About Mystical Peruvian Highlights Singles Tour

Join singles 50+ for another Bucket List Vacation in Peru, which is also among our “Top 5 Places for Singles”! Visit some of the world’s greatest mysteries such as Machu Picchu — one of the 7 wonders of the world, and the “Lost City of the Incas.” Premium Members save on Your Own Space™ – Add membership at check out.

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Join us for a journey in Peru, one of the treasures of South America! This exotic and fascinating country boasts the most dramatic Andean peaks and finest regional cuisine. Admire a stunning mountainous backdrop as we travel through charming Inca villages and countryside in the Sacred Valley. As we move on to Ollantaytambo, discover the unchanged culture and lifestyle of the modern Andean people. In addition to the vast landscapes and diversity, the highlight of our trip will be the breathtaking beauty of Machu Picchu. Sit back and enjoy our scenic ride to the legendary Inca ruins, located high in the clouds. Within hiking distance of here is also the former Inca capital of Cusco, which is plush with Inca ruins and extraordinary history. Experience the blend of Inca Culture and Spanish Colonial influence as we visit the Indian ruins and cathedrals. Our journey is designed to give us the opportunity to interact with locals and gain insight into their everyday life.

Looking to extend your vacation in South America? Come in early for our Wonders of Chile & Peru Singles Cruise for the ultimate experience!

Inclusive Features of Our Tour:

  • 7 Nights Accommodations in 4 Cities: 2 Nights in Lima, Peru at Hotel JW Marriott Lima; 2 Nights in Sacred Valley, Peru at Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa; 1 Night in Machu Picchu at Sumaq Machu Picchu and 2 Nights in Cusco, Peru at Hotel JW Marriott El Convento Cusco*
  • VIP Upgrade (Optional) to Include the Exclusive and Luxurious, Belmond Hiram Bingham Train & the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, Gateway to the Inca Empire and ONLY Lodge Located Next to the Machu Picchu citadel!
    • VIP members enjoy the privilege of “First” to Enter Plus Sunrise Breakfasts Overlooking the Archeological Site! VIP members enjoy 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast and 1 Lunch at the Sanctuary During Both Days of Touring.
  • Round-Trip Domestic Airfare Between Lima and Cusco (rates subject to change if  you reserve after September 1, 2024)
  • Round-trip Airport to Hotel Transfers in Lima and Cusco within tour.
  • Transportation with English Speaking Local Guide for Included Tours
  • 4 Hour Vistadome Tran from Sacred Valley to Aguas Calientes with Transfers
  • Local Host Service in Each City for Assistance with Dining & Optional Sightseeing
  • Breakfasts (7), Snack (1), Lunch (3) & Dinners (3) including: Dinner at Café del Museo, a Snack on the train, Lunch at Wayra Ranch (Relais & Chateau) and Farewell Dinner at Map Café in Cusco.
  • All Taxes and Gratuities to Porters for Hotels & Servers During Included Meals
  • Optional Extra Night Package in Lima
  • Entrance Fees and Included sightseeing:
    • Lima – See City Landmarks including the Plaza San Martin, the Main Square, the Government Palace, City Hall, District of Pueblo Libre, San Francisco Monastery and Rafael Larco Herrera Museum
    • Sacred Valley – Ruins of Sacsayhuaman, breathtaking views of Cusco, Moray, a little Andean community, Salt Mines of Maras, enjoy gourmet Lunch at Wayra Ranch including Peruvian Paso Horse Demonstration
    • Machu Picchu – by way of train ride to Aguas Calientas, Entrance to Machu Picchu and Tour of Ruins, royal quarters, Temple of Three Windows, the Circular Tower, Sacred Sun Dial and Burial Grounds.
    • Cusco – Visit the Cathedral, Inca street of Loreto, Temple of the Sun called Ahuajpinta, Church of San Blas, oldest church in Cusco


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*Hotel accommodations and inclusive features are subject to change at any time at the discretion of Singles Travel International. We reserve the option to swap for a similar property for any reason, at any time. Inclusive features are subject to revision to accommodate local weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances.

 Ages listed are not meant as a restriction, but are simply used as a guideline. Singles Travel International does not guarantee the number of guests, ages or ratios.


