This is the least populated territory in Peru, with only 600,000 people living in its 80,000 Km2 (30,880 sq miles) of jungle area. Its capital is a riverside city known as Puerto Maldonado with 25,000 inhabitants. Near Puerto Maldonado there are several attractions such as the Sandoval and Valencia lakes, next to the Bolivian border […]Continue reading
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Click on the thumbnail to enlarge map Lake Titicaca is the world’s highest navigable lake and the center of a region where thousands of subsistence farmers eke out a living fishing in its icy waters, growing potatoes in the rocky land at its edge or herding llama and alpaca at altitudes that leave Europeans and […]Continue reading
Area Map, click to enlarge The North of Peru is rich and full of interesting places such as Trujillo, Chiclayo and the lost world of the Chachapoyas. The Pre-Columbian Chachapoyas culture, conquered in the 15th century by the Incas, has left a landscape scattered with villages and burial sites which until recently had been largely […]Continue reading
Arequipa is the capital of the Province, Department and Region of the same name. It is located at 2230 meters (7,314 feet) a.s.l. it is the second largest city of Peru. One of Its main attractions is the fact that Arequipa has probably the nicest weather of Peru with an average of 300 sunny days […]Continue reading
The ancient and wise city of Cusco has one of the most modern Seven Wonders of the World, this is the Machu Picchu Sanctuary, which contains several structures that you can visit and charge your positive energies. But you can’t do anything unless you check in one of the Machu Picchu Hotels, there are many […]Continue reading
The Inca trail trek to Machu Picchu is the most important circuit in South America, this beautiful route is characterized by present original Inca architecture, a series of archaeological remains scattered along its course and the natural blend of jungle and cloud forest which develops its route, the setting is fresh and appealing for anyone […]Continue reading
Visit Peru, a country with spectacular microclimates, great food, friendly people and amazing treks that combine ancient roads with timeless landscapes such as the Inca Trail Perù. Our selection of Inca Trail hikes to Machu Picchu Peru, Choquequirao and Ausangate follow in the footsteps of explorer Hiram Bingham in his quest to track the history […]Continue reading
The coastal region accounts for 10.6% of Peru’s territory (52,639 square miles or 136,334 km2). It is a narrow strip 1hat is approximately 554 miles long (2,500 km), but only 12 to 62 miles wide (19 to 100 km). The altitude along this strip varies from zero to 3,281 feet above sea level (1,000 m). […]Continue reading
The Inca road system was the most extensive and advanced transportation system in pre-Columbian South America.The network was based on two north-south roads with numerous branches. The best known portion of the road system is the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Part of the road network was built by cultures that precede the Inca Empire […]Continue reading
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