Visitors in Peru enjoy visiting Inca archaeological sites, and taking rides to Machu Picchu. However if you have a getaway dream of having extreme fun and thrills, it is will not be disappointing either. Peru has it all and below are some of what to expect when touring Peru.
When you tour Peru there is the mountain biking sport that is enjoyed this is because of the longest mountain in the world which is at the centre of the country and peaks at about 6,746 meters. This sport is extreme to foreigners and locals alike as well as other places where fast fun and thrills are found. Cusco has many travel agents that offer trips using Kona biles. The best ride is the one day single track ride to the Mega-Avalanche. It starts at the Abra Malaga and descends all the way to Ollantaytambo, visit website!
While in Peru, you will realize this is the best place for this sport. It is normally on the coastline at the North. Pros and beginners get the wave from Peru. Many surfing champions are produced in Peru and mostly it is because most of them understand the waves. In Chinama, there is the world's longest wave and it is left-handed wave and it is at 4km's. Mancora on the other hand has the world's largest point-break that is also left-handed.
Huacachina is a small oasis town and it was a hot spot in the 1960s due to the limenians. This place is nowadays very glamorous and has some extreme and fun sport, sand boarding. Huacachina is seven kilometers from Ica the main city and has very long sand dunes that stretch very far. The town Ica has very few hostels though the available ones rent on sand-boards for a few days. So go on, start climbing if you are head to toe covered. Enjoy the painful, fun, cheap and thrilling experience.
Finally we know that Peru is very mountainous and it comes with enjoyable rocky rivers that are fast flowing. In Peru, rafting is the most common sport. Cusco has many travel agencies available to be with you on your rafting encounter. The Urubamba River also has daily thrilling experiences that are good for learners. However those who are looking for the thrill perhaps you should go further. The deepest canyon is also in Peru and it is known as the Cotahuasi Canyon. There are some of the toughest challenges in rafting.
If you tour Peru, you will see a lot of other things and others that can be done. If you however think that there are other encounters available when touring Peru just let me know. Click here!