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"Three weeks exploring the highlights of Peru, Ecuador & The Galapagos was the holiday of a lifetime. Every expectation was met and attention to detail adhered to. Thank you so much!"P. & S. B, 2012

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Peru Holidays

From the spectacular Inca ruins of Machu Picchu and the shimmering waters of Lake Titicaca to the lush rainforest of the Amazon basin, the huge diversity of Peru’s attractions will never cease to enchant and enthuse the visitor. From a natural history perspective this country still has so much to offer as so much of its vast swathes of jungle still remain unexplored whilst much of the mighty Andes range has yet to reveal all its secrets.


Arequipa

Cusco

Lake Titicaca & Puno

Lima

Machu Picchu

Nazca Lines & Paracas National Reserve

Sacred Valley of the Incas

The Amazon Rainforest

The Colca Canyon

The Inca Trail

Trujillo & Chiclayo

Casa Andina Private Collection - Arequipa

Libertador – Arequipa

La Casona, Cusco

Monasterio Hotel, Cusco

Aranwa Boutique Hotel, Cusco

Libertador – Palacio del Inka, Cusco

Casa Cartagena, Cusco

Casa Andina Private Collection – Puno

Posadas del Inca - Puno

Libertador – Lake Titicaca Hotel

Casa Andina Private Collection – Suasi Island

Titilaka

The Country Club Lima Hotel

Miraflores Park, Lima

Libertador Hotel, Lima

Casa Andina Private Collection - Lima (Miraflores)

Sanctuary Lodge (beside Machu Picchu)

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel (Aguas Calientes)

Sumaq Hotel (Aguas Calientes)

El MaPi Hotel (Aguas Calientes)

Hotel Majoro – Nazca

La Hacienda Bahia - Paracas

Sol Y Luna, Sacred Valley

Rio Sagrado, Sacred Valley

Casa Adina Private Collection - Sacred Valley

Reserva Amazonica (Tambopata Region)

Refugio Amazonas (Tambopata Reserve)

Hacienda Concepcion (Tambopata Reserve)

Manu Wildlife Centre Lodge (Manu Biosphere Reserve)

 

Description

Culturally Peru is the richest and most important of all South American countries boasting a well documented and fascinating history dating from Pre-Columbian times through the remarkable Incan empire to the Spanish colonisation and the present day.

On account of its extraordinary range of habitats, Peru’s natural flora and fauna is arguably the most diverse on the planet with a staggering variety of wildlife living within its oceans, mountains and jungles.

In the Shadow of the Incas; from £2,770pp

Empires & Andes; from £2,777pp

The Highlights of Peru; from £3,462pp

Ancient Cultures; from £3,648pp

ESSENTIAL INFO

PERU

WHEN TO GO

The dry season from April to November is generally considered the best time to visit.

VISAS

A visa is not required for UK passport holders.

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

No mandatory vaccinations are required.

TIME DIFFERENCE

GMT - 5 Hours

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