Pulsating. Enormous. Fascinating. Peru’s views are simply spectacular.

Peru stretches 1,300 miles south of the equator. The landscape consists of Andean highland villages, towering glaciated mountains and volcanoes and is flanked by the impenetrable jungle of the Amazon Basin and 2,000 miles of Pacific coast. Inca and Spanish conquistadors influenced local traditions and created a versatile atmosphere. Explore the Inca ruins of the lost city of Machu Picchu. Take a helicopter flight to the mysterious Nazca Lines, meticulously carved into kilometer-long boulders. Arrive Easter to see the colorful and often stunning Andean celebrations.

Hike on the Inca Trail, enjoy Humuntay Lake and the sacred Chakana Viewpoint, followed by a ceremony on the top of the mountain by a local shaman and a traditional dinner in Pachamama. Hike through the Sacred Valley or take a ride on the Hiram Bingham luxury train to Aguas Calientes for a private tour and dinner at Machu Picchu. Rafting on the Urubamba River; exclusive access to ancient archaeological sites; Take a private flight to the Ballestas Islands and enjoy a quiet private boat tour to see penguins, sea lions and blue-footed boobies. Get lost in the bustling, modern capital, Lima, known for its award-winning gastronomy. Haggle over brilliant handwoven textiles in the marketplace. Combine nights in Berglodges with magnificent former colonial palaces and boutique hotels in the cities.

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On the highest railway of the South American continent, you zigzag the clouds, crossing 69 tunnels and 58 bridges. And every time you look out the window, you will be surprised by an incredible natural backdrop that not only robs you of the words, but also of your breath. The Andean Train – an adventurous and at the same time unique way to experience the beauty of Peru and its secluded corners – let it be!


The intricate course of the Amazon River sets the route for your luxury cruise ship. Cruise past the dense and mysterious jungle, catch a glimpse of the pink river dolphins and experience kayaking and how human beings and nature live together in one another – a fabulous symbiosis that will make a lasting impression on you!


True to the motto: “The best comes last”, trek on the last part of the Inca Trail to arguably the most significant testimony of Inca rule: the Machu Picchu. When you arrive at the Sun Gate, you will be granted a first glimpse of the ruins of the “old mountain” and suddenly – as if overwhelmed by the beauty of this sight – all your hardships and sweat drops will be forgotten! Invest your last powers and reach – proud of yourself and full of anticipation – the ruins of this sanctuary. A magical moment that remains priceless.


Snow-capped peaks, lakes of aboveground blue, hills of colorful sedimentary rocks and the soothing tranquility of the Peruvian mountain world. Your private trekking through the Cordillera Vilcanota not only brings you unique photo opportunities, but also makes living encounters with man and nature possible, gives you energy and inspiration, and lets you float carefree into another world.


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Season / Weather / Climate

The climate in Peru is very different depending on the region, there is no general best travel time.

Peru is located just south of the equator and is divided essentially into three regions and climatic zones, the coastal region (Costa), the mountainous region of the Andes (Sierra) and the tropical Amazon region (Selva).

The Andean region and the Amazon basin are best visited during the Peruvian winter. It starts in April / May to September (Andes) and December (Amazon). A visit to the coast is recommended from December to March – just the opposite. Because of the cold Humboldt stream and the Andes in the east, the central and southern coast of Peru is a barren desert in which it hardly rains. In the north, on the other hand, El Nino experiences some rainfall and temperatures of up to 35 ° C in the “summer months” between December and March. At Lima and south of it, the thermometer rarely climbs above 30 ° C. In the Peruvian “winter” of the months April to October, it is often cloudy and foggy at 15-20 ° C. In the Andean region of Peru, the climate is almost exactly the opposite. Here are the months of May to September, the best months of travel and it rains often in the Peruvian summer. While it usually has around 20 ° C during the day, the mercury column can turn down to well below 0 ° C at night. The snowfall limit is usually around 5,000 m altitude.

Also in the Amazon basin is the best time to travel in the Peruvian winter during the months of April to December. However, it rains much more frequently throughout the year.

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The time difference compared to the Central European Time (CET) is -6 hours. During summer time the time difference from Germany to Peru is -7 hours.


The official language in Peru is Spanish and Quechua, the language of the ancient Incas. Depending on the region, different dialects of both languages ​​and other local languages ​​are spoken. The tourist areas speak Spanish and sometimes English.

To eat and drink

Just as different as the landscapes and the climate is the kitchen. It is very much regional, depending on whether you are on the coast, in the mountains or in the Amazon. For drinks, the Peruvians prefer corn drinks.


Diverse and multicultural – this is perhaps the best way to describe Peruvian society. Hospitality is high, but rural people are often a bit more reserved. The majority of the Peruvian population are Catholics (about 90%). The remaining 10% are distributed among a Protestant minority and other religions. In principle, there is freedom of belief in Peru. The people are believers and live their religion in various rites and customs. The history of the country has mixed many races in Peru, the Peruvian society today is diverse and multi-cultural. This one recognizes u.a. in over 1,000 different styles of music. The population of Peru is i.d.R. very hospitable, restrained in rural areas. One tends to tardiness (“Peruvian era”). Casual dress is accepted, but too liberal clothes belong to the beach.

Peru travel with unforgettable journeys

Embark on a unique Peru trip that you will never forget. Fantastically spectacular landscapes, extraordinary accommodations and the direct connection to tradition and culture on site – with us you make a casually wild and exclusive luxury trip.

Experience the colonial city of Cusco with its far-reaching Inca history. Explore the white city of Arequipa and relax in one of the deepest canyons in the world, Colca Canyon in the hot springs of Colca Lodge while condors pass overhead.

On the boutique cruise ship Delfin you will discover the curves of the Amazon and follow the pink dolphins through the dense green while kayaking. With the luxury train Belmond Anden Explorer you rattle meditatively through surreal landscapes of the Andes and approach the Machu Picchu on unknown paths. You experience the magic of Lake Titicaca completely relaxed from the luxury of the private island of Isla Suasi.

The Sacred Valley is both an adventure playground and a teaching platform of Inca history. On their Peru trip, you will discover this region of Peru together with your children by mountain bike, on horseback or while rafting. A very special insight into the life on the ground prepares you for a visit to our sponsored projects with outstanding guides who bring the history of the Inca to life.

We design your Peru trip according to your needs and wishes. We are experts for unique experiences in Peru and plan not only your accommodation but also your day and evening. You have guaranteed unforgettable moments with unforgettable journeys.