South of Peru

Lake Titicaca - Fascinating landscape

Lake Titicaca

A beautiful landscape and a wealth of species have made Lake Titicaca a popular tourist destination. The world's largest inland lake now before the?
Island Amantani The island of „Mother Earth“ and „Father Earth“

Amantani - the island of "Mother Earth" and "Father Earth"

In Amantani, the clocks are slower: there are no cars on the island and there is only one generator, but it is broken. However, he misses it
Chivay – the entrance to Colca Canyon

Chivay - the entrance to Colca Canyon

In the south of Peru is the legendary Colca Canyon, which is, after all, the second deepest in the world and Chivay is considered a perfect starting point for excursions in the
The Cañón del Colca – the Colca Canyon

The Cañón del Colca - the Colca Canyon

In the south of Peru, the Cañón del Colca is the second deepest gorge in Peru and almost twice as deep as the American Grand Canyon.
Huacachina – an oasis in the middle of the Peruvian desert

Huacachina - an oasis in the middle of the Peruvian desert

About 300 km from the Peruvian capital and five kilometers from the town of Ica is the only oasis of the two Americas: Huacachina.
Ica – the city of eternal summer

Ica - the city of eternal summer

Ica is a hot, busy and busy city on the edge of the desert, about 300 km south of the Peruvian capital Lima. Around Ica
The salt pans of Maras

The salt pans of Maras

Hidden between the meandering streets suddenly opens the view of hundreds of salt pans in the valleys of Maras. Salt in the middle of the
The city of Nazca and the famous Nazca lines

The city of Nazca and its famous sights

The tranquil town of Nazca is the capital of the province of the same name in the Ica region, about 450 km south of Lima, directly on the Panamericana
Paracas – Where the desert meets the sea

Paracas - Where the desert meets the sea

Just a few hours south of Lima is Paracas, a small town, a peninsula, a bay, a nature reserve and once home to the eponymous pre-Inca
Islas Ballestas: Where the guano comes from

Islas Ballestas: Where the guano comes from

The Islas Ballestas are an attractive destination for those who want to get to know other sides of Peru than the ancient cultures and the Andes.