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The perception of travel to Peru 15 years ago was that Cusco and Machu Picchu were the only must-see destinations in the country. While we'll always recommend experiencing these iconic sites of Peru, more visitors are taking advantage of experiencing the lesser-known corners of the country.
With Peru's increased safety and growing economy the last 25 years, there's more to explore now than ever. From travels to the remote Kuelap Fortress and Gocta Falls to experiencing an Amazon eco Lodge of Peru in Puerto Maldonado or Iquitos, there's an adventure in Peru for every type of traveler.
Since our founding three decades ago, our Lima, Peru Travel Agency has been developing supplier relationships throughout Peru to give our clients unforgettable experiences. Whether venturing on a trek to the Inca or Salkantay Trail or indulging in a luxury train ride from Arequipa to Cusco, our travel advisers have a recommendation for every corner of Peru. Which part of Peru would you like to explore?
Many travelers to Peru are surprised that that the Peruvian Amazon region encompasses over 60% of the country. The cultural diversity and biodiversity make the Amazon jungle region unlike any other. Begin your journey from the major entry points of either Iquitos or Puerto Maldonado before venturing to an Amazon eco lodge deep in the jungle. From birdwatching to Amazon kayaking excursions , Peru jungle tours span the gambit. Choose from a quick Amazon escape after your Machu Picchu itinerary or an intensive Amazon stay. Get started with a Dargui travel adviser now.
The Andes cut through the center of Peru and offer the most iconic destinations. With striking mountain landscapes, this is where Peru's most visited destinations of Cusco, Puno and Arequipa are located. From Peru luxury tours via train to Cusco adventure tours and treks of the Salkantay Trail, Inca Trail there are many ways to experience the Peruvian highlands.. A travel adviser at our Lima Travel Agency can also help you blend luxury with adventure so your journey has the best of both worlds. Get started with an adviser now.
Lima is the giant city on the Pacific coast where nearly a third of Peruvians call home. While we recommend taking your time in Lima, other unique destinations dot the Peruvian coastline. Fascinating locations like the mysterious Nazca Lines, the Ballestas Islands, archaeological sites at Trujillo and Chiclayo, and more are worth the time to explore. In addition, our favorite beaches in Tumbes and Mancora offer superb lodging right on the Pacific. These are destinations in their own right or can make perfect additions to your travels after your Cusco and Machu Picchu itinerary.