Peru borders 5 different countries and the Pacific Ocean. It is an extremely bio-diverse country with habitats ranging from the Coastal region to the Andes Mountains to the Amazon Basin rainforest and river. The combination of tropical latitudes, mountain ranges and landscape variations allow for a large diversity of climates making a year around destination. The culture is primarily rooted in Amerindian and Spanish traditions though it has also been influenced by various other groups. It was once home to ancient cultures spanning from the Norte Chico civilization (one of the oldest in the world) to the Inca Empire (the largest state in Pre-Columbian America). Today Peru remains rich in tradition and ethnicity with an array of landmarks and highlights.

“From hence came the vicuña’s golden fleece to dress their loves, their catafalques, their mothers,their king, their prayers, their warriors.”


"A City For Everyone”


"A Seaside City Haven”

Nazca Lines

"Terrains of Mystique and Intricacy”

Machu Picchu

"An Ican Land Of Vast Dimensions”


"Ancient Times Set In A Village of Stone and Brick”


"Home To The Peruvian Amazon and an Isolated Look Into Life”

Colca Canyon

"Soar Above The Mountains, Looking Deep Into The Vast Canyons Of Peru”


"Sunsets With A Volcano Backdrop and Scenic Architecture”

Peruvian Amazon

"A Land, A Culture, A World Apart”