Wonders of Peru
Peru is one of the world’s most varied countries. It is a multicultural nation, filled with traditions, a unique gastronomy and vast natural reserves. It is home to 12 UNESCO
World Heritage Sites and 84 of the planet’s 117 life zones. Peru is situated in the western part of South America and shares borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia and Chile.
Its enormous territory, covering more than 1.2 million square
kilometers, is composed of three regions: Coast, Highlands and Jungle. We also mention is a magnificent, majestic country where one of history’s and first
civilizations was born. It holds one of the seven amazing World Wonders MACHU PICCHU. Peru is also home to the cosmopolitan capital and growing city of Lima, The home of immortal artists, beautiful landscapes, and the most
rich traditions of food and culture.
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Our great spirit of adventure and passionate about travel, allows us to live together and discover together with our friends and clients the majesty of the marivillas of Peru.
Peru on the table
Another wonder in the world of high class cuisine. Thanks to cultural influences reflected on its food, Peru has been considered for sixth consecutive year, the World’s Best Culinary Destination by the World Travel Awards. With exquisite dishes
such as ceviche,lomo saltado, causa limeña,etc
Lima is the capital of Peru located on the arid Pacific coast of the country. Although its colonial center is preserved, it is an overflowing metropolis and one of the largest cities in South America
The Nazca Lines are a collection of giant geoglyphs—designs or motifs etched into the ground—located in the Peruvian coastal plain about 250 miles (400 kilometers) south of Lima, Peru.
In this fantasy tale, the Uros islands are entirely made of totora; a reed around which survival revolves in these floating lands.
Cusco has witnessed the entry of the Spanish and today it preserves that ancient magic that captivates thousands of visitors who become part of this living history. Cusco, declared the historical capital of Peru, at the navel of the world … Unmissable!
Arequipa, the legendary and historical white city, where the nobility breathes under the eternal vigilance of its volcanoes.
Cuando se trata de naturaleza y vida silvestre en Perú, la selva amazónica es el lugar para estar. Los viajeros aventureros pueden explorar esta región con un guía profesional en un albergue en la jungla.
Capital of Peru
link to make it a mysterious place full of beautiful landscapes that give us one of the richest cultures of all history.
Its mission is to protect the citadel of Machu Pichu, one of the seven wonders ofthe world.
The starting point for every adventure is, indefinitely, the Plaza de Armas and it extends to the most famous ruins of Machu Picchu. To get from one point to the other travelers will have to visit not only places but also centuries of history. Historic Center: Plaza de Armas, San Blas town, Coricancha, Cusco Cathedral Outskirts and other districts: Machu Picchu, Sacsayhuaman, Moray, Maras, Ollantaytambo, Camino Inca
Peru's greatest mysteries
mysteries of all time. Developed in one of the driest places on the planet, it was the home of the Nazca. The Nazca created a set of gigantic geoglyph. These
geoglyphs consisted of 300 figures constructed by lines, geometric shapes, and animal They can measure up to 300 meters. Due to their size, the figures can
only be recognized from the sky.
There are many theories that claimed that the figures were «centers of worship» designed to please a divinity located on the heights, and even formed a gigantic
calendar, which aimed to point to the sun and celestial bodies.
by the prominence of sillar, (white volcanic stone).
First Stand awestruck in the Plaza de Armas Arguably the most grandiose plaza in Peru. Explore the Monasterio de Santa Catalina the one colonial city in the city, which provide a fascinating insight into the lives of devout catholic nuns back in the 16th century. Yanahuara, eclectic mix of colonial era churches and
elegant archways s with unbeatable views of the majestic ice-capped volcanoes that encircle the city. Dose of nature Marvel and admire the condor in greatest and majestic flight in the Colca Canyon one of the deepest canyons in the world at a staggering 3,270 meters (10,730ft)
Uros Island and lake Titicaca
The Islands after Altiplano
«The Jungle Never Sleeps»