The largest lake in South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world, Lake Titicaca is not only fascinating but beautiful as well. Lake Titicaca is home to the Uros culture, who live on floating islands in the lake made of nothing but reeds. Tell us you want to visit this unique location!
Long the capital of the region, Lima has been a bustling metropolis for hundreds of years. Out of his has evolved a unique cuisine and Lima offers up the crème-de-la-crème. The historic district is Lima is only part of the picture, add a good dose of modern skyscrapers and some cliffs for added drama; this is Lima.
The capital of the Incan Empire, Cusco was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983, to preserve both its Incan and Colonial heritage. The beautiful architecture found in Cusco only enhances the natural beauty surrounding it, giving you the best of both worlds.
A truly unique way to experience the Peruvian mountains, the Sky Lodge consists of see-through capsules attached to the side of the mountain, affording you a 300-degree view of the mountains 24/7. Although not for the lighthearted, this experience is unlike any other.
The “White Mountains” are the highest tropical mountain range on the planet, and a stunning sight to see. Continually dusted with snow, these mountains tower over beautiful valleys and compete with any other location in the Andes.
One of the more curious ancient sites in the world, the Nazca lines are still somewhat of a mystery today. Come see these rare marks and decide their purpose for yourself.
Visit the oasis town of Huacachina, set around a small lagoon in the midst rolling sand dunes. A hot spot for adventure sports, you can surf, sand board, or buggy down the dunes until you watch the sun set in the distance.
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