Incentivise in Peru with Belmond

Traditional dancers on Lake Titicaca in Southern Peru. Picture credit: Matt Crossick

With its enthralling culture, quirky and tasty cuisine and natural wonders, Peru provides planners with a rich and exciting backdrop for creating unforgettable luxury incentives. And with a host of luxury properties and trains in the destination, Belmond can help bring Peru’s magic to your group…


The Belmond Andean Explorer travels between Cusco and Arequipa; it can accommodate groups of up to 70 and can be chartered (9 Suite Cabins, 17 Twin Bed Cabins, 9 Bunk Bed Cabins. The train journey captures the wonder of the landscape but also offers many interesting outings. Guests can visit the floating islands of Uros, which is reached by traditional boat. These man-made islands, constructed from interwoven reeds, are unique to the region. The villagers also use these reeds for their homes, ships and tools.

Another sight not to be missed is world-famous Machu Picchu, which can be reached in style aboard the Belmond Hiram Bingham. The train accommodates 84 people and can be chartered. Traditional food is served, and live music played throughout the journey. A convivial atmosphere and unforgettable moments are guaranteed.

In Cusco, the glittering San Antonio Abad chapel is a unique feature of Belmond Hotel Monasterio. The chapel boasts grandiose gold-plated artefacts inside its walls. Thanks to a private entrance, this is a fantastic option for a group event, complete with welcome drinks and a guide.


Discover the world of Peruvian cuisine. All Belmond’s hotels and trains boast activities to tantalise the taste buds. Pisco Sour tastings at Belmond Miraflores Park are enjoyed at the observatory terrace as the sun sets.

Live opera singers perform inside Belmond Hotel Monasterio while guest dine. A more casual setting can be found in Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado’s gardens, where incentive groups can picnic with the Sacred Valley as backdrop.


Peru is full of natural wonders, including an abundant array of fauna and flora. Setting off from Belmond Las Casitas guests can observe the majestic Andean Condor, the largest flying bird with a wingspan of up to 3.2m. And why not enjoy the show a little longer, extending the experience with a delicious brunch at the viewpoint.

Horseback riding is a unique, serene way to escape into nature. Guests can indulge in this timeless activity at Belmond Las Casitas and Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado. Both properties also have their own alpacas, which guests can feed and pet.


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