From Amazonian jungles to vast lakes and canyons, soaring mountains and paradisiacal beaches, Peru is home to a truly spectacular array of landscapes, and a host of pre-columbian archeological sites, most notably the breathtaking Incan city of Machu Picchu.
With a long and storied history, world class gastronomy and unique blend of cultures and traditions, Peru is a truly fascinating place, where adventures are never far away!
The only 7th wonder that is not only incredible to lay your eyes upon, but entails a mandatory epic journey through an Amazonian trail to reach it's lofty peaks. Peru's Inca trail is possibly the world's most appealing trek and is a physical, and somehow spiritual journey to behold. This carefully handpicked your, will take a total of 5 days beginning in Cusco and meandering through to the legendary Machu Picchu. Inca ruins and dense green mountain vistas will take your breath away.
There are no direct flights from the UK to Peru. However, you can travel via Amsterdam with KLM; Madrid with Iberia; Frankfurt with Lufthansa, or via a number of US cities including, Miami, Atlanta and New York.
June-September is generally the driest period for most of the country and therefore the best time to visit, particularly if you’re planning to visit Machu Picchu.
Peru is a large country, and therefore, in order to experience the main highlights we recommend at least ten days.
If you are a UK national you do not require a visa to enter Peru and may remain there for up to 90 days.
Home of Christ The Redeemer and Sugarloaf Mountain, Brazil is a must visited destination.
A small South American gem with humbling highlands.
It's rich volcanic soils produce indulgent, world class coffee. The lush Amazon and unspoiled coast make for a idyllic variety of natural splendours.