Trips & tours in PeruPrice$ 0Found 25 trips displayed below
Countries visited: Ecuador, Galapagos Islands (Ecuador), PeruPisco is the local version of grape brandy. Shake it up with lemon juice, sugar, egg white and you've got your new favourite drink - a Pisco sour. (Was Peru Encompassed)Countries visited: Ecuador, Galapagos Islands (Ecuador), PeruIn 1535 the Galapagos Islands were discovered by Fray Tomas de Berlanga, the Bishop of Panama. In 1835, Charles Darwin first arrived on the HMS Beagle. In 1959 the Government of Ecuador declared the archipelago’s...Countries visited: Bolivia, Ecuador, PeruYour Amazon lodge can only be accessed by boat, so keep hands, feet and objects inside at all times. You're in piranha country now.(Was Conquistador)Countries visited: PeruNo amount of David Attenborough documentaries can prepare you for the mind-boggling awesomeness of the Amazon Jungle. So switch off your TV, put down your iPad, and channel the...Countries visited: Bolivia, PeruResearch doesn’t have to be boring. You should read Marching Powder, about an Aussie’s time in the notorious San Pedro prison in La Paz. Then watch The Motorcycle...
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Our favourite things about Peru
- You’ll love Lima
Head to Pizza Alley in Miraflores. Jill found a great bar hidden down a laneway here, but she forgot the name (something to do with pisco sours). Let us know if you find it.
Almost 50% of the world's plants and animals live here; there's 1800 species of butterflies and 200 species of mosquito. You get to explore it by foot and boat, and sleep in it.
Picturesque Inca Trek
Hike the Inca Trail, play soccer with your porters, laugh, cry, ache and be sore. It’s all worth it when you reach Machu Picchu.
Uros Indian insight
Visit the Uros Indians who live on floating reed islands. Play soccer against the kids on your overnight homestay. Don't be embarrassed when you lose.
Wake early and take an Amazon Jungle boat ride in search of giant river otters, caimen, hoatzin and wading birds.
- You’ll love Lima
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Where we go in Peru