Peru: Where Ancient and Modern Thrive

Peru is a a mix of old and new set in a landscape that ranges from rocky beaches to the lush Amazon rainforest. The mix of influences from native peoples to Spanish colonialists creates a rich culture or dining and cuisine in Latin America. After you have sampled the delicious food,  you can learn to surf, trek through a rainforest, camp in the desert and then visit culture-filled cities. Peru is an adventure for the senses.

Machu Pichu

So well hidden that the Conquistadors never found it, today you can choose from a few different hiking trails to reach this iconic Incan royal retreat.

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Trover photo by Lara Croft

Peru Amazon Basin

One of the most biologically diverse environments in the world with unimaginable flora and fauna.

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Trover photo by Stavros and Jen

Maras Salt Mines

Located in the sacred Valley of the Incas, these salt mines have been in use since ancient times.

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Trover photo by Misha Zavoico

Cuzco, Peru

Historic capital of the Incas, this city is how a trending hot destination for world travelers.

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Trover photo by Cyndi Chebator

Lima, Peru

Discover amazing food, learn to surf, or dance to great music. Whatever your choice, Lima is rich cultural treat.

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Trover photo by Sarah Pfennig