Redefining Adventure

Jackson’s Peruvian adventure saw him bungee jump twice in one day, join a mountain biking champion for a scenic ride to an old church town, and hike up to an Andean lake surrounded by glaciers. Pure, uncontained exhilaration.

Build Your Trip


Tip #1

Bring your
hiking boots

If you’re planning on trekking, hiking boots are a must. Spend at least five days on the trails, the set-ups are great and porters will cook and set up camp for you along the way.

Tip #2

Quinoa is
a winner

Peru is a meat-loving country, but there’s plenty for vegetarians to eat too. Beans and quinoa, which is a local grain, act as perfect bases to fill you up after a big day of adventuring.

Tip #3

Be an
early bird

Peru has beautiful sunrises and you’re going to want to see a few of them. Getting to the base of mountains takes time, so get up really early to see the
sun in all its glory.