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Announcing our 29th Wonders of the World Tour to…


Why We Chose Peru

Words fail in describing the intensity and wonder of this adventure. We've now taken six groups to these ancient and awe-inspiring ruins. What most people don’t realize from photographs is that this site in the clouds (Machu Picchu) lies atop a mountain, like the one behind it in the picture to the right. Getting there requires a nearly vertical ascent (by bus, unless you want to hike) on a road that snakes upward. How did an “ancient civilization” build it?!

No one returns home as the same person they were before seeing this. Additionally, the modern day Peruvian people, culture, and cuisine are out of this world—warm, welcoming, and delicious. Finally, the accommodations we've chosen leave all of us returning home feeling nostalgic. From the modern Tambo del Inca just outside of Cusco to the incredibly charming, upscale bungalows in Aguas Calientes just beneath Machu Picchu, no one wants to check out!

We’ll spend 9 amazing days together, exploring the countryside, staying in exquisite locations, and jamming together on the nature of life, dreams, and happiness. Check out the places we’ll go, below! This will be a truly unforgettable adventure we’ll remember for the rest of our lives – the beginning of new friendships, new discoveries, and new possibilities that exceed our wildest expectations.

Oh, The Places We’ll Go

Here is some of what we have to look forward to together over the course of this great adventure.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu – also known as "The Lost City of the Incas" might be the most familiar symbol of the Inca Empire.



This ancient complex is made of an astounding collection of megalithic precision-cut, interlocking stones, some weighing almost 200 tons.



The Ollantaytambo ruins is a massive Inca fortress with large stone terraces on a hillside.



A living museum of Andean cameloids including Llamas, Alpacas and the rarely seen Vicunas and Guanacos.

Plaza de Armas

Plaza de Armas

Lively urban gathering place offering colonial arcades, a cathedral, gardens and a central fountain.

San Pedro Market

San Pedro Market

The Central Market of Cusco (or Mercado de San Pedro) was built in 1925 and is the oldest in the city.

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With Like-Minded People

Something magical happens when like-minded thinkers embark on these WOW TOURS together. Everyone is fully versed in spiritual thinking, personal responsibility, and creating our own realities. Dreams and challenges are shared, illumination is sparked and lives are changed.

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One-On-One With Mike

On every trip we take, Mike is part of the adventure in every way that you are. Whether we’re climbing a mountain, riding a bus, eating at a local restaurant, or passing out school supplies to children, Mike is part of the action! He’s always accessible and available to talk with participants.

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In Daily Workshops

One of the highlights of our adventures are the daily workshops with Mike and Andy. During these casual, unplugged workshops, Mike will share material from his Playing the Matrix program and Andy will share material from his Smart Manifesting Workshop. There will be plenty of time for group discussion and Q&A.

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Give Back

To The Places We Visit

It’s been our tradition on each trip to give back to the people who call the places we visit, “Home.” We do this in a numbers of ways, including visiting orphanages, schools, reservations, or refuges—bringing with us supplies they may need, donations, and short “Mike Dooley Pep Talks.”

Contact Us

The “TUT Travel Team” coordinates each adventure and will be right there with you in the action. We would LOVE to hear from you. Please reach out to [email protected] with any questions. We will reply soon!

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Adventure Schedule




If you are traveling from North America or Europe, you will depart today for Peru.  At this point in time, airlines have not yet scheduled flights for us to utilize for group flights.  In early fall airline schedules should be back to normal.  We will revisit booking group flights, which will likely be from either Miami or Dallas. If you would like to take advantage of group flights, please indicate this when you register and we will email you in the fall with the group flight information.

Altitude Sickness: When visiting cities like Cusco (11,000 feet above sea level), shortness of breath and heart palpitations are normal due to the scarcity of oxygen. Some people may experience headache, loss of appetite, fatigue and nausea. Most symptoms develop the first day at high altitude, though, occasionally, travelers have delayed reactions. The best advice is to avoid physical activity on your first day in the highlands, drink plenty of liquids, including the local remedy: coca – leaf tea (it’s perfectly legal). You should also avoid alcohol and heavy food intake.

