Travel to Peru
Peru is simply remarkable. It is called the land of the Incas. Machu Picchu is the lost city of the Incas that was revealed centuries after the last Conquistador left. Visiting this lost city is a once in a lifetime tourist experience that answers many curious questions you may have had about the Incas. Perus rich traditions and natives are refreshing, and equally intriguing.
Our travel guide will save you time and energy by helping you arrange the perfect vacation tailored to your needs. With our first-hand experience, we will fill your vacation with adventure and excitement.
The main cities in Peru are: Lima (capital city), Arequipa, Ayacuchu, Trujillo, Cajamarca, Chiclayo, Chincha Alta, Cusco, Huanuco, Iquitos, Tacna, Piura, Chimbote, Ica, Juliaca, Sullana, Tarapoto, Tumbes, and Talara.
Tarapoto is the most important city in the area, and is the hub for trade for the District of San Martin.
The most widely taken adventure tour in Peru is at Lake Titicaca, which is the highest navigable lake, and the most sacred body of water of the Inca Empire.
In search of herbs and cures for many major illnesses? Then dare to visit the still largely unknown Amazon Rainforest.
Even though almost 1.5 million foreigners visit Peru each year, you can still find places off the beaten track that not many visitors have been to.
Some really famous Peru dishes are: Cebiche de Pescado, Arroz con Pollo, Lomo Saltado, Arroz Tapado, Papas a la Huancaína, Leche Asada and Pisco Sour. Carachama fish is a primitive catfish that is a popular choice in Peru. Anticuchos is also worth trying - these are shish kebabs made from beef hearts. Asparagus is a specialty of Peru.
Our travel guide will assist you in exploring this exciting land, rich in history and culture.