Cusco, located at an altitude of over 3,400 meters in the middle of the Andes, is one of the top destinations in South America. Its proximity to Machu Picchu is not the only reason for its fame. It is also said to be the most beautiful and varied Peruvian city. In addition, it has a historical significance that hardly any other city in the southern hemisphere can match. Weiterlesen
With almost two million hectares, the Parque Nacional Manú in the Amazon lowlands is one of the largest rainforest reserves on earth. The park was founded in 1973 to protect its intact ecosystem.
Whether hiking at Lake Titicaca or on the Inca Trail, climbing Huascarán or the volcano Misti – Peru’s mountain world promises hikers and nature lovers plenty of variety.
When visiting top destinations in South America such as the Galápagos Islands or Machu Picchu, spectacular natural and cultural riches await visitors.
Not only national parks like the Torres del Paine in Chile make South America so attractive for nature lovers. Also less known nature reserves offer a whole range of activities such as the Argentine National Park Los Glaciares, the Bolivian Madidi national park or the Cotopaxi national park in Ecuador. Weiterlesen