Colonial Charm and Adventure in Breathtaking Peru

Peru is so much more than just mystical Machu Picchu. The land of the Incas has lots to offer and is full of culture and adventure. Yes, you’ll find ancient Incan cities, but also lush, tropical jungles full of exotic wildlife, and colonial towns and cities where living costs are low.

Peru has over 1,500 miles of undeveloped sandy coastline , the Andes form the country’s spine, and lots of folks say you’ll discover the best food in South America in Peru…

See below for pictures from intrepid IL Editor, David Hammond’s recent trip to Peru.

An hour's drive from the thriving town of Cusco you'll find the Sacred Valley of the Incas, home to thriving market towns and many contented expats. Arequipa—Peru’s second largest city—is situated at the foot of the enormous Mount Misti, a volcanic mountain and beloved landmark. In Cusco's Plaza de Armas (main plaza), hundreds of Peruvians dress in traditional garb and take part in a musical celebration. Machu Picchu—the ancient Incan city perched high on a misty mountaintop—attracts over one million visitors a year making the region a good place for entrepreneurial expats. Get up close to the distinctive red roofs of Cusco and youll find they're covered with tiny ceramic bulls—a practice said to bring good fortune to its people.
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Machu Picchu—the ancient Incan city perched high on a misty mountaintop—attracts over one million visitors a year making the region a good place for entrepreneurial expats.

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