Rarely does a holiday deserve the once-in-a-lifetime tag, but this one does -- take an 11-night trip from Peru's capital to iconic Machu Picchu for £1799 per person. This is the first Peru deal we've ever published and Citrus Holidays has chopped £580 off the regular price.
Here's what you get:
Highlights include a half-day tour of Lima, a visit to Lake Titicaca, a tour of Arequipa and Cusco, a trip to the Inca site of Ollantaytambo and a train ride to Machu Picchu.
The fully guided trip starts in Lima, fast becoming known for its "world-class cuisine", according to The Daily Telegraph. Next, fly to Arequipa, "a land of snowy volcanoes, high-altitude deserts, thermal hot springs and the world's deepest canyons", says the Lonely Planet, before continuing onto Chivay. This market town is close to the Colca Canyon, where you might spot the Andean Condor, Peru's national bird.
Final stops will take you to Puno -- the launch pad for a trip to Lake Titicaca -- and to Cusco. From there, you'll explore the Sacred Valley and the fortress of Ollantaytambo, as well as the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Depart on select dates from 1 September-5 December.
It's an extra £100 per person to depart from Manchester on 9 September-9 December and an additional £150 per person to depart from London Gatwick, Heathrow or Manchester from 6 January-28 April, 2014.
For an additional £125 per person, upgrade from a coach to a plane transfer between Puno and Cusco. Add a 2-night Amazon lodge stay, with a flight to Puerto Maldonado, all meals and jungle safari trips, for £399 per person -- you'll have the chance to spot caimans, monkeys, jaguars and giant otters.
A supplement of £350 per person applies for solo travellers.