Travel to Peru
Welcome to a wonderful place in South America, Peru with all its splendor.
Peru is as complex as its most intricate and exquisite fabrics. The festivals mark ancient rites, the urban avant-garde transmits innovation and nature gives a splendid diversity. In ancient Peru, visitors make a pilgrimage to the glorious Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, however, this celebrated site is only a flash in a history of 5000-year-old villages.
Explore the dust remains of Chan Chan, the largest pre-Columbian ruins in all of the Americas. Fly over the puzzling geoglyphs engraved in the dry land of Nazca. Or venture into the rugged wild lands surrounding the unconditional fortress of Kuelap.
The great museums of Lima reveal in detail the sophistication, skill and passion of these lost civilizations. Visit remote communities and see how old ways live. Immerse yourself and you will leave Peru a little closer to the past.
The land of the Incas
Peru is one of South America’s most beautiful countries with lush nature, clouded forests, snow-capped mountains and white beaches. Come and experience an unspoilt country devoid of mass tourism and a welcoming population.
13 DAYS - 12 NIGHTS PERU
The Peru means it has some of the greatest biodiversity on the planet, boasts the World’s highest coastal mountain range, the snow covered peaks of Los Nevados in the Coffee Region and el Cocuy in Santander, and the Amazon River and jungle are largely,
4 DAYS - 3 NIGHTS PERU
Head down an Inca trail to Machu Picchu on this newly discovered and less crowded route. This hike offers you breathtaking landscapes with waterfalls and Inca ruins as well as the opportunity to go through a beautiful and remote Intipunku.
- The population of Peru in June 2019, currently exceeds 33 050 325 inhabitants with an average density of 25 inhabitants per km² and its annual growth rate is 1.1% .2 52.6% of the Peruvian population lives in the coast, 38% in the mountains, and 9.4% in the jungle.
- Mario Vargas Llosa
- He won the 2010 Nobel Prize for Literature that is still fresh, but man has been a star on the literary world stage for decades. In 1994, he won the Cervantes Prize, awarded to the best Spanish of writers.