Considered one of South America most exciting and varied nations, Peru offers the curious adventurer a wealth of possibilities.
Take a step back in time as you walk through the cobblestone streets of Cuzco or visit a traditional community in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. In fact, the remains of Peru’s past are everywhere. From the ancient northern kingdom of Sipan to the southern civilisation of the Inca, Peru’s history is embedded in its people’s traditions.
Fly over the mysterious Nazca lines, see Andean condors soaring over the Colca Canyon or witness the mesmerizing sunsets of the Amazon or Lake Titicaca. We guarantee that your holiday to Peru will be unforgettable.
– The dry season in the Peruvian Highlands is from April to November, as a result, shoulder season including April, May, September, and October is optimal for fair weather and fewer people.
– The summer months of December to March are warmer but wetter, with the Inca Trail closed in February.
– Every 24 June the Inti Raymi Inca festival takes place in Cuzco and it attracts national and international crowds. It is for this reason that we recommend early bookings.
– The Amazon is an all year round destination but check here for more information for when to travel.
– Hike through the forest to discover one of the world’s highest single-drop waterfalls, the magnificent Gocta Falls.
– The Royal Tombs of Sipan Museum in Chiclayo with an unsurpassed collection of Moche artifacts is a must for history buffs.
– Ride a cable car to the extraordinary ruins of Kuelap, constructed by the fierce Chachapoya civilisation.
– Choquequirao is a fantastic trekking alternative to the Inca Trail with stunning scenery and a fraction of the visitors that Machu Picchu receives.
– Experience the ultra-modern fusion cuisine Lima – visit a local market, try a cooking class or indulge at one of the world’s top restaurants.