Welcome to Choquequirao, a site of equal, if not greater, importance to the more famous ruins of Machu Picchu, as well as significantly larger and incomparably more remote.
Visit Peru’s geoglyphs – some as large as 900 feet – chiseled onto the dry, canvas-like desert of Nazca.
Visit an ancient town in the Sacred Valley that is filled with archaeological ruins.
Looking for fun cultural or arts events in Lima ? Check out our guide to Lima’s Semana de Arte.
Add a Pisco Sour, and you’ve got a party.
Interested in Peru beyond Macchu Picchu? Check out archaeological wonders of northern Peru and learn about pre-Incan civilizations.
Each year at the end of May, thousands of Peruvians gather near Apu Ausangate to celebrate Qoyllur Rit’i, the festival of the “Snow Star.”
Plan an adventure to Peru, island hopping in Lake Titicaca!
Check out our guide to this lesser known Peru travel destination, Ayacucho.