Peru is one of South America’s most popular countries. The Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu is easily the biggest attraction, followed by heaps of other trekking options in the beautiful Andes Mountains. Peru’s rich cultural heritage boasts endless Inca archaeological sites, peeking out from underneath the churches and houses of stunning colonial towns while others are tucked away in the snowy Andes mountains. It’s all here waiting to be discovered!
Peru’s most traditional and coveted Inca Trail Trek takes you along the original hand-built stone footpath of Inca royalty, leading you to the Sun Gate at Machu Picchu. While the Lares Trek immerses you in Andean culture with fascinating insights into authentic Inca villages. This uniquely cultural trek allows you to watch farmers shepherding their llamas at the base of snow capped mountains. The Salkantay Trek is a challenging and beautifully scenic trek along a less-frequented route in the pristine landscapes of the majestic Andes mountain range.
The Machu Picchu Jungle Adventure is a heart stopping experience, perfect for adrenaline junkies. Why not bike down a 3,000 meter mountain, and trek through the Andean jungle, even visit the local Peruvian communities. This gives you a truly unique way of reaching Machu Picchu. Reach great heights on the Sacred Valley Trek and enjoy unbelievable panoramic views of the Sacred Valley, with some of the most magnificent Inca archaeological sites in Peru.
Maybe trekking isn’t for you, and we totally get it! But fear not, you can also reach Machu Picchu by train on a one or two-day trip on the exciting Peruvian Railway from Ollantaytambo. The Sacred Valley of the Incas is home to a variety of Inca communities and dotted by ancient archaeological sites and agricultural terraces.
In Peru, Cuzco is without a doubt the most popular and touristic city. It was known by the Incas as the navel of the world, and the capital of the Inca Empire. It’s also an adventure-lover’s dream, with tons of activities ranging from trekking, 4×4 motorbiking, bungy jumping, white-water rafting, zip-lining and mountain biking. Where do we sign up?
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