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Top 10 Shared Day Tours and activities to do in Peru this 2024

Thinking about Peru is a whole adventure; it is a lot of experiences and memories. It is a mix of sensations and emotions; colors, harmony, flavors.

From the moment that you arrive in Peru for the first time, in the same airport you can see a mix of races, languages and ways to express their words and feelings. It is very true that in Peru most of the inhabitants are “mestizos” which is a mix between indigenous and Spanish but now is very cosmopolitan.

Its people, the Peruvian, are very friendly, talkative, entertaining and almost always look happy.  they will always want to help you and give you the assistance you need.

And what do they say about Peru?


As National Geographic says: Peru is the third largest country in South America, after Brazil and Argentina. It is made up of a variety of landscapes, from mountains and beaches to deserts and rainforests. Most people live along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, where the capital, Lima, is located.

The world’s largest rainforest, the Amazon, covers nearly half of Peru. Called the selva in Spanish, this huge jungle, which also covers half of Brazil, is home to plants and animals that do not live anywhere else on Earth. Some scientists think there may even be Indian tribes there that have never seen the outside world.

Along Peru’s west coast is a narrow strip of desert 1,555 miles (2,500 kilometers) long. Ancient people, called the Chimu and the Nasca, first inhabited this region thousands of years ago. The coastal desert makes up only about 10 percent of Peru, but it is home to more than half of all Peruvians.

The second highest mountain range in the world runs through Peru. These peaks, called the Andes, are so tall and forbidding that the ancient Inca people thought they were gods. They run from north to south and can be seen from Peru’s beaches 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the west. The highest peak, Mount Huascaran, is 22,205 feet (6,768 meters) high.

What about the tours in Peru?

As you know, Peru with all its amazing places, has lots of tours in both private and shared service.  Let´s talk now about the shared tours

Shared Tours in Peru

The shared service tours are excellent.  The transportation we use is first class and the bilingual guides are highly trained. It is worth mentioning that the tours are only in English and Spanish.


City tour & Saint Domingo Convent

In about 4 hours you will see colonial and modern Lima and have a visit to the Convent with incredible history

Panoramic bus – Citi

You will have a panoramic tour of the most emblematic parts of Lima

Magic Water Circuit

It incorporates lights, music, and interactive elements, turning them into showpieces for a fun night of entertainment in Lima

main square of arequipa


City tour

It includes the highlights of Arequipa, a colonial city par excellence.

Tour de 2d/1 Colca

This is a trip worth it in itself. You will see herds of llamas, alpacas and vicuña along the way, after passing the views of the Misti, Chachani and Pichu Pichu volcanoes


Half-day Uros tour

The Uros people are believed to be descended from the earliest inhabitants of Lake Titicaca. They’ve preserved a floating lifestyle for hundreds of years.

Full-day Uros & Taquile Islands

Visit Uros and Taquile to gain insight into the indigenous inhabitants of the unique islands; ride the gentle waters of the world’s highest lake on a boat; and enjoy an authentic experience of a culture untouched by mainland modernity

traditional boats in uros
traditional arch in taquile island
viewponint in sacred valley


City & nearby ruins

Enjoy the magical city, walk through its narrow streets, visit the city and the Qoricancha Temple and the archaeological monuments outside the city

Sacred Valley of the Incas

An incredible tour where you will visit the town of Pisac and its handicraft market, as well as the fortress of Ollantaytambo. This is a must!

Full-day tour to Machu Picchu

How can you not visit the seventh wonder of the modern world, you will have the best experience of your life. Includes transfers, train tickets and guide.  This is obviously a MUST!

You can be sure there are plenty more you can visit as a group such as the South Valley, Maras & Moray, Vinicunca Rainbow, Humantay lake and so on.

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