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Indulge Yourself With Luxury Travel In Peru

Have you been stuck in a same place for what, a couple of months? Well, maybe it is time for you to unwind and relax in a new environment and perhaps get a view of another culture.

Peru maybe one of the places that wouldn’t go in your mind first when you think about going on vacation but in fact for the last seven years or so Peru has offered luxury accommodations and services. It was once a place considered for tired backpackers or wandering hippies yet today Peru caters to all kinds of travelers the luxury they deserve. It is known for a hot spot for luxury hotel developers and providers.

According Luxury Travel Magazine,

In the last 3 years alone, the City of Cusco and nearby Sacred Valley of the Inca’s has seen the opening of 7 spectacular luxury hotels and resorts, including 2 additional orient Express Hotels (El Rio Sagrado & Palacio Nazarenas) and the J.W. Marriott Hotel rumored to have cost around US$ 80 million. Delfin Amazon Cruises and Aqua Expeditions are two of the leading providers of luxury Amazon River Cruises in the region. Guests aboard their specially designed boats can enjoy expeditions deep into the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve with all the comforts of a 5 star hotel. With limited availability, prices for this once-in-a-lifetime exclusive experience easily rival most Galapagos and Pacific cruises.

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You shouldn’t missed two of Peru’s pride luxury train journeys. First is the Hiram Bingham colored in deep blue with gold livery that leisurely travels its way from Cusco to Machu Picchu. The gourmet meals, live on-board entertaining, the best local guides and afternoon tea at the Orient Express Sanctuary Lodge Hotel are all included in the ticket.

The second one is the Andean Explorer Train which is considered as one of the top 25 train journeys in the globe. It winds its way from Cusco to Lake Titicaca and provides its passengers the privilege to see the wonderful Andean mountains and the flat Altiplano where wild alpaca, vicuña and llamas wander.

If you are up for the food, Peru’s capital Lima is one of the best known culinary destinations. In fact, at the 2012 World Travel Awards held in Delhi, Peru won “World Leading Culinary Destination”. You must dine at Astrid & Gaston, Central and Malabar. Let’s just say, these are the reasons why Lima claimed the prize.You see Peru has a lot to offer. So perhaps you’ll be adding these places in your bucket list?


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Peru may not be the most popular travel destination but we are sure you don't want to miss it!

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