Nestled between the towering Andes, the Amazon, the arid deserts of South America, and the expansive coastline along the Southern Pacific, Peru is a country for every type of traveler. Any who visit its Spanish-colonial cities and ancient Inca villages find a rich historical tapestry of interwoven cultures.
Llamas traverse its terraced ruins, monkeys swing through its dense rainforest, hikers climb its multi-hued peaks, and adventurers discover magic among its oldest corners.
This is Peru.
Spanish & Aymara
Type A, B, C
To the ancient Inca, the Sacred Valley in western Peru was not only a fertile site for agriculture, it was the place that sustained their
Machu Picchu tops many a traveler’s bucket lists, and, indeed, this Peruvian UNESCO World Heritage Site sees around one million visitors every year.
Saying that American explorer Hiram Bingham discovered Machu Picchu is, at best, a revisionist version of history. His expedition succeeded only because Peruvian soldiers and