Things that are worth witnessing in Peru!

by Zoya Bhatt Digital Marketing Manager

Peru is a country in the western part of South America with Lima being its capital. The country is massively bio-diverse in nature. Peru Holidays are perfect to give you a spellbound feeling. It is a land where dwell the Andes peaks and mountains as well as parts of the Amazon rainforest and the Amazon River.

The country’s tourism is mainly influenced by its history of empires and civilizations as well as the bounty of its nature. Peru Tours is flocked by groups and tribes of various ethnicities and the people here are culturally unique.

These are some extremely exciting things to do in Peru:

  1. Visit the very talked about Machu Picchu.

Machu Picchu is a fortress build on a high ground in the Andes Mountains above the Urubamba river valley. It is believed that Machu Picchu was an estate built for the Inca EmperorPachacuti around 1450 AD. It is declared as the UNESCO World Heritage site and is now one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

  1. Spiral around through Moray.

Moray is a very unusual Inca ruin located to the west of the village of Maras. The site is full of terraces or stairs designed in the form of circular depressions with a cleverly in-built irrigation system. The place is said to be made for agricultural experiments and is worth visiting and studying.

  1. Climb through the Saksaywaman citadel.

Another UNESCO World Heritage site, Saksaywaman is situated on a steep hill in the northern outskirts of Cusco, the capital city of the Inca Empire. The fortress is built of dry stones intricately cut to fit each other without any mortar. The site is architecturally rich and unique. It is a must visit.

  1. Set up a camp at the Manu National Park.

The park is also a biosphere reserve covering the regions of Madre de Dios and Cusco. It preserves within itself Andean grasslands, cloud forests as well as lowland rainforests. The park offers tours through swamps, oxbow lakes and river shores and calls for an exciting adventure in the jungle.

  1. Get culturally enlightened on the Taquile Islands.

The island is on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca near the city of Puno. Culturally very rich, the island is known for its hand-woven textiles and clothing made from natural dyes. Two major festivals on the island coincide in the last week of July and should not be missed.

  1. Enter the fantasy land of fountains at the Park of The Reserve.

The park, also called Circuito Magico Del Agua is a major tourist attraction in the downtown of Lima ingeniously designed with a variety of decorative, colorful and interactive fountains. It is a great place to spend a relaxing yet entertaining day.

  1. Discover about ancient art at the Larco Museum.

It is a museum that displays pre-Columbian art and is located in the Pueblo Libre district of Lima. The grand museum is exhibited in an 18th-century building built on a pre-Columbian pyramid. It is well known for its erotic pottery.

Get acquainted with a never seen before lifestyles of the Peruvians while in Peru. Peru Packages are the most deserving thing of a lifetime.

About Zoya Bhatt Advanced   Digital Marketing Manager

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