Tourist Destinations

Ica

The city of Ica known for its sunny climate is located on the South Coast of Peru in the desert. Therefore it may come as a surprise to you that Ica is situated in a fertile valley which makes it possible to produce cotton, asparagus, wine and Pisco. Ica Read more...

Paracas

Paracas is located near the South Coast of Peru about a three hours drive from the capital Lima. This region has been hit by the earthquake of 2007 which is still visible in for example Pisco city. However, Paracas has been completely renovated and is now Read more...

Nazca

The city of Nazca is located at a 2 hours drive from Ica and is famous for its Nazca Lines which can be seen best by air. Nazca is home to the pre-Inca culture called Nazca which inhabited this region between 100 and 600 A.C. Although this culture did not Read more...

Puno

Puno city it is located on the South Andean zone of Perú (12,555 fett above sea level), Puno melds the two ancient Andean civilizations of the Aymara from the south and the Quechua from the North with colonial influences. Read more...

Cusco

Cusco, now Peru´s tourism capital, was once the majestic mountain capital of the Incas. Today, it is the ideal base to explore the various sites located in the aptly named Sacred Valley such as Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Tipón, and Rumicolca. These sites and M Read more...

Macchu Picchu

Located 70 miles from Cusco, is arguably the most famous sight in all of South America. The citadel is built of rock at an altitude of 7,710 ft, on the saddle of a mountain flanked by sheer drops to the Urubamba Valley below. It was never sacked by the Sp Read more...

Inca Trail

Part of the 23,000 kilometers (aproximately 14,000 miles) of roads built by the incas in South america, this is Peru´s most famous trekking route and possibly one of the most spectacular in the Americas. Every year some 25,000 hikers from around the world Read more...