Planning a Bachelor Trip to Peru? A Comprehensive Guide for an unforgettable Adventure

You may know that Peru is one of the best reasons to travel abroad to your country, especially if you have planned a bachelor trip. Peru has it all. Incredible places to see, endless experiences, amazing history and culture, and of course, the best food in the world.  Just check out the comments in all the search engines, magazines and newspapers around the world.

Peru is a country full of charm, with many areas to discover and with which you will fall in love. Peru’s landscapes are incredibly diverse. From the majestic Andes Mountains to the Amazon Rainforest and the arid beauty of the Nazca Desert. The country’s breathtaking. Peru has one of the most diverse landscapes in the world, and is extremely beautiful. With the Andean mountains and a long coastline. But Peru also offers you rich and diverse cultural attractions: Inca ruins, beautifully colored textiles and handcraft are just some highlights

Let’s start by Lima, the capital of the country

Nestled on the Pacific Ocean with incredible views of the sea at sunrise and sunset, make your visit a pleasure.

In Lima you can live in very cultural and historical places as well as have a lot of fun in the waterfront neighborhoods of the city. Lots of churches and museums. Lots of funny adventures in Miraflores and Barranco areas and all the places with restaurants everywhere you go, with the very best food in the world.  Lima is almost mandatory to visit

Let’s continue with Cusco


Cusco city, the center of the former Inca Empire which was voted the best city in Central and South America by Travel + Leisure readers in this year’s World’s Best Awards. The city where you will fall in love of.  As KimKim says, a city where you can sleep like a king in a palace as some hotels were converted palaces and mansions that date back centuries.

Cusco – The navel of the world

The Incas considered Cusco to be the “navel of the world”, capital of the Empire and the center from which lines of spiritual power, or “ceques” radiated to all key points of their cosmological universe.

Magic city, with a life of its own, full of charm in every corner.  Churches, nearby monuments, colors, aromas and flavors.  Cusco is that and much more including its bars and restaurants and an intense night life

With its experiential Sacred Valley that includes towns and experiences as specific as Pisac, Chinchero, Maras, Moray, Ollantaytambo and so on.

These villages are the way to the most enigmatic and full of emotional citadel, the seventh wonder of the modern world, Machu Picchu.

Try a full-day tour or the worldwide known Inca Trail

Arequipa with one of the deepest canyons

Arequipa, the legendary White City, where its noble history can be felt in the air, beneath the eternal watchful gaze of its volcanoes. This is apparent in the walls of its streets, buildings and churches; in the wonderful geography that has created a fertile valley


The Colca Canyon with a depth of about 1000 – 2000 m (3300 – 6600 ft) (whereas bottom is at 2000 m and edges are at 3000 – 4000 meters above the sea level), it is one of the deepest canyons in the world.


Puno is famous for the hospitality of its people and the joyfulness of their festivities, dances and rituals. In Puno, traditions are expressed in celebrations that explode into fiestas every day of the year

Where the highest navigable lake in the world is located, Lake Titicaca with its own life and its native islands full of charm and where Local communities believe that the shape of the lake depicts that of a puma hunting the rabbit.

Paracas & Nazca


Towns very close to Lima, in the near south.  Paracas a very important place for the history of Peru, full of wild fauna and flora, a natural paradise on the coast, preserved in the Paracas National Reserve, making the area the only protected area in the country.

You can observe animals such as dolphins, Humboldt penguins, sea lions or parihuanas, among others, thanks to the different excursions offered to tourists.


Nazca, on the other hand, offers the mysterious glyphs that were imprinted in the Peruvian desert 1,700 years ago. Traced on one of the driest deserts in Latin America, the Nazca Lines have human forms. Mystical birds. Sacred animals. Impossible geometric shapes. And all on a grand scale, traced on the desert in south-central Peru over hundreds of hectares.

Start your dreams and wishes, start the Peruvian experience

It is must to include Peru in your next trips

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