Peru a country where the diversity and authenticity of the culture, nature and food hold’s the essence of life itself. It is one of the world's 10 mega diverse countries containing countless natural wonders with hundreds of endemic plant and animal species. Peru is known for its archaeological monuments, ecotourism in the Peruvian Amazon, cultural tourism in colonial cities, gastronomic tourism, adventure tourism, and beach tourism. Peru is a multi-ethnic nation that comprises native Americans, Europeans, and Sub-Saharan Africans. Spanish, Quechua and Aymara are the official languages of the country. Peruvian culture is rooted primarily in Spanish and Amerindian traditions. Some popular festivals celebrated in the country include Fiesta del Inti Raymi, Semana Senta, Q’oyoriti and La Fiesta de la Marinera.
If planning to visit Peru, miss not the world heritage sites, altogether eleven locations in Peru is designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, three of these places being national parks. These monuments receive many tourists due to their uniqueness, aesthetic attraction, and cultural significance.
And travelling to Peru might be best explained by a very common saying “ Journey is better than the destination”, it has also been experiencing a continuous growth in luxury travel, the Belmond Andean Explorer will be South America’s first luxury sleeper train. Chugging through one of the highest rail routes on the planet, it will offer passengers a unique vantage point on Peru as it takes in sights such as Cusco, Lake Titicaca and Arequipa. Discussing cuisine you can explore a bounty of food markets in the cities of Peru. There are street side corners selling beef skewers. However, Peruvian Nouvelle cuisine is famous with those who love to splurge on fine dining. So form food, luxury and convenient travel to exploring the unexplored places Peru has it all!