We design the very best Peru holidays, making sure your trip to this fantastic country is one to remember.
Peru has something for everyone: from the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu to the wildlife-rich Amazon and stunning, glaciated Andean peaks.
With our expert travel advice, choose to join a guided group or put together your own bespoke itinerary for the perfect Peru tour.
Experience and get close to many of the distinct traditions and cultures that are spread throughout Peru.
Don’t forget to read our Peru Travel Highlights Guide, our Peru Trekking Guide and our Peru Amazon Guide.
Peru is the ideal holiday destination for travellers seeking adventure and culture: trek, raft, cycle, climb and hike through the Andes on our many exciting trips.
Discover the magic of the lost city of Machu Picchu, and Peru’s many other Inca and pre-Inca ruins.
Explore magical Lake Titicaca or travel to the lush Amazon basin.
Witness colourful and traditional street life and enjoy friendly Peruvian hospitality and culture.
Trekkers love the high Andes, hiking amongst impressive peaks, tackling high passes or mountaineering in the Cordillera Blanca.
Families will find an abundance of activities to choose from in Peru’s family friendly society.
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Below you will find a few of the many attractions Peru has to offer for your holiday.
Lima, the capital city of Peru, is a vibrant bustling place with a wide variety of things to do.
Stroll or bike around the historic centre, visiting the many museums or just chilling out in a café or restaurant in Miraflores.
In Parque Kennedy you can sit outside in Parisian fashion and watch the world go by in cafes and restaurants, or walk to the shore and the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
There are a number of artisan shops & market stalls, plus a big silver jewellery trade, and a burgeoning number of top end restaurants with delicious food.
The centre of Lima is home to impressive Colonial architecture – Plaza de Armas has the Palace, official residence of the president, on one side, and on another is the Cathedral.
San Francisco Church, home of the Catacombs, is well worth a visit, as is the Inquisition museum.
Lake Titicaca, at around 4,000m/13,123ft above sea level, is a vast shimmering body of water on the Peru/Bolivia border.
It is the world’s highest navigable lake, set against a breathtaking background of towering ice-covered Andean mountain peaks.
The islands and shoreline of Lake Titicaca support many Indian communities, including the well known floating islands of Uros and the more remote islands of Taquile and Amantani. Here, traditions are strong and it appears time really does stand.
Agriculture, fishing, knitting and weaving are important to the islanders and by staying a day or two you gain just a small insights into this traditional way of life.
Islanders welcome tourists into their homes and this is a wonderful opportunity to experience island life.
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It was a fantastic experience... for me personally it was so rewarding and a real personal achievement.
The highlight for me...perhaps that iconic initial view down to Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate, the whole trip was great.
All our guides were fantastic and passionate and knowledgeable and the porters are incredible.
I would definitely recommend Andean Trails and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your help and advice which was so very helpful and glad we took a pair of walking sticks each!
Definitely made me feel restless, a fab memory to share with my daughter and looking forward to the next trip
J Rowlinson, UK, 2017
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We loved the way you arrange our trip to Peru for the kids.
We had so much fun last time in Peru that we trust you completely.
L Silver. Israel, 2017
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