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Tour Leaders World Travel Guide offers you all-inclusive customized travel packages to visit South America, Machu Picchu, the Amazon Cruise rainforest, flights over the Nazca Lines, Lima sightseeing tours, and much more. Whether it’s hiking or glamping the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, we offer various travel packages that suit everyone’s travel style. Tour Leaders LLC Based in both the U.S. and Peru, the company’s founder is a licensed Peruvian Tour Guide with over 15 years of experience and a Registered nurse.

We are the first and only company that offers licensed nurses available to you 24/7 while in Peru. You can also request for a Nurse to travel with you if desired. Peru is a travel destination guaranteed to create wonderful memories.

Our History

Peru is one of the most stunning locations on the planet. From the breathtaking splendor of craggy mountains to the postcard perfection of our beaches – the scenic backdrop makes for some of the best hiking tours in the world. We already know this, of course, and that’s why we formed the Tour Leaders Peru Travel Guide; to give other people a glimpse into Peruvian culture, preserve our Incan heritage, and share the beauty of our fabled land with the globe.

South America Tour Packages


Nothing opens your world—and your imagination—like the Galapagos Islands. Sealed off for millions of years, this pristine archipelago is home to foliage and wildlife found nowhere else. Our all-inclusive Galapagos packages offer you the chance to explore these unspoiled islands to the fullest, and it doesn’t end there.


Experience the fascinating Nazca Lines, archaeological treasures, and gastronomic delights of Peru, with the untamed rainforest of the Amazon, on this thrilling river cruise adventure that offers a little something for everyone!


Triple the sights, sounds, and sizzle on this South American vacation through FOUR of the continent’s most scintillating countries. As you samba through Brazil, tango through Argentina, and cueca through Chile. Your South American vacation wouldn’t be complete without sipping a Pisco sour and drinking in the wonder of Machu Picchu.

Peru Tours And Packages


  1. Lima
  2. Nazca Lines
  3. Cusco
  4. Machu Picchu
  5. Titicaca Lake


Total distance: 26 miles/23km
Elevation: 4,200m/13,779ft
Good for Hikers
Difficulty: Quite Challenging
Inca Trail Permit Required


  • Salkantay Trek 5d
  • Lares Trek to Machu Picchu 4D
  • Choquequirao trek 5D
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{PERU PACKAGE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! Date of Experience: 12/2019 I visited Peru with my family back in Dec. 2019 with this company. We were picked up at Lima airport by our guide Miguel and given a tour of Lima city along with the Larco museum. The following day we headed to…
{We, unfortunately, didn't get to travel with Tour Leaders Peru because of Covid-19. We had to cancel our May tour and postpone our vacation until further notice. We had paid a deposit and Natalie and the team worked diligently with the government to refund our trip. We are…
{I have always wanted to see Machu Picchu and when the opportunity came, I didn’t want to pass. My friends and I did the Salkantay Trek with Odon as our main guide and he was just so passionate about telling us the history and the culture behind Machu Picchu. Odon took care of us like we were his children haha, he helped us adjust or feel better with altitude sickness.
{If you’d like hiking to see the stunning view at Salkantay lake and one of the seven worlds wonders Machu Picchu while having someone to set your tent and cook your fresh gourmet Peruvian dinners every night, then you have to sign up with Tour leaders Peru. Their tour guide is very fun, friendly, and knowledgeable. Their REI equipment is new and up to date.
{We had a great tour of With Tour Guide Aldo (he's great): Cusco, Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, Machu Picchu. Jose was always there, attentive, hiking in front, back, side, showing us extra ruins on side trails. It was great! For the Amazon, we switched to great naturalist and super birder Jose Antonio and hiked and birded in Manu National Park.
{We just got home safely from Peru. We saw the Sacred Valley, hiked the 26 mile Inca Trail for 4 days from 8,000 to 13,800 feet to see the ancient stunning Machu Picchu, learned about Incas, went to the exciting Amazon Rain Forest to see Macaw birds in the wild, shopped at San Pedro’s Market in Cusco, celebrated New Year’s Eve in yellow hats in Cusco...