Fri, April 4:  Lima, Peru – Optional 1 Night Pre Tour Package Arrivals or Come in early for our Wonders of Chile & Peru Singles Cruise for the ultimate experience!
Sat, Apr 5:  Lima, Peru – Arrival and Transfer to Hotel  
Sun, Apr 6:  Lima, Peru – City Tour and Museum  
Mon, Apr 7:  Sacred Valley, Peru – Flight to Cusco and Tour Sacsayhuaman
Tue, Apr 8:  Sacred Valley, Peru – Maras, Moray and Lunch & Paso Horse Exhibition
Wed, Apr 9:  Machu Picchu, Peru – Scenic, Vistadome Train to Agua Caliente, Tour of Machu Picchu VIP Upgrade (optional) – Hiram Bingham Train & Sanctuary Lodge
Thu, Apr 10:  Cusco, Peru – 2 Hour Tour of Machu Picchu and Vistadome Train back to Ollantaytambo
Fri, Apr 11:  Cusco, Peru – Walking Tour, Nearby Ruins, Free Time and Farewell Dinner
Sat, Apr 12:  Lima, Peru – Flight back to Lima and flights home* *Please note: Our domestic flight from Cusco (CUZ) to Lima (LIM), on April 12, is included in our package. Our flight will arrive in Lima (LIM) in the late afternoon. Schedule flights home to depart, from Lima (LIM), after 6 p.m.
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Day 1 – Saturday, April 5

Arrival in Lima

Upon arrival at Lima Airport, transfer to the Hotel JW Marriott Lima, a luxury, waterfront property, situated within steps of the beach and Costa Verde. We’re ideally located in the heart of Miraflores, perfect for single travelers looking to be in the midst of Lima’s greatest density of restaurants, shopping and nightlife. This evening, we will meet our fellow travel companions at our Welcome meet and greet and then the rest of the evening is ours to start exploring Lima!

Lima, also known as the “City of Kings”, was founded in 1535 by the Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro. Located directly on the Pacific coast, Peru’s capital city is a melting pot of cultures where you will encounter people, flavors, and history from different regions. The bustling metropolis has something for all tastes and ages: indulge in exquisite, internationally-praised cuisine, catch some waves on the coast, visit museums, and stroll around the historical center or the bohemian district of Barranco.

Overnight at the Hotel JW Marriott Lima in a Contemporary Classic Room

Day 2 – Sunday, April 6 (B, L, D)

City Tour with San Francisco Monastery and Larco Museum

After breakfast this morning, our day will start with a visit to the bustling city’s main square, the colonial area of the city. We’ll see the Plaza San Martin, the Government Palace, City Hall and the Cathedral, where conqueror Francisco Pizarro has his final resting place. The Cathedral also boasts a Religious Museum that we are free to wander with included admission.

Next, our guide will bring us to the San Francisco Church, with its eerie burial crypts. The complex was built above underground catacombs, used as cemeteries during the colonial era. Several areas are embellished with authentic Sevillian tiles dating back to 1620! The Monastery also hosts a Museum of Religious Art, the Zurbaran Room and a library.

As we continue to the Rafael Larco Herrera Museum, located in an 18th century vice royal mansion and built on a 17th century pyramid, we will admire it’s new galleries that exhibit the most extensive collection of Pre-columbian, Peruvian art in the world! The best and most complete collection of Peruvian Gold and Silver, from ancient times and textiles, will draw us in as we explore the exhibition. We will learn about 3000 years of development of Peruvian, Pre-Columbian history through the incredible chronological galleries. The featured, ancient gold and silver pieces and the erotic archaeological collection are what make this museum so famous and one of the most visited Peruvian tourist attractions.

After our city tour and trip to the Larco Herrera Museum, enjoy a variety of local food in the Café Del Museo, which belongs to the Larco Museum. Located in the garden in a beautiful colonial building you can either sit outside on the terrace, surrounded by beautiful flowers or inside in a modern and bright environment.

Overnight at the Hotel JW Marriott Lima in a Contemporary Classic Room

Day 3 – Monday, April 7 (B)

Flight to Cusco and City Tour

Enjoy an early breakfast this morning, at the hotel, before we head to the airport for our flight to Cusco*.

On arrival to Cusco, our Singles Travel International Concierge  will connect us with our local guide at the airport and we’ll transfer to our hotel in the Sacred Valley

En route, enjoy a tour in the surroundings of Cusco. Our first stop is Sacsayhuaman, the Inca ceremonial fortress dedicated to the sun. Admire the gigantic rocks used to build the site and the way they were perfectly fitted together. After that, we continue to Manos de la Comunidad where we get up close and personal with Andean camelids and learn how to differentiate llamas, alpacas, vicuñas, and guanacos. The project aims to preserve and promote weaving traditions while supporting local communities. After the tour, we’ll continue to our hotel in the Sacred Valley.

Dinner is on our own tonight and our Singles Travel International Concierge will coordinate possibilities for our group.

Overnight at the Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, in a Deluxe Terrace Room

Day 4 – Tuesday, April 8 (B, L)

Sacred Valley Tour with Lunch and Paso Horse Exhibition

The Sacred Valley, located at approximately 2,800m (9,186ft.) in the Peruvian Andes, was the heartland of the Inca Empire. Bordering the Urubamba River, its fertile soils were ideal for maize production, which was an esteemed crop and key ingredient to make “chicha”, a fermented maize drink highly consumed by the Incas during festivities and ceremonies. As you drive through the winding roads, stop to explore many fascinating ruins, citadels, and agricultural terraces. Some of the Sacred Valley’s favorite attractions include Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Maras, Moray, and the weaving village of Chincheros.

