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Luxury Journey To Peru – Birthplace of the great Inca civilisation, Peru remains deeply connected to its storied ancestral heritage. Nearly half the population is purely indigenous, inhabiting some of the most fantastical settings on earth. Quechua-speaking highlanders mingle in colourful markets in the shadow of towering Andean peaks, while Uros peoples eke out a living on the surreal floating islands in Lake Titicaca. A world away, remote tribes (some uncontacted) maintain ancient traditions deep in the Amazon. Peruvian cities provide a vivid contrast, a blend of frenetic and cosmopolitan neighbourhoods, scenic Spanish-colonial centres and folk-music clubs. Innovative ideas – like sustainable tourism projects rum by indigenous groups – are helping to ensure Peru’s treasures will be around for generations to come.

Best time to visit in Peru

June to August (the dry season)

Best time to visit in Peru

June to August (the dry season)

Places to visit in Peru

  • Machu Picchu, the great Inca ruins hidden deep in mist-covered cloud forest
  • Cuzco, a beautiful Andean town with Inca-made walls, cobblestone streets and gilded colonial churches
  • The enchanting islands on Lake Titicaca, one of the world’s highest navigable lakes
  • Arequipa, a charming colonial city near smouldering volcanoes and the world’s deepest canyons
  • Parque Nacional Manu, home to cloud-and rainforest and astounding biodiversity

Places to visit in Peru

  • Machu Picchu , the great Inca ruins hidden deep in mist-covered cloud forest
  • Cuzco , a beautiful Andean town with Inca-made walls , cobblestone streets and gilded colonial churches
  • The enchanting islands on Lake Titicaca , one of the world’s highest navigable lakes
  • Arequipa, a charming colonial city near smouldering volcanoes and the world’s deepest canyons
  • Parque Nacional Manu , home to cloud-and rainforest and astounding biodiversity

Top things to do in Peru

  • Listen to live trova (folk music) at an atmospheric nightspot in Lima.
  • Hike the Santa Cruz trail through the towering peaks of the Cordillera Blanca.
  • Charter a flight over the Nazca Lines, the mystical drawings in earth left by a past civilisation over 1000 years ago.
  • Visit the ruins of Chan Chan, once the largest pre-Colombian city in the Americas.

Top things to do in Peru

  • Listen to live trova (folk music) at an atmospheric nightspot in Lima.
  • Hike the Santa Cruz trail through the towering peaks of the Cordillera Blanca.
  • Charter a flight over the Nazca Lines, the mystical drawings in earth left by a past civilisation over 1000 years ago.
  • Visit the ruins of Chan Chan, once the largest pre-Colombian city in the Americas.

Discover Peru

  • Read Mario Vargas Llosa’s famed Conversations in the Cathedral about power and politics in 1950s Peru, but with universal repercussions.
  • Listen to the sublime Afro-Peruvian rhythms of Susana Baca.
  • Watch Claudia Llosa’s award-winning fable MadeinUSA about the clash between old and new in somewhat surreal Andean town.
  • Eat ceviche (fresh seafood marinated in lemon juice and chilli peppers).
  • Drink Inka Kola, bubble-gum flavoured soda; pisco (a white grape brandy).

Discover Peru

  • Read Mario Vargas Llosa’s famed Conversations in the Cathedral about power and politics in 1950s Peru , but with universal repercussions.
  • Listen to the sublime Afro-Peruvian rhythms of Susana Baca.
  • Watch Claudia Llosa’s award-winning fable MadeinUSA about the clash between old and new in somewhat surreal Andean town.
  • Eat ceviche (fresh seafood marinated in lemon juice and chilli peppers).
  • Drink Inka Kola , bubble-gum flavoured soda; pisco (a white grape brandy).

Peru Highlights

Pan pipes, Andean peaks, Ilamas, Incan ruins, colourful textiles, indigenous villages, 16th-century Spanish architecture and artefacts

Peru Highlights

Pan pipes , Andean peaks , Ilamas , Incan ruins , colourful textiles , indigenous villages , 16th-century Spanish architecture and artefacts

One word for Peru Tourism

Buenos dias (Good day)

One word for Peru Tourism

Buenos dias (Good day)
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