Walking Holidays in Peru

RAQCHI PERU -JANUARY 15: Unidentified Quechua indian woman knits handcrafts at Raqchi Ruins, Peru on January 15, 2013. Raqch…

Peru Walking Holidays & Sightseeing Tours

With a rich Spanish colonial heritage, mysteries from the short-lived Inca Empire, the majesty of the soaring Andes and the tropical exuberance of the Amazon basin, this South American gem richly rewards those who venture to her shores on a Peru walking holiday. Peru is a land of unique experiences. There are spectacular ruined fortresses to explore, sublime scenery to enjoy and wildlife highlights to discover.

Venture to Lake Titicaca – the highest navigable lake in the world and birthplace of the Incas – to witness its amazing sapphire blue waters and set foot on the reed islands which are home to the indigenous Uros people. Visit Juanita – the mummy of a teenage girl sacrificed on a mountain to appease the Inca gods. Watch condors soar effortlessly above the plunging Colca Canyon and hear the noise of the air passing over their 9-foot wings. Or, set foot on the classic Inca Trail to pass through the Sun Gate and gaze down on the iconic Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, a true highlight of any walking holiday in Peru.

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On the Trail of the Incas