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.
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.
Trover photo by Lara Croft
Peru Amazon Basin
One of the most biologically diverse environments in the world with unimaginable flora and fauna.
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.
Trover photo by Misha Zavoico
Historic capital of the Incas, this city is how a trending hot destination for world travelers.
Trover photo by Cyndi Chebator
Discover amazing food, learn to surf, or dance to great music. Whatever your choice, Lima is rich cultural treat.
Trover photo by Sarah Pfennig