To Peru – for diversity!
More than 100 thousand archaeological sites, gastronomic and educational tourism, ecotourism, beach and adventure holidays – that's why tourists come to Peru. There are many pre-Columbian sites, as well as several unique biotopes that can be found only here.
As you can seeon the map, the territory of Peru, washed by the Pacific Ocean, is rather extensive. The equator is the territory of everlasting heat, and hence beach vacation here never ends. The mostpopular places< /strong> are the resorts of Punta Sal, Mancora, as well as deserted beaches of El Silencio, Senorita, Santa Maria and others.
Peru is also renowned for its wildlife sanctuaries which, according to the guidebook, occupy 13 % of the national territory. The localattractions< /strong> include the Manu Biosphere Reserve and Tambopata National Reserve. There is another incredible place – the Titicaca Lake, which is the highest navigable body of water in the world. The photos taken here will be inimitable!
An ascent to one of the volcanoes will be unforgettable too. The most famous volcano here is Misti, 5.822 m high. You can go hiking to the Mountains of Salkantay, Ausangate, and to the Cordillera Blanca. There are peaks for both unskilled tourists and professional summiteers. Those who prefer transport, can use trains, buses and domestic airlines to travel around Peru.
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