There's much to see and do in Peru
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Machu Picchu is an Incan citadel set high in the Andes Mountains of Peru about 11,500 feet above sea level. Build by the Incas in 15th century and abandoned. It was probably the most amazing urban creation of the Inca Empire at its height; its giant walls, terraces and ramps seem as if they have been cut naturally in the continuous rock escarpments. The natural setting, on the eastern slopes of the Andes, encompasses the upper Amazon basin with its rich diversity of flora and fauna. Visit Machu Picchu by train on one of our full-day trip from Cusco that takes the hassle out of exploring the spectacular Inca site. Pre-booking a tour ensures you have a ticket for the UNESCO World Heritage Site, where daily visitor numbers are capped, and you explore the sprawling site with a guide.
Cusco Was ones the Capital of the Inca empire, and is now known for its archaeological remains and Spanish colonial architecture. The City of Cuzco, at 11,00 feet above sea level, is located in a fertile alluvial valley fed by several rivers in the heart of the Central Peruvian Andes of South America. The City of Cuzco is a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, we have great guides to give you the best possible city tour of Cusco. Today, remnants of both eras share the narrow city streets – from centuries-old baroque cathedrals to exquisite stone masonry – creating a rare collision of Andean and Spanish styles that makes Cusco like no other place on earth.
All passanger to Lake Titicaca arrive first in the quaint shore town of Puno, where Quechua Indians and Aymará people live largely the same way that their ancestors did generations ago.
Uros Islands in the Bay of Puno, a group of 40 islands woven from reeds that grow along the shoreline.
Fishermen and their families, as well as others, have lived among these floating islands for centuries making there hunts out ofthe reeds.
On the island of Taquile, local Quechua people still dress traditionally and lead visitors to pre-Columbian ruins hidden in the hills.
We have multi-day packages so you can share the life style of the Indians.
Specializing in custom and private vacation to the Amazonas of Peru. Amazonas of Peru is divide in several area one is the upper Amazonas which is are tropical unspoiled rain forests.
Also on that upper cloud forest Amazonas is Puerto Maldonado. Lower is Iquitos and the Amazon River.
The lush rainforest covers nearly two-thirds of the country, but is home to only 5 percent of its population.
Adventurous travelers can explore this region with a professional guide at a jungle lodges which are available.
Cruise remote Amazonian waterways, make friends with local communities, swim with pink river dolphins, and walk under the canopy tree homes for flitting birds, snoozing sloths and swinging monkeys.
Puerto Maldonado - southern gateway to the Amazon jungle, with Madre de Dios River weaving through it. Tambopata National Park.
Iquitos - Northeast of the country, you’ll find the very remote city of Iquitos deep in the Peruvian jungle and only accessible by flight and the birth place of the Amazon River.
Manu National Park - One off the world most biodiverse places for flora and fauna, Located between Puerto Maldanado and Machu Picchu.
Flying over the Nazca Lines will offer you a unique experience in the world.
These ancient glyphs are so big that they’re best viewed from high above in a plane and their mysterious origins capture the attention of travelers from around the globe.
Flying over the Nazca Lines will offer you a unique experience in the world. This exceptional destination seduces many travelers throughout the year looking to experience new adventures. Since this mysterious destination is quite a spectacle to behold. And precisely for this reason, the Machu Travel Peru team has prepared a small article about the flight over the Nazca lines. The best way to see them is from above in the sky, since you will be able to appreciate them better. So fasten your seatbelt it’s time to take off! To learn more about this destination, get out of your doubts and convince yourself that it would be great to include them as part of your tours in Peru, check the following article. It was written especially for you!
The Colca Canyon is located 100 miles northwest from Arequipa City about 3 hours and 45 minutes by car and the only way to view the canyon. On the way there your guide will show the pre-Inca agricultural terraces still being used by local farmers who practice the same lifestyle as their ancestors. Along the ride to the Canyon magnificent colonial Spanish churches and cities are still standing while farmers sell their products on the streets and roads. This beautiful Canyon offers one of the most essential ecosystems for a large number of animal species. Among them llamas, guanacos, alpacas, and even pumas. But the animal that takes all the leading role is the Andean Condor.
The Inca Trail is one of the most well-known trails in Peru, if not the world—and rightfully so. This ancient trekking trail winds through lush jungles, past terraced ruins, and up high passes into the cloud-capped mountains.
There are different length Inca Trail Tours available, from 2 days to 4, 5 or 7 days, that include all or only a part of the famous Classic Inca Trail that starts in the Sacred Valley outside of Cusco, Peru, and ends at the mystical Sun Gate entrance to Machu Picchu. Inca Trail Permits are required in order to hike any part of the Inca Trail, and only licensed tour companies can get these permits from the Peru government. We can arrange the tours in share basic with an excellent trekking company along with you stay in Cusco to get acclimatized to the high altitude.
Set out on an epic animal-viewing boat tour through the Ballestas Islands with a professional guide. The island are also know as poor men Galapagos because of the great diversity of birds and marine creatures there for your viewing.
Great to combine in a package with Ica and Paracas.