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Tropical Peru sits on the west coast of South America. Its northern tip touches the equator, and it straddles the Andes with the Amazon Rainforest on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. Lima, the capital city, presents a colonial face with Spanish architecture and a thriving art scene, but most visitors will want to see the country’s ancient and natural treasures.
The Inca Trail is an approximately four-day hike following in the footsteps of the ancient Inca people. It starts near the historic town of Cusco and ascends high into the Andes, finishing at the ancient city of Machu Picchu. The city was abandoned during the Spanish conquest and remained undiscovered by outsiders until 1911. If you want to see the ancient walls and pyramids, but don’t want to tackle the multi-day hike, it is possible to take a train.
Another of Peru’s ancient wonders is the enormous Nazca Lines. These lines, carved in the soil of the Nazca desert, depict images of animals, plants and geometric shapes. The lines can be seen from an observation tower, but the best way to take them in is by plane.

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