you will be collected and driven to the Hotel Monasterio del Cusco or similar.

Meals: B.L.

Day 7 Cusco today

In the morning your guide will take you to the historic centre of Cusco to visit the Qoriqancha or the Sun Temple and the local market of Cusco. A trip to the market invariably offers insights into local cuisine; it provides an extraordinary insight into the lives and traditions of the Cusqueños and the people from the surrounding villages. Lunch at a typical restaurant to try a popular local dish. Afternoon visit the ruins of Saqsayhuaman Special dinner in Map Café, the Map Café is a statement of elegant simplicity situated in a fantastic location. Set in an intriguing glass ‘box' in the courtyard of the Pre-Columbian Art Museum, this restaurant offers the best in Andean Nouvelle cuisine. Overnight Hotel Monasterio or similar

Meals: F.B.

Day 8 Cusco - Puno

Train ride to Puno. This is a luxurious way to travel between Cusco and Lake Titicaca. On the journey passengers are served a three course lunch in their dining car, followed by coffee served in the Observation-Bar Car that adds to the enjoyment along this beautiful route, and provides the opportunity for magnificent photographs of the scenery. During the ten hour train ride not only the scenery will change between mountains and rolling plains, but also the climate will alter. Arrive to Puno and transfer to hotel Casa Andina Private Collection.

Meals: B.L.

Day 9, 10, 11 Remote and Private Isla Suasi

A unique solar-powered ecolodge – on Lake Titicaca’s only private island, with panoramic lake views from every room surrounded by terraced gardens and designed with native materials (stone, adobe and thatched roofs) to blend into the island, the lodge is committed to being green.

Suasi is a magical, and for many, mystical place to disconnect from the world. Spot rare vicuñas, hike to Itapilluni Hill to contemplate colorful high-altitude sunsets, paddle a canoe around the island, go on quiet nature walks, or visit the earthy spa for massages and steam saunas with eucalyptus leaves. With 24 well-appointed but appealingly rustic rooms and the Andean Cottage (a spectacular two-bedroom lakefront suite), a candlelit gourmet restaurant, bar and game room, the lodge is the perfect place to relax after a day of doing plenty – or doing nothing at all.

Meals: FB.

  • Outdoor activities: From hikes to canoeing & boating

Nature walks

Follow a series of gentle island trails to observe native plants & animals with a specialized guide. Spot native bird species, including black cormorants and cinnamon teals; camelids, including rare wild vicuñas; and vizcachas, small, rabbit-like creatures.

Canoeing Lake Titicaca

Take advantage of the lodge’s fleet of light Canadian fiberglass canoes to paddle the placid lake waters and the 6-km (3.5-mi) circumference of the island (90 minutes), spotting birds and wildlife in caves, inlets and crevices.

Boating on Titicaca

Hop aboard a motorized Zodiac dinghy (capacity: 16) and circle the island, spotting birds and other wildlife, or embark on a wooden boat to the community of Cambría (50% of fees go toward community projects).

Sunset on Cerro Itapilluni

In late-afternoon, trek up to Suasi’s high point, Itapilluni Hill, for sunset, when surreal colors streak the high-altitude sky. For some visitors, it’s a near-mystical experience.

Cultural Hut

Take a guided visit to a small museum & library — housed in the original eco-refuge established by the former owner of the Island — and learn about the topography of Lake Titicaca, its languages and culture, textiles, history and religion.

Stargazing & Nightly Bonfires

The expansive sky over Titicaca, with so little artificial light in any direction, is superb to observe Southern Hemisphere constellations. An astronomy-trained guide leads guests in viewing stars and planets with a Bushnell telescope and explains Inca cosmology. Then relax with a nightcap at a blazing bonfire in the fire pit near the lodge.

  • Native spa with sauna & massage

The inviting Suasi spa – which offers stunning views of Lake Titicaca – is very much in keeping with the rusticity of the island. Massages by a professional masseuse make use of creams, oils and aromatherapy based on regional Andean plants, while a laid-back steam sauna uses eucalyptus leaves. The sauna is offered free of charge to guests, while massages are available for durations of 30 or 60 minutes.

