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 Create your adventure in Peru

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Get inspired to explore Peru. Here’s your guide to Peru’s best vacation spots. Each location below includes: Top 5 Things to Do, How to Get There, Where to Sleep, Where to Eat and a tip about a lesser-known activity in the Discover section.

We’re adding new locations every week: Keep a look out for new Peru travel inspiration!
 

Machu Picchu and the Inca Trails

 
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Tumbes, an eco-paradise

 
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Ayacucho, tradition in Peru’s Andes

 
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The Sacred Valley of Cusco

 
Photo by Carsten Korch  



 
Iquitos: The gateway to Peru’s Amazon

 
Photo by Brenden Allen  



 
Huancavelica: Off the tourist route

 
Photo by Nathan Paluck  



 
Huancayo and the Central Highlands

 
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Maarten Warnaars survives cold, uncomfortable nights on the second half of his Huayhuash trek. (Read part one here.) The rewards are spectacular mountain passes and quaint highland villages.

By Maarten Warnaars

Day Four
The next morning greeted us well. As usual we did not wait for the sun to hit to begin hiking. We headed up toward Portachuelo pass (4,785 meters) that unfolded into the Lima province.

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Trekking eight days in Huayhuash mountain range of Peru
In front of Siula Pass at 4,835 meters in Peru’s Huayhuash mountain range.


By Maarten Warnaars

The Cordillera Huayhuash, located in Peru’s provinces of Ancash, Huánuco and Lima, is one of the most beautiful, majestic and challenging mountain ranges to hike in Peru. Every campsite and mountain pass has their unique wonders and breathtaking views that lie above 4,000 meters (13,100 ft). It is a spectacular area with each hiking day a marvel to discover. (It is also the location of the real life story and movie Touching the Void, filmed at the the foot of Siula Mountain.) The challenging treks around Huayhuash are done in a minimum of eight days, unlike other treks in the Cordillera Blanca that can be done in a few days.

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