Beyond Machu Picchu, The True Peru Experience.

Holidays to Peru can take many forms to suit a variety of interests. Tours to Peru are probably the most popular form of Peru holidays where everything is organised as a package. Time spent with the map of Peru beforehand will be time well spent.

Peru travel tours are not all the same by any means. Trekking Peru is a wonderful way of getting up close to everything and with the help of your Peru travel guide you won’t miss anything.

Peru holidays must include tours of Machu Picchu, the fabled lost city of the Incas. Indeed so absorbing is this site that holidays to Machu Picchu alone are not unknown. A map of Machu Picchu will be a great help here.

Apart from those planning a gap year Peru time will be limited for most visitors and no holiday in Peru would be complete without visiting Machu Picchu there is much more to Peru. Following the Inca trail to such gems as Lake Titicaca, the highest commercially navigable lake in the world for instance. There you can tour the lake and its islands by boat. Have a look at a map of Lake Titicaca so you’ll know where are.

Tour Cuzco the regional capital which dates from even before the Incas. Use a map of Cuzco to find the historic sites. There are many things to do in Cuzco but our tour Peru still has more to show you. Bring a map of Lima, the capital because there’s a lot to see there. Tours in Lima are available and are well worth taking.

So you see your adventure Peru can be so much more than just adventure Machu Picchu. Just look at a map of Inca trail and you’ll see that trips to Machu Picchu are just part of it.

The rivers are an excellent way to travel Peru and it has so many, mostly tributaries and branches of the mighty Amazon. Rafting Peru is yet another eco-friendly option offered by Addicted to Travel.

Travel to Peru with Addicted to Travel and you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that your tour company takes its responsibility to care for the environment and provide sustainable tourism very seriously. It’s a long way to Peru but well worth the journey.

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