Land of Kings

This country is a paradise for adventurous travelers who want to explore ancient Incan cities high in the Andes Mountains or trek through the untamed Amazon rainforest. For a sight that will take your breath away, visit the Colca Canyon that is twice as deep as the Grand Canyon. The extreme sport of sandboarding down giant dunes and flying over the mysterious Nazca Lines will be a few of the unexpected highlights of your trip . Whale watching is an added bonus activity at many of the seaside beaches and resorts along the Pacific Ocean. Peru has so many different types of landscapes that it is home to the largest variety of plants and animals in the world. You will discover there is more to Peru than Machu Picchu, with enough adventures to fill several trips to this exotic and affordable destination.


Machu Picchu

Step back in time as you hike the Andes Mountains to explore one of the Seven Wonders of the World. More than 7,000 feet above sea level, this well-preserved city is a symbol of the Incan Empire tha... See more

Amazon Rainforest

They can be found in a variety of places in Peru. Some of the rainforests are situated on scenic mountain ranges, others hug giant lowland rivers, while more still are found near beautiful beaches an... See more

Rainbow Mountain

You will have to see this place to believe it. The natural, multi-colors of gold, lavender and turquoise are created from minerals in the mountain’s soil. Due to climate change and melting snow, Rai... See more

Floating Islands of Lake Titicaca

Experience a way of living like nothing you have ever known. The Uros tribe inhabits more than 70 man-made islands of living reeds that float in this lake. Their civilization dates back further than... See more

Penguins of Ballestas Islands

If you make it down to the southern coast of Peru you should plan on a half-day trip to visit an island 24 km from the town of Paracas. It has been largely untouched by humans and is comparable to th... See more

The Condors of Colca Canyon

Watching a majestic Andean Condor soar through the sky embodies the wild spirit of the Andes Mountains and you’ll understand why the Incas believed the condor to be a God of the Sky. Its wingspan is ... See more

Sacred Valley of the Incas

Before you begin hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you will want to visit this valley to help you acclimate to the altitude. This site was the heart of the Inca Empire and its fertile farmlands ... See more

Adrenaline Oasis in Huacachina

Thousands of years ago, a beautiful Incan princess was walking along the sand dunes, lost in her own thoughts. This princess was pure and loved by the Gods. She had never had a bad thought or spoken... See more

Sea Turtles of Mancora

Fly over the Nazca Lines

Street in Ollantaytambo


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