We begin our tour at Moray, a site with unique circular agricultural terraces. The pre-Inca platforms have underground irrigation channels, different soils, and changing temperatures, which made it ideal for a plant nursery and research center. Walk down 30m (98ft) and appreciate its ingenuity and splendor. Then, visit Maras and admire over 3,000 salt ponds with a stunning view of the Andes Mountains in the background. To this day, a network of water channels fills the ponds, the water evaporates, and the salt is harvested by hand. Finally, explore the impressive ruins of Ollantaytambo, one of the few places where the Incas won a battle against the Spaniards. Climb up the platforms and enjoy the view above the village and onto the valley. Near the ruins, visit a typical home and learn about the unique way their family has lived for generations in the Sacred Valley.

For lunch, we’ll savor the Andean cuisine at the Wayra Ranch including Peruvian Paso Horse Demonstration.

When we return to the hotel, dinner, and the rest of the evening, is on our own but our Singles Travel International Concierge is on hand to assist with making plans for the group.

Overnight at the Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, in a Deluxe Terrace Room

Day 5 – Wednesday, April 9 (B, D, Brunch for VIP)

Scenic Train to Machu Picchu

Breakfast at our hotel, then we’re off to the train station of Ollantaytambo.

Option: VIP Package Members sleep in for a bit until your private transfer to the train station to board the Exclusive and Luxurious, Belmond Hiram Bingham Train with Brunch! Touring Machu Picchu is reserved for members of this group along with other travelers on the same train. 

At the train station, the main group boards the panoramic Vistadome Train and enjoy the stunning Andean views filled with small communities and snow-capped mountains in the Sacred Valley. When we arrive to Aguas Calientes, the small village nestled at the bottom of Machu Picchu, we’ll take the shuttle bus up to the ancient citadel. Learn about the Inca civilization, the site’s discovery, and the different theories on this mysterious and spectacular archeological site.

Machu Picchu is on every traveler’s bucket list: it is undoubtedly one of the “must-see” archeological sites in the world. The most remarkable site from the Inca Empire was never found by the Spaniards and was re-discovered during the 20th century. Since then, archeologists continue to investigate, excavate, and reconstruct the ancient city that used to serve as a political, religious, and administrative center. Temples, agricultural terraces, and archeological observatories enclose a history and a mystery that go back thousands of years.

Also known as “The Lost City of the Incas”, Machu Picchu is considered to be one of the most extraordinary examples of landscape architecture in the world. The citadel was built around AD 1450, at the top of a granite mountain, and served as a place of worship, a site for star-gazing and a private hacienda for the family of the Inca Pachacutec. It was abandoned about a hundred years later, at the time of the Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire. Hidden in an enclave on the saddle of a mountain, overlooking the deep canyon of the Urubamba River and surrounded by lush tropical forest, the site was forgotten for centuries. It was brought back to worldwide attention, in 1911, by the explorer Hiram Bingham. The city consists of two main areas: one agricultural, formed mainly by mountains and food stores, and the other urban, noted for its sacred zone with temples, squares and royal tombs. The stairways and canals carved out of stone are recurrent throughout this remarkable archaeological site.

Machu Picchu was declared a Peruvian Historical Sanctuary in 1981 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. More recently, it was also named one of the “New Seven Wonders of the World” and the most ecological travel destination in the world. Machu Picchu shows us the Incas ingenious engineering and masonry techniques, enabling them to transport heavy stone blocks up the mountain side and polish them to fit together without any cement.

After this matchless day, we’ll all take the bus back down to Aguas Calientes with group dinner included to share our experiences for today!

Option: VIP Package Members stay at the Sanctuary Lodge, right next to Machu Picchu and enjoy a gourmet dinner at the lodge. 

Main group Dinner and overnight at the Sumaq Machu Picchu in a Deluxe River View room. 

Day 6 – Thursday, April 10 (B)

Machu Picchu, Aguas Calientes and Train to Ollantaytambo

Enjoy an early breakfast at our hotel before meeting our local guide in the hotel lobby for the approximate 20 minute bus ride to Machu Picchu. Today we’ll have the opportunity to deepen our Machu Picchu experience once again. Visit the citadel a second time to explore its sights on your own and soak up the magic of the ruins.

Option: VIP Package Members at the Sanctuary Lodge enjoy sunrise breakfast overlooking Machu Picchu.  You’ll meet up with our group for today’s tour together.

NOTE: We will be able to be on the site for no more than 2 hours and 30 minutes, re-entry is not permitted. Currently, there are different circuits for visiting Machu Picchu. The ticket included allows us a visit to a different circuit than visited the day before. Visits are scheduled from 6:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  with intervals of 1 hour. The selected schedule will be shown at the entrance. We’ll be required to enter only at the selected time, not earlier or after.

