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Peru

  • Machu Picchu, Peru - one of the new Seven Wonders of the World

    Machu Picchu, Peru - one of the new Seven Wonders of the World

  • Local lady, Sacred Valley, Peru

    Local lady, Sacred Valley, Peru

  • The dramatic Colca Valley, Peru

    The dramatic Colca Valley, Peru

  • Llamas - dressed to impress, Peru

    Llamas - dressed to impress, Peru

  • Plaza de Armas, Cusco at night, Peru

    Plaza de Armas, Cusco at night, Peru

  • The white stone cathedral facade, Arequipa, Peru

    The white stone cathedral facade, Arequipa, Peru

  • Larcomar in Miraflores, Lima, Peru

    Larcomar in Miraflores, Lima, Peru

  • Birds, birds, birds... The Ballestas Islands, Paracas, Peru

    Birds, birds, birds... The Ballestas Islands, Paracas, Peru

  • Vicuñas, Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reserve, Peru

    Vicuñas, Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reserve, Peru

  • Las Pocitas Beach, Mancora

    Las Pocitas Beach, Mancora

Machu Picchu is world famous, but one of many exciting experiences in Peru

Peru is one of the most welcoming and fascinating countries in Latin America with excellent accommodation options and arguably the most charming and professional service in the continent.

Machu Picchu is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World and a must for anyone that has not visited before. We can help you discover the ruins of this magnificent citadel with your own private guide who will bring the amazing history of the Inca civilisation to life.

But the country has a plethora of other sights and experiences to suit everyone. From ‘luxury treks’ in dramatic mountain scenery to cycling in the Sacred Valley or horse riding in the Colca Canyon there are no shortage of activity-based options. Or perhaps you want to take a flight over the enigmatic Nazca Lines, ride the Andean Explorer train up to Lake Titicaca, explore the quaint cobbled streets, squares and colonial churches of Cusco or the museums and art galleries of Lima. And after a busy itinerary, what better way to relax for a few days than in a beach hideaway?

Peru is also a gourmet’s paradise with its fusion cuisine now being more widely appreciated. We can offer culinary trips that take in not just the main sights – but also the best restaurants and foodie experiences in the country. You will certainly not go hungry in Peru – just be prepared to put on a few extra pounds!

Jungle Paradise

Many people do not associate Peru with the jungle, but more than 60% of the land area is tropical lowland rainforest forming part of the Amazon basin. Indeed, the mighty Amazon itself has its source and major tributaries arising in the Peruvian highlands.

The forest here is ecologically very rich and home to an astonishingly diverse range of animal species. Pink dolphins, giant river otters, piranhas, caimans, monkeys, huge lizards and of course hundreds of birds of different colours, shapes and sizes all live in these areas and our expert naturalists can help you see the wildlife for yourself.

Take a short introductory trip with the family to an eco-lodge in the southern Peruvian jungle or treat you and you loved one to an exclusive and luxurious expedition cruise in the north of the country: the choice is yours.

With so much to see and do in Peru it is hard to fit everything in, but we can tailor a trip-of-a-lifetime for you to suit your requirements and preferences.

To discover more about Peru and the broad variety of experiences it offers, give us a call or send us a message.

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