Peru is so much more. Peru has experiences, culture everywhere, history, archeology, incredible and impressive sites. Food, oh yes, the best food in the world.
Peru has smiles, dances, beautiful faces, vivid colors, great Pacific Ocean, impressive Amazon jungle, rivers and streams, majestic mountains, sacred lakes, enigmatic places and so much more. With Peru you never finish describing it.
Peru is ancient and modern with great colonial mansions, historical monuments especially in the high Andes and wonderful sensations. You can go cycling in Lima, its capital, visiting the neighborhoods of Lima, or if you are a connoisseur, in Cusco in its high mountain biking. You can fly in a paraglider over the sea of Lima or visit the wonder of the modern world, Machu Picchu and visit many of its places full of culture and history. You get the picture? Peru is a lot
Peru’s riches and customs
Among other riches, when you arrive in Peru, you’ll likely come across the word Quechua. The Quechua are described as the direct descendants of the Incas, but in the present-day, they comprise several indigenous groups scattered throughout South America. Quechua culture is still very prevalent in the music, dance, dress, food and language of the Andean region in Peru.
Cradled by the vast, breathtaking Andes, encounter indigenous traditions in the Sacred Valley of the Incas and take part in a special offering to Pachamama, or Mother Earth. Board a panoramic train through scenic mountains to Machu Picchu, one of the Seven New Wonders of the World, and wander among clouds in this soaring ancient Incan citadel. Cusco, the ancient Incan capital, experienced the city’s thriving contemporary culture and tasted superior varieties of pisco, the Peruvian national drink.
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Best places to visit
From Lima, the country’s capital. Cosmopolitan and colonial, historical and full culture, quiet and adventurous. Lima is where you will arrive from your country. On your arrival, you will begin to get to know the Peruvian smile, its modern neighborhoods as well as the colonial sites filled up with churches and always with a smiling guide and driver. In this city, it is a must to try the Peruvian Food recognized all around the world, you can’t miss this experience. You have restaurants all around the city and really of the country. Here the food is good at every corner
Let’s continue with Cusco, the mandatory obligation. But, why? And because this region smiles, breathes better, has greenery and mountains, is history, culture and impressive places with so much to tell.
Mentioning the must-sees that you should not miss, we have: The main capital with its small streets and corners; its large churches, squares and markets. With its tourist sites that represent the history as the temple of Qoricancha, the nearby surroundings with archaeological monuments and we cannot fail to mention with its Sacred Valley, Pisac, Chinchero, Maras & Moray, Ollantaytambo and the last wonder of the modern world, Machu Picchu.
Arequipa is named like that because of its volcanoes. This is apparent in the walls of its streets, buildings and churches; in the wonderful geography that has created a fertile valley and one of the world’s deepest canyons. Imagine yourself enjoying the warm waters of a thermal pool as you look out towards green mountains crowned with perpetual snows.
Arequipa is a place you won’t want to leave, thanks to its unique cuisine, its history, and its marvelous cordiality.
Arequipa, the legendary White City, where its noble history can be felt in the air, beneath the eternal watchful gaze of its volcanoes.
According to legend, everything began in Puno when Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo emerged from Lake Titicaca to found the Inca dynasty.
In Puno, every breath of air you take will make you part of its history and the incredible natural landscapes that include majestic Lake Titicaca. Puno is famous for the hospitality of its people and the joyfulness of their festivities, dances and rituals. In Puno, traditions are expressed in celebrations that explode into fiestas every day of the year. Puno, dominated by Lake Titicaca, the world’s highest navigable lake, is the capital of Peru’s folkloric tradition.
What else to include in our tours
Of course, our immense Amazon Rainforest with lots of wildlife, full of birds, fish, leopards, panthers, anteaters, tapirs, eagles, macaws and numerous species of parrots, ostriches, chimpanzees and other monkeys. You can get to know everything by staying in hostels or taking the famous and luxurious cruises.
Let us not forget to mention the south near Lima, with the Paracas nature reserve and the Nazca lines.
Beaches, archaeological sites in the north of the country, small towns with beautiful neighborhoods and much more.
Just come to Peru!