Mi Familia Internacional Luxury Family Adventures

Mi Familia International adventures travel to all seven continents, ranging from the peaks of the Himalayas and the mysterious ruins in Peru to the great barrier reef of Australia and the sun soaked Mediterranean Islands. Yet we understand that unforgettable family vacations are not just about where you go — it’s also how you travel. With Mi Familia Internacional, travel is tailored to your family interests and details are complete before departure so every family member has something to look forward to and all can be on vacation.


Whether you are traveling with friends or family, our extensive network of partners spanning the globe allows the most remote destinations to be accessible. We connect you with our friends and colleagues, who invite you into their personal stories, sharing local culture and history. We craft once in a lifetime adventures that rouse curiosity and adrenaline while bringing your family, and the world, closer together.


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We deliver travel experiences on all seven continents, which means we can take you anywhere you dream of visiting — and more than a few places you never imagined.

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Australian coastline
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India & The Himalayas
South America
N. Africa & Beyond
Costa Rica
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Explore This sample itinerary of peru below

Our sample itineraries have three unique elements. 

  • They introduce travelers to the must-see highlights of a destination. 
  • They offer a selection of age appropriate activities throughout the trip to keep everyone engaged and anticipating what is next. 
  • They encourage a deeper dive into local culture. 
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Become Immersed in Incan Culture: A Family Adventure Journey to the Sacred Valley


Peru visiting Machu Picchu with optional extensions to the Amazon or Lake Titicaca


Armchair archaeologists and adventure-seeking travelers adore Peru for its Amazonian rain forest, the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu and the pre-Columbia treasures of Lima. Make the epic trek through the Sacred Valley along the Inca Trail to Cusco. Take a spectacular rail journey to Machu Picchu, along the Urubamba River and Canyon of Vilcanota. Go a step further and explore the Inkaterra Amazonian Reserve, Lake Titicaca Lima in depth.

    • Experience the day-to-day life of local inhabitants at a traditional potato-farming village in the remote Andes. 
    • Learn about traditional farming practices, meet a local Andean shaman for a traditional coca leaf leaving offering, and partake in a centuries-old llama tinku ceremony
    • Learn about native Andean textile center which focuses on the preservation of traditional weaving techniques for previous generations. The center we work with, also has their own menagerie of llamas and alpacas, as these animals are integral to the weaving process.
    • Peruvian barbecue lunch at Wayra Ranch featuring a live paso horse performance.
    • Learn about traditional Andean cooking techniques during a pachamanca lunch at a local organic farm
    • Enjoy an evening “pisco tasting and tapas” at Museo del Pisco with an expert pisquero (pisco sommelier). Here, you will learn about the subtle differences between different varieties of Peruvian pisco and perfect the art of making your own pisco sour (this is also suitable for those too young to drink)
    • Hike part of the Incan Trail arriving for your visit to Machu Picchu


A Day by Day description of the trip is included the PDF version of the itinerary.


We offer suggestions that fit your family’s interests from our curated experiences or customize something unique just for you!


    • Palomino Islands Cruise and Swimming with Sea Lions Experience
    • Catch the Waves with a Surfing Lesson in the Pacific Coast
    • Family Tour of the Magical Water Fountains in Lima
    • Graffiti Introductory Class and Street art in Callao
    • Fun family cultural activity at Larco museum
    • Culinary experiences ranging from cooking classes to street food experiences, visiting organic bioferias or shops, all tailored to the family likes.


