From the chiselled glacial peaks of the Andes, giant sand dunes of coastal deserts to the thick tropical rainforest of the Peruvian Amazon, it is easy to understand why Peru’s potential for adventure is truly staggering.
A visit to Peru wouldn’t be complete without exploring the ruins of Machu Picchu or navigating the reflective still waters of Lake Titicaca. Boasting the world’s highest accessible tropical mountain range, as well as one of the best conserved areas of the Amazon rainforest, Peru is home to an abundance of diverse wildlife from dazzling macaws, howler monkeys to magnificent jaguars skulking in the jungle.
Lima, Peru’s capital, boasts some lovely Spanish-colonial architecture, impressive museums with priceless ceramics and some of the finest textiles in the world, and an energetic nightlife. Offering a variety of exotic tastes to appeal to inquisitive palates, Lima’s vibrant dining scene could certainly tag it as one of the world’s culinary hotspots.