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Group Tours

Traveling alone, in a small group or on a budget? This is the option for you!

This is a great way to meet other people and share memorable experiences together

Private Tours

This is the perfect option for anyone wanting to do a tour at their own pace; design their own progamme; or set their own time schedule.

We have a very spacious and comfortable Honda Pilot that seats up to 8 people including the driver.

Specialized Tours

We can operate any tour for an educational facility such as: a school, college or university; travel agency; spiritual group; retreats, business enterprises and more.

We will ensure that your group has an incredible time in Peru!


Combine any of our tours together to make the perfect package! For example:

- Choquequirao + Machu Picchu + Puerto Maldonado
- Machu Picchu + Lake Titicaca + Manu National Park
- Inca Jungle to MP + Madre de Dios/Tambopaa

About Us

Welcome to Bloody Bueno Peru!

We are a family owned travel company with almost 20 years experience in the industry. If you are looking to book a memorable experience to Machu  Picchu via the Sacred Valley; Salkantay; Lares; Inca Jungle or the famous Inca Trail then you have come to right place! We also offer exciting adventures to Choquequirao and Ausangate; the Jungle – Manu National Park, Puerto Maldonado-Tambopata & Madres de Dios, Iquitos; Puno – Lake Titicaca; Arequipa – City Tour and Colca Canyon; and South Peru – Lima, Paracas, Huacachina, Nazca. Get ready to have a Bloody Bueno time!

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Why Choose Us

Explore The Magic Of Peru With Us

Peru is an incredible country with a rich and fascinating culture. With a population of around 30 million, speaking Spanish and 60 indigenous languages such as Quechua and Shipibo and practising different religions including Catholicism and local indigenous religions. The country has 90 different microclimates, including 30 of the 32 world climates, making it one of the most diverse countries in the world in microclimates. It has three main regions including: coast, mountains and jungle that are comprised of the three main climates. The coast has a subtropical climate and very little rainfall (most of the coast is desert). The Andes region has a cool-to-cold highland climate while the Amazon region has a tropical, equatorial climate that’s hot all year round. Peru has something for everyone, making it the ideal travel destination!


We have almost 20 years experience working in the industry and have worked with all kinds of people and children from different religious and cultural backgrounds. We listen to your needs and desires to ensure that your trip is exceptional.

Affordable Price

We guarantee fair prices for our tours that also ensure that our team members and service providers receive a decent pay. We do not take short cuts and always put the safety and security of or our clients and team members first in all of our operations.

24/7 Support

Yes we are like a doctor on call! You can call us at any time any day 24/7 for any support you may need.


What They Say


Frequently Ask Questions

Most sleeping bags are not included in the final price of our hiking tours and can be rented for a small fee. Should you wish to include one please let us know and we will gladly arrange for it.

Yes, there are several shops in the centre of Cusco where you can rent hiking clothes, shoes, sleeping bags, walking sticks and other items. Please let us know and we will provide you with the contact information.

Cusco has changed a lot in the last few years with most restaurants providing a vegetarian option and a few offering vegan options. All of our tours offer vegan and vegetarian options as well as any special dietary needs; religious food needs (such as kosher) and allergies.

Many of the hikes have steep ascents and descents and walking sticks help support your joints especially when carrying a backpack, such as on the Inca Trail. They are great especially if you have bad knees, hips or back or just need a little stability when hiking. Walking sticks are not essential but are great asset to have should you wish more support.

Tips are not mandatory but are expected by the guide and staff (horsemen or porters or cook). Tips can be made at your discretion however to have an idea please consult your tour leader as it may vary from tour to tour.

It is not mandatory but if you are heading to Iquitos or Puerto Maldonado especially during the rainy season (Oct-May) it may be advisable. From all of our clients that have been, we did have one case of Dengi Fever. We recommend that you check with your health provider before traveling.

CUSCO- It is recommended to bring warm and comfortable clothes. Layers are a good way to dress, as it can be hot during the day but cooler at night. If you plan to visit the hot springs ensure to bring your swimsuit and of course don’t forget your hat and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun.

JUNGLE – light clothes for tropical climate. Shorts, tee shirts but light long sleeves and pants are recommended during the evening to prevent mosquito bites, flip-flops and comfortable shoes for walking and of course don’t forget your hat and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun.

The exchange rate can vary from day to day so we recommend using the website www.xe.com. Note that when exchanging money in Cusco most money exchange bureaus will charge 2 points below the official website rate.

JUNGLE – light clothes for tropical climate. Shorts, tee shirts but light long sleeves and pants are recommended during the evening to prevent mosquito bites, flip-flops and comfortable shoes for walking and of course don’t forget your hat and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun.

It is provided but we recommend that you bring your own toilet paper especially for long hikes.

Boiled water is available on the hikes and at certain campsites you can buy bottled water from the locals.

It is NOT recommended to drink the tap water, which contains bacteria and parasites that can make you very ill.

You should check with your bank before leaving what the withdrawal charges are from an ATM in Peru. Note that the Peruvian banks may also add a fee when withdrawing funds and may have a limit. When paying by credit card a fee of 5-10% may be added to the final amount. It may be better to bring cash in USD and change it into soles. Many businesses such as travel agencies, restaurants, hotels etc. bill and/or accept payments in USD. You will need soles to purchase goods from local markets and shops.

If you are visiting the jungle, Aguas Calientes or Hidroelectrica (Salkantay Hike & Inca Jungle) it is highly recommended.

Altitude sickness can affect anyone of any age. It is not essential to take anti-sickness pills but if you are planning to do a hike without time to acclimatise of 3 days then we recommend that you do take them.

From April-November the climate is hot during the day and cold at night.
From December-March it is the rainy season and usually can have heavy showers during the day and night.
For more information about the weather visit: https://www.weather-atlas.com/en/peru/cusco-climate#climate_text_1

We recommend hiking books or shoes (i.e. Salomon) with a good grip, especially from December-March during rainy season.


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