Peru is a country rich in culture and natural resources. The people of Peru are very welcoming and genuinely friendly. The official language in Peru is Spanish, but many people still speak the language of the Inca, Quechua.
- Shop the Inca Market in Lima
- Hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
- Eat a cute furry alpaca (the most common meat in Peru) or roast a guinea pig (a delicacy)
- Chew Coca leaves or brew a Coca tea to fight the altitude
- Watch the Condors soar over the deepest Canyon in the World
- Negotiate the waters of the highest navigable lake in the world and visit the floating Islands of Urus made of reed
- Take a scenic Train Ride in style through the Andean Mountains
- Fly over the Nazca Lines, that can only be seen from high up in the air
- Get lost in the Jungle looking for undiscovered Inca riches
Visitors to Peru should be familiar with the symptoms of Altitude Sickness
and should consider vaccination for Peru
Pre-Inca civilizations have dominated the area for centuries before the Inca started dominating the area in the 15th century.
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