Peru is one of the most diverse countries with a famous tourist attraction center known as Machu Picchu. Machu Picchu is situated in the Andes Mountains and is incredibly precious to Peru. However, apart from Machu Picchu, Peru offers much more features ranging from the green Amazon Rainforest and the Pacific Coast to hiking spots and rainbow mountains. If you’re in Peru or planning to visit, here are things you can do in Peru in a weekend;
Explore the Lush Amazon Rainforest
Do you know that the Peruvian part of the Amazon rainforest has one of the most diverse sections? In Peru, you can find the different forms of the Amazon rainforest, including the Amazon basin, as you pass through Carhuasanta and Andes. You can gain access to the Amazon Basin through Puerto Maldonado and Iquitos.
Visit Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is more like Peru’s most significant tourist attraction spot. Many people who visit Peru do not miss out on exploring the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. You can decide to hike Inca Trail or walk the Lares as you find your way to Machu Picchu to enhance your experience.
Hike the Colca Canyon
If you’re a lover of hiking, you shouldn’t miss out on the splendor of the Colca Canyon surroundings. As you hike through, you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery. If you are trekking, you might need to take it slow to avoid altitude-related sickness as the Colca Canyon has a depth of more than 10,000ft.
Discover the Floating Reed Islands of Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca is popularly known for its floating islands. An indigenous tribe known as Uros inhabits the Islands, which offers fascinating scenery to them. Being a Man-made Island, the Island is totally made of reeds. No doubt, when you discover the Island, you may assume that your legs might go through the reeds, and you’ll glide into the lake.
Experience Sandboarding in Huacachina
You’d be surprised to discover the enormous sand dunes in Peru. Huacachina, a small village in Peru, is a desert with giant sand dunes. Adventure-seeking and thrill-loving tourists usually leverage on the sand dunes for sand boarding activities. Getting sandboarding equipment is no challenge, as many hotels and hostels can provide it. Watching the sunset from the sand dunes can enhance your overall experience as you visit Huacachina.
Let’s say that Peru’s got a little bit of everything, so you’re going to have an amazing weekend in Peru. Explore all the exciting places and adventures Peru has to offer with your friends or family, and enjoy the most memorable weekend of your life.