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Climbing the steps to the lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu, and getting lost in its maze of fascinating ruins is without a doubt one of the main attractions for your trip. But Peru has so many treasures to offer… drift on the peaceful waters of Lake Titicaca, or the lush tributaries of the Amazon River. Cuzco, the ancient, high-altitude capital of the Inca Empire is home to a plethora of architectural styles, and a rich cultural and historical heritage. The historic center of town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Looking to immerse yourself in Peruvian culture? We’d recommend attending the local festivals, such as the pilgrimage of Qoyllorit’i, a religious festival held annually in Cuzco that attracts many of the surrounding Andean communities… Or the Queswachaka Festival, a unique event consisting of the annual renovation of the last suspended rope bridge, which for centuries has given rise to a celebration honoring the bonds with Pachamama, Mother Earth.

You could also meet the diverse indigenous communities, from those who live on isolated ‘floating’ islands on Lake Titicaca, to those in the Sacred Valley or on the banks of the Amazon… partake in their traditions and listen as they share with you their ancestral knowledge.

Finally, Peru is also known for its incredible treks: The Inca Trail leading to the sacred citadel of Machu Picchu is certainly the most famous, but it’s not all that this amazing country has to offer! Discover Colca Canyon in the region of Arequipa, where you’ll observe condors in their natural habitat. If you’re feeling daring, conquer the breathtaking Cordillera Blanca in the region of Huaraz!