8 reasons why your next holiday should be to Peru



1. To visit one of the wonders of the world, Machu Picchu

This awe-inspiring ancient city is a genuinely must-see destination, which should be at the top of everyone’s bucket list! Additionally, there is an incredible amount of history to explore throughout the whole of Peru.

Machu Picchu Machu Picchu

2. To practice extreme Sports

Peru’s versatile geography makes it the perfect place for adventure. From rock climbing to mountain biking, kayaking, sandboarding, caving, diving, surfing and many more countless activities, Peru is a Paradise for adventurers!

Sandboarding in Ica
Biking in Lomas de Lucumo
Paragliding in Lima
3. Food paradise

Peru has been chosen as the World’s leading culinary destination for four consecutive years by the World Travel Awards! Its diverse cuisine is considered amongst the best in the world!

Seco de frejoles

4. Living Culture

Peru is full of traditions that maintain the legacy of its ancient civilizations; their customs have remained intact over centuries.  Many of the festivals, rituals, and actual ways of life have survived from the pre-Columbian era Visit Uros and Taquile Islands at  Lake Titicaca in Puno and discover how ancient Peruvians lived.

Textile production in Taquile
Uros Island, Lake Titicaca

5. Geographic Diversity

Peru proudly boasts three gloriously diverse geographic regions, the coast, the Andes highlands and the Amazon jungle. Even during a short visit, Peru’s diversity is more than evident. A 15-hour bus ride can take you from the desert coast to the chilly heights of the Andean mountain range which lead to the incredible Peruvian Amazon.

Las Pocitas beach

6. A Paradise for trekkers

Peru’s distinct environmental regions provide excellent trekking options for both experienced and casual hikers alike. Some of the most popular treks include world-famous Inca Trail, alternative adventure treks to Machu Picchu, high altitude Andean treks from Huaraz and multi-day treks into the beautiful Peruvian Amazon.

Inca trail

7. To experience one of the ‘New 7 Wonders of Nature’, the Amazon rainforest

The Amazon is the world’s largest tropical rainforest. A place with an incredibly rich ecosystem, it has an astounding 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species, 3,000 types of fish, 430 mammals and 2.5 million different insects. It is also home to approximately  400-500 indigenous tribes, which in some cases have never had contact with the outside world!

Guacamayo Escarlata
Titi Emperador monkey

8. An Affordable Experience

Peru is a country that can accommodate just about any traveler and any budget. It offers a variety of services at very affordable prices. With lunches for less than US$3, hostels for US$10 a night and cheap long distance bus travel, you can easily travel from the coast to the depths of the Amazon jungle. Everyday living is significantly cheaper than most places in the US and Europe.

Surquillo Market

Why not plan your next holiday now? 

Contact us to find out more about our tours! Let us share our passion of Peru with you!

Let us share our passion of Peru with you!