South America travel agencies have been to excel in all standards of tourism services, offering the highest possible quality within Peru, Chili and overseas. They are looking for permanent relationships based upon total trust, generated only through many years of fulfillment and excellence in service. They present very attractive tours around their country and especially to Peru and Chili.
Peru discovers a rich and ancient past and a vibrant present with the extraordinary Andes Mountains and the Amazon basin, making it one of South America's most popular destinations. Thousands of archaeological sites are all over the country, ranging from 10,000 thousands years old camp sites of early hunters to the monumental stone walls of sixteenth century Incas in Cusco.
Peru's museums are filled with amazing ceramics, textiles and extraordinary objects of gold, silver and copper from the wealth of the Moche culture that flourished 500 BC in northern Peru. By the fifteen century the Incas began to grow from the Cusco valley to built their empire. At the point of maximum expansion around 1500 the empire reached six of today's South American countries connected by a 23,000 km road network. The empire came to an end with the arrival of the Spaniards in 1532. From this time Peru discovers other life of their people, history, traditions. The legacy of colonial Peru is found in the churches and viceregal mansions, built by the Spaniards who made Lima the seat of the Spanish Viceroyalty until the country obtained independence from Spain in 1821.
Peru discovers also travel agencies that have an impressive track record of success because of steady professionalism, high ethical standards and sound financial support. More than 100 hand picked multilingual professionals constantly monitor and keep track of the passengers needs that are supported by offices located in the most important tourist destinations (Lima, Trujillo, Arequipa, Cusco and Puno) All the offices are equipped with the most modern and sophisticated processing systems as well as owning a fleet of different capacity vehicles and uniformed personal. As a Destination Management Companies provide a high quality product at competitive prices for conventional tourism, Special Interest, Adventure and Incentive Travel, and shore excursions for the cruise industry.
Peru discovers a different perspective: you on old Inca roads down to the Sacred Valley of the Inca, around the highest mountain of the Cusco region or along the eastern slopes of the Andes through the Manu Cloud Forest down to the Amazon Rainforest. Cusco, the former Inka capital, is the ideal starting point for innumerable trips through different landscapes of South America visiting the scenes of ancient cultures. A visit of the Manu Ecolodge will be a most unforgettable experience. Peru Discovery is your specialist for jungle tours and mountain bike and hiking adventure holidays.
Don't forget about other South America's pearl - Chili. Chile discovers excellent opportunity for travelers. Chile is divided into four mayor regions each spanning the narrow width of the country. In the north end, great volcanoes, desolate lava fields and huge trackless dunes characterize the desert of Atacama.
Central Chile is dominated by mighty Mt. Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere witch towers over rich and fertile vineyards. The Central Region also boasts world renowned ski resorts Santiago the capital city, Valparaiso and Viña del Mar are located in this region. Chile's Lake Region is an unspoiled paradise between the sea and the Andes. It is a region of sparkling clear lakes, snowcapped volcanoes and miles of wilderness. In the unexplored and cold southernmost region, the mountains range dip into the sea creating innumerable channels, Fjords. In the Chilean Patagonia, the steppes shaped by the cold winter from Antarctica appear at the bottom of the world. Easter Island located 2,355 miles west of the Chilean coast, the most isolated Island on earth. Roughly a 45 square mile triangle dotted with more that 600 giant statues called "Moais."