This afternoon, all members take the shuttle bus back down to Aguas Calientes and then the train through the Sacred Valley. We’ll all be transferred together from Ollantaytambo to our hotel in Cusco.

Dinner is on our own, this evening, but Cusco is the hub for singles ending or beginning their journey to Machu Picchu. Join other members of the group for a night on the “square”.

Overnight at the Hotel JW Marriott El Convento Cusco in a Deluxe Room

Day 7 – Friday, April 11 (B, D)

Walking Tour, Free Time and Farewell Dinner

Cusco, located at 3,400m (11,150ft.) in the Andes Mountains, was the heartland of the Incan Empire. The city blends ancient Andean cultures with Spanish colonial splendor. Visit nearby Inca citadels and temples like “Qorikancha” or “Sacsayhuaman”, or admire the colonial mansions, balconies, and churches throughout the city. As you stroll along the cobblestone streets, you can appreciate the colorful textiles, handicrafts, and art galleries. From Cusco, deepen your experience and adventure out to the Sacred Valley and to Machu Picchu.

After breakfast this morning, we’ll start our walking tour at the “Plaza de Armas” and visit the impressive renaissance-style Cathedral. Make our way through small alleys edged with Incan walls until you reach Koricancha, the temple dedicated to the sun, “Inti”. Believed to be the most important temple for the Incas, it was destroyed by the Spanish conquerors in the 16th century. Its foundations were used to build the Catholic Church Santo Domingo, marking an evident clash of cultures. Then, walk up to the San Blas district and wander the cobble stone streets as you browse the beautiful handicrafts and unique antique stores. Although the San Blas church’s adobe exterior is simple, take a peek inside you and admire the altar: it is the finest example of colonial wood carving in the Americas.

Our Singles Travel Concierge will coordinate with our local guide to escort us from the hotel to our restaurant, the renowned Map Café, for our farewell dinner.  Located in the central courtyard of the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, the MAP Café serves outstanding plates prepared with typical regional ingredients that enhance the classic flavors of Peruvian cuisine, to which is added a very personal and original touch. After the meal you walk back to your hotel

Overnight at the Hotel JW Marriott El Convento Cusco in a Deluxe Room

Please be aware that Cusco is at an altitude of 14,000 ft and altitude sickness may occur. This can include nausea, headache, and/or vomiting. We recommend consulting with your doctor about any precautions you should take before you make this journey.

Day 8 – Saturday, April 12 (B)

Transfer to Airport 

This morning, enjoy our last breakfast before we transfer to the airport for our flight back to Lima and flights home*.

Please note: Our domestic flight from Cusco (CUZ) to Lima (LIM), on April 12, is included in our package. Our flight will arrive in Lima (LIM) in the late afternoon. Schedule flights home to depart, from Lima (LIM), after 6 p.m. on April 12.

NOTE: Itinerary is subject to change, at the discretion of our local operators, without compensation. Singles Travel International is not responsible for the consequences of any changes.


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PASSPORT MANDATORY A passport is required for US citizens. Be sure to confirm that your passport is current and will be valid at least six months after your return date. If you do not have one or need a new one, contact the State Department Passport Office in your area immediately, or visit their website.

Visa: No Visa is required to enter Peru for US Citizens. Non US Citizens are responsible for verifying their own required documentation for this tour.

FLIGHT & PASSPORT INFO Two months prior to your vacation, you’ll receive an email with a link to upload your flight and passport information. This is important for us to be able to schedule your arrival and departure transfers.

INSURANCE Although travel insurance isn’t mandatory, we highly recommend it. In addition to direct access immediately upon completing your purchase, you will receive a quote from Travel Guard regarding travel insurance after reserving your vacation. (Please see FAQ on Travel Insurance.)

If you have any questions, Travel Guard professional, expert agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us, if you have not received your quote within 3 days, or CLICK HERE to go directly to Travel Guard and request a policy quote. It only takes a few minutes.

Questions and comments after you have reserved your vacation are addressed promptly when you send a message to us at service@singlestravelintl.com.

The tour begins in Lima (LIM) on April 5, 2025, and ends in Cusco, Peru (CUZ) on April 12, 2025. Therefore the tour is 7 nights/8 days.

To make the most of your vacation, we recommend arriving in Lima (LIM) before 3 p.m., on April 5, 2025.

*Please note: Our domestic flight from Cusco (CUZ) to Liam (LIM) on April 12, is included in our package. Our included flight will arrive in Lima (LIM) in the late afternoon on April 12. Schedule flights home to depart, from Lima (LIM), after 6 p.m. on September 27.


A deposit is due at time of reservation, and final payment is due on December 4, 2024.

