Perched high upon a ridge, 300 meters above the Urubamba River, it is one of the most dramatic settings of a ruined city anywhere in the world.
The sparkling blue water of Lake Titicaca is surrounded by rolling hills and traditional small villages, offering a mix of beautiful scenery and culture.
The canyon reaches a depth of 3,400 meters and is the result of a seismic fault between two volcanoes. At the base far below is a winding river.
This valley has many Inca ruins worth exploring but is also a peaceful area to spend some time wandering through markets or soaking up local culture.
Moray has several enormous terraces carved into a huge earthen bowl. Each layer has its own micro-climate, according to how deep the bowl it is.
The Plaza de Armas - Also known as the Plaza Mayor, it is the heart of the city, located in its historic district, with streets radiating out in a grid.
Kuelap combines ancient ruins with a cloud forest and the Amazon River. Kuelap is an ancient walled city built by the Chachapoyans.
Cordillera Blanca is a mountain adventurer’s dream, offering hiking, climbing and mountain biking. Located in northern Peru, it has 16 peaks.
Salinas de Maras is located along the slopes of Qaqawiaay mountain. This salt mine is a complex network of nearly 3,000 salt pans.
This vast national park in the Amazon Basin is one of the best places in South America to see a stunning variety of tropical wildlife.
Paracas National Reserve, on Peru’s southern coast, is a desert reserve that occupies most of the Península de Paracas.
The vast adobe city of Chan Chan in Peru was once the largest city in pre-Columbian America. It is estimated that around 60,000 people lived in the city.
Located near Ica, Huacachina is a tiny oasis town surrounding a small natural lake and itself surrounded by towering sand dunes.