PERU TRAVEL PLANNER
Peru Adventure Travel
Our country has a lot to offer such as nature, culture,
gastronomy, adventure, etc and for all those who are looking for adrenaline we
give you information about Peru adventure travel. You will find excellent places
for walks in different routes like the
to Machu Picchu,
Lares. This country has 3 wonderful regions such as: the coast, highlands
and the jungle where each of them offers its own part of adventure, the
travelers who come to Peru will never be disappointed.
In Cusco you will wind the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu which is one of the best
experiences for trekking in Peru, where every year thousands of visitors dare to
have an unforgettable experience, this path is a legacy left by the ancient
Incas, because it leads to the famous citadel of Machu Picchu. Another
altenative of trek is Salkantay, this trek has not limitations on spaces or
permits, Salkantay is an ancient and remote footpath located in the same region
as the Inca Trail where massive snowcapped mountains collide with lush tropical
rain forests and you will be able to appreciate this outstanding glacier capped.
Beside of trekking you can also do canoeing in the Urubamba River, you will
enjoy a day full of adventure, magnificent sceneries and you will enjoy the
subtropical climate of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
another interesting route that definitely should be walked is the Colca valley,
located in the city of Arequipa
this road is famous because takes place in a valley where the landscape is the
most remarkable of the trip due to its lakes, colonial houses and species of
flora and fauna. The Canyon is famous for its 300 rapids and to go the second
deepest canyon in the world. The world famous route from the town of Chivay, and
internal area between Cabanaconde and Tapay along some 40 km away. It has rapids
class II to IV for specialists and connoisseurs.
When this can be found Vichuya in the valley of Lurin. The Rimac River valley
also has its own Canchacalla, at the kilometer 46 of the Central Highway, is
home to climbing courses for several years; Infiernillo, at kilometer 67 of the
same route, is perhaps one of the more accessible and demanding the country.
Following the coast south on the Panamerican Highway South, are the cliffs of
sedimentary rock Bikini (mile 45), Chalk (kilometer 60) and Paracas (km 250),
all facing the Pacific and breaks that add a touch of adventure in itself a
The Andean region, meanwhile, has excellent rock formations suitable for
climbing as Cumbemayo, on the outskirts of Cajamarca, the stone forest Tinajani
in Ayaviri, Puno, the walls of the valley glacier Llanganuco in Ancash; and rock
formations Huayllay shrine in Pasco.
The mountain in the Peruvian Andes is an incomparable setting; this makes Peru a
magnet for lovers of South American mountains. Peru has a unique concentration
of mountains, a mild climate for most of the year, and relatively easy access to
isolated urban environments. A unique combination that makes Peru one of the
most attractive destinations for mountaineers worldwide. You can practice this
sport in the Cordillera Blanca, Cordillera Huayhuash, both in Ancash, Cordillera
Volcanica in Arequipa, Ampay Mountain in Apurimac.
Almost every corner of the country, with the exception of the coastal desert and
the Amazon basin, is fit to practice mountain biking. The Peruvian waves are
well-known around the world and some of the best breakers, such as Punta Rocas,
south of Lima, or Cabo Blanco to the north are part of world championship
circuit. Peru has ideal beaches to satisfy the most demanding surfers throughout
the year: the central coast has constant waves during winter (April to
September), while the north coast has its famous "flood" between the months of
October and March. Beaches: Organos, Mancora, Cabo Blanco (Piura), Huanchacho
(Trujillo), Costa verde, San Bartolo, Punta Negra, Punta Hermosa, Punta Rocas
for those who like adrenaline, the Andes Mountains is a favorite for lovers of
trekking, mountaineering and mountain climbing More than 12,000 lakes, snowy
peaks that exceed 6,000 meters, the deepest canyons in the world and its valleys
and villages of surprises incomparable. You will always find a raging river
where you can practice canoeing, beautiful trails for bicycling and wayward
winds waiting to be tamed by hang gliders and paragliders.
The beaches of Paracas and the north coast are ideal for water sports like
surfing, fishing and diving. The thickness of the Amazon jungle is the setting
for fishing and observing nature. Peru is the ideal place to enjoy a unique and
unforgettable stay; here you will be able to live at the fullest in every
destination, the most adventurous experience.
In Peru you will be able to live at the fullest in every destination,
the most adventurous experience. Click on at the following tours!
Camp Inca Trail