Discover the majestic beauty of Cusco, Peru, where ancient history and vibrant culture come to life. Explore breathtaking landscapes, engage with friendly locals, and immerse yourself in the rich history of this enchanting city. With its captivating architecture, delicious cuisine, and endless adventure, Cusco is an enchanting introduction to the Andean culture and a perfect jumping point for both Machu Pichu and the Sacred Valley. It is a destination that offers a unique blend of history, culture, and adventure that will leave you with unforgettable memories and a newfound appreciation for the beauty of the world.
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Marvel at the vibrant natural colors of the stunning Rainbow Mountain Trek. Experience a rare opportunity to interact with the local Quechuan people, who are still keeping their beautiful traditional culture alive, as you hike through the breathtaking Andean valley! Experience beautiful snow-capped peaks and glaciers, large herds of alpaca, horses, and birds of prey, all set within an incredibly multicolored mountain range. The Vinicunca region’s colorful sandstone mountain offer a unique landscape you wont find anywhere else in Peru, making it a must see destination in your journey.
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Explore the greatest Inca city
Cusco, the Imperial capital city of the massive Inca Empire of the Incas.
Scattered through the region of Cusco this architectural treasure trove is home to the minority Aymara tribe who, call it “Qusqu” and the many Quechua speaking tribes who call their home “Qosqo”. The ancient language Quechua was the main language of the Incas and is still prevalent in many indigenous communities in the Southwestern parts of the Andes. These communities have mantained ancient forms of living, such as natural farming and the use of llamas and alpacas, with very little influence from modern life. Additionally, they are renowned for their vibrant, traditional garments that they weave.
The central Andes has a wealth of hidden gems waiting to be explored by a curious adventurer. Its mostly known for its world-famous Inca Trail hike to the 7th world wonder, the majestic Machu Picchu Citadel. Also making its presence felt is the newly discovered (only in 2015) Rainbow Mountain. This enourmous peak has striking and vibrant all natural colors that will leave you astonished.
The Inca Empire was the largest empire in pre-Columbian America. They left behind a legacy of most intricate road-networks, which connect every corner of their massive territory. Along the different trails through the Andes are many archeological sites that stand out because of their monumental architecture, innovative agriculture practices and advanced engineering practices. They are known as the most advanced civilization of their time, working with very little tools and building in the most challenging locations in the world. Each trek has its own unique features, ranging from stunning turquoise lakes in Lake Humantay on the Salkantay Trek, to secluded indigenous villages with locals still living a very authentic and ancient lifestyle on the Lares Trek. Challenge your hiking capabilities to the most underrated and hidden archeological site of Choquequirao. This archeological site is 3 times the size of Machu Picchu and more of it is still being excavated from the dense jungle that surrounds it. It has very little annual foot traffic, so there is absolutely nothing touristic about it.
Cuzco is also a breath away from the massive Amazonian Rainforest, which covers over two thirds of the entire country of Peru. This is a great way to connect with nature and experience the most comprehensive bio-diversity in the world. Even though, they are surrounded by mountains, they have a thriving agricultural sector located in the Sacred Valley. This gastronomy capital with fusion and neo-Andean food is usually made from fresh organic local ingredients with a mix of international ingredients.
Modern Cusco´s tourism sector has been the backbone of this region since the 2000´s. It brings in over a million visitors a year and, pre-covid, contributing over $1.2 billion to the national economy. The scale at which tourism is growing in the city, has made large structural changes to its inhabitants. Firstly, it is transitioning from a small city, to something that’s more metropolitan and has also seen growth to its expat community. It has a vibrant nightlife and has modern amenities, like high speed internet, modern apartments etc. A big tourist hub, known for its street markets with inexpensive fresh produce and arts and crafts. The beguiling blend of cobblestone streets, colonial period architecture and that unmistakable Peruvian street spirit, Cusco’s designation as the gateway to the beautiful Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu simply further underscores its enduring popularity.
The Sacred Valley in Peru, also known as Valle Sagrado, is incredible, mind-blowing, magical, and simply unmissable. There are so many amazing things to do in the Sacred Valley, from grand Inca ruins in sprawling Archaeological Parks, snow-capped mountains, salt mines, and hundreds of hiking trails to explore there is no shortage of breathtaking and worthwhile experiences. This tour also includes an exhilirating zip line tour through the Sacred Valley offering stunning panoramic views of snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, and the gently flowing river. This day tour never has a dull moment and we gurantee you will walk away with memories that last a lifetime.
A visit to Rainbow Mountain, known locally as Vinicunca (its Quechua name) or the Montaña de Siete Colores (seven-colored mountain), is an absolute must for all those who love stunning landscapes and gorgeous scenery. Ride ATVs through the spectacular landscape, immerse yourself in the local village’s culture, and hike to the top of the famous Rainbow Mountain for breathtaking panoramic views. Book your tour today for an unforgettable experience.
