A visit to Machu Picchu tops many bucket lists, but there is so much more to the South American country than those Incan ruins—though they are rather impressive! Peru not only boasts bustling cities like Lima, but also tiny beach towns, villages tucked into mountains, and even an entire community that lives on islands made of reeds.


How to get to Machu Picchu

Huacachina, Peru—the oasis, and those crazy dune buggies!

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  1. We really loved Peru – these photos are helping us relive our time there 🙂

  2. Excellent, it really is a fascinating place isn’t it! What was your favourite spot?

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