UNESCO World Heritage Site

Attractions & Activities In Machu Picchu


The Lost City of the Incas was created at the height of the Inca Empire around 1450, and was later abandoned during the time of the Spanish Conquest. Most accounts say it was “lost” for the following three centuries, but locals were very much aware of its presence. It was the rest of the world who were oblivious. That is, up until 1911, when it was “rediscovered” by American explorer Hiram Bingham.

In 1983, UNESCO designated Machu Picchu a World Heritage Site, describing its setting as “the scenically most attractive mountainous territory of the Peruvian Andes.” High praise, and indeed, it could be argued that even if there were no ruins to see, the setting, scenery and cloud forest ecology would make this a worthy destination regardless.

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Savor through Peru`s best flavors on a customized gastronomic tour of Peru

Savoring Peru’s Culinary Treasures


Peruvian cuisine has been made famous by the likes of world renowned Peruvian chefs Gaston Acurio and Virgilio Martinez, and in recent memory Peru has been consistently ranked…

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Embark on a private Peru tour to hike the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Crossroads of History


Venture into the heart of the ancient Inca Empire as you challenge yourself to complete the epic and world-famous Inca Trail. Tramp along the very same trails …

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Experience the magic of the sky lodge suites in the Sacred Valley on a personalized luxury Peru tour

Peru Adventure Tour


Regal mountains loom over a fertile valley that follows an ancient river, which could tell you many colorful stories of Inca glory and downfall, when you get close enough to really listen.

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