This program was created for those, who don´t have much time and would love to explore beautiful Peru.
Many of us prefer to be sporty, active and achieve as much as posible. That also reflects the way of travels.
This option is for those, who want to see the most important sights of Peru within short time and have a couple of days in a Amazon Jungle to explore nature with its flora and fauna.
Above majestatic Cusco and Machu Picchu we have a deep blue Lake Titicaca with its native people and folklor. .
If you are hungry for exploring and want to visit as many places as posible as you like a little bit of everything and don´t have too much time this program is great for you.
How about having all the interesting sights to visit in Peru on the way plus a little bit of left out north of Peru with incredible remains of pre-incas Moche Culture and chilling out in cristal clear and warm water of Pacific
Colonial Peru with every single worthseeing sights on the south part of this magnificent country plus lots of nature and cultural experiences on the way.
How about Amazon Jungle, desert of Ica region, the highest navigatable lake in the world - Titicaca or the deepest canion in the world - Colca?
You have nearly three weeks and want to see almost everything what is posible in Peru. As everybody likes to force himself to achieve the best memorable experiences in South America, we like to add something extra.
Living your dreams of seeing the most impressive ruins in a history of humankind and also many wonders of nature plus lots of activities on the way – this is your 19-day-long journey around Peru. You will get such a contrastic experiences from insanity on the Ica deserted dunes, throught romantic scenery on top of the Amantani Island on Lake Titicaca, finishing on climbing the most scenery trek in the world – Camino Inka to magnificent Machu Picchu. Are you ready?
The Inti Raymi “Festival of the Sun”) was a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in honor of the God Sun, one of the most venerated gods in Inca religion. According to chronicler Garcilazo de la Vega, Sapa Inca Pachacuti created the Inti Raymi to celebrate the winter solstice and a new year in the Andes of the Southern Hemisphere. During the Inca Empire, the Inti Raymi was the most important of four ceremonies celebrated in Cusco. The celebration took place in the Wakaypata or the main plaza in Cusco city.