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I love and have lived in both Southern Africa and South America, the two continents I offer services to. South Africa and Peru are my homes. I’ve also travelled extensively to Botswana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Kenya, Namibia and Mozambique, as well as to Chile, Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina. I am here to guide you through the process of creating the perfect holiday memory. Just ask me.

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We specialise in travel to Southern Africa and South America. In these two geographies alone, there are too many majestic places to show off in a handful of photographs. But we’ll try and share the best of what these destinations have to offer.

Destinations In Peru

Lima

Lima

Lima is the capital and the largest city of Peru. Its name comes from Quechua Limaq and extends over the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers. It is located on the central coast of the country, on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and bordered by one of the largest deserts in the world. With its more than 9 million inhabitants, it is recognized worldwide for its gastronomy, as well as being the cultural, financial, commercial and political center of Peru.

Cusco

Cusco

Cusco is a city in the Peruvian Andes that was the capital of the Inca Empire and that today is known for its archaeological remains and Spanish colonial architecture. It is the starting point to get to Machu Picchu or the Sacred Valley and has a great wealth of traditions, art, history and gastronomy. It was declared a National Historic Monument and World Heritage Site and is known as the archaeological capital of America.

Puno

Puno

Puno is 3,800 meters above sea level and is one of the highest cities in Peru. It is near the border with Bolivia, next to Lake Titicaca and surrounded by hills. It is known as the folkloric capital of the country for its variety of cultural and artistic expressions, among which the festival of the Virgen de la Candelaria stands out, declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Although it is a small city, it has a lot to offer the traveler.

The jungle of Peru

The jungle of Peru

The Peruvian jungle or the Peruvian Amazon is one of the most diverse areas on the planet. In Peru it occupies 782,880 km2 of surface, which is more than 60% of the country and is a lush, humid and high vegetation extension that is – along with the rest of the Amazon in Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil and Venezuela – one of the great lungs of the world, which maintains the balance of the planet’s temperature and animal life. Although it is the least populated region, most of the ethnic groups of Peru are found here.

Arequipa

Arequipa

Arequipa is the second most populated city in Peru, after Lima. They also call it the White City for the type of volcanic stone of its main constructions; or the City of the Eternal Blue, for its clear skies. It is located next to the Chili River, between the Misti, Chachani and Pichu Pichu volcanoes. Its landscape is attractive for that unique mix of natural oasis, volcanoes and desert that attracts hundreds of tourists every year.

Ica

Ica

The city of Ica is located four or five hours from Lima and is very visited by Lima residents and foreigners. Its name comes from the word IKA, whose root IK in the yungo dialect means: lagoon, well, river. It is a desert territory with oases and dunes, which is located in a narrow valley between the Ica River and the western slopes of the Andes Mountains. A city that attracts curious travelers, wine lovers and those with a spirit of adventure.

Beaches of northern Peru

Beaches of northern Peru

The north coast of Peru has calm and wonderful landscapes. While many travel to the country to tour the jungle and part of the mountain range, the north has that fascinating mix of calm beaches and waves ideal for surfers, fishing villages and a wealth of ancient archeology to explore. But there is more: lots of crafts, adventure, good gastronomic proposals and great weather all year round.

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