Peru is an amazing land that offers great variety for the trekking fans. The Andes Mountain range running along its frontiers offers quaint magnificent scenes for the visitor thinking about discovering its beauty on foot. The moist tropical jungles of the Amazon rainforest jungle are yet an additional untouched area, which tempts the serious walker with certain interests. This is the home of a vast selection of reptiles as well as animals that are commonly not find when hiking somewhere else.
A visitor can start tracing the path of the ancient Inca world at the city of Cusco, whose magnificent stone wall surfaces are evidence of the extraordinary history of the place. The city goes to an elevation of 11,200 feet. A hiker could explore the city and visit the archaeological site of the Koricancha, once the most important temple Inca Empire. Also, you can visit the Sacsayhuaman archaeological site, located at the borders of the Cusco city; the best-known area of Sacsayhuaman includes its wonderful plaza as well as its nearby three massive terrace walls. The stones used in the building of these terraces are amongst the biggest utilized in any kind of structure in pre-hispanic America. They present a precision of fitting that is unequaled in the Americas. The Urubamba River Valley is an additional location of interest that can be explored by hikers. Maras is a town in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the town is well known for its salt evaporation ponds that still today are farmed by the local citizens of Maras.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas is in the trail of the hiking tours, which transports the visitors to the colorful and dazzling distant past of the ancient Inca culture that still has its hold on the present Andean society. Machu Picchu, the stunning marvel of archaeology, is also part of the Inca Trail. Machu Picchu was built in the typical Inca style, with polished dry-stone walls. Its three primary structures are the Intihuatana, the Temple of the Sun, and the Room of the Three Windows. Most of the outlying buildings have been restored in order to give visitors a better idea of how they originally appeared. Throughout the hiking tours, it is feasible for the visitors to see vivid Quechua markets and also marvel with the grand glacier-capped tops of the Andes.
Exploring the Inca sites, watching the spectacular flora and fauna along the route and also staying in the gorgeous lodgings makes hiking tours in Peru memorable.