Being the land of Inca ruins, delicious food and breathtaking landscapes, Peru has it all. Because of its rich cultural history and high biodiversity, this stunning country is a heaven on earth for both culture and nature lovers. Whether your clients are looking for hiking adventures, luxury beach holidays, learning about the Inca Empire, sandboarding in the desert or all of the before mentioned: everything is possible in beautiful Peru.
On top of its famous highlights, such as Machu Picchu and the mysterious Nazca Lines, Peru also has a wide variety of interesting off-the-beaten-path destinations. One of them is Chachapoyas, the pre-Inca ruins where an Indiana Jones movie has been filmed. Near Cusco, the impressive mountain Apu Ausangate offers amazing trekking opportunities in a pristine area where your clients will encounter very little other tourists. And of course, the coast should be visited, if only to try a fresh ‘ceviche’ on a tropical beach.
A different way to explore Peru is through our Pure! Elements. These unique activities create a more in-depth experience for your clients, for example by learning about traditional weaving, swimming with sea lions and have lunch at in a transparent capsule at 400 meters high.
Pure! Peru is a dedicated B2B Destination Management Company (DMC) in Peru. Our professional and passionate team is specialized in tailor-made travel services. Thanks to our extensive experience, both leisure tourism and incentive travel form the expertise of Pure! Peru, and we always go a few steps further to make sure our clients receive the best services and products.
Our efforts of sustainable practices related to social, cultural and environmental tourism have been recognized and rewarded by the TourCert organization, who are recognized internationally as experts in responsible tourism. Pure! Colombia is certified by TourCert until 2022; the recertification process will be realized before the expiry date.
The Peruvian Coast measures 2415 kilometers (1500 miles) and exists out of beautiful beaches tempting guests to just relax under the palm trees. They should not just stay there, however, since tourists can also visit wonderful natural and cultural sites in this region. From the small town of Paracas, for example, travelers can sail to the Ballestas Islands to observe the huge colony of sea lions and penguins. Also the mysterious Nazca Lines are located in Peru’s coastal area and are located not far from Huacachina, a lovely oasis surrounded by desert.
Machu Picchu, located in the Andes Mountains, is without doubt the most famous Inca complex in the world and a once-in-a-lifetime destination. However, the Andes in Peru have much more to offer, both in terms of culture and nature. In the area of Cusco, once the exciting capital of the Inca Empire, wonderful treks of different levels lead through impressive landscapes of canyons and valleys. One of those valleys is the Sacred Valley, hidden under the skirts of lush green mountains, with interesting cultural sites and colorful indigenous markets. Another highlight of Peru is Lake Titicaca with its floating islands and interesting community life.
Peru exists for 60% out of rainforest that covers the entire eastern part of the country. This endless jungle is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world and home to many exotic species, such as sloths, anacondas, monkeys and jaguars, even though feline species are shy and very rarely seen in the jungle. In Manu National Park, located northeast from Cusco, visitors have the biggest opportunity to spot wildlife. Further south, Puerto Maldonado also offers wonderful jungle options.