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Peru Honeymoons

Peru, often overlooked as a honeymoon destination, offers diverse experiences. From sun-soaked beaches with excellent surf to lush Amazon jungle teeming with wildlife like sloths, monkeys, anteaters, jaguars, and vibrant birds. It’s also home to the awe-inspiring Andes Mountains, where you’ll find the iconic Machu Picchu. Perfect for adventurous honeymooners seeking more than poolside cocktails, you can embark on epic treks, including the legendary Machu Picchu hike or trails through Colca Canyon. Explore the Amazon River by boat and paddle Lake Titicaca, the world’s largest high-altitude lake. In Lima, savor a vibrant gastronomic scene, architectural wonders, and a lively nightlife. Peru offers luxury resorts near top attractions, featuring beautiful pools, pampering spas, and fine dining for savoring authentic local cuisine.

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    It's the little details that matter most

    When it comes to planning your dream honeymoon it is the little things that make it truly unforgettable, like private experiences, complimentary couples’ massages, champagne sundowners, candlelit dinners, and sunset sails. Our travel experts can help create these unique experiences and even add a little extra through our contacts for that extra special honeymoon.

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Where to Go in Peru

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    Cusco & Machu Picchu

    Cusco is the historical capital of the Inca Empire and the gateway to Machu Picchu. It’s a popular base for exploring the entire Sacred Valley while offering a number of highlights of its own, including beautifully preserved colonial buildings, art galleries, and markets like San Pedro where you can try unique eats like guinea pig. Of course, the crown jewel of the region is the famous “lost city” that can be reached with a life-affirming four-day trek on the Inca trail. It’s also possible to ride a train that rolls alongside the Urubamba River, squeezing through precipitous canyon walls before reaching the dramatic sight.

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    Lake Titicaca

    Lake Titicaca is one of the world’s highest navigable bodies of water and the largest lake in South America, stretched along the border between Peru and Bolivia in the Andes. The water along the shore may look murky, but farther out it becomes a clear, vibrant blue. Believed to be the birthplace of the Incas, the area also boasts a number of impressive ruins. Puno, Peru’s folklore capital, sits along the banks, filled with Andean baroque-style architecture while hosting many parades and festivals throughout the year. From here, visitors can also join a boat excursion to visit the Uros people’s floating islands.

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    The Amazon

    The Amazon Rainforest covers almost two-thirds of Peru. A bucket-list destination with incredible diversity, it’s inhabited by nearly 300 mammals, over 800 bird species, and 7,300 flowering plants. Wake up to glorious sunrises with colorful parrots soaring through the skies, pink dolphins swimming through the river, and monkeys playfully swimming through the trees. This is a wildlife enthusiast’s dream, but you can also learn about the rich indigenous culture by visiting some of the villages along the banks of the Amazon. You can even meet the “river people,” or Riberenos, and be welcomed into one of their homes or spend time with a shaman.

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    Lima

    Lima is often the first stop of a Peruvian adventure and it’s worth spending time in, with its mix of pre-Hispanic architecture and modern delights, including a gastronomic scene that’s hard to beat. In fact, there’s so much delicious food you might want to take a tour to sample some of the best, including everything from the national dish, ceviche, to a beef stir fry with Peruvian ingredients called Lomo Saltado. Stroll hand-in-hand through the historic district, viewing ornate architecture in a mix of Renaissance, baroque, neoclassical, and rococo styles. Plus, there are beaches at both the north and south ends of the city.

 
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When to Visit Peru

Peru is a diverse country with multiple climate zones which means the best time to visit for your honeymoon depends on the destination. The Amazon is best visited between May and September, the dry season with warm, sunny days. If you plan to visit Machu Picchu or hike the Andes, that same period is optimal for avoiding the rainy season but there will be fewer crowds in April and October, and there’s a good chance for decent weather. Avoid January and February due to the heavy rainfall. Around Lima and the Pacific coast, the warmest, sunniest time of year is between November and March.

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