WITH A WARM GREETING, Welcome to the city of the Inkas, home of one of the seven wonders of the world: the Machu Picchu as well as extensive mountains, and the Amazon jungle.
If you want to establish a contact with the nature or culture, or experience other types of adventures, Peru offers you a great diversity of ecosystems, beautiful colonial cities, churches, temples, museums, great gastronomy and typical dances of every region.
Enjoy your journey through Peru, come discover the Peruvian coasts and it’s beaches.
Tradicional tourism: the Inka trails, Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley of the Inka, Titikaka lake, Puno, Cañon of the Colca, Arequipa and the Nazca lines. We also offer expeditions to Choquequirao, Salkantay, Lares, Vilcabamba, Ausangate, Huascarán, Kuélap and much more
We also offer eco-tourism expeditions to the Mánu national park, Tambopata, Candamo, Puerto Maldonado, Iquitos, the Amazon jungle, Tarapoto, and Pongo de Mainique.
|Travel to Machupicchu||Travel to Cusco|
|Enjoy two cosy nights in the town of Machupicchu in a comfortable hotel after visiting the Sacred Valley of the Incas and it’s numerous archaeological sites, landscapes and typical artisan fairs.||The terrain in Cusco is steep, combining fertile inter-Andean valleys with impressive mountains that descend to the rim of the jungle where the temperature rises and the landscape is transformed through a variety of vegetation.|
|Travel to Manu||Travel to Iquitos|
|Manu National Park is one of the most important tropical areas in the world, located in the south eastern region of Peru between Cusco and Madre de Dios departments. In 1977 was declared by the UNESCO.||Iquitos harbors, between the jungle’s lushness and the Amazon’s mysterious murmur. It possesses a series of architectural gems that will surprise the traveler for the beauty of their forms and for the peculiarity of their style; these are the traces left over from the rubber barons, powerful land owners of the jungle of Peru.|
|Travel to bolivia||Travel to Inka Trail|
|The Salar, is the largest salt extent in the world. It is located to the west of Uyuni and to the southeast of Bolivia to a height of 3.700 meters, with an extension of approximately 12.000 km².||The city of Machu Picchu is located in the department of Cusco and it is Peru’s most important tourist attraction. Discovered in 1911 by the American explorer, Hiram Bingham, this city is considered to be one of the most extraordinary examples of scenic architecture in the world.|