Ever since we started operating out of a small Cusco City Apartment in 2016, we’ve believed that doing well as a company means doing good in the World. That’s why we Committed our time,  equity, and travel products to show and offer our best tour services in Peru for everyone.


We Offer The Following Types Of Travel


Family Travel


Group Travel






Customized Travel

Inca Trail Classic Hiking Tours To Machu Picchu

Explore the Inca heartlands: Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley of The Incas. Enjoy the Inca Trail, one of the most scenic and well-known treks in the world. Hike through stunning mountain scenery along the Salkantay Trek. We are the best tour operator in Cusco - Peru. We are Tour Leaders Peru Travel Guide.

This classic Peruvian trekking tours combine snow-capped mountains, lush cloud forests, subtropical jungle, and a magnificent mix of Inca ruins to justify its status as one of the world’s most famous adventures! Tour Leaders Peru. Trekking The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4D gives you the ability to enjoy our premier REI.COM camping accommodations.

To hike with light day packs as Inca Trail porters to transport our camping gear and food; to enjoy wonderful Peruvian cuisine prepared by a professional outdoor chef; to access safe drinking water for the duration of the trip, and most importantly to fully maximize your Peruvian adventure.


The trail itself is breathtaking! A spectacular sight as you reach the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu at sunrise. The Classic Inca trail runs 26 miles (42 km) long, is usually hiked over 4 days/3 nights, and is tucked away in the beautiful Andes mountains in Peru.


Total distance: 26 miles/23km
Elevation: 4,200m/13,779ft
Good for Hikers
Difficulty: Quite Challenging
Inca Trail Permit Required


Total distance: 46.7 miles/75km
Elevation: 4,821m/15,817ft
Good for Hikers
Difficulty: Quite Challenging
Inca Trail: Permit Require


Total distance: 29,3miles/47km
Elevation: 4,700m/15,419ft
Good for Hikers
Difficulty: Quite Challenging
Inca Trail: Permit Require

Explore New and Extended Tour Destinations

We are the first and only company that offers licensed nurses available to you 24/7 while in Peru. You can also request for a Nurse to travel with you if desired. Peru is a travel destination guaranteed to create wonderful memories.


Peru Travel Package From The United States


Lima is a place of converging trends, created by its people and their living culture, where you will find every corner of Peru represented.

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In Cusco, every corner tells a story and every story is captivating, mystical, and inviting.

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Quite possibly the only accessible piece of virgin rainforest left in the world, Manu is located in a beautiful and entirely unspoiled corner of southeastern Peru.

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The lines drawn in geometric patterns and distinct animal shapes across the Peruvian desert have inspired many theories over the years

Amazon Manu Tours


Puerto Maldonado in Peru, Tambopata is one of the world’s most wildlife-rich places with a fantastic diversity of species.


Language: Peru has three official languages. Spanish is the most widely spoken, followed by Quechua and Aymara.

Currency: The currency of Peru is the nuevo sol. 1 USD is equivalent to about 3.31 PEN.

Credit Cards and ATMs: In Peru’s main cities, you’ll easily find ATMs that accept Visa cards for cash withdrawals. While there are ones that take Cirrus/MasterCard, they aren’t as common. Visa is also the most widely accepted card in Peru for purchases at shops and restaurants.

Plugs: The plugs in Peru are Type A and C. The standard voltage is 220 V, and the standard frequency is 60Hz. I recommend buying a universal adapter (make sure it has surge protection) and using a converter for hairdryers and hot tools.

Safety: While Peru used to have a bad reputation for crime in its major cities, the situation has improved in recent years. Today, it’s a relatively safe country to travel around, but you’ll need to keep your eye on your belongings as petty theft is still common.

Travel Blogs

Peru is a massive country and deciding when to visit greatly depends on what you want to see and do. The best time to conquer the country’s famous Inca Trail is in the winter. From June to August, the weather is dry and the days are warm.

