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Tourism, adventures, history and hospitality
The land of the Incas, an amazing civilization that was able to cope with the wild geography of the region and live in harmony with the elements of nature: the rivers, the sun, the rain, the oceans, the mountains, the dry cold of the Andes and the rugged landscape, reaping the fruits of nature and adapting to different environments.
Part of this ancient civilization still remains in every village and major cities in Peru and can be discovered in local traditions. Visiting Peru is like traveling through time to discover the fascinating lives of the Incas, Chancas, Chachapoyas, Mochicas and Wari with their great architecture, arts, festivities, their powerful culture and their energetic people.
Experience Peru and discover the diversity and uniqueness of its landscapes, sounds, colors and flavors; journey back in time to discover ancient civilizations and experience Peru's immense cultural heritage. Relish those countless places and experiences that only truly come to life when you are there in person.
Caral, the first known civilization in the Americas; pre-Hispanic cultures; the Inca Empire, the fusion between Incas and the Hispanic world; Peru and its Western, Eastern and African influences; deserts, mountains, woods, the Amazon and the ocean; exotic landscapes, flora, fauna and great cultural diversity. This is what Peru is all about.
Famous for its cloud forests and exceptional microclimate, orchid habitat, Andean bears and cocks-of-the-rocks, the Amazon Province offers the perfect combination of adventure, culture, and archaeology. View More
Glaciers, lakes, valleys, flora, fauna, beaches, history and the present: Áncash ensures a diverse menu that will impress with its high peaks like the famous Huascaran and hundreds of lakes and lagoons. View More
Apurímac has all the ingredients of a destination that has nature blessed with hot springs, mountain forests, lakes, flora, fauna, a huge snowy mountain (Ampay), and the deep Apurímac Canyon. View More
Arequipa is known as the White City for its construction in ashlar, an attractive volcanic stone that is intensified by natural or artificial light. View More
Expert craftsmen who carry on the tradition of ancient Wari pottery with coveted altarpieces and a string of colonial-style churches and mansions with invaluable paintings and altars, design the contour of this land of historic times and places. View More
The scene of the Inca Empire's last gasps, Cajamarca offers a noble Andean heartland of sensual landscapes. View More
Most important commercial route into and out of Peru, featuring old mansions with beautiful balconies, museums, churches and a military fortress that withstood war and pirate attacks. View More
Cuzco, the historic capital of Peru and a World Heritage site, is a delight for the eyes with its extraordinary historic settings and its archaeological and architectural monuments. View More
Huancavelica proudly boasts many attractions such as archaeological sites, temples and mansions in the city center. View More
Populated centuries ago by the "Lauricocha Man" and cultures that left their mark at Kotosh, Huánuco is the soul of the Andes, dressed in jungle. View More
Ica boasts characteristic dunes and a vast desert etched with enigmatic figures, the Nazca Lines, transformed into fertile fields by ancient cultures: The Paracas and the Nazca. View More
Highlands and jungle; waterfalls and fertile valleys; pristine landscapes; handicrafts and folklore: Junín is charming like love at first sight. View More
Temples, pyramids and cities of mud that have survived the elements: Chan Chan, Huaca del Sol y la Luna, and el Brujo are some of the most remarkable destinations in the province of La Libertad. View More
Its pyramids and temples on the desert floor and in the middle of sweltering valleys make Lambayeque a truly historic destination. View More
Lima is the political, cultural, financial and commercial center of Peru. Although its history as a city began with its Spanish foundation in 1535, it was previously the territory of pre-Inca settlements. View More
Loreto, nature untouched. Home of the mighty Amazon River, the longest in the world, with a road linking towns scattered in the heart of the jungle. View More
Madre de Dios
Never-ending forests, winding rivers and an abundance of natural life are the unique features of Madre de Dios. View More
Moquegua's landscape is made up of ravines, rocky formations and deserts, fine sandy beaches and a calm sea, as well as a soil perfect for agriculture. View More
Pasco is home to a geography full of stark contrasts, where the mountains and the forest form a brotherhood of cold mountains and dense vegetation.
Streets baked by the permanent northern sun, spas and beaches coveted by surfers: Máncora, Colán, Órganos, Vichayito and Cabo Blanco.
An Andean plain dominated by the thoughtful presence of Lake Titicaca, a sacred place for the Incas, inhabited by tens of natural and artificial islands and pre-Hispanic archaeological sites.
San Martín is known for its waterfalls, orchids, flowery setting and tropical atmosphere.
A contrast of deserts and fertile valleys, of coast and mountains, all of which creates the landscape that forms the backdrop to Tacna.
Tumbes is the perfect setting for aquatic sports or just for relaxing.
With landscapes dominated by mighty rivers and waterfalls that are like huge curtains of water covering the mountains until reaching peaceful lagoons, and flora and fauna that never cease to astonish scientists.
Departments of Peru
Peru is a truly a megadiverse country, with 11 ecoregions, and 84 out of the 117 life zones that exist worldwide. Due to its geography, Peru has a truly enormous wealth of landscapes which, at the same time, provide a huge gamut of natural resources. Peru has been traditionally divided into three large regions, according to their altitudes: North, Center and South.