The best of the best, come and visit Peru and dazzle yourself with the magic and history of Peru.
In this program you will visit Lima, Arequipa, Puno and Cusco. With the best accessible Travel Agency in Peru. All accessible equipment, transportation and personal will be provided by the company. Making this trip the best of your life.
In this program you will visit the most representative places of Peru. We will visit the 3 times crowned city of the Kings “Lima” which is the capital of Peru. We will visit the historical center of the city, its beautiful architecture, mansions, mansions and squares that are part of the history of the country.
We will visit Arequipa at the foot of the imposing snow-capped Misti volcano. The beautiful architecture made of volcanic stone and white salt stone honor the name of “The white city”. We will cross the valley of the volcanoes and pampa galeras where we will be able to appreciate all the high Andean fauna such as vicuñas, llamas and alpacas in their wild state. Finally we will be able to visit one of the deepest and longest canyons in the world, the Colca Canyon. Here we will be able to meet and see the imposing high Andean condor, a beautiful bird of more than 3 meters long with an impressive black and white plumage, simply the King of the high Andean skies.
After this tour we will travel through the Andes to the city of Puno to visit the highest navigable lake in the world “Lake Titicaca” we will meet ancient nomadic communities such as the UROS who live on floating islands in the middle of the lake, as well as the residents of one of the islands in the lake, the island of Taquile. After all this experience we will board the train to the capital of the Inca empire “Cusco”.
In Cusco we will appreciate its beautiful mix of Hispanic and Inca architecture, visit archaeological complexes lost in time but that show us the greatness of the Inca empire, to finally visit the jewel in the crown “Machu Picchu” one of the modern wonders of the world. How the Incas came to build such a city on top of such rugged mountains?