Join us on an epic adventure around Peru with its fascinating history, lively culture, and stunning scenery in our travel blog. From the mysterious remains of Machu Picchu to the towering Andes Mountains, Peru is home to breathtaking natural attractions. Find out about secret valleys, verdant jungles, and vibrant marketplaces. Our blog is a veritable treasure trove of travel advice, interesting articles, and breathtaking photos that will take you deep into Peru's varied ecosystems and fascinating history. Peru is a magical place where you may make memories that will last a lifetime if you come with us on this incredible journey.

Machu Picchu Mountain | Ultimate Trekking
Here you will find everything you need to know about Machu Picchu either only from an educational field or if you are thinking of traveling to Peru, we will try to answer from what Machu Picchu is, who, why and for what they built it, how is its…
Located in the Andes mountain range in Peru, Colca Canyon is one of the deepest canyons in the world. With a depth of over 10,000 feet, it is more than twice as deep as the Grand Canyon in the United States. The canyon is home to various wildlife,…
Pikillacta | Ultimate Trekking
Pikillacta or Pikillaqta is located in the South Valley, on the outskirts of Cusco. In the micro-basin of the Lucre valley, on the hills of the Huchuy Balcony Hill, which overlooks the Huacarpay lagoon. It was a pre-Inca and Inca settlement, being…
San Pedro Market Cusco Peru | Ultimate Trekking
San Pedro Market is the main market in the city of Cusco Peru, located just a few blocks from the Plaza de Armas. It's a vast, two-story market with aisles and stalls selling everything from fresh produce to souvenirs. You can find just about…
Llamas at Machu Picchu | Ultimate Trekking
The llamas at Machu Picchu are an attraction that you will see when you visit. It can give you a moment of happiness to see their curious behavior, although they did not always live in Machu Picchu. Everything would seem to indicate that they have…
Sacsayhuaman Fortress | Ultimate Trekking
Sacsayhuaman is located north of the city of Cusco in Peru. Exactly on the platform bounded by the Saphy River and the Chunchullmayo River. Originally, they built it as an Inca ceremonial temple of Hanan Cusco dedicated to the sun god. After the…
Huayna Picchu | Ultimate Trekking
The Huayna Picchu Mountain hike and climb went viral on social media with breathtaking, life-defying photos. Not for nothing is it known as the "stairs of death", but is it really scary? After overcoming the stairs to Huayna Picchu, you will receive…
Ceviche is a Peruvian Food | Ultimate Trekking
Peruvian cuisine has 491 typical dishes, in addition to 2500 soups and 250 representative desserts, is another tourist attraction. Of all the dishes of Peruvian food I will show you those that you must try if you come to Peru, because you will find…
Sacred Valley of the Incas | Ultimate Trekking
Close to the city of Cusco, you will have to make a must visit. The Sacred Valley Peru is popular in recent times for its history, tradition, Inca sites, the Urubamba river, local villages and food. You can find it between Cusco and Machu Picchu.…
Inca Trail to Machu Picchu | Ultimate Trekking
All roads lead to Rome, here in Peru all roads lead to Machu Picchu, that is, there are several ways to reach the wonder of the world, but nothing compares to the Inca Trail, a challenge that will give you hidden Inca constructions and memorable…
Salkantay in Peru | Ultimate Trekking
The Salkantay Mountain is at the top of the heart of the Andes. This mountain stands out as one of the 25 best treks in the world according to National Geographic Adventure Travel Magazine. However, the main enigma of the mountain is that it is…
Inca Art and Culture | Ultimate Trekking
Through Inca art we can discover the capacity and development of the Inca culture. Ceramics, textiles and metal works are displayed in museums around the world. Because this civilization has unique characteristics in its art that you have to…
Hiram Bingham | Ultimate Trekking
We all know that Hiram Bingham rediscovered Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu. But few know about his childhood, the problems with his parents, his successful marriage, and other discoveries before finding the wonder of the world.