Saturday, September 18, 2021

Peru

Peru is without a doubt one of South America’s most fascinating nations. Famous for being the location of the legendary lost Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and the mind-boggling Nazca Lines, this country’s unique history ignites the explorer in all travelers. Its breathtaking landscape ranges from untamed Amazon rainforests to huge coastal deserts and the Andes’ snowy peaks. Peru is home to a level of biodiversity that is seldom seen within the confines of a single nation, with an array of magnificent species that extends well beyond the well-known llamas and circling condors. Additionally, Peru’s hospitable, multiethnic people are a cultural gem in and of itself. The captivating fusion of hundreds of different indigenous tribes and mestizos, each with their own vibrant customs and culinary delights, is an experience you will never forget.

In summary, this is a land of unfathomable contrasts, making destination selection a real challenge. Whether you choose to venture off the beaten path, follow in the footsteps of thousands of previous visitors who took the Gringo Trail through some of the country’s best highlights, or immerse yourself in the jungle on a relaxing multiple-day Amazon boat trip, Peru is certain to amaze you in every way.

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Rhodes – is it the destination for...

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Crete Island – “small continent”

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Lido di Jesolo – the city of...

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The magical beaches of Chalkidiki

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