Know Peru

In Peru we have a variety of tourist sites can walk with Our units ; Here we detail a few.


The Colca Valley, located in the north-eastern end of the Arequipa region, covers an area of ​​11 990.24 square kilometers and is the second deepest canyon in the world (after the Cotahuasi Canyon) at a depth of 4,150 meters.
There are 14 communities staggered along the length of the Colca Valley, each one full of life and color. At the Cross of The Condor, the road passes along the edge of the canyon. Experiences from previous visitors to this famous view point indicate that the panoramic view is nothing less than "spectacular". From the mighty Colca River running far below at a depth of 1,200 meters, to the perpetual snow-capped summits of the opposite side of the canyon which rise to a height of 3,100 meters providing the perfect backdrop to the majestic flight of the condors.


Uros Island is one of Lake Titicaca’s most famous islands, located 4 km from the port of Puno. At a staggering 3,812 m.a.s.l. the lake is home to 40 islands of “totora” cattail (a kind cattail or rush that grows in the marshlands of South America).
The floating islands of the Uros are a set of promontories made of “totora”, the reeds that grow on the surface of the lake. The islands are built over a portion of the surface of Lake Titicaca. Its inhabitants, the Uros, are an ancient people who are currently found on the Collao plateau and in Peru on the floating islands in the bay of Puno.


Cusco is located in the southeastern part of the country, covering areas of mountains and jungle, located at an altitude of about 3,360 meters above sea level.
There is no simple way to describe the majesty that represents Cusco. This region combines Combining history, modernity and adventure with a mystique that surrounds and permeates Cusco’s main square and also reaches to the farthest corner of its immense territory. Fill yourself with energy in Moray, discover the impressive architecture of Ollantaytambo and Pisac and feel a little closer to heaven in the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. And not only that: the navel of the world is also full of contemporary art and a sizzling nightlife from Monday to Sunday.


Hidden from the passage of time and entangled in the spell of the jungle and mountains, Machu Picchu holds the mystery of a legendary empire within its labyrinth of stone walls and passages. Archaeological wonder of Peru and the world, considered by UNESCO as a "Cultural Heritage" site and recently voted "New Wonder of the World" Machu Picchu invites us to explore its intricate and spectacular architecture and solve one of the greatest mysteries in the history of Peru: the empire of the Incas. Located on the left bank of the Vilcanota River in the gorge of Kusichaca, this spectacular constrution is set on the top of Machu Picchu mountain, which in Quechua means "Old Mountain". Opposite the imposing summit of Huayna Picchu or “Young Mountain”. Both are bathed by the raging Urubamba River. The most striking aspect of the archeological complex is that it harmoniously complements the natural surrounding environment, an effect rarely seen in other works created by man.


Along the coast of the Pacific Ocean some 450 kilometers south of the Peruvian Capitol of Lima, are the ingenious plains of Nazca, Palpa and Socos where these lines are drawn on the ground.
With a width varying between 40 and 210 centimeters, thousands of lines can be found in the region covering an area of 520 square kilometers with some even extending to an area of ​​800 square kilometers.
The lengths of the lines vary with some extending up to 275 meters long.
Within their structures the Nazca Lines contain something of myth and legend as many people claim that they were made by beings from other planets, revealing the majesty and precision of their designs; these lines can best be appreciated by airplane on a magical flight that left will leave you amazed by such charms.


The Ballestas Islands are a group of islands near the city of Pisco, in Peru. Composed of rock formations with abundant marine fauna including guano birds like the Guanay, the Booby and the Tendril, which are found mainly on the North, Central and South Ballestas Islands each with an estimated surface area of 0.12 km².
Located 260 kilometers from Lima, the Ballestas Islands are half an hour off the coast of Paracas and can be reached from the city of Ica via an hour ride by car plus a 30 minute ride by boat. The Ballestas Islands are a stunning setting where you can closely observe sea lions, Humboldt penguins, starfish and a diversity of birds like the common Booby and the Turkey Vulture.
Visiting these islands is simply incredible. As you listen to the cries of the packs of sea lions, you get the impression of being surrounded by these animals practically 360 degrees, resulting in a unique and incomparable aural experience.