Shaping Up: To enjoy your trip to the fullest, you should be in good physical and mental health. Our exploration of Peru will include some hiking and walking tours. These tours can last two to three hours and are at higher than average altitude.

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Upon arrival at the Cusco airport we’re greeted with a welcome coca tea and local bread which will perk us up and help with altitude adjustment. Cusco is 11,000 feet above sea level! Afterwards, we proceed to the Sacred Valley. On the way we’ll meet 2 shamans and take part in the Andean ritual “Pago a la Tierra” (payment to the Earth).

Afterwards we’ll visit Awanakancha, a living museum of Andean cameloids including Llamas, Alpacas and the rarely seen Vicunas and Guanacos. Lunch will be served at a lovely Hacienda and we will arrive at the Tambo del Inka Hotel mid-afternoon. Take some time to settle in before our first TUT Talk, followed by dinner at Hotel Tambo del Inka.

Accommodations: Hotel Tambo Del Inka (Lunch, Dinner)



In the morning we’ll start with a TUT Talk, before heading out to visit the Pisac ruins and marketplace. After visiting the ruins, you may hike down to town, or take transportation into town. Here you can bargain with the locals for your favorite gifts for the folks at home. Although it is very popular with tourists and locals alike, this colorful and vivid market still retains its local charm. Villagers, sometimes traveling from far away, gather to barter and sell their products. In addition, a large handicraft fair is organized by the Pisac and Cusco craftsmen who exhibit and sell a wide variety of fine crafts such as woven goods, sweaters, alpaca rugs, tapestry, sculpture, jewelry, etc. If the crowd becomes too much, the café balconies offer a superb overview and great opportunity for people watching!

On the way back to the hotel, the group will visit a local orphanage in the Sacred Valley, interact with the children and present them with a much needed donation. This evening enjoy dinner at the hotel.

Accommodations: Hotel Tambo Del Inka (Breakfast, Dinner)



After breakfast, we will gather for a TUT Talk and then immerse ourselves in the Andean culture with a visit to the typical rural village of Maras in the midst of the Sacred Valley. We’ll be welcomed by a group of villagers, who will introduce us to their culture, customs and traditions by means of several workshops.

After lunch, the adventure continues to the ancient village of Ollantaytambo, the “last living Inca village of Peru,” including a visit to a local home to see the lifestyle people here lead. The ruins of Ollantaytambo are one of the few places where the Incas defeated the Spanish Conquistadors. We’ll have an impressive cooking demonstration and picnic lunch in the Sacred Valley before heading back to the hotel.

Note: The group will be split into two smaller groups and while group A is at Maras, group B will visit Ollantaytambo and vice versa in the afternoon.

Tonight, we transfer to a special dinner at the hillside Hacienda Huayoccari.

Accommodations: Hotel Tambo Del Inka (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)



In the morning, transfer to the Ollantaytambo train station in the Sacred Valley for a ride onboard privately chartered cars on the Vistadome train to Machu Picchu. Upon arrival, guides greet us for the walk from the train station to the hotel (5 minutes) where lunch is served.

After lunch, it’s time to take a shuttle bus to the most famous ruin site of South America – Machu Picchu, for a guided tour. Machu Picchu – also known as “The Lost City of the Incas” might be the most familiar symbol of the Inca Empire. It was built around AD 1450 at the top of a granite mountain and UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1983. Recently, it has also been named one of the “New Seven Wonders of the World” and the most visited ecological destination in the world. There are many theories about Machu Picchu, but one thing is for sure – it is one of the most impressive sites you’ll ever see!

After the tour, if time allows (Machu Picchu closes at 5pm), you may enjoy some free time to wander around on your own. Finally, take the shuttle bus down to town and walk back to the hotel.

End the day with dinner at the hotel this evening.

Accommodations: Hotel Inkaterra Machu Picchu (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)



Today, you may choose from one of the following included TUT Adventures on your own: A return ticket and transfer to Machu Picchu is included.

