Also called "The City of kings", Lima is a mixture of modernity and culture. It is the capital city of Peru and many say it is the Gastronomic capital of South America. It is located on the central coast of the country, near the Pacific Ocean and the coastal desert. According to the 2007 Peruvian census, Lima had more than 7.6 million inhabitants.


Famous for being part of one of the most arid deserts in the world, where nature mixes with history. Here you can enjoy a sunny weather, beautiful beaches, natural reserves, and valleys with a great variety of flora and fauna. Ica is also home of immense dunes, Pisco and the enigmatic Nazca Lines. And, extreme sports fans and wildlife watchers, there is the oasis of Huacachina.

Puerto Maldonado

Puerto Maldonado is the capital of Madre de Dios in Peru. Located in the Amazon Rain Forest, it is also considered the capital of biodiversity and It is the largest city in the department and in the lowlands of the Amazon of southeastern Peru. This is a magnificent place with abundant virgin jungle and beautiful landscapes. It also has many microclimates, exceptional geography, and a variety of soils.


Cusco is an ancient city that was the capital of the Inca Empire. A visit to this city and its nearby ruins takes you back to the cosmic kingdom of ancient Andean culture. This city is a popular touristic place known as the gateway to Machu Picchu, one of the 7 wonders of the world. An impressive landscape extends from Andean peaks to cloud forests rich in orchids and Amazonian lowlands.

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