It may be the most well worn route on the tourist track in South America, but there’s a reason everyone wants to be in Peru. Climb mountains, live history, surf, eat, drink, pet all the llamas.
Iquitos + The Peruvian Amazon
One of the more popular spots for Amazon day-trippers, Iquitos has far more to offer if you take time to explore.
Puno + Lake Titicaca
The Peruvian-Bolivian border is a home to a big lake and a big chance of getting altitude sickness. Read about it here.
Despite it’s reputation for being ‘the place to see’ in Peru, and in South America, I wasn’t too big a fan. Read why here.
More than Machu Picchu
The Sacred Valley is home to an array of ancient and curious sites, and Machu Picchu is just the surface. Explore some here.
The stop over city that everyone on a tour round South America has been to once, twice, 100 times. Here’s things to do there.
A colonial treasure nestled beneath Andean tips, Arequipa is a beautiful city, not worth skipping on your way to Cuzco.
Learn about Mancora’s thoroughly earned reputation for being the best party town in South America + how to survive.