Morning Visit to Machu Picchu: See the sunrise in this magnificent setting, use the time to see Machu Picchu in another light and to explore this marvelous site on your own.

Huayna Picchu Hike: For the more adventurous and active, this hike to the mountain behind Machu Picchu offers totally different views of the ruins. The hike is strenuous and if you are concerned about altitude, we don’t recommend this activity.

Relax at the Hotel: Take some time for yourself to see the marvelous hotel gardens or wildlife, make your own tea from the tea garden, and more.

Later, join Mike for a TUT Talk, then plan to eat dinner on your own or with a group of TUT Adventurers at the hotel.

Accommodations: Hotel Inkaterra Machu Picchu (Breakfast and Dinner)



Start the day off right with our TUT Talk. Today has been left with plenty of free time to explore at your leisure. Take the bus up to Machu Picchu or explore the town of Aguas Calientes with its wonderful marketplace or relax at the hotel alongside the Urubamba River. The day can be spent however you like!

Dinner is included at the Inkaterra tonight.

Accommodations: Hotel Inkaterra Machu Picchu (Breakfast and Dinner)



This morning we board the train back to the Sacred Valley followed by a transfer to Cusco and the Palacio del Inka Hotel. En route we stop for a traditional Andean lunch, and visit the ruins of Sacsayhuaman, a marvelous example of Incan building skills.

Dinner tonight is a farewell occasion where we recap the life-changing trip we’ve experienced this week and raise a toast to one another!

Accommodations: Palacio del Inka Hotel (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)



This morning breakfast is included at the Palacio del Inka followed by a walking tour of Cusco and a tasting at San Pedro Market. A private farewell group lunch is included at the end of the tour.

In the afternoon, we transfer to the airport for the flight to Lima and connecting flights home.

(Breakfast and Lunch)



Where We Are Staying

Tambo del Inka

Tambo del Inka

The Tambo del Inka goes to great length to ensure an indelible stay, offering refined dining, a therapeutic spa, and premier fitness center, along with an emerald lagoon and blooming riverside gardens. The hotel’s elevation is a couple of thousand feet lower than Cusco's, so guests who go to Tambo first have an opportunity to acclimate gently. They also have the opportunity to explore the Sacred Valley at leisure, visiting villages renowned for their textiles or hiking to pre-Incan ruins. Rooms are spacious, with floor-to-ceiling windows, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi.

Click here to visit the hotel's independent website.

Inkaterra Machu Picchu

Inkaterra Machu Picchu

Tucked into an exotic jungle valley overlooking the roaring Urubamba River and the razorback peaks of the Andes, InkaTerra’s Eden-like environment comes as a pleasant shock, with hummingbirds and butterflies flitting around well-spaced dwellings with adobe walls and terra-cotta-tile roofs. Classical music sets the tone, avocado, coffee, guava and orchid plants infuse the air, and the sound of trickling water soothes the soul. The exceptionally winsome guest rooms housed in separate whitewashed cottages vary in size and have skylighted ceilings that provide much-needed light through the lush vegetation. Locally inspired fabrics, tile floors with area rugs, dark period furniture, and ornate wrought-iron queen or twin beds with tartan spreads and alpaca blankets are common to all rooms. All have fireplaces and large eucalyptus timber beams overhead.

Click here to visit the hotel's independent website.

Palacio del Inka

Palacio del Inka

A storied mansion dating back nearly five centuries, Palacio del Inka stands in the historic center of Cusco. Impressive stone staircases, arches and corridors, and the best elevators in the city lead to newly renovated guest rooms. Sleeping quarters display classic accents: ornate period molding, reproduction appointments, fine fabrics and upholstery and ornate window treatments. Beautifully framed mirrors reflect the watercolors of Cusco and roomy sitting areas, minibars, bottled water and free Wi-Fi are all standard. This elegant hotel reveals a secret at every turn and is one of the best properties in Cusco.

Click here to visit the hotel's independent website.

