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Explore the ancient sites of the Sacred Valley

Numerous Inca sites can be found in the Sacred Valley around Cuzco including the extensive ruins at Chinchero, the Inca earthworks of Moray, the temple/fortress complex of Ollantaytambo, the enormous stone walls of Sacsayhauman and the impressive hill top complex at Pisac. You can see them all over a couple of days.

Discover the sights of Lima

Uncover Peru’s rich historic and cultural heritage with a tour of Lima's numerous museums, colonial architecture and churches. Or head to Miraflores for some upmarket shopping or to Barranco for its colourful cultural life.

Cruise around the Ballestas Islands

Like miniature Galapagos Islands, the Ballestas are teeming with birds and wildlife. Pelicans, boobies, penguins and sealions are just some of the noisy residents. Nearby Paracas National Reserve is also of great wildlife interest – home to numerous migatory birds and endangered species both on land and offshore.

Fly over the Nazca Lines

Take a sightseeing flight to view the enigmatic Monkey, Condor and Hummingbird (alongside over 300 other figures) etched in the sands of the Pampa Colorada desert.

Stroll the streets of the ‘White City’ of Arequipa

Considered to have one of the most beautiful Plaza de Armas (town squares) in Peru, Arequipa is a delight to explore. The cathedral, Santa Catalina Monastery and Ice Maiden museum - with its 500 year old mummy, are amongst the highlights. Handicraft shops, pretty gardens and relaxing cafes and bars all add to the sense of easy-going charm.

See condors soar over the Colca Canyon

One of the world’s deepest canyons, the spectacular Colca Canyon is one of the best places in all of Peru to see condors take to the air. The canyon and surrounding valley are also home to the local people famed for their traditional weaving. The whole area is scenically spectacular and quite unlike any other part of the country.

Chill out in Cuzco

Whether your interest is exploring Inca ruins, visiting colonial churches, bargain-hunting in Indian markets or just relaxing over a cappuccino on a terrace overlooking the Plaza de Armas, Cuzco has it all. It’s also the gateway town of the Inca Trail.

Take a Luxury Lodge trek beneath Salkantay

If you want to trek along ancient Inca paths, but stay in stylish lodges rather than under canvas, a luxury lodge trek along the Salkantay Trail is the answer. The high altitude trek travels between four delightful lodges in the Cordillera Vilcabamba each with great views, comfortable rooms, outdoor Jacuzzis and tasty cuisine. Just perfect for relaxing after a hard day on the trail.

Discover Choquequirao

Take a superb 11-day trek through the dramatic scenery of the Vilcabamba - heartland to the little-visited ruins of Choquequirao. Begin trekking from Vitcos, last refuge of the Incas, and visit the nearby ‘White Rock’ one of the most sacred Inca shrines. Spend two nights camping at Choquequirao with a full day to explore these incredible and remote ruins.

Walk in a rainforest wilderness

Manu Bioshphere Reserve is a pristine rainforest wilderness and one of the largest conservation areas on earth. It is home to an incredible diversity of life, and offers some of the best bird watching in Peru as well as the best chance to see giant otters, jaguars, ocelot and several species of primate.

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