The tang of a Pisco Sour. Rays of sunlight reflecting off tranquil Lake Titicaca. An Andean condor soaring in the mountain-framed sky. With awe-inspiring nature and sumptuous cuisine, Peru is a treat for the eyes, ears and taste buds.
With Belmond’s exclusive selection of inspiring activities, you’ll find endless things to do in Peru. Browse through our top recommendations below.
Step back in time as you saddle up to explore the natural wonders of the Sacred Valley.
Let your creative side run wild and live like a real Limeno as we guide you through the artistic district of Barranco.
Journey from Cusco to Arequipa aboard South America’s most fabled luxury train.
Head out to Condor’s Cross as day breaks and watch these magnificent birds swoop on the morning air currents.
Be dazzled on a tour of the hotel’s art collection, then head to the kitchen to discover Peru’s culinary heritage.
Make your base moments away from Machu Picchu and experience the ancient citadel in ways you could never have imagined.
The emblematic drink of Peru, learn more about the history and distillation of Pisco before whipping up a delicious Pisco Sour.
Whether meeting local artists, Andean shamans or even baby alpacas, we bring you closer to the real characters of Peru.
Peru is famed for its many wonders, from the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu and the dramatic mountains of the Sacred Valley to the buzzing life of Lima. But at Belmond we believe it’s the personal encounters that really stay with you. Our exclusive experiences help you connect with the country’s countless characters.
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From the comfort of our luxury sleeper train, glide through a landscape of snow-capped mountains, majestic lakes and infinite horizons. Stop and explore Incan relics and otherworldly traditional villages.
With plunging gorges, smoking volcanoes, lush green hills and dramatic desert slopes, it’s no surprise novelist Mario Vargas Llosa named Colca the “Valley of Marvels.”
A huge range of fantastic local produce and traditional dishes combine with culinary influences from across the globe to make Peru one of the world’s best food destinations.
Make the most of Lima. Whether you are after beaches, beer, museums or markets, take a few tips—and live like a local in this beguiling capital city.
When the American explorer Hiram Bingham first visited Peru in 1908, he wrote of its snow-capped mountains: “They tempted me to go and see what lay beyond. In the ever-famous words of Rudyard Kipling there was ‘Something hidden! Something lost behind the ranges. Lost and waiting for you. Go!’”
When the Incas moved north of Cusco to the Urubamba Valley, they knew they had come across sacred land. With a rolling river mirroring the Milky Way, fertile soil in which crops could flourish and a pleasant year-round climate, this land would become home to one of the world’s greatest civilisations.
“Art is the highest form of hope,” wrote the painter Gerhard Richter in 1982. It’s a phrase that resonates profoundly with the creative culture of Cusco.
Soaring views, rich culture, fascinating wildlife… In the Colca Valley, there’s something new to discover at every step. Aldo del Campo, Hotel Manager of Belmond Las Casitas, counts down his top experiences.
Dance down to Machu Picchu, be blessed by a Sacred Valley shaman, mix up a mean pisco sour in Cusco: Belmond lets you experience Peru in ways you could never have imagined.
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