    • Cusco Treasure Hunt – The Lost Treasure of the Inca Warrior. Get ready for a day of exploration and family fun – and seeing a city in a completely different, unique way!
    • Children’s dressing up time! Children can have fantastic fun putting on traditional Cusco costumes
    • Andean musical instruments workshop, where you learn how to play traditional instruments and even build your own zampoña to bring home
    • Art Trail – Live the tradition of Cusco with the help of local artists. Ceramic workshop. Participate in the creation of a unique piece learning the several traditional techniques of Cusqueño Art


    • Painting class in the countryside with breathtaking views of the glaciers of the Sacred Valley
    • Family picnic lunches surrounded by the mountains
    • Kite flying besides Urubamba river, have fun with all the family as you maneuver and guide your kite to the rhythm of the wind
    • Horseback riding Peruvian paso horse and ATVs
    • Kayaking and White River Rafting experience.
    • Full day trek to Collalay lake with Llamas, an initiative that works to recover and preserve the traditional uses and breeding practices of carrier llamas while promoting sustainable rural development and the conservation of mountain ecosystems
    • Helicopter flight over the Sacred Valley of the Incas: Take your family to new heights!. A private helicopter to fly over the Sacred Valley of the Incas, discover the most extraordinary landscapes and stunning views of archeological sites such as Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Huchuyqosqo, Moray terraces and Maras salt mines.




Volunteering in the Rural Yachaq Communities
Experience the ancient agricultural techniques that are used in indigenous communities throughout the Sacred Valley and beyond. Visit a rural ayllu (community) to help in the fields with planting, sowing, or harvesting, depending on the time of the year. Led by local Quechua guides and translated into English, this immersive half-day volunteering experience takes you to a mountain village on the outskirts of the Sacred Valley. You will  learn about different Andean crops, agricultural techniques, and the various rituals that take place within the agrarian calendar year as you sow and harvest native products using the same ancient tools that the ancestors of the Inca have used for centuries. Continue on an interactive walking tour of the community, discovering traditional activities such as hand-weaving and fermenting corn to make chicha. The experience will be facilitated by a local guide who will help translate between English and Spanish/Quechua and includes a Pachamanca lunch which will be made by the villagers of this rural community. 

Exchange Q’ero Family
During this exclusive exchange, you will meet Quechua villagers from Q’eros, a highly traditional indigenous group that lives at 14,000 ft. above sea level in the remote Andes Mountains. During the exchange at a local chichería, you will get contextual understanding for who the Q’eros are and shed light on the traditional Q’ero way of life. You will learn about the community’s unique cosmovision and how their ancient roots continue to resonate through their dress, music, textiles, and other aspects of their personal lives. Since the Q’ero community is monolingual Quechua, all dialogue between you and the Q’eros will be translated by your host from English to Quechua.



Lake Titicaca

Overnight journey from Cusco to Lake Titicaca on board the Belmond Andean Explorer Train. Once you arrive at Lake Titicaca, set out by boat to an extraordinary floating village and meet the local indigenous inhabitants during a privately guided tour of the Uros Islands and Taquile Island exploring the local quechua community.



Visit Tambopata Research Center which offers, due to its proximity to the Tambopata National Reserve, an in depth experience in the Peruvian Rainforest. Our guests will have a greater chance of observing wildlife in its natural space. Motorized river boat journey through the Madre de Dios River to your award-winning Amazonian Eco luxury retreat. Two full days exploring the Amazon and partaking in your choice of privately guided excursions. Your menu of possible adventures includes jungle trekking, kayaking, walking among monkeys and macaws at the canopy walkway, bird watching, or studying the plethora of heirloom plant and animal life with a local naturalist guide.



COZY HOTEL WITH A VIEW LIKE NO OTHER! If you’re an adventurous family type looking for something quirky and different, this might just fit the bill. This thrilling hotel with vertically-hanging transparent capsule suites and panoramic views of the Sacred Valley of the Incas will be a nice add on your family bucket list. Handcrafted from aerospace aluminum and weather-resistant polycarbonate, each suite also features a bedroom, a dining area and a private bathroom. Complete with breakfast and wine-accompanied gourmet platter.


We take the classic and world famous 5-Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu to another level!! Our luxurious service includes state-of-the-art-tents, fine dining with luxury dinnerware, hot showers, massages, private ecological toilet tent and other amenities to make the trek more enjoyable. This 5-day program is an excellent alternative to avoid most of the crowds found on the 4-day classical route and to reach quieter, more distant and beautiful campsites. It is also recommended for families with children, as it allows a better acclimatization to altitude and the daily walking distance is lower than in the 4-day version.