We Must Dash

Packin' Peru


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June 30 - Jul 11


  • Days: 12
  • Countries: 1
  • Start: Lima
  • Style: Culture/Sightseeing/Nightlife
  • Max People: 30
  • Finish: Lima


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LIMA (1 Day)
Day 1: Arrive – Catacombs – Miraflores Nightlife

Day 2: Plaza de Armas – Walking Tour
Day 3: Volcano Viewpoint – Colca Canyon – Hot Springs

PUNO (3 Days)
Day 4: Bus – Free Day – Drinks
DAY 5: Lake Titicaca – Island Tour – Island Homestay 
DAY 6: Taquile Island Tour

CUSCO (2 Days)
Day 7: Bus – Walking Tour – Pisco Sour Class
DAY 8: – Urubamba – Moray Ruins – Salt Mines

DAY 9: Scenic Train –  2.5 Hour Hike to Machu Picchu
DAY 10: Thermal Springs – Free Night

CUSCO (1 Day)
Day 11: San Pedro Market – Qorikancha Museum

LIMA (1 Day)
Day 12: Free Day – Depart

***All itineraries, including accommodations and experiences, are subject to change due to group size, price changes, natural occurrences and unforeseen circumstances. All efforts will be made to replace the activity or experience with a comparable substitute with no additional cost to our travelers.

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What's Included With The Trip?

  • Recommendations & full access to our super smart and fun tour managers
  • All accommodations & in-country transportation for the 14 days of your trip
  • Entrance to the Catacombs of San Francisco
  • Colca Canyon Day Tour including hot springs & viewpoint
  • Amantani Island Overnight Homestay including Taquile Island & Uros Islands Tour
  • Cusco Night Walking Tour & Pisco Sour Class
  • Shuttle through Sacred Valley with stops in Urubamba (sweeping landscapes), Moray (ruins), Salineras (salt mines)
  • Vistadome train to Aguas Calientes
  • 3 hr hike to Machu Picchu & Entrance Fee
  • Aguas Calientes Thermal Springs
  • Transport/flight back to Lima

What's NOT Included With The Trip?

  • Arrival & departure airfare
  • Spending money ($30/day avg. bring more if you want, its your vacation!)
  • Travel Visas (most western countries get free tourist visa upon arrival)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Alcohol
  • Shopping
  • Meals
  • Personal excursions not provided by We Must Dash

Moments From The Road


Located on the edge of John F. Kennedy Park in the Miraflores district our accommodation is in one of the safest and tourist friendly areas of Lima. The nightlife is close and the day time stroll's through the park the check out Virgen Milagrosa make this a place to call home while we're in Lima.
We've lined out a great little party hostel that is steps from the Plaza de Armas in Arequipa. Part open air courtyard and pool area, part quaint bar area. This place has great food and something for everyone. The favorite game of the staff is actually "Boom Cup" which has been introduced to them by yours truly. There's been nightly matches ever since.
Rest and relaxation is the name of the game in Puno. Sitting at 12,550 ft. above sea level the air is thin. which means some folks will be dealing with a little bit of altitude sickness. Our accommodation is a multilevel guesthouse where it's quiet enough to acclimate for a full day before we make our way out to Lake Titicaca
Looking for a unique, incredible and delicious home-stay experience? Our local company brings us to the most accommodating families where our groups start our stay with a delicious lunch/dinner. Our hosts also take us to a local party with singing dancing as we toss back a few Arequipeñas
Another party hostel located next to the Plaza de Armas. There's nightly activities such as karaoke and themed parties. We can't say enough about our Cusco accommodation. Another courtyard based structure that makes for an amazing common area. It's one of our favorites of any hostel we stay at on any of our itineraries.
Aguas Calientes is a bit of a tourist trap, but it is a necessity to spend at least one night here to catch one of the first buses for Machu Picchu. Our accommodation is centrally located to the square and very close to the buses used to get up to there.


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