If you make a reservation after December 4, 2024, full payment will be automatically charged at time of reservation and penalties will apply.

Changing lives through traveling the world together is our “why” and we want to make it possible for every member to achieve their personal vacation dream goals.  Sometimes, it takes extra care and attention to helping you make it a reality.  Below are payment options to accommodate every need.

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Contact our team at service@singlestravelintl.com and request the Pay-By-Check discount. Your final payment balance will be recalculated deducting the Pay-By-Check discount. Then be sure to mail your check with the revised balance total to our office so that it arrives by December 4, 2024, in order to secure your reservation and price.  Late payments will not be accepted. 

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IMPORTANT: If you pay online using your credit card on the Reservations & Payments dashboard, be aware that the discounted rate is no longer valid and that the higher price applies. We will contact you to collect the non-discounted price balance due.

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All cancellations must be made in writing to Singles Travel International at service@singlestravelintl.com and are subject to per person penalties as follows:

After deposit and at any time of cancellation, refunds may be requested less a minimum charge of $250 in addition to other penalties listed below.

* After December 4, 2024 – 100% penalty applies. 

Air packages and air tickets are subject to cancellation policies imposed by the airlines.

Cancellations made prior to the final payment date of December 4, 2024, may request a Future Trip Credit for the Singles Travel International portion of $250 and our minimum cancellation fee will be waived, but not refunded. The Future Trip Credit may be used toward any future Singles Travel International vacation within 1 year of cancellation, for travel at any time. No refunds will be given on any unused portions of the trip. 

We recommend arriving in Lima (LIM) before 3 p.m., on April 5, 2025, in order to allow plenty of time to start exploring.

Seeking a more comprehensive program, including the Atacama Desert and other natural wonders of the region?  Reserve our Wonders of Chile & Peru Singles Cruise that begins in Santiago, Chile on March 26.

Note that Singles Travel International is a vacation event company that plans singles events and markets our events at our expense to create a “singles only” experience. We do not allow guests to join the group unless the reservation has been made by Singles Travel International. Our policy is firm for tours and cruises, as well as pre and post trip hotel stays. Members and friends that “show up” will not be allowed to participate.

In order to accommodate singles from all over the world, our tours and cruises are priced as land/cruise only. Therefore, airfare is additional. Singles Travel International is a licensed ticketing agency and oftentimes has low negotiated fares.

Please review this section carefully before reserving your airline ticket.  We have several modules from which to choose and we matched your flight dates to make it easier to understand.

April 5, 2025  – Arrive by 3 p.m. in order to connect with our Concierge and fellow travelers at our Welcome Meet & Greet. Transfer to our hotel is included in our package.
April 7, 2025 – Flight Included from Lima to Cusco 
April 12, 2025 –
Flight Included from Cusco to Lima. Our flight will arrive in Lima (LIM) in the late afternoon.
April 12, 2025 –
Schedule your flight from Lima (LIM) back home after 6 p.m. Note that most flights from Lima depart late in the evening.

Why not go for the Ultimate South American Adventure and add our Wonders of Chile & Peru Singles Cruise featuring the Atacama Desert and other natural wonders of the region?  Reserve back to back vacations and get a freebie worth $250!

March 25, 2025 – Most flights depart the USA for an overnight flight to Santiago, Chile (SCL) and arrive 1 day later, March 26, 2025. Transfer to our hotel is included in our package.
April 5, 2025  – Complimentary ground transfer to our Lima hotel with back-to-back program (Value $250)
April 7, 2025 – Flight Included from Lima to Cusco 
April 12, 2025 –
Flight Included from Cusco to Lima. Our flight will arrive in Lima (LIM) in the late afternoon.
April 12, 2025 –
Schedule your flight to from Lima (LIM) back home after 6 p.m. Note that most flights from Lima depart late in the evening.

Please contact your preferred carrier directly to make your reservation. If Singles Travel International issues a promotional economy fare, granting of frequent flyer credit is entirely at the airline’s discretion. If the flights are eligible, to ensure you earn frequent flyer credit from the airline, give your frequent flyer account number when you check in for your flights. In addition, save your boarding passes and the passenger receipt from your airline ticket. You may need to submit these to the airline (not to Singles Travel International) to claim any credit allowed.

Transfer from the airport in Lima on April 5, 2025, is included in our package and our local representative will be at the airport to meet you. If for any reason you are not met at the airport, please call our local support line (in your final documents). If you are unable to make contact for whatever reason, please make your way to the joining point hotel via taxi and you will be reimbursed for the expense upon presentation of your taxi receipt.


Our tour does not include international airfare, 5 dinners, 5 lunches and extra hotel nights before or after the tour. You are responsible for alcoholic beverages (except when included in Singles Travel International events), incidentals such as laundry and phone calls, plus gratuities to local guides and drivers ($5-$10 per tour).

