See the “queen of the rivers,” visit “the city in the sky,” or why else go to Peru.
Lama and locals in colorful costumes – the most famous image of the Peruvian highlands.
Mesmerizing and soothing view of Machu Picchu. To preserve the number of tourists in the city day here should not exceed 2,500. Climb the mountain Huayna Picchu can thus only 400 of them.
In the “Queen of rivers” Amazon relatives are found alligators – caiman. These crocodiles are perfectly camouflaged: in water are difficult to overlook. At length the predators can be from five feet to five.
Cusco city in southwestern Peru, people inhabit more than three thousand years. Inky stayed here before a four trek to Machu Picchu. Preserved and original trail – along the Urubamba River through several passes.
Machu Picchu called the “city in the sky.” It is on the top of a ridge at an altitude of 2450 meters above sea level.
In the jungles of Peru, you can see the colorful flowers, unusual plants, monkeys, parrots, frogs and countless insects.
The capital of Peru, Lima attracts tourists for its variety of architectural styles, local cuisine and lively night-life. Colonial buildings of the Old Town is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
Every year in January is a holiday to commemorate the founding of Lima. This happened in 1535.Then the city was called Ciudad de los Reyes, which translated from Spanish means “city of kings”.
Lake Titicaca – the second largest and the first fresh water reserves in South America.