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Cuzco and Machu Picchu

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

You could spend one or two weeks in southern Peru, which offers a very rewarding short circuit covering the most important and popular si...

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The jungle

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

Peru’s eastern jungle includes zones with some of the highest levels of biodiversity in the world. There are two distinct areas where tou...

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The Central Highlands

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

If you’re planning on spending more time in the Central Highlands, one variation would be to travel overland from Cerro de Pasco via Oyón...

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Chachapoyas and the far north

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

Cajamarca gives access to the more remote Chachapoyas region, which contains a bewildering number of pre-Hispanic archaeological sites. A...

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The Cordillera Blanca

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

Huaraz in the Cordillera Blanca is only seven hours by road from Lima and one of the world’s premier high-altitude recreation areas, with...

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Nazca and the Paracas Peninsula

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

As an alternative to the highlands, try a week or two on the southern coast taking in the Paracas Peninsula(near Pisco), with its marine ...

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The Andes

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

A trip to the central Andes from Lima can be done fairly quickly, calling at Huancayo Huancavelica and Ayacucho in a week to 10 days. Alt...

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The Inca Trail

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

The wonder of Machu Picchu has been well documented over the years. Equally impressive is the centuries-old Inca Trail that winds its way...

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Two weeks in Brazil - Amazon to Recife by beach

created by Footprint more than a year ago

Head to the vibrant colonial city of Belém at the mouth of the Amazon, being sure to arrive on a weekend to make the most of the fabulous...

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Two Weeks in Argentina

created by Footprint a couple of years ago

Two weeks allows you to see a lot more, but will require a non-stop itinerary. Enjoy fast-paced Buenos Aires in all its glory for three ...

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