Travel to Peru and fuel your imagination on a diet of ancient treasures and wonderful landscapes. Surrounded by majestic Andean peaks, world wonder Machu Picchu and the historic city of Cusco highlight Peru’s dramatic birth from the encounter between Incas and Spaniards.
Just as thrilling are the lush expanses of Amazon rainforest, the breathtaking vastness of Lake Titicaca, the fantastic food scene in Lima, and the enduring enigma of the Nazca Lines. One thing is certain. Peru has something for everyone. All you have to do is choose where to go and when.
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Former capital of the mighty Inca Empire, ground zero for Andean festivals throughout the year, home to an array of the nation’s best hotels and restaurants, Cusco brilliantly captures the past, present and future of Peru.
Stirring wanderlust in the heart of every traveler, a majestic Inca citadel sits perched on a mountain ridge in a remote corner of Peru. Get there and you’ll see why it’s among the world’s must see destinations.
The Sacred Valley lets you get a closer look at everyday life in the Andes while delving deeper into the Inca past. Explore Pisac market and climb Ollantaytambo Fortress. For an extra treat, venture to Maras and Moray.
Full of fairytale architecture and delectable cuisine, it’s no wonder Arequipa is a top destination for Peru travel. Visit Andean mummies, shop for alpaca sweaters, and feast on the city’s famous food specialties.
Soak in the scenic beauty and diverse heritage of Peru’s capital. Visit artisan markets, tour museums and the historic center, dine on Peruvian food, drink pisco cocktails, and head to Miraflores for ocean views.
Hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. It’s an adventurous trek on ancient stone paths through Andean valleys, past enigmatic ruins, and into the cloud forests that protect a stunning citadel.
Extend your Arequipa tour with a visit the Colca Canyon. Watch Andean condors soar over plummeting valleys, soak in hot springs, and spend the night in traditional villages flanked Peru’s oldest terraces.
Quirky Iquitos is the gateway to Peru's northern Amazon. Stay at a remote jungle lodge to witness record-breaking biodiversity. Or take a luxurious cruise along the Amazon River for a full rainforest immersion.
Titicaca stretches across the altiplano of Peru and Bolivia under a seemingly endless sky. Sail to island communities on the world's highest navigable lake from the floating Uros to Taquile and beyond.
The folkloric capital of Peru explodes in a city-wide celebration of the Candelaria festival every February. During the rest of the year, the lakefront city of Puno is a bustling hub for exploration of Lake Titicaca.
Board a riverboat to an Amazon lodge and experience pristine rainforest in southern Peru. Hike trails, learn to spot camouflaged critters, or climb canopy towers for bird’s eye views that will take your breath away.
Salkantay trek is a truly epic journey. With the mighty glacier capped peak as a constant companion, the trail traverses rugged highlands and humid cloud forests on the way to Peru’s most famous Inca ruins.
Base yourself in Nazca for a rewarding immersion in the mysteries of Peru’s most enigmatic pre-Columbian culture. Fly over the Nazca Lines, explore archaeological sites on ground, and bask in the desert sun.
Home to amazing wildlife including many animals found nowhere else on Earth, the Galapagos Islands are a designated UNESCO Natural Heritage Site that attract wildlife and adventure lovers.