The PeruRail Expedition train has all you need if you’re seeking an adventure on the way to Machu Picchu at an incredible price aboard a train with all the amenities onboard.
The heart of South America and the custodian of 20% of the world’s freshwater is the huge Amazon River and the vast, densely wooded basin it occupies.
The enigmatic geoglyphs at the UNESCO World Heritage Site include hummingbirds, monkeys, geometric forms, and swirls.
On a sightseeing trip to Lima that is both instructive and entertaining, get to know the city’s lengthy royal history.
Take on a challenge on the 4-day Salkantay Trek to the renowned Machu Picchu. Through the wild, rocky Andean mountain range and down to the lofty fringes of the Cloud Forest.
Don’t allow your short stay in Lima to prevent you from traveling to Huacachina and Paracas.
You will encounter the most diverse spectrum of ecosystems throughout your 5-day tour.
For a once-in-a-lifetime wilderness experience, climb the mountain with a guide, or rent a horse.
The most well-known archaeological site in Peru, possibly all of South America, is the lost city of Machu Picchu.
Buthe Sacred Valley of Peru is located in the Andean Highlands, an area of rough mountains, wide plains, and towering cliffs.
On this excursion, which is ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors, you may swim with wild sea lions in their natural habitat.
Take part in a small-group cooking lesson to learn about the diverse flavors and culinary heritage of Peruvian food.