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Peru Holidays 2022/23
Peru is often synonymous with the misty peaks and crumbling ruins of Machu Pichu. Whilst the panoramic view of the mountains and the ancient city are a sight to behold, and never forgotten, it is the journey that is a feat, taking as long as four days to complete. With an altitude of 4,000 meters, many people can suffer from altitude sickness but that incredible journey only makes the view and the accomplishment that much sweeter. However, there is so much more to Peru than simply Machu Pichu, there are many other simpler trails that you can take an amazing sight to discover. Deep valleys protect beautiful lakes and lagoons of the purest blue, villages and traditions that have been frozen in time, adorned with the quintessential native Peruvian clothing.
Peru's bustling capital has preserved its Colonial heritage whilst being one of South America’s largest cities. Marvel at lavishly decorated churches and an underground tunnel cemetery overflowing with bones or catacombs, and don't forget to visit the Barranco district to get a feel for its bohemian ambience.
The Peruvian Grand Canyon - this huge magnificent natural wonder in the Andes is a great place to spot the elusive Condors.
Explore the marine wildlife and walk on water at the iconic Uros Islands, or as they’re more commonly called, the floating islands.
This beautiful Colonial City is the gateway to Machu Pichu. Wander the main plaza, visit the Tread Right support weaving centre or feed your sweet tooth with a visit to the chocolate museum.
Built around 1450 at the height of the Incan Empire, Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the seven wonders of the new world.