Peru is home to one of the
Wonders of the World.
Modern engineers in Machu Picchu had
estimated that 60 percent of Machu
constructions, and we can only
remaining 40 percent.
With an elevation of 17,060
Rainbow Mountains are
hike able in The Andes in
The mountain is made up of 14
different, colorful minerals.
Rainbow Mountain is at an
altitude of more
than half of Mount Everest.
There are 43 native
YOU can swim with PINK
dolphins in the amazon!
But only in Peru!
The Amazon River
begins in Peru!!
14°43′S 75°08′W / 14.717°S 75.133°W
Naztec lines at an
site! you can
fly over all
You can go and visit the
Plaza de Armas
Its in Cusco Peru!
Visit Iglesia de Santo Domingo and
This is a GREAT examples of the overlap
between Inca and Spanish architecture.
Maras Salt Mines and Moray Ruins
in Cusco, Peru!
You can travel their by an
ATV for a quick day trip!
Sacred Valley Pisac, Ollantaytambo
and Chinchero Tour in Cusco, Peru!!
Machu Picchu’s little brother, the Pisac Ruins,
It's 45 minutes away from Cusco, Peru.
It overlooks the entire Urubamba Valley and
terraces are still in use today.
A well-liked destination for hiking is the
Colca Canyon, a river canyon in southern
Peru that is recognized for being among the
deepest in the world. There is a lot of rafting
on the Colca River.
Sandboarding in Peru is the
equivalent to snowboarding in
other parts of the world.
All you need is a board and some dunes.
Just three hours south
of Lima is a small desert town
surrounded by sand dunes
that can reach 1000 meters
in height called Huacachina.
Cusco, also a UNESCO
World Heritage site, is a city in Peru
near the Urubamba Valley of the Andes
mountains and is the capital
of the Inca Empire.
Yet another UNESCO
World Heritage site,
this vivid aqua blue lake has
stunning glacials and and snowy mountains.
The Sacred Valley was
the most important area
for maize production
in the heartland of the Inca Empire
This is located in Cusco.
Fresh citrus liquids,
most usually lime or lemon,
are used to cure raw, fresh fish in a
dish called ceviche.
Ceviche is a South American
seafood meal that originated in
what are now Peru, Ecuador, and
Chile. It is normally made with fresh,
uncooked fish that has been preserved in
lime or lemon juice.
The Andean spectacled bear is
the last known short-faced bear on
Earth and is found in South America.
The wet forests that cling to the slopes of
the Andes Mountains are their natural home.
The Peruvian Hairless Dog,
one of the country's most distinctive
wildlife species, is the genuine punk of the
canine world and was a beloved pet of pre-Incan
civilizations, as evidenced by the numerous statues
created in its honor that have been discovered that
date back more than 2,000 years.
Since they have played a
vital role in the history and folklore
of the region for countless years, llamas
and their larger cousins, the alpacas, are today
considered to be synonymous with Peru.
The beautiful Humbolt
penguins are among the
abundant species that calls
the Ballestas Islands home.
Peru is regarded as one of the
best places in the world for
birdwatching, ranking second in
terms of the number of rare bird
species, with new species being
discovered on a regular basis.
The Andean cock-of-the-rock is the
nation's national bird. It may be found
in the Andean cloud forests, where it
spends most of the day hopping up and
down on branches while making guttural
croaks and squeaks to attract a mate.
The first species, the Kantuta
shrub (Cantua buxifolia), or "Flor de la Cantuta,"
which yields the mythical blooms of Inca tales,
was planted on the spot during the ceremony
by Lord Goldsmith.