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Why Travel to Peru

Inca Empire has been destroyed and becomes history, but its legends have never been interrupted. A journey to Peru is just like a process to chase the mysterious legends: trace the footprints of Inca at the Machu Picchu near historic Cusco, learn about local culture at the Main Plazas in the capital city Lima, admire the masterpieces of stonework at Archaeological Park Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley, seek the truth behind the Nazca lines in the desert...

    CAPITAL Lima
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South America Tours Including Peru

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Best Places to Visit in Peru

historic sanctuary of machu picchu

Aguas Calientes, a town famous for its thermal pools and bustling market, serves as the ideal entry point to adjacent Machu Picchu, which can be reached in about 30 minutes by bus. Machu Picchu, which rises at a height of nearly 2,300 meters on the eastern ridge of the Andes Mountains, was constructed by the Inca Empire during the pre-Columbian era and is regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It was left undiscovered for 400 years before being found in 1911, making it one of the best-preserved Inca cities and a gem of archeology. It also earned the nickname "Lost City of the Incas."

  • The locals in Cusco

    Cusco was the ancient Inca Empire's capital city. In the 16th century, colonists preserved the existing buildings while adding new Baroque ones. These locations, including Plaza de Armas, Cusco Cathedral, Sacsayhuaman, and Sacred Valley, are now well-known tour destinations.

  • Colca Canyon

    The two towns, which are in Peru's Sacred Valley, are well-known for their enigmatic remains, stone terraces, and picturesque surroundings. The Pisac Archaeological Park, Pisac Market, and Archaeological Park Ollantaytambo are some of its most representative tourist spots.

  • The Uros Floating Islands on Lake Titicaca

    Though visitors can glimpse the unique culture of indigenous people here, they come mostly to see Lake Titicaca. In legend, it's the landing site of the Incas' forefathers, the deity of the sun. The Uros Floating Islands on the lake are must-sees, which are surprisingly made of reeds.

  • Ballestas Islands

    The town is located on the west coast of Peru and is home to some nice beaches and the Ballestas Islands teeming with marine life. However, what makes it more famous is as a gateway to mysterious the Paracas Candelabra and the world-renown Nazca and Palpa Lines.

Peru Travel Guide

In this section, you'll find snippets of various articles. They cover a range of topics, from the gastronomic delights of Lima to the ancient majesty of Machu Picchu, and everything in between. There's even practical advice, like how to pack effectively for your Peruvian adventure and ways to avoid altitude sickness, ensuring your trip is as smooth as it is memorable.

  • Top Festivals in Peru
    Want to feel some revelry to the fullest? Then come to Peru and experience its festivals! There are more than a dozen colorful festivals: Cajamarca Carnival, filled with music and dance; Mistura Culinary Festival, where specialties are presented;...
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  • From Lima to Machu Picchu: Ultimate Guide 2024
    As the first stop of most people's Peru tour, Lima is famous for its award-winning gastronomy, lush rainforest, and historical ruins. When planning your Peru tour, you won't miss Machu Picchu as it is the most significant symbol of Peru.
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  • Top 8 Places To Visit In Peru for The First Time
    Peru, or the Republic of Peru to use its full name, is located on the western coast of South America. The Norte Chico culture, the first in the Americas, can be traced back to this ancient land. It's also the place where the famous Inca Empire...
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  • Guide for Hiking From Cusco to Machu Picchu
    This article is prepared for travelers who are interested in trekking from Cusco to Machu Picchu. It introduces the Inca Trail, Salkantay Trek, and Lares Trek, a packing list for hiking, and some tips for hiking in the highlands.
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  • 10 of the Best Things to Do in Peru
    Located in the western part of South America, Peru is a niche tourist country with rich natural beauties and cultural relics. Its strip-like land from north to south runs through almost the entire continent of South America, leading to its rich...
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  • Packing List for Traveling to Peru
    Peru, a country renowned for its breathtaking natural landscapes, rich historical culture, and unique cuisine. So, what should you pack in your luggage? From travel documents to attire, from electronic gadgets to essential medications, here is a...
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