For trips to the Amazon, June to November is a favorite among travelers. There’s less rainfall which means you won’t have to worry about trails closing or the cold, wet season temperatures.

But if you’re traveling to Peru on a budget, the winter months are the most expensive. Save money on airfare and hotels by braving the rainstorms and exploring the country’s top sights with fewer crowds.

Read More: The Best Time to Hike the Inca Trail and Visit Machu Picchu

Yoga Retreat Sacred Valley Peru

Join us for a bucket list journey into the majestic Peruvian Andes including authentic cultural ceremonies and incredible ancient sites. Deep dive into our signature retreat programming featuring all-levels yoga, meditation, Enneagram, and transformational soul work along with private guided excursions to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Machu Picchu, the ancient ruins and artisan village of Pisaq, and a rare visit to a Quechua mountain school.

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We didn’t just want to form a tour company in Peru. We tried to create a tour company for Peru.

Based in USA and PERU

We are regulated by Consumer Protection in Peru and licensed travel sellers in the State of California. By law, all monies are held in a trust account until your travel is complete. We also contribute to the Travel assurance fund.


Our Tour Guides play an invaluable role in ensuring that our clients have the best experience. Learn about our culture and enjoy your trip. We carefully choose our Tour Leaders based on their Language skills, knowledge of regional Culture, and History.


We offer quality tours at affordable prices while providing exemplary service to our clients and to earn their loyalty & operate our travel business in an environmentally responsible, ethical, and sustainable way.




All our tours are backed up by our own network and teams in the local destinations. During the entire duration of the trip, your daily movement is closely monitored. You are always a phone call away from Tour Leaders Peru staff.


We actively support responsible, ethical, and sustainable travel through our business practices, encouraging clients to do the same and also by contributing part of our profits to support community projects in the destination we visit.

We Have updated information Here, and a Few Words About the Best of Machu Picchu Peru Tours

What makes Machu Picchu so compelling that it draws thousands of tourists here is that it stood forgotten for centuries until Hiram Bingham brought it to the world’s attention in 1911. The Incas kept the secret of its existence closely guarded against the Spanish invaders and no written records exist. To this day, nobody truly knows why it was built.

Theories abound; Machu Picchu is thought to have been constructed perhaps as a site of astronomical significance, an observatory, an important agricultural station, a military fortress, a place of learning, an important ceremonial center, a royal Inca retreat, or perhaps just to celebrate the unspeakable greatness of the natural beauty around it. It is certainly successful at the last.


What to do in Peru?

For many travelers, Peru immediately brings to mind the famous ruins of Machu Picchu. And while this is a site worthy of any bucket list, Peru has much to offer travelers beyond this ancient Incan city. Take a look at some of Peru’s noteworthy sites and activities below. Don’t know where to start? One of our Peru travel specialists can help create the perfect custom itinerary based on your travel interests in preferences whether your an avid adventurer, a history buff, or both!

Plans for Lima Peru?

Peru’s thriving capital city is a hub for all things culture and cuisine. Considered the gastronomic capital of South America, Lima is the place to eat whether your a seasoned foodie or not. This port city’s cuisine aptly reflects its layered history of indigenous, Spanish, African, Asian, and Italian influences. From tantalizing Plato’s criollos ( creole dishes) to mazamorra Morada ( a sweet custard made from local purple corn), there is something to satisfy every palate.

Between meals, admire Lima’s diverse architecture from the Spanish-influenced squares to the modern San Isidro Garden District.

The Nazca Lines Tours

Located in a desert on Peru’s southern coast the town of Nazca lies at what was once the base of the ancient Nazca civilization. Today, you’ll find relics of this once thriving civilization in the Nazca lines, huge representations of animals, humans and other geometrics carved into a vast rock plateau.

