Historical sites or food? 7 ways to explore Peru in South America

Peru, a niche and lesser-known country. Here, whether you enjoy searching for historical landmarks, experiencing leisure activities, indulging in delicious cuisine, or exploring natural scenery, Peru can offer you a comprehensive travel experience, allowing you to fully enjoy the pleasure of tourism. If you are ready to leave your own footprints in Peru, then let's explore these 7 unique ways together!

inca trail

Gameplay No.1: Explore the Sky City along the Inca trail, delve deep into the Andes mountains along the Inca Road, and climb up to the Inca city of Machu Picchu to admire the magnificent wonder of the world, and imagine the glory of the Inca Empire in ancient times.

Nazca Lines

Gameplay NO.2: Leap over the mysterious Nazca Lines; Nazca is either the handiwork of extraterrestrials or a civilization that transcended time thousands of years ago, a mystery that remains unsolved to this day. Over 800 giant linear patterns are scattered throughout Nazca, known as "Nazca earth drawings" or "Nazca lines," only visible from high above. These patterns are the masterpieces of the Nazca civilization, which thrived from AD 100 to 800. Some of the lines are simple, while others are more complex, with even recognizable images.


Game No.3: Savor the delicious Lima with your tongue. Lima, the capital of Peru, a city with both urban scenery and humanistic feelings, which has been praised as the "South American capital of gastronomy" and has over 4,000 Chinese restaurants. Peru is a new star in the world's food industry and has been rated as a world food destination for many years. Central restaurant in Lima has been ranked fourth in the world's top 50 restaurants. In Lima, from high-end restaurants to street vendors, there are surprises of delicious food waiting for you to discover.


Gameplay No. 4: Take a luxurious train ride experience, starting from Cusco, take a train to slow down your journey. Peru's train travel offers a unique experience. The Andes mountains outside the window, Inca decorations, food, exotic atmosphere, and scenery are unforgettable. This luxurious sleeper train is probably the most stunning and comfortable mountain experience in Peru. In addition to the room-style compartments, Andean Explorer includes two luxury dining cars, a viewing car with an outdoor observation deck, and the train's interior is carefully designed. The suites are comparable to star hotels and can accommodate up to 68 people. The train travels through the Andes Mountains at an altitude of 4,800 meters, shuttles through the world's deepest canyon, Colca Canyon, and passes through two world cultural heritage sites, Lake Titicaca, and Arequipa.

Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain

Gameplay No.5: Embrace the rainbow mountain trip to the internet-famous scenic spot, Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain. Because it had been hidden under ice and snow for many years, Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain was not discovered until 2016. The mountain is colorful and breathtakingly beautiful, becoming a popular spot for Instagram photos. The rainbow mountain seems like a jewel embedded in the earth, like a rainbow after the rain. The colorful mountain peaks undulate like a palette of paint spilled on the canvas under the blue sky and sunshine.
Gameplay NO.6: Explore the Amazon Rainforest, which is known as the "Lungs of the Earth" and is home to a large number of exotic animals and plants. It is a precious treasure trove of the Earth's ecology and a mysterious kingdom of adventure. The Amazon River runs through Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Guyana, Suriname and other countries, and is the world's largest river in terms of flow rate, drainage basin area, tributary number, and second in length, providing about one-fifth of the Earth's freshwater resources. The Amazon Rainforest covers an area of 5.5 million square kilometers, and is the most ecologically diverse tropical rainforest in the world. Peru accounts for 13% of the total area of the Amazon Rainforest. Staying at an Amazon Rainforest hotel is also a way to experience this gift from nature.

Lake Titicaca

Game NO.7: Cruising around Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable freshwater lake in the world. Bask in the golden sunshine and marvel at the floating islands made of giant reeds. Lake Titicaca is the highest and largest freshwater lake in South America, surrounded by a world built of reeds where the air is filled with the fresh, humid smell of straw. Locals still reside along the lake, preserving ancient indigenous traditions of fishing and hunting birds. Their warmth and hospitality are unmatched.