Destinations Worth Experiencing
There are several locations all across the Peruvian Andes mountain range for you to experience your next adventure! Let’s start a conversation about how we can make your dreams of visiting Peru into a reality that you can get excited about!
Cusco City is the most popular tourist destination in Peru. It lies amidst a panorama of exceptional Andean landscape. The city is characterized by much pre-Columbian construction. The massive stone walls erected by the Inca formed the foundation of colonial and post-colonial settlement here. There are many sites to see in the city, churches, museums, ruins, plazas, but more importantly, Cusco is the gateway to the wonders of the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu.
With a private guide, private cook, private porters Using campsites that the big groups do not use; typically we are alone in campsites. Starting a half-day behind the big groups so we are hiking alone, not with crowds. Also with high quality of guiding, personalized attention, superior quality food, tents, and sleeping bags included.
Trek to the ruins of one of Peru´s most impressive Inca sites. Choquequirao is as impressively located as its more famous sister city Machu Picchu, but this route through the remote Vilcabamba triangle has been traveled by few trekkers, guaranteeing our travelers a sense of discovery, after a journey through spectacular scenery and a vivid regional history.
A historical revival of the celebration held by the Incas on the June winter solstice and was faithfully reconstructed in Quechua from the Spanish chronicles by a group of Cusco intellectuals in 1944, who chose the 24th because it was already a holiday in honor of the Peruvian peasant class.
Access to the region is gained by a scenic 9-hour train ride across the Andean altiplano from Cusco, as well as by plane. We can custom build a tour of 3-12 days of Lake Titicaca in Peru and/or Bolivia from the following excursions, offered on a daily basis.
Scientists know the far western lowland forests of the Amazon basin, found in Peru, as the “green paradise” of the Amazon. Here we can find the greatest diversity of flora and fauna known on the planet. Within this region there exist some areas of such exceptional diversity that the Government has conferred “reserve” status. The Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve, in Peru’s Department of Loreto, is a magnificent example. The reserve was organized in 1991 to protect breeding range of the rare red uakari monkey. Subsequent scientific research, much of it done by scientists of the University of Florida, has established the reserve as having one of the world’s richest diversity of life.