is a travel agency in Cusco, and has been organizing treks and tours in Peru since 2003. Peru is known worldwide for its unique culture and rich history. Whether you’re looking for adventure, culture, mystery or treks to ancient ruins, we have the right excursion for you!
When in the ancient capital of the Incas take a Cusco city tour and visit the nearby Sacred Valley to see impressive Inca ruins, traditional markets in picturesque villages such as Pisac and Ollantaytambo and enjoy the stunning scenery. Retrace the steps of the Incas arriving at one of the world’s modern wonders and major tourist attraction: Machu Picchu. Choose an alternative Inca trail to the lost city by hiking the Salkantay Trek or passing through the Lares Valley.
Besides being an official Inca Trail
Operator, we are also specialized in organizing tours to Puno and Lake Titicaca, Arequipa and the Colca Canyon, the Nazca Lines, Tambopata and Manu Jungle Reserves and have many years of experience in arranging adventure tours in Peru such as rafting, kayaking and mountain biking as well as any type of hotel, flight and customized travel packages in Peru.
From the impressive Andean mountain ranges to the biodiversity of the Amazon rainforest, from modern metropolises to ancient Inca citadels – Peru
is undeniable an irresistible travel destination offering an enchanting experience for everyone!
Dos Manos Travel Agency and Tour Operator, Cusco - Peru
Nicknamed the "white city", Arequipa is surrounded by spectacular mountains, including the volcano El Misti. A feature of the city is its many beautiful colonial buildings made of a light-colored volcanic rock called sillar. Visit Colca Canyon.
Cusco is situated at 3,400 meters (11,000 feet) above sea level, surrounded by Andean mountains and green valleys. Visit Machu Picchu, by Inca Trail or by train, and enjoy the Sacred Valley.
Puno / Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca, is undeniably an impressive sight. A National Reserve since 1978, it has over sixty varieties of birds, fourteen species of native fish and eighteen types of amphibians. Visit Urus, Taquile, Amantani.