What Tutters Are Saying

Hear from those who have traveled with us why our trips are truly life-changing!

Here’s What This Trip Includes

All Accommodtion Costs

All Accommodation Costs

Amazing Meals

Amazing Meals

Local Immersion Experiences

Local Immersion Experiences

Daily Workshop

Daily Workshops

One on One Time with Mike

One-On-One Time With Mike

Lifelong Friendships

Lifelong Friendships

Adventure Cost

Ground Only:

Double bed

*per person

Single bed

*per person


We will monitor registrations from other participants who are also looking for roommates and will alert you if there is another traveler seeking a roommate. Please note, if we cannot secure a roommate, you will be responsible for the single accommodation cost listed above.

* A $1,500.00 per person non-refundable deposit is due at the time of registration unless the trip must be canceled by government decree.


Covid-19, Variants, or Other Pandemics


Wow, these are unusual times, so we greatly appreciate your faith in traveling with us and we can’t wait to see you on this trip!

Given the everchanging COVID related circumstances we now face, here are some extra considerations to weigh before committing to this journey:

For the safety of our group and the people we will come in contact with, and depending on the evolution of events between now and our departure, it’s possible that our airlines, hotels, and/or vendors of choice, or even the governments of Peru or the USA, may require proof of vaccination to travel. Conversely, if this does not happen, please know it’s possible we might have attendees who choose not to be vaccinated. As of this moment, none of this is known or knowable. All things considered, if you want to maximize chances of traveling with this group, based on parameters we have no control over, it is advisable that you receive your COVID vaccine well before travel.

Refunds related to trip changes caused by Covid-19, Variants, or Other Pandemics:

  1. If, prior to our departure, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, or WHO, or the Peruvian government advises travelers to avoid non-essential travel, to avoid gatherings of 50 or more people, or to shelter in place/stay at home as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic (and such notice covers our event dates), you will receive a 100% refund of whatever you have paid.
  2. In the unlikely event that such advisories are issued after departure but before you return home, all costs incurred to shorten or lengthen our adventure to remain compliant (such as testing, masks, quarantine, meals, hotel stays, transportation, or the like), will be each traveler’s responsibility.
  3. Regardless of the above, any COVID tests travelers may be required to take before, during, or after our trip, as well as any unforeseen COVID related expenses incurred for any reason, will be at the traveler’s expense.
  4. If non-essential travel continues to be allowed to Peru during our travel dates, but you decide not to travel for any reason after making payments, you will be responsible for all cancellation charges – please see our refund policy in the FAQ section below..

Contact Us

The “TUT Travel Team” coordinates each adventure and will be right there with you in the action. We would LOVE to hear from you. Please reach out to [email protected] with any questions. We will reply soon!

[email protected]


Meet The Crew

Mike Dooley

Mike Dooley

aka "The Universe"

Travel, alone, is mind-expanding and invigorating, but when you add to the mix fantastic itineraries, in exotic locales, great conversations, and super-cool people... NOTHING ELSE COMPARES! I’ve been on every one of our WOW Tours, and they’ve quickly become the highlights of my year. During each trip, I have this feeling, "YES! This is it! Life is so awesome! I HAVE TO SPREAD THE WORD to all our fellow TUTTERS how truly awesome these adventures are!" So, needless to say, I’ll be with you throughout the entire trip, at the center of the action, part of every moment and experience! In addition to the adventure aspect, I’ll be delivering casual, unplugged workshops about the nature of reality, life, dreams, and happiness.

Andy Dooley

Andy Dooley

Mike's brother, law of attraction expert, mindset manifestation coach and breathworker

Andy will be there with us throughout the adventure! He will host several workshops, including morning meditations and breathwork, to set the tone for most days. Over the past 20 years, Andy has developed many transformational techniques for manifesting faster, releasing subconscious blocks, and letting go of limiting beliefs. Andy is a mindset manifestation coach, and he'll also be offering free one-on-one sessions, as will Mike! He'll show you how to activate a new Point of Attraction so you can manifest with more ease and flow. Andy's sessions are high-energy and very inspirational. He consistently receives rave reviews. Get ready to have a breakthrough transformational experience.

