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Whitewater rafting in Peru © NeilsPhotography

Kayaking and Rafting

Peru is home to the source of the mighty Amazon River and a number of other powerful rivers, and provides many opportunities for kayakers and rafters to enjoy world-class whitewater. There are options to suit all levels of experience, with gentle runs for novices and extremely challenging stretches for experienced paddlers…

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Surfing, South Africa © Ms.akr

Surfing

Peru is a wonderful destination for surfers, boasting some of the longest waves in the world, consistent offshore winds, reliable swell, and fairly warm water. The north coast has one of the largest left hand point breaks in the world and long, empty waves in beautiful locations. Lima is the travel hub for surfers,…

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Runkuraqay, Inca Trail, Peru © Steve Pastor

The Inca Trail

The world famous Inca Trail is just one of the numerous paths built by the Incas that crosses remote parts of the Andes, but this 27-mile (43km) stone paved trail was constructed as a royal highway to reach the impregnable citadel of Machu Picchu lying high in the mountains and deep in the cloud forest. It is the foremost…

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Whitewater rafting in Peru © NeilsPhotography

Kayaking and Rafting

Peru is home to the source of the mighty Amazon River and a number of other powerful rivers, and provides many opportunities for kayakers and rafters to enjoy world-class whitewater. There are options to suit all levels of experience, with gentle runs for novices and extremely challenging stretches for experienced paddlers…

read more


Surfing, South Africa © Ms.akr

Surfing

Peru is a wonderful destination for surfers, boasting some of the longest waves in the world, consistent offshore winds, reliable swell, and fairly warm water. The north coast has one of the largest left hand point breaks in the world and long, empty waves in beautiful locations. Lima is the travel hub for surfers,…

read more


Runkuraqay, Inca Trail, Peru © Steve Pastor

The Inca Trail

The world famous Inca Trail is just one of the numerous paths built by the Incas that crosses remote parts of the Andes, but this 27-mile (43km) stone paved trail was constructed as a royal highway to reach the impregnable citadel of Machu Picchu lying high in the mountains and deep in the cloud forest. It is the foremost…

read more