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The Regions of California

From the mountains to the beaches, the redwoods to the deserts and from the metropolitan cities to the unique small towns,
California provides endless opportunities for discovery.

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Highlights of Peru

Amazon River

Amazon River

The source of the Amazon is situated amid snowcapped mountains, from where it emerges to become the source of life for the largest tract of tropical forest on the planet. Home to more than two thousand species of fish, it is the main communication route for millions of people.

Luxurious cruise ships navigate its waters and reveal to visitors the wonders of Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.

Iquitos is the departure point for a journey along waters that will take you into the heart of the rainforest.

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Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

"For the variety of its charms and the power of its spell, I do not know another place in the world that compares to it," is what Hiram Bingham, the American explorer who rediscovered the citadel of Machu Picchu in 1911, said. And now, this Wonder of the Modern World is one of the most visited destinations in America.

Located on top of a mountain in the middle of a tropical forest, it is considered the tourist attraction par excellence in Peru. The historic sanctuary is a place that captivates tourists not only for its dazzling architectural beauty, but also for its important historical-cultural legacy, which has led it to be recognized and admired throughout the world.

Declared Cultural and Natural Heritage of Humanity in 1983 by UNESCO, it is probably the most amazing architectural construction of the Inca Empire. This citadel is made up of temples, palaces, terraces, monuments, complexes and walls; in addition to water channels, built with large blocks of stone, without any amalgam, proof of the great wisdom of the Inca civilization.

Surrounded by forests in the province of Urubamba (Cusco), Machu Picchu annually receives approximately 1 and a half million visits. It has an area of more than 30 thousand hectares, where it is possible to find a varied flora and fauna, as well as wooded areas, steep mountains and snow-capped peaks.

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Club Adventures in Peru

Ancient Peru
10 day tour, from $2,999

Ancient Peru

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