Casa Andina Standard Trujillo Plaza is located just a couple of minutes from the Plaza de Armas of Trujillo and only 25 minutes from the airport. Trujillo is known throughout Peru as the City of Eternal Spring due to its constant warm weather. Its average temperature is 75.5 °F. The Trujillo region has a rich history–both pre-Columbian and post-Conquest; some of the most impressive cultural sites in northern Peru lie within easy reach of the city’s downtown. Visitors are also drawn by the beaches and regional cuisine.
Located near the center of Aguas Calientes, El MaPi is an excellent option for short, economical overnight stays in the vicinity of Machu Picchu. The fuss-free rooms are cozy and comfortable–an ideal roost during your days of adventure at the City in the Clouds.
Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu overlooks the thundering Vilcanota River in Aguas Calientes–the principal gateway to Machu Picchu. When we stay here, we throw open the window to let in the cool evening air and the sound of the river. The fuss-free rooms are cozy and comfortable–an ideal roost during your days of adventure at the City in the Clouds.
Casa Andina Premium Sacred Valley lies near the western end of the Sacred Valley. Away from the hum of busses and tuk-tuks on the main highway, the hotel offers a welcome respite. Views of the Andes are framed by the deep blue of the sky and gardens filled with eucalyptus and flowers.
Casa Andina Premium Cusco is located at the heart of Cusco’s ancient center, five minutes by foot from the Plaza de Armas, and around the corner from the Temple of the Sun. When you stay Casa Andina Premium Cusco, you know you’re in Cusco. The restored 17th-century mansion has an unmistakable sense of place: cobblestone courtyard, wooden balconies, red-tiled roof, brightly colored doors, and walls of gleaming stucco and ancient Inca stonework.
Casa Andina Premium Puno lies just beyond the totora reeds on the western shore of Lake Titicaca, the largest lake in South America and the cradle of the Inca civilization. This region is renowned for its cultural and scenic riches.
Casa Andina Premium Miraflores is located in the heart of Lima’s Miraflores District, an easy walk from the sea-view boardwalk, parks, landmark churches, and some of the city’s best restaurants.
Casa Cartagena Boutique Hotel & Spa Cusco lies just up the street from Plazoleta Nazarenas, in the heart of Cusco’s ancient center. This is an ideal location for exploring the city on foot; the Plaza de Armas and Cathedral are a five-minute walk to the southwest, passing two of the city’s top museums en route.
Aqua Nera is the newest vessel operated by Aqua Expeditions in the Amazon Basin of northern Peru. Cruise options are available year-round, with durations of three, four, and seven nights.
Aqua Nera operates in cooperation with Aria Amazon. With the ship as a home-base, guests enjoy small-group excursions into the rainforest and along the river. Aqua Nera has a capacity of up to 40 guests, with a 1:1 passenger to crew & staff ratio. The onboard team includes a cruise director, paramedic, and 4 English-speaking guides. LANDED can also arrange private charters of Aqua Nera. Alternatively, we can arrange private excursions for your family or small group.
Tambopata Research Center (known colloquially as “TRC”) is the only lodge that lies within Tambopata National Reserve–one of the crown jewels of Peru’s Amazon Basin. TRC one of the most remote lodges in South America. It is axiomatic that remoteness has advantages when you’re seeking rare wildlife; reportedly, one of every three guests at TRC has seen a jaguar. Good luck doing that from a “more convenient” lodge or a river cruise.
Nestled within a private reserve in Peru’s Amazon Basin, Refugio Amazonas is an eco-lodge offering family-friendly, soft-adventure, and science-focused multi-day programs. This is one of our favorite rainforest lodges–a great option for intrepid travelers. Refugio Amazonas is located on a 494-acre private reserve in the fabled Tambopata jungle. Refugio Amazonas is home to Wired Amazon, a Citizen Science program that engages guests in gathering scientific information. You might even discover new species during your stay.
Located in the heart of the Colca Valley, Colca Lodge is surrounded by hundreds of pre-Inca terraces. The lodge’s terraced design was inspired by these ancient constructions, and local materials–stone, wood, tile, adobe, and textiles are incorporated throughout.