Titicaca National Reserve
The National Reserve of Titicaca (RNT) is located on the continental waters of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, in the immediate vicinity of the provinces of Puno and Huancané in the department of Puno, at an average altitude of 3,810 masl . It covers 36,180 hectares.
Ancient Inca and pre-Inca roads, archaeological sites, picturesque towns and passages, and the opportunity to pass through several ecological areas in just a few hours are the attractions of riding a bike around Peru. There are places like Olleros (to the south of Lima) where there is a descent of 3,600 meters in just 70 kilometers of road.
Peru has more than a dozen rivers that cover its varied coastal, hill and jungle regions. Its five longest rivers cover more than 7,000 kilometers within the country's borders. The power of the water in some of these rivers allows makes rafting possible, a sport of pure adrenaline.
The Andes mountain range is the second highest in the world, after the Himalayas. At 6,768 meters above sea level, Huascarán, located in the Cordillera Blanca mountain range, is the highest tropical mountain in the world, and sits alongside dozens of snow-capped mountains over 5,000 meters tall.
Rock climbing is the experience of challenging oneself to climb great heights using just hands and feet, defying surfaces with varied characteristics and taking advantage of every projection and cranny. An adrenaline-packed sport with a growing number of enthusiasts, that allows you to enjoy the variety of Peru’s natural scenery
To trek in Peru is to walk through beautiful Andean landscapes with stunning views of mountains and lagoons. One can journey along the Qhapaq Ñan, the network of ancient roads that connected the Inca Empire; experience the culture of the communities; hike along the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash in Áncash or find more than one route to Machu Picchu in Cuzco.
Off - On Road Exotic landscapes
Peru's varied geography offers adventure for those who travel off the beaten tourist track: huge coastal deserts full of natural obstacles, spectacular sand and dune formations, hundreds of kilometers of beaches; in the mountains, magical valleys and lagoons, and peaks that stand over 5,000 meters above sea level where even changing a tire is a challenge; or muddy Amazonian plains, where traveling 500 meters could take an entire day.