The lost Incan city of Machu Picchu perched high in the Andes Mountains, a tropical oasis hidden in rolling desert dunes and 20-days of some of the finest cuisine around are all part of the experience of traveling to Peru. Ancient Inca culture blends with modern Latin ways of life in this amazing country that provides all of its visitors with a constant source of wonder and adventure.
From the Desert to the Mountains
Although not massive in size compared to other countries with a vast diversity in terrain, the change in Peru’s landscapes are as drastic as anywhere on Earth when you venture from its huge coastal deserts up into the snow-capped Andean peaks. The beautiful coast offers surf-breaks along its shore, the deserts rolling hills of sand-dunes are a playground for dune buggies and sand-boards, and the surprisingly charming capital city of Lima will delight you with its world-class food, museums and youth-filled discotheques. And when you climb up into the Andes Mountains, Peru reveals its true treasures in the forms of the immense canyons dropping down incredible distances between the huge mountains and the ancient remains of the great Incan Empire highlighted by the famous temples of Machu Picchu.
Amazing Culture and Cuisine
Walk through towns surrounded by the Andes Mountains and see furry white llamas walking down the street led by colorfully-dressed locals with huge, wide smiles and a face of ancient wisdom that represent the vast history of the people of Peru. Traveling through this country is an experience of not just natural beauty, but also cultural beauty as the traditions of the native population passed down through generations remain very much alive. And experiencing their way of life and their beliefs is an important part of traveling through Peru. But just as worthwhile as Peruvian customs is reveling in the heavenly tastes of Peruvian food! From the rare and delicious menus offered in the mountains, to the ocean mollusks and seafood along the coast, to the incredible international food found throughout Peru, a surprising part of your trip may very well be the amazing food you receive at every one of your meals. And don’t miss trying the ceviche, as the ceviche in Peru is hands-down the best in the world!
A Country Fit for the Adventurous
With its tremendous terrain and fascinating ancient culture, it goes without saying that traveling through Peru is an adventure. But with such activities as downhill mountain biking in the Andes Mountains, hiking into one of the largest canyons in the world (twice as deep as the Grand Canyon) to see the majestic flight of the condors, ripping dune-buggies up and down huge desert dunes, rock-climbing, surfing, bungee jumping and exploring 1 of the 7 Wonders of the World, traveling Peru is an adventure like no other. Although Peru doesn’t offer the amazing beaches that many of our other destinations do, it’s filled with a world of constant adventure and beauty that’ll provide you with a travel experience like nothing you’ve experienced before!
Epic Adventures to Peru
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- 20 days - Wander Through the Incan World
- 30 days - Peru, Nicaragua
- 30 days - Peru, Costa Rica
- 30 days - Peru, Nicaragua
- 30 days - Peru, Panama, Costa Rica
- 40 days - Peru, Nicaragua
- 40 days - Peru, Panama, Costa Rica
- 50 days - Peru, Nicaragua, Costa Rica
- 50 days - Peru, Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica
- 60 days - Peru, Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica