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Places To Go In Peru

Arequipa
Arequipa is one of Peru's most attractive cities with its fine colonial buildings, pretty squares and a skyline dominated by three volcanoes: El Misti, Chachani and Pichu Picchu. At an altitude of just under 2,400 metres, Arequipa, also known as 'La Cuidad Blanca' or white...
Colca Canyon
Colca Canyon is the deepest canyon in the Americas and twice as deep as the Grand Canyon. The scenery here is breath-taking and the area is home to vicuñas, llamas and the majestic condor. Travel either from Arequipa or Puno through the fertile landscape of the Colca Valley, stopping at...
Cuzco
The foremost city of the Inca Empire and at an altitude of 3399m, Cuzco is one of South America’s most enchanting cities. A UNESCO World Heritage Site; it is home to a wealth of well-preserved colonial architecture and evidence of a rich and complex history. Many Spanish colonial buildings...
Lake Titicaca
At an altitude of 3800m and straddling the border between Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world. It's electric blue waters are a spectacular site against the bright sky and snow-capped Andean mountains. The Uros floating reed islands and Taquile and...
Lima
Peru’s Pacific coast capital Lima, also known as the City of King’s, was once the capital of Spain’s colonial empire, something that is still reflected in its faded glory. It may not be love at first sight with Lima but for those willing to explore will be more than pleasantly...
Machu Picchu
Probably the most famous archaeological site in Latin America and recently voted one of the Seven New Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu does live up to its hype. Its incomparable setting hundreds of feet above the Urubamba River, deep in the Andes and its well preserved Inca stone structures make...
Nazca, Paracas & Ica
Nazca LinesSituated a few hours by road south of Lima at Ica, the mysterious lines and drawings in the Nazca Desert were famously documented by Dr Maria Reiche. Giant animal and perfect geometric figures were etched in the desert sands by the Nazca people 1,500 years ago and to this day scientists...
Northern Peru
The little-known north of Peru has some of the country's most spectacular pre-columbian ruins. From the charming colonial city of Cajamarca with its hot springs and Inca baths, to the impressive adobe city of Chan Chan near Trujillo or the largely unexplored ruins of the Chachapoyas region,...
Peru's Amazon Rainforest
No journey to Peru is really complete without a few days in the Amazon rainforest. The diversity of lush flora and fauna in the many Reserves in the Amazon Basin region makes a vivid contrast to the Andean highlands around Cuzco and Lake Titicaca.One of the most pristine areas for wildlife is the...
The Sacred Valley
The Sacred Valley of the Incas follows the Urubamba River valley between Cuzco and Machu Picchu. It has a mild climate, beautiful scenery and picturesque traditional villages. The Sacred Valley is also home to some very impressive and sizeable Inca sites such as Ollantaytambo. The surrounding...
Trekking Holidays
One of the many enjoyments to be had in the vibrant and complex Peru is the plethora of treks. These are perfect for the intrepid outdoor explorer, the walker with a grand sense of adventure, with the trails leading to the ultimate grand finale of Machu Picchu. Built 550 years ago it went forgotten...
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