Peru isn’t just about Machu Picchu.
Want to take a secluded trek to an alpine lagoon, surf the world’s longest rideable left-handed wave, or check out some of South America’s most colorful festivals? Our insiders have all the info you need.
From classics like ceviche to exciting fusions like Chifa (Chinese-Peruvian cuisine).
Dizzying alpine trails in the Cordillera Blanca, a rewarding hike to the lost city of Choquequirao, and more.
Go off the beaten path to discover bustling local markets and exuberant fiestas.
Explore the history and mysterious remnants of Peru's many ancient cultures.
Skim down a sand dune, rappel down a waterfall, or raft the world’s deepest canyon.
Venture deep into Peru’s vast jungle, and check out some of the 14,500 animal species that call it home.
If you’re looking for a ghost-town vibe à la an old Western film, the out-of-the-way surfer’s paradise of Lobitos will not disappoint.
Peru may well be the birthplace of surfing – and its long coastline offers waves for adventure lovers of every level.
No longer a "lost city," Machu Picchu is famous for a reason – but these ancient marvels are equally worthwhile, and get a fraction of the crowds.