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The rich diversity of tradition, adventure and mystery makes Peru a fascinating country to visit.
There is something for everyone and so much more than you were looking for…. discover lush national parks of the vast Amazon Jungle, stroll around Sacsayhuaman and back down through the delightful stoned streets of Cuzco, enjoy an overnight stay with local Indian families on Lake Titicaca. Watch in awe the condors flight overhead at Colca Canyon, the deepest canyon in the world, found not far from Misti Volcano, in Arequipa. The mystery of the Nazca lines will leave you still wondering as you hike the famous Inca Trail. Or maybe take the stunning train journey to Aguas Calientes to visit Machu Picchu the 8th wonder of the world or instead trek one of the many other trails through the Peruvian Andes with their untouched tranquil mountain lakes and high passes. Meet the local people still living their rich culture with their homes set amongst breathtaking views of snow-capped Andean peaks rising to just under 6,000 meters
Cultural connoisseurs will love exploring ancient Inca ruins, rural villages and fascinating markets. Lovers of adventure sports will need extra days with options for white water rafting, cycling, hiking and horseriding. Nature lovers will be stunned at the diversity of wildlife stretching from the Amazon Jungle to the coastal Ballestas Islands. there is indeed something for everyone and so much more than you were looking for!
Machu Picchu has for nearly a century intrigued archaeologists and visitors alike. Perched atop a steep, emerald green peak 8,000 feet high in the Andes in southern Peru, we come upon it from afar at the sungate in the afternoon and descend into its majesty, peacefully at this time when almost all visitors have left. Our tour of the site takes place early on the second morning and we have hours to appreciate it and climb the Huayna Picchu for an different view from this peak that rises vertically above it and is also adorned with Inca stonework at its peak.
SAS is highly recommended for their guides professional and passionate explanations of culture while exploring ancient Inca ruins, ecosensitive trekking through rural villages and fascinating insights into the life of the Sacred Valley and its bustling colourful markets of Pisac and Chincheros.