Peru Sur Nativa

is a new alternative for those looking for outstanding, safe, high quality travel experiences in South America. Our founder, Raul Montes, has over 25 years of expedition guiding experience, and all our guides and staff share a passion for adventure and exploration, allowing us to become intimately familiar with the best in nature, culture, and adventure South America has to offer. Our love for this magnificent continent has inspired our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in environmental stewardship and proper treatment of our guides and porters. We aim to contribute positively to communities and our natural surroundings on our trips, and to ensure that these beautiful places remain intact for the next generation.

Featured Tours

MANU BIRD PARADISE

PERU

4 Days

MANU BIRD PARADISE

Manu Cloud forest, Manu rain Forest, Andean villages, Colonial town of Paucartambo, Peru's national bird cook of the rock.

MAGIC CUSCO

PERU

4 Days

MAGIC CUSCO

Two of the worlds most exotic places, Cusco and Machu Picchu, are the focus of this three day trip. These jewels in the crown of the Inca Empire can only really be appreciated first hand.
The center of the Inca Empire was Cusco or “Navel of the World” in Quechua – the native language of the Inca and still widely spoken today in the high Andes. Cusco is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the whole of the Americas and evidence of the Inca culture is in evidence over much of the city.
The centre of Cusco and the surrounding areas are a fascinating symbiosis of the original Inca architecture and the later Spanish Colonial additions. Intricately carved Colonial cedar balconies can be seen supported by Inca foundations showing the amazing craftsmanship of the Inca stonemasons. A short exploration of the narrow cobbled streets is like a walk through a living museum.

Close to Cusco is the huge complex of Inca sites including Qenqo, Puca Pucara Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman – site of one of the most important battles between the Inca and the Spanish Conquistadores. Sacsayhuaman is the location of one of the most important festivals in Peru, Inti Raymi in June each year.

A train ride through the spectacular scenery of the Sacred Valley brings us to Machu Picchu - the “Lost City of the Incas” with Inca stonework unrivalled anywhere in the world. This World Heritage Site, never found by the Conquistadores and forgotten even by the Incas themselves was discovered underneath dense jungle growth by the American explorer Hiram Bingham in 1911.
The unbelievably detailed masonry of these mysterious ruins displays the amazing skill of Inca stonemasons. To this day no one is completely sure why the city was built and then abandoned, various scholars have their own theories but this jewel in the crown of Inca architecture remains as enigmatic as the day it was discovered.

CUSCO CULTURAL

PERU

3 Days

CUSCO CULTURAL

Two of the worlds most exotic places, Cusco and Machu Picchu, are the focus of this three day trip. These jewels in the crown of the Inca Empire can only really be appreciated first hand.
The center of the Inca Empire was Cusco or “Navel of the World” in Quechua – the native language of the Inca and still widely spoken today in the high Andes. Cusco is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the whole of the Americas and evidence of the Inca culture is in evidence over much of the city.
The centre of Cusco and the surrounding areas are a fascinating symbiosis of the original Inca architecture and the later Spanish Colonial additions. Intricately carved Colonial cedar balconies can be seen supported by Inca foundations showing the amazing craftsmanship of the Inca stonemasons. A short exploration of the narrow cobbled streets is like a walk through a living museum.

Close to Cusco is the huge complex of Inca sites including Qenqo, Puca Pucara Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman – site of one of the most important battles between the Inca and the Spanish Conquistadores. Sacsayhuaman is the location of one of the most important festivals in Peru, Inti Raymi in June each year.

A train ride through the spectacular scenery of the Sacred Valley brings us to Machu Picchu - the “Lost City of the Incas” with Inca stonework unrivalled anywhere in the world. This World Heritage Site, never found by the Conquistadores and forgotten even by the Incas themselves was discovered underneath dense jungle growth by the American explorer Hiram Bingham in 1911.
The unbelievably detailed masonry of these mysterious ruins displays the amazing skill of Inca stonemasons. To this day no one is completely sure why the city was built and then abandoned, various scholars have their own theories but this jewel in the crown of Inca architecture remains as enigmatic as the day it was discovered.

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