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Destinations 2018-01-08T21:02:37+00:00

PERU

Peru is a vast country located in the western part of South America, made up of a variety of landscapes, from mountains and beaches to deserts and rain forests. Peru has 84 of the 103 existing ecosystems and 28 of the 32 climates on the planet, making it one of the most ecologically diverse in the world. There is much to explore and plenty to discover. Here, you can learn more about the wonderous destinations you will visit when you travel with Go Llama Tours.

THE AMAZON

The Amazon is the world largest rain forest and covers nearly half of Peru. It is home to many species of plants and animals that are unique to the region. Many tribes that call the Amazon home have never even seen the outside world. Being a Shamanic country and having the largest amount of shaman on earth after India, the Amazon is where shamanism continues in its least changed form, where the indigenous people and their ancient wisdom and beliefs remain unchanged.

THE HIGHLANDS

The Highlands is home to the Andes, the largest mountain range in the world and runs through Peru from north to south. Home of the one of the biggest ancient empires on the planet – the Incan Empire, the Peruvian Andes provides spectacular views of snow capped mountains and glaciers. It is in the Highlands where you will find the most famous temples, palaces and forts built by the Incans, including the most amazing of its creations – Machu Picchu.

THE COAST

The Pacific Coast of Peru is 1,400 long miles of desert strip. The region is known for being one of the best places on earth to surf, with Pacific waves being some of the most impressive. Peru’s coast combines surf and sunshine with sparse beaches, stylish places to stay and and some of the best seafood in the world. The Coast was also home to many ancient civilizations who built many pyramidal temples,forts and palaces – a standing reminder of formidable cultures that have been lost to history. 

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