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What is so special about the Ancient Ruins of Machu Picchu Machu Picchu is recognisable to people all over the world. There are many theories as to the origins behind Machu Picchu but three of the most popular ideas include a temple to the sun, a fortress against the jungle inhabitants or a sanctuary for the Incas.
Puerto Maldonado is a relatively small town and is considered a port
town as it lies at the confluence of the Madre de Dios and Tambopata
The great thing about it is that you can fly in, or get there by bus. The town itself is small and does not really offer tourists much by way of sights, so most people arrive and head straight out to the lodges by boat.
Iquitos lies at the headwaters of the Amazon River. It is the most important and also largest of the Peruvian jungle towns. When the rubber boom hit in the early 20th century, hundreds of people from around the world flocked to Iquitos bringing with them their unique cultural heritage and architecture. This variety can be seen throughout Iquitos.
Journey to Nazca from Lima and take a flight over the mysterious Nazca lines. Covering an area of nearly 1,000 square kilometres, there are about 300 different figures, including animals and plants.
Situated in the southern coastal region of Peru, Arequipa is the known a the white city and sits in the shadow of the Misti volcano. Nearby is the Colca River in southern Peru has a depth of about 1000 - 2000 m (3300 - 6600 ft). and the home for the famous Condors. It is home for the famous Condors.
The highest navigable body of water in the world, Lake Titicaca sits 3,800 meters above sea level. Amid this lake are the mesmerizing islands of Taquile, Amantani, and Isla del Sol which protect ancient ways of life and pre-Inca ruins. In the case of the Uros, the reed islands are woven by hand and float upon the surface of the lake!