Sea lions lying on the rocks

Swim with sea lions off Peru’s Pacific coast!

The meeting of the cold Humboldt ocean current with the warm El Niño current off its desert coast, makes Peru’s seas among the most fertile in the world. From the plankton at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean food chain

View of the Red Valley

Off the beaten path

Experience authentic Peru away from the crowds Peru is an ideal destination for those who love nature, adventure and authenticity. However, the development of the tourism industry in the country has unfortunately led to massification. Popular sites have become slightly

Inti Raymi Cusco Inca

Peru: A wealth of folkloric traditions

Cusco, 2018: With its rich history rooted in a legacy combining pre-Hispanic traditions with ways of life that arrived through conquest and immigration, in addition to archaeological treasures like those of Cusco and Machu Picchu, Peru is rich in diverse

Whale watching Organos beach - Piura

Whale watching in Peru with Andean Adventures

Cusco, August 6th 2018: There is much more to see in Peru beyond Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail. In the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Peru, it is possible to observe a range of remarkable marine fauna,

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Lake Titicaca Sacred waters and living culture

Creating understanding through direct experience.  Cusco, 2018: The sacred waters of Lake Titicaca, its seemingly endless high altitude shoreline and scattering of small, inhabited islands offer visitors from all over the world a unique opportunity to enjoy high Andean scenery and

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Lima’s Museums

Travelers spending one or two days in Lima before or after visiting other parts of Peru should not miss the chance to visit some of the capital’s excellent museums. Cusco, May 17th 2018: The capital of Peru is home to