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Peru.

In Peru, remarkable scenery combines with rich Andean culture and a fascinating history. It is a land of adventure and discovery, of enchanting colonial cities, buzzy market towns and wild and exotic characters and customs. Its Pacific capital, Lima, is the gastronomic powerhouse of South America.

Peru is also the best country for journeys into the Amazon, one of the last true frontiers on earth. And of course, there is always that most magnificent of ancient mountain top citadels, Machu Picchu and, at its gateway, resplendent Cusco.

We love sending our guests soaring over the Nazca Lines, or to visit remote Indian communities to learn the art of weaving. We organise private recitals from local musicians and access to prized art collections. How about hiking in blissful solitude through the Choquequirao to be greeted by a surprise picnic, or enjoying pisco sours with views over the immense Colca Canyon, twice as deep as its American counterpart?

The trick, as ever, is to combine the must-sees with a few fabulously off-piste experiences. We like to think we have the knowledge and contacts to get that balance just right.

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Capital

Lima

Language

Spanish

Time Difference  

GMT -6

Currency

Peruvian Sol (though USD widely accepted)

Read

Inca-Kola A Traveller’s Tale of Peru by Matthew Parris

Listen

Huayno

Eat

Ceviche

Drink

Pisco Sour

Locations

  • Lima and the Nazca Lines
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  • Lake Titicaca
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  • Arequipa and Colca Canyon
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  • Cusco & Machu Picchu
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  • The Peruvian Amazon
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  • Just to let you know how appreciative I am for our excellent trip. I am so glad that we followed your advice and went to Salta, all of the accommodation was excellent and exactly the sort of experience and ambiance that we were looking for.

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