Peru is the most ecologically diverse country in the entire world meaning it is the most broadly beautiful and magnificent place to travel. From the rare wildlife of the Ballestas Islands to the rolling sand dunes of Huacachina, each destination feels like a different country.
To go from the mysterious remains of the Nazca Lines in the desert to the incomprehendable depths of the Colca Canyon in the Andes, Peru promises to be an adventure of a lifetime.
But how do you fit it all in to one visit?
Peru Hop gives you detailed information about each of these tours and more to help you plan and organise the trip that suits YOU the best!
Discover more about each of these magical destinations and how you’re going to get there.
Peru’s mini version of the Galapagos. Take a large speedboat out into the Pacific Ocean and discover this incredible protected sanctuary of marine fauna. Located off the coast of Paracas, these islands are home to an amazing variety of animals such as penguins, sealions and much more. Will you be lucky enough to spot a whale?
Buggies & Sandboarding
There’s nothing like the adrenaline rush you get from hopping into a 4-wheel-drive dune buggy with a CRAZY driver and racing up and down dunes the size of mountains. Sandboard asome of the biggest dunes in the world lying down snowboard style, or standing up if you think you can handle it.
Enjoy a thrilling 30 minute flight over the Nazca Lines, which were scratched on the surface of the ground between 500 B.C. and A.D. 500. Experience one of Peru’s greatest mysteries that has rattled archaeologists for years. Were these lines made by man or are there deeper darker secrets yet to uncover?
With breathtaking scenery and exotic wildlife, it is no wonder that Colca Canyon is Peru’s third most-visited tourist destination. Take in the tranquil beauty of the second deepest canyon in the entire world which ventures twice as deep as the Grand Canyon.
Discover the highest navigable lake in the world at over 3,800 meters above sea level. Lake Titicaca plays a large role in Peruvian history as it is know to be the birthplace of the Incas and also the birthplace of a God! The vast lake connects Peru and neighbour country Bolivia. Uncover more about this history-rich natural wonder.