To see more and experience the real Bolivia and Peru, we believe there is a number of tours and activities that are must do´s for a true Hopster.
In Copacabana you can visit the Sun Island, which according to the myth is the very birthplace of the Sun and the first Incas. In Puno you can go on boat trips across Lake Titicaca to see the manmade Floating Island or even stay overnight with a local family!
In Arequipa you can find the 2nd deepest canyon in the world the Colca Canyon. Nazca has one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites, the Nazca Lines; a 2000 years old mystery. Huacachina is home to the biggest sand dunes and only natural desert oasis in South America and in Paracas, you can witness the amazing Ballestas Islands, known as the “Poor Man’s Galápagos”.
Below, you will find more detailed information about all of these tours to help you plan and organise your adventures!
Cruise and discover the highest navigable lake in the world at over 3,800 meters above sea level. Witness the lake which connects Peru and Bolivia and also has spectacular views.
The 3rd most visited destination in Peru and the second deepest canyon in the world. The spectacular natural wonder that is Colca Canyon reaches depths twice that of the Grand Canyon! Witness the magnificent and endangered condor in one of its last remaining refuges.
Take to the skies in Nazca. Glide above the magnificent Nazca Lines that were etched into the surface of the ground between the years 500 B.C. and A.D. 500. To this day the origins of these drawings remain unknown. Many believe they were created by man, others believe there are more to the Nazca Lines than meets the eye. What will you uncover?
Buggies & Sandboarding
Buggy up the BIGGEST sand dunes in South America with a licensed local driver and take in the vast deserts surrounding Huacachina. Then sandboard down lying down or standing up if you’re feeling adventurous! Find out why Huacachina has become one of Peru’s most visited destinations.
Nicknamed “The Poor Man’s Galapagos” The Ballestas Islands are home to over 400 species of wildlife. Take a speedboat into the Pacific Ocean and feast your eyes on animals such as sea lions, penguins, dolphins and many more in their unusual yet natural habitat. Learn about the mysterious geoglyph that has stumped geologists for years.