It’s hard to mention Peru without noting the spectacular Machu Picchu, where the journey leading up to it is just as stunning as the place itself. Some of Peru’s most visited sights include the Ica region, the Amazon, Lima and Sacred Valley. Peru is definitely one of those destinations for wholesome sights of nature. Our range of Peru holiday packages include a variety of luxurious hotels situated in some of the most stunning parts of the country.
Known for its Spanish architecture and old city charm, once the capital of Peru, explore 17th century cathedrals and Inca remains. Cusco is also the gateway to the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, making this a wonderful choice of base for your Peru holiday.
Boasting of high-rise buildings and a beautiful coastline, Lima is a colonial city with 16th century cathedrals, sweeping nature parks and a cluster of galleries, restaurants and shops. Day tours to the Temple of Pachacamac, local communities and Bohemian Barranco are popular excursions to really see the city of Lima.
Situated near Cusco, sacred Valley is one of Peru’s wonders with plenty to explore. Explore Inca citadels of Pisac, trekking routes and rustic markets. A day trip to Sacred Valley is a must, but if you want to explore this incredible landscape in depth you can stay in the sacred Valley, with a range of luxurious retreats to choose from. Don’t miss the Sacred Valley of your to-do list on your Peru holiday!
What is the currency in Peru?
How long does it take to fly to Peru?
A flight from London Gatwick to Jorge Chavez International Airport takes around 12 hours and 30 minutes.
What is the time difference in Peru?
The UK is 6 hours ahead of Peru.
When is the best time to go to Peru?
The driest season in Peru is from May to September, which is the best time to visit the likes of Machu Picchu and the Inca trail. The wet season in Peru is from December to March.
Do you need a visa to go to Peru?
As per the Gov.uk website, British nationals do not need a visa to travel if the purpose of the visit is tourism.