Nazca tours depart from Lima, making them easy to incorporate into a more comprehensive tours of Peru. The drive down the southern coast to Nazca takes about four hours, but the coastal town of Pracas makes an excellent overnight stopover. The town sits just north of Paracas Peninsula, an area of rich biodiversity within the Paracas National Reserve. The peninsula – which is easily explored via bicycle – is famous for its colonial era cathedrals. For the more adventurous, you can take a quick boat ride to the Ballestas Islands and immerse yourself in a remarkable ecosystem full of Humboldt penguins, sea lions, pelicans, cormorants, terns, boobies and vultures.

Best Time To visit Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is one of the top places to visit in South America, followed very closely by the Galapagos Islands Ecuador. A journey to Machu Picchu Peru and the Galapagos Islands is a trip that every traveler should take once in their lives.

So, when is the best time to visit Galapagos and Machu Picchu? Here is The Answer Typically Spring (April-June) and Fall (Sep-Nov) is the best time to visit, as the weather is mild and pleasant in both countries. Let me share my experience traveling to Machu Picchu and Galapagos during the Spring (April), and you will understand why.


Titicaca Lake Tours

Peru’s southeastern border with Bolivia bisects Lake Titicaca and the surrounding altiplano (highlands). The lake is mesmerizing for its unbelievable size, deep blue color, and diverse wildlife as well as the fascinating myriad of cultures practicing traditional farming, fishing, and crafting within the lake’s unique microclimate.

Puno is the main port city on the Peru side of Lake Titicaca, and the rail route from Cusco to Puno is considered one of the Great Train Journeys of the World. There is also an airport in the nearby town of Juliaca, making Titicaca a great option for all trips to Peru.

The lake itself features ancient man-made islands constructed from native vegetation reeds, mysterious Chullpas (pre-Incan burial tombs), Inca ruins, and an impressive variety of indigenous clothing, handicrafts, music, and cuisine. Canoe and bike tours are a lovely way to take in all the lake has to offer amid idyllic scenery.

What Do We Offer In Cusco City

With Machu Picchu often taking center stage, it’s often forgotten that half of Peru is Amazon Rainforest! A lodge stays on the Madre de Dios River is the perfect complement to a high-altitude mountain itinerary and an unforgettable part of a Peru tour.

Amazon excursions from Puerto Maldonado include a boat transfer from the city to a river lodge, where guests are provided options for daily safari-like activities. The Tambopata National Reserve sets the stage for boat tours during which you’ll have the opportunity to spot giant river otters, macaws, howler monkeys, caimans, and anacondas.

Nighttime rainforest excursions provide the opportunity to see night-jars, owls, and capybara; furthermore, at the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway, you can traverse a network of platforms and bridges for a birds-eye perspective of the Amazonian ecosystem and resident toucans, squirrel monkeys, and three-toed sloths.

What’s the Weather Like in Cusco, Peru?

Rainy Season in Cusco Peru

The “Rainy Season” in Cusco Peru runs from November to March.

The intense rains are generally in the afternoon, Cusco is full of rainbows 2 or 3 at the same time, and the Inca city of Machu Picchu is dressed in its most intense green.

Although it is a Rainy Season in Cusco Peru, it is also summer in Cusco; So no matter how much it rains, the days are warm.

Precipitation: Less than 500 mm to 1000 mm / year.
Temperatures: Maximum up to 26 ° C. Average: From 18 ° C to 23 ° C.
Minimum: It descends to 4 ° C. although in the highest areas.
What to wear in Rainy Season

Don’t forget to pack waterproof clothes, an umbrella, and shoes that allow you to walk safely on wet and slippery surfaces. Sun protection (cap, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses)

The dry season in Cusco Peru

The “Dry Season” in Cusco Peru runs from April to October.

Although the mornings are warm with an average temperature between 17 and 19 ° C; the nights are very frigid, and it is not uncommon for temperatures to fall under zero in the months of June and July.

During these months there is a high season of tourism, this causes that Machu Picchu tickets, train tickets, hotels and guides in the city of Cusco, must be booked in advance.





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