Peru is a true paradise and home to approximately 20% of the total bird species in the world, it is one of the best and most diverse nations on earth for birdwatchers. The magnificent colorful country offers bird enthusiasts more birds than any other country, there are 2,000 species of migrant and resident birds including 110 endemics that can be seen at various locations throughout the country. The landscapes in Peru include the high grasslands of the Andean mountain range, the lush verdant Amazon rainforest, and the unique ecosystems of the coastal desert. The mighty Amazon is home to 427 mammals, 378 reptiles, 428 amphibians, 1,294 birds, 3,000 fish, 40,000 plants, and 2.5 million insect species. Birding in the megadiverse country of Peru plays a vital role in its tourism sector with three distinct birding routes (Southern, Central, and Northern).
The Sacred Valley of the Incas is one of the most alluring destinations in Peru, encompassing the areas between Pisac and Ollantaytambo along the Urubamba, Vilcanota and Wilcamayu Rivers.
The gigantic fascinating Nazca Lines are found throughout the Nazca Desert in Southern Peru, created over 2,000 years ago. These baffling geoglyphs depicting animals and humans cover the desert floor and can best be viewed from the sky.
Lake Titicaca, located between Peru and Bolivia is one of the world`s most fascinating lakes, home to over 500 aquatic species. The world`s highest navigable lake is fed by meltwater from glaciers on the sierras.
Colca Canyon is one of the deepest, most breathtakingly beautiful canyons in the world soaring 10,730 feet deep, twice the depth of the Grand Canyon. The superb canyon is the place to see soaring condors, breathtaking vistas, healing thermal waters, and endless blue skies.
For food and wine lovers, South America has some of the best culinary offerings; from high-end restaurants to mouthwatering street food, there’s incredible diversity to be discovered. South America is also home to some of the world's most breathtaking and varied landscapes, and it shouldn't be a surprise that the soil from those landscapes is as fertile as it is stunning.
The city of Cuzco boasts a long history, an extraordinary destination that has retained its cultural essence throughout each historic period. A vibrant, charming, and fascinating city offering plenty of attractions and activities along with deliciously authentic dining options, colorful markets, and the majestic Sacred Valley.
The magnificent Machu Picchu a Wonder of the Modern World (2007)and a UNESCO World Heritage Site (1983) located on top of a mountain in the middle of a tropical forest, is Peru’s star attraction.
Visit Lima (for a chance to taste its colonial and cosmopolitan sites and its unique and world renowned peruvian cuisine), Amazon Lodge in Tambopata Reserve, Cuzco (a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site and possessor of a style on its own, where you will have the chance to discover more Incan and Colonial sites and enjoy lots of shopping and endless nightlife), Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca's town of Puno (Lake Titicaca is the world's highest navigable lake, the dwelling of culture hold fast to their ancient traditions and that will provide you a few days of intense experiences), Arequipa; the so-called 'White City' abounds with colonial mansions and churches made of with white volcanic stone, which have been perfectly preserved throughout the centuries and Colca Canyon. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
Peruvian cuisine is made up of huge flavors and is all about spices. Peru is the Hope Diamond of Latin America and home to famed dishes such as ceviche, Lomo Saltado (beef stew), Aji de Gallina (creamy chicken) to mention a few. The cuisine in Peru is a jumble of flavors made up of European, African, and East Asian techniques that blend seamlessly with the ancient Peruvian cuisine creating utterly unique dishes.
Peru is a true paradise and home to approximately 20% of the total bird species in the world, it is one of the best and most diverse nations on earth for birdwatchers.
The fascinating country of Peru features 12 otherworldly UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 8 are listed as cultural sites, two as natural, and two as mixed with both cultural and natural criteria. These spectacular sites spread throughout the country are among some of the most significant cultural destinations in the world.
The amazing Inca Trail in South America is celebrated as one of the world’s most famous treks, 26 miles of trail that lead to the Citadel or “Lost City of the Incas” in Machu Picchu, the final destination.
Heading out Off The Beaten Path in Peru is an incredible experience through awe-inspiring landscapes and exciting destinations such as Lake Titicaca, Machu Picchu, and the Sacred Valley.