We suggest you bring along $300 for additional sightseeing and meals. All prices are in USD.

It has been our experience over 31 years that the best possible quality of service is achieved when our Singles Travel International Concierge Team is compensated by tips from our delighted members. This is their best incentive to make your vacation an exceptional experience and the recommended amount is ($15 per day). You will have an opportunity to reward your Concierge at the end of your tour. It is customary to tip, but of course, gratuities are at your discretion and are greatly appreciated for a job well done!

Our affordable Premium Memberships allows solo travelers the ability to have Your Own Space™️ for a lot less so that you never have to share. Review the special Premium Member rates on the Book Now page. You may join at the same time that you purchase your vacation or click here to learn more and purchase your membership.

Roommate matches are available by request if you already have a traveling companion. Contact us at 877-SOLO-TRIP to speak with one of our teammates to make your reservation.



Of course not. You will be pleased to find out that nearly 90% of our guests on every trip sign up and have never met anyone before joining the group. In 31 years, we have perfected the singles vacation experience. It is paramount that our guests meet each other right away and have opportunities to mingle every day. From the moment you join our tour, our Singles Travel International Concierge is waiting to meet you. Our first day begins with an orientation and the camaraderie builds as we go along. The nature of the trip is trying something new, challenging yourself and motivating those around you. The bonds that develop on our tours are by far the strongest and longest lasting.

Our “Baby Boomer” vacations cater to singles in their 50s and 60s but you will often meet singles ranging anywhere from 45-75. We generally have a ratio of 60/40, women to men. As a travel club, matchmaking is not our focus. Ages listed on our page are not restricted. They are simply used as a guideline. We offer an opportunity for single travelers to see the world in the company of other singles and do not guarantee ratios or ages.

We recommend that you meet the members of the Singles Travel International Community online where you may view and interact with members via “Who’s Going” on every trip page. This is the best way to find out exactly who will be on your vacation.

Yes! Singles Travel International is the only singles vacation company that features a travel community where members may send messages to one another at any time. Once you make a reservation, you are invited to post messages on the trip chat, which is great for finding out more about your fellow travel companions, coordinating taxi shares, setting up tours and more. Your trip chat is accessible from the trip page. Ask your Singles Travel International Reservation Guide for assistance.

Our program for 50+ singles also includes live online events plus a virtual Meet & Greet with your travel companions before you depart. View and get reminders for each event on our community page, www.SingleLife.Today.  Be sure to sign up today so that you don’t miss out on anything!

All guests are required to travel with a valid Passport that does not expire prior to 6 months after return home.

From our tour operator: Due to the travel requirements to Peru, we must request that the following information be obtained from each passenger prior to traveling: PASSPORT NUMBER, DATE OF BIRTH, AND NATIONALITY. This information will only be shared with the appropriate agency and/or government office requiring the information. Airline tickets and travel vouchers cannot be released without prior receipt of this information.

U.S. citizens carrying a tourist passport and in possession of an onward or return airline ticket do not require a visa to enter Peru.

Non US Citizens are responsible for verifying their own required documentation for this cruise.

It is completely the travelers’ responsibility to make sure they have the correct documentation to enter Peru and that their name is as it shows on their passport. Failure to carry proper proof of citizenship may lead to a denial of entry to the aircraft or foreign country and no refunds will be made. No refunds will be made if improper documentation results in denied boarding or entry.

Our program features centrally located , 4-5 star properties.

For the consummate high end traveler, when only the best will do, add our VIP upgrade.  Travel on the exclusive and luxurious, Belmond Hiram Bingham train and enjoy the elegant dining car, the bar car, and the observatory, where you’ll take in the unmatched scenery in the open air while sipping on a traditional Peruvian cocktail and listening to live local music. On arrival, transfer to the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, your gateway to the Inca Empire and the ONLY lodge located next to the Machu Picchu citadel, giving guests first in privileges and  sunrise breakfasts overlooking the archeological site! VIP members enjoy 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast and 1 lunch at the Sanctuary during both days of touring.


April 5-7, 2025 (Lima)
Overnight at the Hotel JW Marriott Lima 5* (Contemporary Classic room)

April 7-9, 2025 (Sacred Valley) 
Overnight at the Hotel Tambo Del Inka, A Luxury Collection Resort And Spa 5* (Deluxe Terrace room)

April 9-10, 2025 (Machu Picchu) 
Overnight at the Hotel Sumaq Machu Picchu 4-5* (Deluxe River View)
VIP Upgrade: Overnight at the Belmond Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge 4*

April 10-12, 2025 (Cusco)
Overnight at the Hotel JW Marriott El Convento Cusco 5* (Deluxe room)


Peru is a year-round destination. The country has a wide range of climates, depending on altitude, location and due to the effects of the Andes and the impact of sea currents.

