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Travel to Peru and discover its magnificent people, culture and customs from the days of pre-Inca to today, as well as the diverse geographical regions of the Andes Mountains, Amazon Rainforest and the Pacific coastal desert. 

Leave a Neutral Carbon Footprint in Peru | Responsible Travel

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Our "wild style" of travel was founded on the principle that culturally and environmentally responsible travel can be a powerful force for change. Whenever you travel with us you're supporting local guides, locally owned boutique hotels and conservation efforts, but now you can go a step further.  We're excited to share that when you book any ...
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Manu, Tambopata, Iquitos… oh my! Choosing the Right Jungle Lodge in Peru for You

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Planning a trip to the Peruvian Amazon can be overwhelming. While there are many questions to think about, the beauty of the Peruvian Amazon is that you will see extraordinary wildlife and you will be able to stay in a comfortable lodge. There are a few main areas to choose from: Manu, Tambopata, and Iquitos. The guide below will help to outline wh...
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Machu Picchu & Amazon Trip Review: "The whole trip was amazing!"

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The Habers had a wonderful trip to Peru  that spanned from the foodie paradise of Lima to the Peruvian Amazon to the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu. It sounds like there were a lot of highlights - including a jaguar sighting! Here's a little more from them: "We had a fabulous trip and as usual you worked your magic and took wonderful care of u...
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Peru Guest Review: "The euphoria of standing at the Sun Gate left us feeling a real sense of accomplishment and awe."

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The Brooks and their grandson just returned from our trip  "Best of Peru: Machu Picchu and the Amazon" and shared their highlights and photos with me. " Despite the grueling one-day hike for two 70-year olds on the Inca Trail, I think we all agree reaching the Sun Gate and seeing Machu Picchu below was a definite highlight. The euphoria o...
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Dining Out in Lima: Maido

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​Peru has long been a rising star on the global culinary scene. Lima, in particular, is home to three of the world's top 50 restaurants (2018). Ideally located on the shores of the Pacific ocean, much of Lima's culinary scene finds inspiration from the bounty of the sea. Maido, #7 on the world list, is the unique fusion of Peruvian and Japanes...
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