Peru – The Home of the Ancient Incas

Thanks to a long history defined by major ancient civilizations, Peru is home to more than 5000 archaeological sites. Many of these remain shrouded in mystery, but are still capable of transporting visitors to the periods when such societies flourished. For example, a visit to Machu Picchu reveals the perfection of the Inca empire; this sacred city can be reached onboard the luxurious trains that run through imposing mountain scenery dotted with colorful Andean villages.

Peru is synonymous with natural beauty and it is one of the world’s ten most biologically diverse countries. With more than 200 protected natural areas, it possesses 84 of the planet’s 117 life zones. Peru has created 14 national parks, 15 national reserves, 9 national sanctuaries and 11 reserved zones. It is home to more than 1800 species of birds and 10% of all the reptile, mammal and fish species that exist on Earth. It also has 3 500 varieties of orchids.

Peru is also a paradise for lovers of adventure, offering a range of outdoor sporting activities for the curious, beginners, amateurs and experts, including trekking, climbing, mountain biking, surfing, paragliding, hang gliding, camping, canoeing and kayaking. These are just some of the most popular activities that form part of the host of possibilities offered by the varied geography of Peru.

Key Facts

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Peruvian Sol (PEN)

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Time Zone

GMT -5

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May - Nov

Key Cities

Over half of the country is blanketed by lush green Amazon forest, has a desert coastline that stretches over 2,500km and has some of the world’s most pristine unspoilt virgin land.

Peru’s cities are a perfect balance of modern without losing its ancient heritage and maintaining its Spanish influences.

Peru has acquired enormous experience in hosting the most important global events over the last ten years; it stands ready to welcome congresses, meetings and incentive trips, and offers you more than you might expect.

Peru is in a privileged position to host incentive trips. In addition to his long history, its good hotel infrastructure and excellent gastronomy provide a variety of scenery and activities without a lot of traveling. But above all, it provides unique and transforming experiences that cannot be had anywhere else.

Peru's rich cultural heritage is never more real and visceral than when you are immersed streetside in the swirling madness of a festival. Deities of old are reincarnated as Christian saints, pilgrims climb mountains in the dead of night and icons are paraded through crowded plazas as once were the mummies of Inca rulers. History is potent here and still pulsing, and there is no better way to experience it.

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