Aventura Perú

Discover Peru, a country with adventure travel, from surfing on the longest left wave in the world to hike the Andes through villages with living traditions, Peru is the ideal place for adventure sports. More than 12,000 lakes, snowcapped mountains exceeding 6,000 meters, and the deepest canyons in the world are also part of this offer adrenaline-fueled.

Cordillera Blanca, Ancash, is the favorite of those who love trekking, mountaineering and rock climbing. Furthermore, in Peru you will find rushing rivers for canoeing, trails for cycling, wind currents waiting to be tamed with delta wings and glider and beaches perfect for water sports. Under the warm sun or starry night sky, Peru is the place you wanted to enjoy an unforgettable stay.


A paradise for walkers in nature. Do trekking in Peru’s Andean move through beautiful landscapes with great views of mountains and lakes; tour the Qhapac Nan, the road network that linked the Inca Empire, and know the culture of the communities that adorn the path. You can cross the Cordilleras Blanca and Huayhuash in Ancash and Cusco, you’ll find more than one route to Machu Picchu.

Highest peaks in Peru adventure travel:

  • Huascaran Sur 6768 meters
  • Huascaran Norte 6655 meters
  • Yerupajá 6634 meters
  • Coropuna 6425 meters
  • North Huandoy 6395 meters


Touching the sky in the Andes of Peru. The Andes is, after the Himalayas, the highest in the world. In the Cordillera Blanca is the Huascaran, the highest tropical mountain in the world and dozens of snowed over 5,000 meters. The Peruvian Andes mountains offer high, medium and low technical difficulty, and the opportunity to make first ascents and new routes.


For the last routes in Peru. Ancient Inca and pre-Inca paths, archaeological sites, picturesque villages and passage through different ecological zones within hours, are attractive Peru travel the bike. From Olleros (south of Lima) a decrease of 3.600 meters starts at only 70 kilometers. Pachacamac (Lima), Cusco, Puno, Arequipa and the Colca Canyon are also perfect for cyclists.


Waves all year in Peru. The Peruvian coast receives a permanent waves all year. In the north, the best surfing beaches are Cabo Blanco, Lobitos, Chicama, with the world’s longest left wave, Huanchaco, Pacasmayo and Bodies. At the center, stand Punta Rocas, home of World Qualifying Series championships, Pico Alto, whose waves are compared with those of Hawaii; Punta Hermosa, Ladies, Knights and San Gallan Island.

Paragliding and hang gliding WITH PERU ADVENTURE:

Taming the wind in Peru. Fans will love the free flight. The Sacred Valley (Cusco) offers the experience of rising above Inca constructions. In the Callejon de Huaylas (Ancash), you’ll towering mountains. And on the boardwalk of the Costa Verde in Lima, you will fly over the sea and enjoy a bird view of the city.


For the deepest canyons of Peru. The Peruvian Andes and deep canyons make Peru a magnificent setting for boating. The most renowned rivers are the Apurimac (class II and V), the Cotahuasi in Arequipa (class V) and Tambopata jungle. The world’s highest lake, Titicaca (Puno), is the best choice for the kayak.