Discover the magic of Cusco city with out unforgettable day tour! Explore the famous landmarks and hidden gems of this historic city, and immerse yourself in the rich culture and traditions of the Andes. Our expert guides will take you on a journey through time, as you visit the most iconic sites 0f Cusco. From the awe inspiring ruins of Sacsayhuaman to the colorful markets and famous cuisine of San Pedro, you can be sure to witness all the incredible sites of the city. This tour also takes you to the majestic Qoricancha, the most important example of the change from Incan architecture to Spanish colonial architecture. This special tour will be sure to take you to some of the lesser-known spots most tourists miss. Find hidden courtyards, secret alleyways, and local hangouts that will give you a true taste of life in Cusco. Whether you are a history buff, a foodie, or just looking for an adventure, our Cusco city day tour is the perfect way to experience this city. Book your tour now to experience all the city of Cusco has to offer.
The Sacred Valley is vast and stretches for miles with many small indigenous towns, secluded weaving villages, camelid farm, ancient Inca Ruins including Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Moray. SAM Corporations also includes the Salt Mines in Maras which has thousands of saltpans carved into the mountainside. Visit the Terraces of Moray, which are built in the form of an amphitheater and have different temperatures at each level to grow different crops. We end the tour at the fascinating and imposing site of Ollantaytambo, a truly impressive Inca ruin! This day tour is perfect for anyone wanting to learn the rich culture and history of the Incan people and the time they ruled Peru. Book your tour now to make unforgettable memories.
Humantay Lake Trek is one of Peru’s most scenic 1 day treks! We drive through the local indigenous villages of Iscuchaca and Limatambo, where you can see Quechua people who are still keeping Inca traditions alive. Take your time hiking up to the lake, enjoying the stunning views of the Andes. The incredibly turquoise lake is situated at the base of the majestic glacier covered Salkantay Mountain Range. The views are absolutely breathtaking! As you hike, you’ll learn about the local flora and fauna, and our guide will share their knowledge of the area’s geology and history. You’ll also have the chance to see local wildlife, including llamas and alpaca. Don’t wait-book your day hike to Humantay Lake today and experience the adventure of a lifetime!
Discover the majestic beauty of Cusco, Peru, where ancient history and vibrant culture come to life. Explore breathtaking landscapes, engage with friendly locals, and immerse yourself in the rich history of this enchanting city. With its captivating architecture, delicious cuisine, and endless adventure, Cusco is an enchanting introduction to the Andean culture and a perfect jumping point for both Machu Pichu and the Sacred Valley. It is a destination that offers a unique blend of history, culture, and adventure that will leave you with unforgettable memories and a newfound appreciation for the beauty of the world.Discover now
The Imperial Capital; Arequipa is one of the busiest tourist epicenters in all of Peru, offering its valleys of scenic beauty and its imposing Andean mountains. Those searching for beautiful sights and adventure should look no further and head to the Colca Canyon, one of the deepest canyons in the world. Visit the Yanahuara district to enjoy breathtaking views of the city and the Mitsi Volcano. Explore and enjoy this beautiful cities stunning landscapes, rich history, and mouth watering cuisine.Discover now
Puno is one of the most important cities on the edge of Titicaca Lake, and is famous for being the most navigable and highest lake of the world. The city is known for its colorful festivals, including the famous Virgen de la Candelaria festival. Learn about the unique way of life of the Uros people and visit their infamous Uros Islands, a group of floating islands made entirely of reeds. Puno is a city that will transport you to another world with its fascinating culure, stunning landscapes, and unique lifestyle.Discover now
A beautiful city in southwest Peru that boasts beautiful wineries, Pisco distilleries, and vast sand dunes. This city of adventure has something to offer around every corner, wether you’re looking for a thriling sandboarding or dune buggy experience, or you want to explore museums with ancient artifacts. Maybe you would like a relaxing evening surrounded by palm trees by a beautiful lagoon at the Huacachina oasis. Or visit the Regional Museum of Ica to learn about the Paracas and Nazca cultures. Read this guide to learn about the fascinating city of Ica, including what to do, best time to visit, where to eat, how to get there and more.Discover now
Puerto Maldonado is a vibrant city located in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. Getting from Cusco to Puerto Maldonado is easy and will be less touristy than other areas. The city is the gateway to some of the most biodiverse and pristine areas of the Amazon, including Tambopata National Reserve and the Manu Biosphere Reserve. Expect to see lush rainforest and exotic animals by hiking, canoeing, and fantastic wildlife tours. Immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting indigenious communities and learn about their traditions and way of life. Puerto Maldonado is a city that will awaken your senses and leave you with unforgettable memories.Discover now
Lima is one of South America’s best kept secrets. Once treated as a stopover by travelers on their way to the famous Machu Picchu, the capital of Peru has always been a vibrant destination in its own right. It’s a mix of modern, and traditional, with colonial architechture, museums, and art galleries. If you are looking for adventure, Lima has plenty to offer, from surfing to paragliding. Refined, elegant, rich in history, and boasting one of the finest gastronomic scenes in the Americas, Peru’s capital city truly deserves to be called the “City of Kings”.Discover now
A city like no other, Iquitos is located in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. This is the largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road, and is known for its vibrant culture, unique architechture, and incredible biodiversity. Visitors can explore the city’s colorful markets, or take a boat ride down the Amazon River to see pink dolphins, capybara, sloths and other exotic wildlife. Iquitos is a prosperous, vibrant jungle metropolis and the northern Amazon Basin’s chief city. Teeming with the usual, inexplicably addictive Amazonian anomalies don’t miss out on the opportunity to discover this hidden gem of Peru and immerse yourself in the wonders of the Amazon.Discover now
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