Perú

Peru is a land enshrouded in a mantle of myth and legend, born from volcano and water, clouds, desert and jungle. Poets refer to the sacredness of Peru, calling the child of the birds and the Sun, the beautiful gift of the topics and the Andes. The Amazon was the Paradise of the Earth for the first colonists, and so it remains for lovers of ecology and nature today…

Peru is a land enshrouded in a mantle of myth and legend, born from volcano and water, clouds, desert and jungle. Poets refer to the sacredness of Peru, calling the child of the birds and the Sun, the beautiful gift of the topics and the Andes. The Amazon was the Paradise of the Earth for the first colonists, and so it remains for lovers of ecology and nature today.

LIMA: The City of Kings

The capital of Peru was founded on January 18, 1535, and it was inhabited many centuries before the arrival of the Spaniards. Its many museums, churches, feudal houses and buildings from the colonial period as well as other attractive tourist sites is this beautiful city called the “Gardner City” make is a very interesting place to see.

CUZCO: The Capital of the Inca Empire

Cuzco is known as the Archeologist Capital of America and is a World Heritage Site. Is was a religious, cultural, administrative and military center and is situated 3.350 meters above sea level. Stone constructions dating back to the Inca era lend a special kind of color and form to its streets, and colonial structures built over the Inca walls can also be observed. The best example of this is the Santo Domingo church built over Koricancha, the Temple of the Sun.

MACHU PICCHU: The Eighth Wonder of the World

The majestic archeological complex is a jewel of Inca architecture. It is the expression of man’s work in harmony with his environment. The fortress is situated atop a narrow mountain peak over looking a turbulent river and is surrounded by the intense greenness of a flange of Jungle Mountains where the diversity of flora and fauna are easily observed. Machu Picchu was discovered in 1911 and is there and a half hours from Cuzco.

Example itineraries: Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu

  • 3 days: Lima in Passing
  • 4 days: Lima of Culture
  • 5 days: Lima and Traditional Cuzco
  • 6 days: Lima, Cuzco and Macchu Picchu
  • 6 days: Cuzco, Macchu Picchu and the Sacred Valley
  • 8 days: Lima, Cuzco, the Inca Trail to Macchu Picchu
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