Guanaco, Patagonia

Peru

From the otherworldly wonders of Atacama Desert and the Valley of the Moon to the incredible marine and birdlife of the nutrient-rich Humboldt Current, the rugged western coast of South America is our stomping ground for our immersive Peru tours. With Zegrahm Expeditions experts and naturalists at your side throughout your Peru tour, you’ll visit quaint colonial towns and pre-Columbian ruins, discover the volcanoes and glacial lakes of Lauca National Park (a Biosphere Reserve)—look for the Andean flamingos!—and Zodiac cruise among seals, sea lions, Peruvian boobies, and pelicans. Our cruise to Peru is in style and comfort as we glide in and out of stops along the coast, including Lima, where we’ll take in the city’s beautiful colonial Spanish architecture and join an ornithologist for a birding excursion.

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