Cosmopolitan Cuzco (also Cusco, or Qosq’o in Quechua) thrives with a measure of contradiction. Ornate cathedrals squat over Inca temples, massage hawkers ply the narrow cobblestone passages, a rural Andean woman feeds bottled water to her pet llama while the
Lima is one of those interesting cities that one wishes to stay forever. The weather is good, the food is awesome, the people are friendly, it has lots of fun activities to engage in and is next to the sea.
When it comes to nature and wildlife in Peru, the Amazon Rainforest is the place to be. The lush rainforest covers nearly two-thirds of the country, but is home to only 5 percent of its population. Adventurous travelers can explore
For you travelers with time and historical hunger. The southern part of Peru has much to offer. Beautiful national park of Paracas with his rich wildlife. Flying over the famous Nazca Lines.