Titicaca - Lake

It lies at more than 3,800m above sea level on the altiplano between Peru to the west and Bolivia to the east, the limpid waters sparkling in the high-altitude sunlight. Titicaca is the largest freshwater lake in South America and one of the highest and deepest of the world’s large lakes, thought to be three million years old. 

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Machu Picchu

The most extraordinary example of lanscape architecture in the world, Machu Picchu, whose name means “old mountain” in Quechua, is carved into the a granite moutaintop. Using ingenious techniques, the Incas were able to haul massive stone blocks, then sculpt and polish them with astonishing refinement. 

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Choquequirao, also known as the “cradle of gold,” is located where the eastern slopes of the Vilcabamba mountain range meet the canyon formed by the Apurimac river, a place where the landscape varies from 6,000-meter snowcapped mountain chains all the way down to torrid tropical valleys at 1,800 meters. 

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The city of Cusco was the capital of the Inca empire. Declared Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO in 1983, it is undoubtedly one of the most important destinations in Peru. 

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Arequipa - Canyon del Colca

Located in the southeast of Peru, Arequipa is the center of the southern part of the country that includes the departments of Apurimac, Cusco, Madre de Dios, Moquegua, Puno, and Tacna. It is also part of the tourism corridor of southern Peru. 

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