The Inca Trail, Aguas Calientes and Machu Picchu - follow ancient Inca stone paths as you wind your way through spectacular Andean scenery to the Lost City of the Incas. This high altitude trek ends with a breath-taking view (quite literally) at the Sun Gate. Many visitors choose to relax at the nearby town of Aguas Calientes post trek. The classic Inca Trail takes 4 days and covers 43km+ starting at kilometre 82 but the length and time depends on the route you follow. There is also now a fabulous lodge to lodge option offering both longer and shorter routes through the Sacred Valley.
The Colca Canyon - one of the world's deepest canyons and the place to see Andean condors, we recommend exploring this area by trekking the remote canyon base, some 4km down.
Puno and Lake Titicaca - Puno is the gateway to the world's highest navigable lake, Titicaca. Lake view hotels make a great base and provide a chance to enjoy a range of activities exploring the lake and surrounds, including the Uros Islands - the floating reed islands.
The Amazon - Iquitos in the northern Peruvian Amazon is the main gateway for a jungle experience. Taking to the waterways is a great way to see as much as possible. There are several small river boats offering journeys. Kayaks and quick launch skiffs with an onboard naturalist help guests to explore the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve (the largest flooded tropical forest in the world).