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SPONSORED FEATURE VISIT PERU


MAIN: Sacred Valley, Cusco FAR LEFT: Machu Picchu LEFT: Lima BELOW LEFT: Llanganuco Lagoon, Ancash


is also particularly attractive to those interested in gastronomy, thrilling adventure activities, birdwatching and luxury lodges.


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EXPERIENCE THE RICHNESS Visitors to the homeland of the Incas will discover a place full of adventure, mystery and tourist attractions for everybody. As a modern and cosmopolitan country, Peru off ers a variety of entertainment, art, design and music, alongside one of the most prestigious and delicious cuisines in the world, which has truly gone global in recent years. Peru is one of the world’s 10


megadiverse countries and contains countless natural wonders with endemic plant and animal species, which only


adds to the destination’s richness. Then there is the diversity and uniqueness of Peru’s landscapes, sounds, colours and fl avours. Clients will also undoubtedly want to journey back in time to discover ancient civilisations and experience Peru’s immense cultural heritage, which can only truly be appreciated in person. Cusco, the gateway to Machu Picchu and the birthplace of the world, also features captivating landscapes such as the Sacred Valley where the mountains are clothed by terraces and fascinating traditional local villages. Activities are plentiful in stunning natural locations including cycling, boating, horse-riding and paragliding to name just a few options. The capital Lima is known for its beaches, gastronomy and a rich architectural heritage featuring both traditional and impeccably modern buildings. The city of Puerto Maldonado off ers the opportunity to explore the Amazon rainforest and river, as well as taste delicious local dishes, while the Nazca Lines in Ica are mysterious fi gures in the desert, revealing the legacy of an ancient culture that all visitors should see and enjoy.


FURTHER INFORMATION


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Photography: Leonel Ortiz, Juan Puelles, Carlos Ibarra, Prom Peru


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