Visiting Peru means experiencing at firsthand an astonishing culture, created by a people keen to show you the best their country has to offer, with its landscapes that touch the emotions, inspiring feelings that can never be forgotten. Peru is rich because its wealth cannot be measured in material things; its richness lies in the smile of a Cusco child, at the end of a fork, beneath feet that stride across sandy beaches, in the brush of a leaf in tropical forests, in the racing wind at the top of a mountain, in the heat on your face as the sun shines down.
It is difficult to explain in words what being in Peru means, because whether you find yourself in the Sacred Valley looking into the face of that Cusco child, or in Máncora eating a fine cebiche, or in La Libertad surfing waves, or in Tambopata hiking a jungle trail, or at Machu Picchu when the cloud forest clears and the bright sun caresses your face… Even if with these words we can give you a sense of what it feels like to be in Peru, it can never be the same as experiencing it for yourself.
|Visa requirements||Documents to enter PERU: You will need a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of your arrival in the country. Depending on your nationality, you may also need a visa. Please check for more information before scheduling your trip.|
|Currency used||PEN (SOL PERUANO)|