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Visit Peru to be immersed in the land of the Incas. This country offers vibrant culture, ancient historical wonders, delightful cuisine, gorgeous natural landscapes, incredible archaeological remains, rare wildlife, and pure mountain beauty.


  • Begin your journey at the Wanchaq Station to board an unforgettable train ride between Cusco and Puno. Cross the Peruvian Andes in an open-air observation car to absorb fantastic views while enjoying fine food and drinks.

  • Hike through Cordillera Blanca to experience beautiful landscapes, snow-covered peaks, rich native flora, and intriguing, pre-Inca ruins.

  • Take a jungle tour in the beautiful Manú National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is known for rich biodiversity and home to rare species such as the giant otter, the giant armadillo, and jaguars.

  • Visit the ancient lost city of Inca civilization to see the iconic, archaeological site of the citadel of Machu Picchu. A trip to Peru would not be complete without seeing this mysterious landmark, which was formed in the 1450s and thought to have been the emperor’s country estate or a sacred place of worship. Its true purpose is still unknown. 

  • For the active traveler, trek the Inca Trail on a multi-day journey to follow in the footsteps of the Inca, while soaking in sites such as the ancient Tambo ruins and breathtaking mountain beauty.

  • Travel to the Maria Reiche Airport to board a flight like no other. Take an exhilarating, 35-minute flight where you will get a bird’s eye view of the 12 most renown Nazca Lines.

  • Relax and unwind near the beautiful waters of Lake Titicaca, located between Peru and Bolivia. This lake is known for being the largest lake in South America, the highest body of water in the world, and for the Andean culture - the birthplace of the sun.

Good to know

  • The best time to visit Peru is from June through September during its dry season

  • Sundays are the busiest day to visit Machu Picchu, as this day is free for locals

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