Our 9 top (mostly) non-archaeological things to do in the Sacred Valley in Peru including encounters with condors and the Maras salt pools.
Explore the Pisac archaeological site in the Sacred Valley in Peru where the Inca's skills as farmers, warriors, and builders are on display.
Karajía stands out among the archaeological sites in northern Peru for its collection of unusual and well-preserved burial sarcophagi high on a cliff face.
The Revash archaeological site in Peru is home to unusual cliff face burial structures and vibrant petroglyphs created by the Chachapoyas people.
The fascinating Kuélap archaeological site is older than Machu Picchu, full of residential and ceremonial buildings, and home to Peru's only cable car.
Gocta Waterfall in northern Peru is one of the world's longest free-falling cascades and this pleasant trail through lush cloudforest takes you right to it.
In northern Peru, our Amazon adventures began where the road ends in the city of Tarapoto where we got an introduction to the area's culture and cuisine.
Explorama pioneered Amazon travel in Peru and the group is still going strong with lodges and activities including Ceiba Tops and the epic Canopy Walkway.