Peru is a country of adventure, nature, culture and excellent scenarios for extreme experiences.
A past of more than 5 thousand years of antiquity that offer contrasts and remains of surprising cultures between pre-Inca and Inca periods, festivities and traditions of multiple peoples, extraordinary landscapes …
Impressive and almost unknown cultures in the north of the country, such as mochica, Chimú, Chavin, Chachapoyas and Kuelap are added to the famous Inca centers of Cusco and Machu Picchu.
Multifaceted, that’s Peru. Its geography proves it: a warm desert coast, an imposing mountain range and an exuberant jungle invite you to live all kinds of extreme experiences, where you can practice mountaineering in the mountain range, sandboard in the coastal dunes, rafting and canoeing in rivers or trekking in the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Choquequirao and many Andean trails crossing spectacular mountains in the Cordilleras Blanca, Huayhuash, Ausangate, Salkantay and others.
Or navigate and meet ethnic groups, parks and nature reserves with exuberant flora and fauna in the rainforests of the Amazon and Tambopata.
From descending in mountain bikes from snowy heights to the rainforest, walk on Inca trails and pass through villages with living traditions, Peru is the ideal place for sports and adventure tourism and nature.
Thousands of emerald green lagoons and hundreds of snowy peaks over 6,000 meters high, ziplines from mountain to mountain, overnight in cabin rooms hanging from the hights of a rock wall over a spectacular valley, to the deepest canyons on the planet … A gastronomy superb and varied, among the best in the world. Wines and piscos of great quality to taste … the list is very long and there is something for everyone.
A single trip is not enough to discover the wonders that this country offers as a destination.