Magnificent Peru sightseeing tour up the Amazon River and Inca Trail, Peru a South American jewel within the ruins of Machu Picchu, the magnificent Andes Mountains, the new Amazon River and the unique Inca Trail.
Holidaymakers flocked to Peru for the spectacular scenery, exciting mountain ranges and unique history and packed full of fun.
The Magnificent Peru Sightseeing Tour up the Amazon River And Inca Trail has to be on your bucket list!!
Climb the mountains of Cordillera Blanca or track through the Amazon Jungle for the holiday of a lifetime with Private Tour.
While the Macchu Picchu and Cusco ranges are only two of the locations where the Incas built many dwellings, buildings, and icons to the gods that are still standing in all their glory after hundreds of years.
While other native tribes left many ruins in this vast region, the Incas were undoubtedly masters at their craft.
For something a bit different please visit Puno, the entertainment of this city is brilliant and not only during their annual parade Virgen de la Candelaria, where the locals get all colourful in their traditional wear, and the drinking is infamous, it is an all year round festival feeling. Read More...
The capital Lima (once known as Itchymah) is one of the 25 regions of Peru is a must see when you travel to this area. The overwhelming Geoglyphs etched in the desert displaying images of animals, birds and an unusually shaped man (the Astronaut) Take a private cultural tour of Arequipa to see some of the fantastic sites for yourself.
Without a doubt, Peru is a country with lots to offer, with a guided Tour you choose how you want your trip to go as seen in our top 10 must-see places below. A real once in a lifetime holiday there is so much to see and do in Peru that you will want to come back for more and more.
The Huacachina oasis in the south-west region is a perfect place to unwind and relax and even do a bit of sand surfing if you dare!! Launching in 2017 is the new and exciting Sleeper Train which will take you on a journey through the highest rail routes in the world.
Try and visit Cusco as well, With a private tour, you will see that Cusco is at the centre of the indigenous Quechua culture of the Andes, taking a walk around the streets is like stepping back in time as you can see the real Cusco spread at your feet.
Top 10 Things to Do in Peru
is a fascinating city full of history and beautiful sites with its Cathedrals and palaces dating way back to colonial times. Take a stroll around the city or relax and have a refreshment at the many beach front hotels while you take a break from shopping or watch the world go by. Ranked in the top 5 cities to see in the Caribbean and Latin America Lima will not let you down. With Private Tour visit Lima.
With Private Tour visit Macchu Picchu,
it is a privilege as you will see on your visit to this spectacular, awe-inspiring place. It is one of the most popular places to visit on the planet. Discovered in the 1900’s Macchu Picchu remains somewhat of a mystery as archaeologists are still unlocking its treasures to discover why this magnificent city was so suddenly abandoned.
The Inca Trial
Discover without a doubt one of the most sought after trips on the planet, The Inca Trail. With Private Tour discover the delights of this two, four or five-day trip taking in the breathtaking scenery and once in a lifetime experience. See the famous ruins, cloud forests and landscapes that will make you wonder how this whole land can give any more. Little settlements are spotted along the Trail;
It is believed that the Geoglyphs at Nazca Lines were impressed into the desert between 500 BC and 500 AD, and they depict various living creatures birds and the famous Astronaut Man. Only a short flight away these monumental works of art can only be appreciated from the air. With a Private Tour, small planes can take you on this once in a lifetime trip to see what can only be viewed as the remarkable Geoglyphs of Nazca Lines.
The Andes (Piura District)
Moving away from the frozen peaks of the Andes and heading to the beautiful beaches of Peru’s Piura District enjoy its untouched shores and laze about in the tropical climate with its beautiful hotels and fabulous restaurants serving an eclectic mix of delicious food. Take in the newly modern surfing in the area, and the exciting new attraction in this district. Private Tour can help you to soak in all that Piura has to offer.
Lake Titicaca was known by folklore as the birthplace of the sun with its vast lake that is considered very sacred by the locals. It is one of the biggest lakes in South America and home to the Uru people who reside on magnificent floating islands still immersed in the old ways of life. They still plant and harvest crops by hand, and the local women can be seen working in traditional bowler hats and petticoats.
Private Tour introduces you to Haucachina the outstanding oasis set on the southwest coast of Peru. The lagoon is one of the most serenely beautiful places on earth. It is the top destination for sand boarding an unusual but excellent sports whether you want to be a spectator or want to give is a go. Take a buggy or a four wheel drive ride with Private Tour up and down the dunes at speeds that will blow you away.
To be launched in time for the summer season of 2017 is a must-do for all visitors to this region. Imagine chugging along one of the highest rail routes in work it offers holiday goers a unique experience to see the sights of Lake Titicaca, Arequipa
, and Cusco
to name but a few destinations.
The unique Larco Museum a privately owned museum located in the Lima district of Peru has one of the largest collection of pre-Columbian Art and is famously known for its collection of erotic pottery and Mochica Headdresses. With vast collections from Roa and Carranza, this museum is a must see for any historian and curious person alike. With Private Tour visit the Gallery Shop sells reproductions of ceramics, metal works, and textile.
Come and see the breathtaking citadel that is Saksaywaman with Private Tour based on the northern region of the city of Cusco
this is the actual historical birthplace of the Inca Empire. It is said that areas of this magnificent structure were built around, the 1100’s by the Killke People and this area was expanded by the Inca’s sometime around the 13th century.