Day 12 & 13 Copacabana - Sun Island (South) - Inti Wata Complex - Sun Island (North) – Overnight - trekking in the north island – Chua - La Paz

Land transfer to Copacabana Sanctuary, board the Catamaran Cruise Ship, snack on board while sailing to Sun Island, the legendary birthplace of the Inca Empire. Visit the Inca Garden, steps and fountain followed by the Inti Wata Cultural Complex including the Ekako Underground Museum, the traditional medicine and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders display centers, the Pachamama agricultural Inca terraces, a handicraft center, the Intica lounge and at the Manco Kapac look out the largest variety of Andean camelids. Also, the Inti Wata Complex at Sun Island includes a unique sailing experience aboard a huge Titikaka traditional vessel for a panoramic view to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace. Buffet lunch on board. Visit of the Aymara community of Challapampa, the Sacred temple  La Chinkana and the Sacred rock of the Inca where we participate of a ancestral ceremony to the earth, overnight in the Catamaran with romantic dinner and an unforgettable night. The next day we will hike for an Inca trail. Catamaran Cruise Ship to Chua harbor while enjoying a buffet lunch on board and then bus to La Paz. Overnight at Radisson Plaza hotel.

Meals: B.L.D B.L

Day 14 Ruins of Tiawanaku

Half day tour of the Ceremonial center of the oldest American civilization located at 1 hour from La Paz, we will visit the amazing and mysterious Sun Gate (La Puerta del Sol), the precious Moon Gate (La Puerta de la Luna), the impressive Kalasasaya underground temple and the wonderful Monolitos (Monoliths). After a delicious lunch you will have free time for shopping and in the evening we will enjoy of a folkloric show. Overnight at Radisson Plaza hotel.

Meals: FB.

Day 15 Transfer to the airport to take your international flights


  • All the necessary land transportation
  • Transfers
  • Professional bilingual guide (English and Spanish)
  • Tours and activities mentioned in the program
  • Entrance fees for all tours and excursions, parks and museums
  • Accommodation at selected hotel
  • Meals described in the program (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner, FB=Full board, BL= Box Lunch), Other services including trekking services:
  • Machu Picchu entrance fee
  • R/T Bus ticket (from the village of Aguas Calientes up to Machu Picchu ruins and from Machu Picchu to the village)
  • R/T train ticket Cusco - Machu Picchu - Cusco (Backpacker, Vistadome or Hiram Bingham service, upon request) (*)
    • Services in the Catamaran
  • Land transportation - SIC service
  • Catamaran Navigation - SIC service
  • Bilingual guide English / Spanish

(*) If there would not be train ticket available in the direct route Aguas Calientes – Poroy, a train ticket Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo (Sacred Valley) with an additional transfer to your selected hotel will be provided.

Not included:

  • International and domestic flights
  • flights
  • Airport taxes
  • Baggage excess
  • Meals not included in the program
  • Personal expenses
  • Any kind of personal insurance
  • Tips
  • Alcoholic drinks, soda or bottled mineral water
  • International or National personal telephone calls

We recommend that you take:

  • Travel documents: passport, visas, travel insurance certificate, air tickets, vouchers
  • Health requirements arranged
  • Any Vaccination Certificates required
  • Money: cash, credit card and money pouch
  • Waterproof rain jacket or poncho
  • Backpack for carrying items for daily use such as cameras, water bottles, etc.
  • Long-sleeved shirts
  • Short-sleeved t-shirts
  • Comfortable pants
  • Shorts
  • Walking boots , waterproof trekking boots recommended
  • Sports shoes or sandals for a higher comfort while at camp
  • Warm clothing, including jacket, fleeces
  • Hat, cap and accessories
  • Rehydration cream
  • Underwear
  • Towel, toilet paper
  • Camera, video camera, binoculars, etc.
  • Insect repellent
  • Sun block
  • Non-disposible canteen
  • Original International Student Identity Card (in case you have applied for a student discount)

Before you travel we recommend that you check that you have adequate health insurance, travel insurance and personal insurance to cover the needs of your family in case of loss of baggage, accident, theft or death.

Prices per Person 2015:

Please contact us, specifying:

  • Service (in pool or in private)
  • Departure date
  • Requested train service: Backpacker (Basic train), Vistadome (First Class), Hiram Bingham (Luxury train)

Social & Environmental responsibility

Andean Skyline is committed to travelling in a way that is respectful of local people, their culture, local economies and the environment. With your participation we can help conserve the area we visit and bring positive benefits to our host communities.

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