Peru

Last updated: 29 November 2017
Peru is home to the most important archaeological site in America. Machu Pichu is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Two thousand four hundred meters high and surrounded by bristling mountain crags, the terraces, towers and temples of this ancient Incan city blend into and even enhance the surrounding landscape.  The city overlooks the stunning Sacred Valley below, scattered with medieval Spanish villages and ancient Inca ruins.

Peru also boasts a host of natural wonders. The Amazon Jungle covers sixty percent of the land. Take a canopy walk among the treetops the forest below boasts the giant anaconda amongst its residents.

Peru

The Calco Canyon, twice as deep as the Grand Canyon, is home to the endangered Andean Condor. At 3.2 meters this bird has the widest wingspan on earth. In the mountains Lake Titicaca is the world’s highest navigable river and birthplace of the Incas.

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