The Peruvian Amazon is a verdant tropical region covering almost two-thirds of the country, it is the fourth largest rainforest in the world with remarkable biodiversity. The Amazon is the main source of water in the Peruvian Jungle, the most extensive and largest network of waterways in the world. Home to a large number of flora and fauna including over 7,300 different species of flowering plants, 293 mammals, and 2,500 butterflies. A popular destination for nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, and bird watchers, the region is filled with rich cultures, fantastic food, and plenty of outdoor activities and endless adventures.
Machu Picchu remains one of the premier archaeological sites in the world and serves as a vivid reminder of the Incan Empire, its imagination, and magnificence.
Lake Titicaca, located between Peru and Bolivia is one of the world`s most fascinating lakes, home to over 500 aquatic species.
The breathtaking Patagonia Region is shared by Argentina and Chile and runs from the coasts of the Pacific Ocean towards the Atlantic Ocean brimming with awe-inspiring glaciers and fjords.