Six of the best ancient Incan accomplishments
Rainforest Expeditions operates three lodges on the Tambopata River in southeast Peru. All are buried in thick jungle with no road access, and all provide endless wondrous astonishment.
Five tips to getting that great shot at Machi Picchu.
A market trip and kitchen adventure in Peru's foodie capital.
The high Andean city of Cusco is the gateway to Machu Picchu but has abundant architecture, cultural sites, cuisine and shopping to charm visitors on its own terms.
And don't forget dessert – churros con chocolate, of course.
The Peruvian city of Cusco is home to half a million residents but attracts four times as many visitors each year.
Much more than the famed Incan citadel that features on everyone's bucket list, Peru's sights are as rich and varied as the colourful garb adorned by its people. To the south, bewildering geoglyphs, the continent's largest lake and spectacular canyons, and to the north, its ancient cities tempt. Pique your palate with ceviche or Amazonian chocolate from its unique cuisine, and graze at extensive markets.