1. Lake Titicaca, PeruThe world's largest lake is populated by 14 species of fish, 18 species of amphibians, breath taking views, local hand craft markets and gorgeous floating islands. It picturesque scenery is a photographers dream.
2. Arequipa, PeruKnown as the "White City" and as the base for the Andes it's surrounding include snowy active volcanoes, deserts, salt lakes, deep canyons and thermal hot springs. See the icy Inca mummies at the Santury museum, try it spicy food and dance the night away.
3. Lima, PeruView its historical buildings, wealthy colonial mansions, and cathedrals in Lima - the City of Kings. Experience museums, surfing, beach resorts, Peruvian cuisine, fountain parks, drink Pisco Sour with locals (grape brandy).
4. Amazon river, PeruFloat down South America's greatest river to find isolated villages, 3,000 species of fish, the anaconda snake, and local tribes. Experience canoeing, boat cruising, wildlife spotting and fish for piranhas. The great river is accessible from the town of Iquitos.
5. Mancora, PeruPeru's best warm water, surf beaches stretches for kilometres, its resorts, nightlife and fishing community are a must see for sun seekers, surfers and kite surfers.
6. Nazca, PeruWorld famous for its unexplainable Nazca lines, its massive drawings across the desert sand mark Nazca a mystery. Coastal mountains and desert flats surround the small town that specialise in Nazca ceramics and textiles.
7. Machu Picchu, PeruThe ancient ruins of the Inca city swallowed by jungle are a must see, as one of the 7th wonders of the world. The archaeological site can be reached by a 4 day trek on the Inca trail through the town of Cusco.
8. Huancavelica, PeruColonial buildings inhibit the small relaxed town of Huancavelica, nestled between 4000 metre high mountains its location can be hard to reach although its panoramic views and thermal baths are worth the trip.
9. Chivay, PeruGorgeous town situated near the amazing Colca canyon, activities include bathing in hot spring swimming pools and nearby thermal springs, crossing the stone Inca Bridge and finding bargains at the local markets.
10. Paracas, PeruThe capital of Venezuela separated from the Caribbean by beautiful landscape in a valley overlooked by Mount Avila, the city boasts worldly cuisine, great nightlife, tours to nearby islands and wild life reserves.