Peru is a nation steeped in heritage and traditions, with roots tracing back to ancient times. The Inca Empire, whose legacy still resonates in Peru today, is evident in everything from the traditional attire to the myriad of archaeological wonders dotting the landscape. Beyond its ancient history, Peru was also shaped by its colonial era, leaving an indelible mark on its architecture and cultural practices, adding to its allure and magnetism for tourists. But Peru's appeal doesn't stop at its history and culture. The country is equally celebrated for its breathtaking natural splendors, from the majestic Andes mountains to the pristine Amazon rainforest. Whether you're trekking the iconic Machu Picchu, marveling at colonial-era edifices, or immersing yourself in the vastness of nature, Peru offers a diverse tapestry of experiences for every traveler.
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Sacred Valley, Cacao/Coffee Farm, and Machu Picchu Tour
If you would like to share a unique experience with a local family during your stay in Peru, and love coffee and/or chocolate, then look no further than this tour! You'll visit families in the jungle of Cusco that are members of a local cooperative to learn about the arduous work that goes into coffee or cacao production.
Enjoy the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and discover the magnificent Incan constructions at Pisac and Ollantaytambo. Then visit a local coffee farm and family who will teach you about local agriculture, principally coffee production.
Experience the beauty of the Amazon rainforest at Refugios Amazonas Eco Lodge, located in a 200-hectare private reserve within the buffer zone of the Tambopata National Reserve. This stunning 32-bedroom lodge is the perfect escape for adventurers, nature lovers, and families who want to immerse themselves in the beauty and wonder of the rainforest. Whether you're seeking adventure or simply want to relax and appreciate the natural surroundings, Refugios Amazonas has something for everyone.
Experience the breathtaking beauty and unique biodiversity of Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula in our film. Covering just 0.0001% of the planet's surface, this tropical rainforest is home to 2.5% of the world's species. We fell in love with the region when we first visited in 2012, but were shocked to learn that the planned construction of an international airport threatened to destroy its natural beauty forever. Join us on our journey to learn more and help protect this incredible place. Don't miss this amazing film. Watch the full documentary >