Peru rewards you with lush rainforests, spectacular mountains, and the architectural enigmas of the Incas. Not to mention thousands of vibrant festivals, lively towns and messages to visitors from outer space.
Standing on the edge of the spectacular Colca Canyon you may have a moment of revelation. This canyon is so large and high that you may not be able to comprehend its true scale. Until your guide points out that the tiny birds soaring effortlessly beneath you are, in fact, huge Andean Condors.
The ancient colonial streets of Cusco are no less impressive, but in a different way. And Machu Picchu exists just to take your breath away – with its beautiful setting in the midst of sub-tropical rainforest and buildings dating from the height of the Inca empire.
Ask Sara Willis – one of our Peru experts – to create you a tailor-made itinerary and you could be in the land of the Incas, canoeing along Amazonian tributaries, or discovering the majestic mountains and secret ruins of the North. You could immerse yourself in any of the 3,000 spectacularly colourful local festivals, explore Abancay - the Valley of the White Lilies – or walk, in wonder, along the site of the ancient Nazca lines. Were they really a message to visitors from outer space?
Sara may be able to help you find the answer.
Not sure where to start? Here's one of our recommendations
A tour of Peru's most specacular sights including Cusco, Machu Picchu, Arequipa and the condors of Colca Canyon, and Lake Titicaca.Read more
A journey of discovery, combining the ancient Inca strongholds of Cusco and Machu Picchu with the extraordinary natural wonders of Darwin’s ‘enchanted isles’ - the Galapagos.Read more
Staying in Peru's finest mountain lodges, this trekking experience takes you past vast river valleys, soaring green mountains, and of course to the unforgettable scene of Machu Picchu- the Lost City of the Incas.Read more
Bolivia remains largely unexplored by visitors. This journey unlocks the secrets of this isolated country high in the Andes.Read more
Join our Charity Open Challenge trek to Machu Picchu in 2013 and raise money for your chosen charity.Read more
From rafting on the Urubamba River to mountain biking in the Sacred Valley and canoeing in the Amazon.Read more
An extensive itinerary where you can take in the breathtaking beauty and unique landscapes of Chile, Bolivia and Peru.Read more
Hotels & Lodges of Peru
In the swirling bustle of an Inca capital; a quiet, ultimately stylish, 16th century boutique hotel.Read more
Enjoy the bustle of an ancient Inca capital, then step back into the cool shade of a palace.Read more
The perfect place to explore the banks and waters of Lake Titicaca – stylish, modern accommodation included.Read more
To really experience the Andes, stay in a hotel within its deepest and most spectacular canyon.Read more
Experience the true flavour of the Andes – Inca ruins, a Sacred Valley and modern Peru-style luxury.Read more
A quiet, tranquil setting, in the middle of one of Peru’s most popular international visitor destinations.Read more
If Machu Picchu is your destination, Tambo del Inka presents a singularly stylish way to arrive.Read more
Become part of the astonishing Amazonian forest system – whilst enjoying a touch of eco-sensitive luxury.Read more
Choose one of Casa Andina’s impressive stone suites and you’ll be staying in a castle, Peruvian-style.Read more
Superbly luxurious hotel in the heart of fashionable Lima – and wait till you see the view.Read more
A stylish chance to immerse yourself in the art, culture, heritage and social life of Lima.Read more
If Machu Picchu is a must-see, then this luxury, cloud forest hotel is a definite must-stay.Read more
If you want to stay right beside ancient Machu Picchu, then there is only one choice.Read more
The best way to discover the bio-diversity of Peru? Stay in the heart of the rainforest.Read more
An irresistible stopping place in a tranquil valley that was once sacred to the Inca civilisation.Read more
A large, first class central Miraflores hotel that understands painting, sculpture and the art of relaxation.Read more
From a palace and monastery to ta palatial Monasterio – the most historic place to stay in Cusco.Read more
Stay in a palace in central Cusco – surrounded by historic sites, temple, cathedral, museums, galleries, restaurants….Read more
The amenities may be 21st century, but some of the walls date back to the Incas.Read more
River cruising and train journeys
Belmond's (Orient Express) Hiram Bingham train, is the most luxurious way to journey between Cusco and Machu Picchu.Read more
Reach the remote parts of the Amazon and simply cruise right up to its astonishing wildlife.Read more
Wildlife, birdlife, on an Amazonian river cruise it often seems as if all life is here.Read more
A cruise like no other. The riverboat M/V El Delfin offers an alternative way of exploring the Amazon basin in Peru.Read more