Peru in April is a sublime month to travel! During this month, Peru experiences the tail end of summer, leading to pleasant temperatures perfect for exploration. Rainfall subsides in the Sacred Valley, revealing lusher landscapes and making it an ideal time for trekking to Machu Picchu.

Lima: Temperatures range from around 19°C (66°F) in the early mornings and evenings to 25°C (77°F) during the daytime.
Sacred Valley: Temperatures range from 11°C (52°F) to 22°C (72°F), and visitors can expect some sunny days mixed with occasional rain showers.
Machu Picchu: Temperatures ranging from 12°C (54°F) at night to 25°C (77°F) during the day, Machu Picchu provides a pleasant climate for travelers. The iconic Incan citadel sits high in the Andes, and the month’s moderate weather combined with fewer crowds makes April an ideal time for exploration.
Cusco: Temperatures in Cusco hover between 7°C (45°F) at night to 20°C (68°F) during the day.

Currently, most airlines will allow you to check up to two bags, weighing 50 pounds each, for a fee on International flights. In addition you may carry-on one bag plus a personal item such as a purse or briefcase. Please check with your air carrier for up-to-the minute regulations and fees for checked baggage.

IMPORTANT: On our tour, only ONE bag weighing 50 pounds (22kg) measuring 30x21x11 is allowed. As we are traveling in vans and have a limit for our Peruvian flights, we kindly request that you limit your luggage to one bag in addition to any hand carry items. Excess baggage or larger sizes may incur additional fees.

Members are responsible for any excess luggage charges.



Peru is at a higher altitude than most travelers’ home city. Be prepared for cool evenings and a much hotter sun. Not only are we higher, we are much closer to the Equator. Bring along spring clothing and we recommend that you mix and match using 1-3 colors, such as khaki, brown and white that you can layer if necessary. Comfortable walking shoes are a must. Bring a fleece sweatshirt for those chilly evenings and rain gear for some potential end of season sprinkles.

Some people bring clothes and gifts they would normally donate to the Red Cross in the US and donate these items here at a local Peruvian school or families that could really use them. This is also helpful for packing because it will leave space for the souvenirs to bring back.

How To Pack

Take only what you need; don’t over pack. This is a casual vacation. Save room for souvenirs and purchases. Pack flat and full to avoid wrinkling. Don’t pack anything valuable, fragile or perishable. Label your luggage with an outside tag, and place an identification card inside each suitcase. All of your clothing and belongings should preferably be packed into one durable piece of soft-sided luggage such as a duffel bag or backpack. Each morning put everything that you will need during the day in a separate daypack. It is a good idea to bring plastic bags (ziplocks) to keep dirty clothes, wet swimsuits, camera, tickets, etc. compartmentalized.

Clothing and Footwear:
– Comfortable Walking shoes
– Raingear: Lightweight rain jacket and pants or rain poncho
– Changes of clothes for the evenings (casual dress is the norm)
– Shirts: a combination of mostly short and one or two long sleeve shirts is preferred
– Light-weight sweater, jacket, or polar fleece top (optional)
– Light-weight trousers: cotton or nylon hiking pants for bug protection (jeans are not recommended as they take a long time to dry if they get wet)
– Hat with visor for rain & sun protection
– Dry shoes (sneakers or sandals) for evenings

Equipment, etc.:

– Sunglasses with UV protection
– Sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher
– Insect repellent (with 20% Deet, buy in the US)
– Lip balm/moisturizer with UV protection
– Toiletries kit (toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, brush, etc…)
– Hand lotion/skin moisturizer
– Prescription medications: sufficient supply for the entire trip plus legible written prescription in case of loss. Keep medications in their original, labeled container. Always pack your medications in your carry-on bag!
– Eyeglasses, contacts, contact lens solution. You may want to bring along a written prescription for your eyewear in case of loss.
– Personal first aid kit (aspirin/pain reliever, antacid/stomach upset remedy, Band-Aids, anti-bacterial medication, Dramamine (if prone to motion sickness), neosporin, anti-itch cream, eye drops, tampons, etc…) & Diamoxide or other remedy for altitude ease
– Wet Ones or other wipes
– Binoculars (very helpful for viewing wildlife)
– Photography Equipment: Bring a sufficient supply of film, memory cards and extra batteries.
– Guidebooks, novels, journal…
– Travel alarm clock with illuminated face
– Small, Swiss Army type utility knife. Remember to pack this in your checked luggage!
– A strap (such as Croakies) to secure glasses to your head
– Earplugs for light sleepers
– Money belt


The tap water is generally not safe to drink in Peru. Bottled water is readily available at tourist sites, hotels, and restaurants. Don’t forget to use bottled water when brushing your teeth as well! Ice is not always made with boiled/ bottled water.