Christopher Rohan

Christopher Rohan

TUT’s Travel Coordinator

Chris Rohan is the co-founder of BenchMark Incentives, a 20-year-old company that specializes in planning and operating group travel programs to the corners of the globe. Chris’ role for TUT includes physically scouting all of the hotels and tours we choose, usually a year in advance, and then joining us each and every day to ensure everything happens to plan. Chris also oversees local travel hands to ensure that wherever we are in the world, there’s a TUT Travel Help desk so that none of us ever have to fend for ourselves. His masterful knowledge of adventure logistics and people moving makes him a savvy traveler and instant companion for everyone in our groups.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many people do you expect to attend?

Group sizes typically range from 50-100 people, but there’s no limit either way. Always, the right people show up for each trip!

What’s included in the price?
  • All transfers throughout the program and bottled water on board vehicles
  • 3 nights accommodations at the Tambo del Inca in the Sacred Valley
  • 3 nights accommodations at the Inkaterra Hotel in Machu Picchu
  • 1 night accommodations at the Palacio del Inka Hotel in Cusco
  • 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 7 dinners
  • TUT Workshop Fee including meetings with Mike and Andy
  • All sightseeing and transfers by deluxe transportation. Smaller vehicles will be required in Cusco due to narrow streets.
  • Professional English speaking guides/escorts throughout
  • All entrance fees to sites included on the trip itinerary
  • Hotel taxes and service charges
What’s your refund policy?
  • Your deposit of $1,500.00 is non-refundable and non-transferrable.
  • If cancellation occurs from registration up to and including October 22, 2021, you will be charged a cancellation fee equal to 50% of the total trip cost.
  • If cancellation occurs October 23, 2021 up to and including December 23, 2021, you will be charged a cancellation fee equal to 75% of the total trip cost.
  • If cancellation occurs from December 24, 2021 up to and including departure day, registrant is considered a “no show” and 100% of the total trip cost will be charged.
  • No refunds will be issued for unused portions of the trip.
  • All cancellations must be made in writing (via fax, email or post) to BenchMark Incentives.

The date written cancellation is received will be used to calculate cancellation penalties. Refunds due will be processed 6-8 weeks from date of the arrival of cancellation notification.

Click here to see our terms and conditions.

What can I expect from attending a WOW TOUR?

This is an opportunity for adventurers, like-minded thinkers from around the world, to come together and share the experience of a lifetime. There will be daily workshops, group excursions, free time to explore on your own, and time to connect with Mike Dooley and his brother, Andy, one-on-one.

How much free time will I have?

Each day, there will be time for you to spend however you like. Some days you will have free time in-between excursions and workshops, and other days you will have the entire morning or afternoon to relax or explore on your own.

What should I pack and bring with me?

You will need to pack clothes, toiletries, necessary medicines, electronics, and anything else you’ll need for a trip lasting 7 days. Click here to see our pre-departure check-list! We also recommend you take a look at the itinerary to plan accordingly when packing.

Can I bring my children and/or spouse?

Yes! We would love for your spouse and/or children to join us, however, the minimum age for children joining our adventures is 18 years-old.

Are there scholarships available? OR can I trade my services in exchange for going on the trip?

We don’t have any scholarships available for WOW Tours at this time, nor are we accepting an exchange of services. The only way to attend is to register.

How can I learn more about Mike’s philosophies ahead of time?

You can read all about Mike and TUT here. And check-out Mike’s featured videos and interviews.

Where can I get more information?

The “TUT Travel Team” coordinates each adventure and will be right there with you in the action.  We would LOVE to hear from you.  Please reach out to [email protected] with any questions. We will reply soon!

Contact Us

The “TUT Travel Team” coordinates each adventure and will be right there with you in the action. We would LOVE to hear from you. Please reach out to [email protected] with any questions. We will reply soon!

[email protected]