Being the Andes the backbone of Peru, this has determined the wide variety of landscapes and geography that you can find in this tropical country: stunning sites such as its dazzling snow peaks or its lush Amazon jungle and one of the most stunning deserts on the planet. Trips and experiences that thousands of rally competitors worldwide have enjoyed.
The wide variety of landscapes and geographical features has influenced its people who have adapted to their territory, very particularly. Included in this adaptation, local food and drink play a major role. Moreover now that the world is rediscovering Peru as a destination not only for adventure, but also as a gastronomic and cultural must.
Nazca Lines, Colca Canyon, Titicaca Lake, Kuelap Citadel and Gocta Waterfall in Amazonas, the snowy mountains of the Cordillera Blanca, the Moche and Chimu pre-Inca pyramids in the north, the beaches of Piura and Tumbes , the deserts of Ica and Arequipa, the enigmatic Amazon and Machu Picchu of course, are some of the wonders that await you. You just have to choose the adventure you want to live. WELCOME!
Located at the heart of South America, this high land is considered the roof of the region. Starting from the Titicaca Lake heading north, the Andes define its wild and indomitable geography that complements with its forests all the way to the east of the country. Our main destination are the infinite wide Salt flats of Uyuni, a stunning white sea of over 10 thousand square kilometres at 4000 m.a.s.l., perfect to feel in perspective with the universe. Further south, the beautiful lakes.
The north of Chile, majestic and wild, houses the world's driest desert: the Atacama Desert and the beautiful town of San Pedro with its quaint streets and fine dining restaurants.
Known for its wines, desert and its friendly people, this austral economic power receives us with open arms in its northern and rural region.