The tours may last anywhere in length from 4 to 8 hours of intermittent walking and standing. Although these tours aren’t strenuous, a certain amount of stamina and health are required in order to be able to walk slowly and stand for extended periods of time.  Keep in mind that our destination is in the foothills of the Andes Mountains and the terrain— therefore, in many locations, have uneven surfaces and hills to ascend and descend. As the tour progresses from city to city, opting out of tours may not be probable.

Travel Insurance is not mandatory, but, based on our experience, we highly recommend it. In addition to direct access immediately upon completing your purchase, you will receive a quote from Travel Guard regarding travel insurance after reserving your vacation.

When selecting a travel insurance policy, we recommend that at a minimum you are covered for medical expenses including emergency evacuation and repatriation. We also strongly recommend that the policy cover personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

If you have any questions, Travel Guard professional, expert agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us, if you have not received your quote within 3 days, or CLICK HERE to go directly to Travel Guard and request a policy quote. It only takes a few minutes.

Questions and comments after you have reserved your vacation are addressed promptly when you send a message to us at service@singlestravelintl.com.

Peru is still largely a cash society. In villages and small towns, it could be impossible to cash traveler’s checks or use credit cards. Make sure that you have cash (both soles and U.S. dollars) on hand. If you pay in dollars, you will likely receive change in soles, so be aware of the correct exchange rate.

The currency, in Peru, is the Nuevo Sol but the U.S. Dollar is accepted by most tourist oriented businesses.

A combination of ATM card (s) and some cash is the ideal mix.

As currency exchange rates do fluctuate, we ask that you refer to the following website for the most up to date daily exchange rates: www.xe.com for each currency.

ATM Machines: The best way to carry your money is in debit cards, withdrawing cash in local currencies from ATM machines. ATMs are found only in large cities in Peru and generally accept cards on the Visa and Mastercard networks. Please note, your bank will charge a fee for overseas withdrawals.

USD Cash is recommended for times when ATMs are not accessible. You should bring some cash with you for emergency situations (approximately $300) but carrying only cash is a high safety risk. If you are bringing US Dollars, please make sure that the notes are new and in good condition. Notes older than 2010, or with any tears or blemishes may not be accepted. Be fussy with your bank when buying cash!

Travelers cheques may be tricky, timely and expensive to exchange. While we do not recommend that you bring them as your primary source of funds, it is great to have one or two cheques in case of emergency. American Express travelers’ cheques in US currency are the easiest to exchange in large cities only.

Cash advances may also be made with some banks but are time consuming and tend to have high fees attached.

Credit Cards: Credit cards may be used at some upmarket restaurants and at some larger stores if shopping for big items. Your credit card will likely be accepted to settle your incidentals bill at hotels as well.  MasterCard and Visa are most widely accepted. It is a great idea to travel with both a Visa and Mastercard if at all possible in case of loss or problems with one card, you will have a back up.

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) recommends updating all routine booster shots for travel almost anywhere. In addition, we suggest that you have a physical check-up before your trip, and discuss the type of trip in which you are participating with your physician. You and your physician may access much more, very detailed health information for travelers (including tips on staying healthy while traveling).

You may also want to consult the Center for Disease Control’s website, which has extensive and easy-to-use information on Travelers’ Health for specific destinations. A list of travel clinics is also provided by the International Society of Travel Medicine at their website.


Your “Final Vacation Details & Meetup Information” including transportation and how to meet up with the group will be available on the YOUR TRAVEL DOCUMENTS button on the left navigation bar on the trip site, 21 days prior to trip start date.

For easy, less expensive communication in Peru, you may be able to use your own phone plan, generally $10 per day on demand (check before departure).

Our office is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. In an emergency after hours, please have your family contact Tammy Weiler via What’s App at 815-715-6998.

All countries you will visit have laws against the purchase and export of certain items, including antiquities, national cultural property and certain animal products, especially endangered species (ivory, rhino horn, tortoise shell, coral, feathers, etc.). Additionally, the United States has laws prohibiting the import of certain items, which include many of the same things. You face having your purchase confiscated and/or heavy fines for exporting or importing prohibited items.

On return to the U.S., your baggage is subject to search by U.S. Customs. Currently, you are permitted to bring back $800 of goods duty free. Persons aged 21 or over may also bring in one liter of liquor and one carton of cigarettes. If you plan to purchase a lot of souvenirs or expensive items, it is important to retain all purchase receipts. However, please note that U.S. Customs may not accept a receipt as true cost if it seems unusually low for the estimated value of the item. You may access the regulations and restrictions governing US Customs on their official website, click here to learn more.


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I have always had the love for travel ever since I was a little girl! The idea of discovering new places and people always intrigued me! After college, I became a Tour Director and have worked in travel for about 20 years! I also had the privilege of living in London for a year. It's an honor to help people's dreams come true at Singles Travel International! When I'm not on the road, I live in Albuquerque with my wonderful family and my Shi-Tzu, Shortcake!

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