Once you arrive in historic Lima your Peruvian adventure awaits. To the south of the country’s bustling capital lie the Nazca desert lines with its colossal animal shapes created hundreds of years ago and are only visible from the air. To the east are the mighty Andes with its superb hiking and historic ruins at every turn. In this land of extremes lies the Amazon rainforest, home to isolated jungle communities and an amazing variety of plant and animal life. Another must do is a visit to the floating islands of Lake Titicaca in Peru’s high plain, the Altiplano, where the Uros people have lived since before the Incas. No wonder Peru is one of the most popular destinations in all of Latin America.