Peru: the ultimate Birding experienceWhy is Peru the birdiest country in the world? Peru ties Colombia with over 1800 species of birds, more than 85% of which are permanent residents. Peru is second only to Brazil in the number of endemic birds and second only to Indonesia in the number of bird species with restricted geographical ranges. Several rainforest lodges in Peru offer superb birding, each with a list of over 550 species! In 1982 a team of birders in Manu in southeastern Peru established the current world record "big day" when they recorded 331 species while only walking and paddling canoes.
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Declared "Archaeological World Heritage Site" by UNESCO (1994).
The Nazca Lines are located in the arid Peruvian coastal plain, some 400 Km south of Lima, the geoglyphs of Nazca and the pampas of ...Find out more
Virgin of Candelaria Feast (February 9)
Faith in the folk capital of the Americas, color, dance, music, dresses, masks and lovely people. The Feast in honor of Virgin of Candelaria, patron of the city of Puno, is made in the first fortnight of February each year, and represents the largest and most important cultural event, musical and dancing by Peru, and one of the three most significant in South America ...
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Exotic jungle experience (2D)
Recreation, enjoyment and short eco-adventure in the Amazon Rainforest. Right place for families who are looking mix the Amazon experience.
Special rates from $ 180
Mystic Jungle Quest (4D)
Ayahuasca Session with Shaman and enjoy the pristine Amazon rainforest, near to Tambopata Candamo Reserve. It is one of the best tours in Tambopata.
Special rates from $ 650
City tour Lima vision (1D)
The best way to enjoy Lima and its history. Our excursion offers Limaâs best attractions in its three historical periods.
Special rates from $ 26