Immerse yourself in an ancient culture and emerge an enlightened explorer of old worlds with Luxury Travel to Peru.
Who knew the best archaeology lessons are taught with luxury travel?
Peru offers a wealth of otherworldly experiences in remarkable destinations that bind the present and ancient past. From the ruins of Machu Picchu to the Peruvian Amazonia, Peru truly is a land of old worlds.
Places to see in Peru
Featuring the world’s highest sand dune and deepest canyon and some of its oldest and most puzzling archeological mysteries. This ancient land attracts visitors of all ages and agendas. Whether you’re an experienced backpacker or beachside sunbather, Alluring Americas can handcraft a trip to Peru you won’t soon forget.
The capital of Peru
The capital of Peru, commonly called the “City of Kings,” was once ranked as the richest and most important city in the Americas. It boasts the country’s best museums and culinary delights. And from here you can take a day trip to the secret oasis of Huacachina.
Step into the past
The fabled capital of the Inca empire, Cusco lies within hours of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
But travelers the world over come here to step into the past. Cusco’s famed Spanish colonial architecture lines old cobbled streets. And at night, the city comes alive to the sounds of traditional and modern music.
Lost City of the Incas
The famed “Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu remains the continent’s most famous archaeological site, rediscovered in 1911.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site was abandoned during the Spanish Conquest, and it’s a classic Peru must-see.
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Mighty Amazon River
Celebrated biodiversity, rich indigenous cultures, and excellent food await you in the Amazon region of Peru. If you plan to travel with family, take the kids to cruise the mighty Amazon River—it’s an education beyond the book or classroom.
Places to visit in Peru
Peru is home to many incredible sights, and this is our list of favorite destinations. But we caution travelers that there may be some early mornings involved to gain proper access. Therefore, we recommend some local coffee to make those early wake-up calls a little easier.
Luxury Travel to Peru
Peru travel information
The dry season is during the Peruvian winter, from May to October. Therefore, wet season is from December to March. Keep this in mind when scheduling your trip with Luxury Inspire Me Travel. However, in Peru’s climate, it can rain any time, so we suggest packing a light poncho! Also, don’t forget your sunscreen and hats along with other smart packing choices.
Visiting Machu Picchu is very popular all year round. Hence, it will be important to buy your admission tickets prior to arriving since the site limits the number of people allowed to enter per day.
Peru is at a high altitude, so make a note that you and your family or partner will need to acclimate quickly before exploring. Oxygen is less available in thinner air. But you can avoid altitude sickness by staying hydrated and using an Oxishot—an eight-liter canister of oxygen that you can use when you need a boost.