Peru


Peru is a destination that has always evoked strong and dramatic imagery – the Incas, the Amazon, the Andes, the mighty condor, and Lima, “the City of the Kings” and former colonial capital of the Spanish New World. Indeed, there are few countries on Earth that can provide such a scintillating blend of history, culture, landscape and wildlife under one flag.


Whilst Cusco and Machu Picchu feature on most itineraries to Peru, they are just the beginning of what this country can offer throughout its three distinct climatic regions. Peru’s desert coast is the drawing board for the mysterious Nazca Lines just to the south of the capital Lima, as well as the nearby Paracas wildlife reserve, host to flamingos, sea lions and even penguins. Moving east, the landscape rises dramatically into the Andes with spectacular snow-capped peaks reaching heights of over 6,500 metres (21,300 feet) and valleys sheltering the Andean cities of Cusco, Ayacucho and Arequipa, amongst others. To the east of Arequipa, the cavernous Colca Canyon plunges to depths of over 3,400 metres (11,333 feet), twice as deep as the Grand Canyon, whilst Lake Titicaca, the supposed birth point of the first Incas, straddles Peru’s southern border with Bolivia at a breathtaking 3,810 metres (12,500 feet). Continuing eastwards, the Andes eventually give way to the Amazon rainforest, one of the world’s most bio-diverse regions where wildlife including 30 species of monkey, pink dolphins, giant otters, tortoises and the occasional jaguar are all on the list of possible sightings.


From desert to jungle, the Incas to the Spanish Conquerors, Peru is a destination where something can be found to fascinate both the experienced adventurer and the novice traveller.



This trip incorporates three vastly different, yet spectacular parts of Peru; the highest navigable lake in the world with floating islands of the Uros poeple, the wildlife rich Amazon rainforest, and the ancient Inca citadel Machu Picchu.

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Highlights: Journey across the Peruvian Altiplano + Ascend an Amazon canopy tower.


This cruise ship features sixteen over-sized suites, which all include a bathroom, lounge areas, extra-large windows, and air conditioning. Four of these suites may be interconnected to cater to families. Available as 3, 4 or 7 nights.

  • From: $7,000pp for 7 nights.
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Highlights: Large suites w/ AC & panoramic river views + Outdoor Jacuzzi & lounge.


Travel deep into the Amazon rain forest for incredible wildlife viewing, and then journey high into the Andes to Machu Picchu's ancient ruins.

  • From: $2,490pp for 7 nights.
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Highlights: Stay at a lodge only accessible by boat + Explore Machu Picchu & Cusco.


Observe a variety of wildlife, listen to the sounds of the jungle while relaxing in a hammock, and finish the trip with a private tour of the famous Inca fortress Machu Picchu.

  • From: $4,300pp for 8 nights.
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Highlights: Traverse an Amazon canopy walkway + Explore Machu Picchu & Cusco.


Vists the largest known macaw clay-lick in the Amazon and later fall asleep listening to the sounds of the jungle in your room. Fly to the Andes and explore the mysterious ruins of Machu Picchu, The Lost City of the Incas, never discovered by the Spanish Conquistadores.

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Highlights: Visit Parrot and Macaw clay licks + Explore villages in the Sacred Valley.


The Achamaqui Estate, now Casa Andina Classic – Chachapoyas, still has traces of important historical value of the Chachapoya Culture.

  • From: £70pp per night. Bed & Breakfast.

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Nothing less than a natural paradise will do — a paradise where one connects completely with the sacred energy of the mountain.

  • From: $274pp per night. Bed & Breakfast.
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From the UK

Call: 01227 671 154

From the USA

New York: (646) 513-4227

From South Africa

Cape Town: 021 300 2166