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Found on many backpacker’s bucketlists this iconic sight is a must for visitors to Peru. Take a tour through the Incan structures or simply sit up the top and enjoy the panoramic view as the clouds roll in.
Seen many times on your Instagram feed no doubt, Rainbow Mountain lies in the Andes of Peru. Mountains lit up in various colors as a result of minerals mixing with the sand on the hillside. This sight is a 3 hour drive from Cusco followed by a 6 mile hike to reach the lookout. For the best way to get there check out our blog post here.
Located off the coast of Paracas lies what is known as the ‘Poor man’s Galapagos’. These islands are inhabited by 1000’s of seal and penguin colonies. Take a boat tour to see Penguins, Seals, Native Birds and much much more.
NAZCA FROM ABOVE
The lines are found in a region of Peru 200 miles southeast of Lima, near the modern town of Nasca. In total, there are over 800 straight lines, 70 animal and plant designs and 300 geometric figures, also called biomorphs.
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Peru Travel Film
Check out one of Tom’s earlier films from his time in Peru. It showcases a lot of the sights and attractions mentioned above and gives a very good glimpse of what you will see when you visit Peru. Check it out!
The first time Tom visited Peru was actually part of a University trip which had him spending a month in the country for the purpose of filming a documentary.