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.
A 750-hectare (1,853 acres) ecological reserve featuring four lagoons where visitors can have pleasant swims in the middle of the jungle. Its pristine waters reflect the vegetation like a mirror making it often difficult to distinguish between the image on the water and the real thing. The lake is one of purest and most placid settings in the Amazon.
Peru's beaches are considered by experts to be among the best in the world. There are permanent surfing opportunities all year round, with small, big, long, tubular, high peak and bell waves, as well as a large amount of waves that break closely one after the other.
Miraflores is one of the districts of Lima with the most influx of tourists due to the number of attractive places, restaurants, hotels and the ocean view. Live the activity of the most dynamic neighborhood of the city, where many of the options to do on your trip to Lima are located. Considered in addition to the safest districts of Lima.
It is located 30 minutes from the city (by car). It is a beach of fine white sand, has a continuous swell, ideal for trips inside the sea in motorboats, surfing and fishing. Its landscape alone is an earthly paradise where you can enjoy a rewarding holiday.