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Images of the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu have been indelibly linked to Peru – after all, it is one of South America's most famous sites. Peru is a haven for adventure travellers who like their mountains high, jungle thick, rivers wide and treasures buried. Once you've trekked through the Andes and admired the condors gliding above and taken a slow boat down an Amazon river, life is never quite the same. There are sand dunes to wander, beaches to enoy and seals languishing in the Pacific to spot.

Peru: Machu PicchuMachu Picchu

Specific sites you might want to consider getting to during your time here include:

  • Chavín de Huántar – a pre-Incan archaeological site from 900BC
  • Lake Titicaca – on the Peruvian/Bolivian border and covering more than 8,000 square kilometres, this is the highest commercially-navigable lake in the world
  • Nazca – on the southern coast, famous as the base of the ancient Nazcar civilisation and its lines in the desert representing animals and other designs
  • Huascarán National Park – a high Andean park home to Peru's highest peak (6,768 meters), rivers, lakes, glaciers and replete with flora and fauna

Peru: Plaza de Armas, LimaPlaza de Armas, Lima

Most vistors land in Lima, a city of about 8 million. There are samples of pre-Hispanic and colonial architecture, night clubs awash with Peruvian beats and Miraflores – with its hotels, restaurants, shops and parks – is the area attracting most tourists. If you spend much time here you may uncover the hidden museums and galleries, the stuffed-to-the hilt bookstores and out-fo-the way private golf courses. Book a flight to Peru if you're all set to go!

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