Machu Picchu is the main draw for most who travel to Peru, but this is just a fraction of this country’s treasures. Peru is home to a staggering array of landscapes – puzzling geoglyphs in the arid plains of Nazca, two of the world’s deepest canyons outside the colonial town of Arequipa and the amazing Amazon on the east.
Andean culture is thriving in Peru. Tucked-away highland towns explode into colour on market day, and vibrant local fiestas are celebrated with unbridled enthusiasm. Off lately Peru has become the world’s culinary hotspots. There’s a particular buzz of excitement over Lima’s laidback, vibrant dining scene, ranging from backstreet cevicherías to gourmet restaurants. And in the big cities, you can expect lively nightlife too. There is boundless potential for adventure and discovery in Peru