Adventure Tours in Peru Are Made For Imaginative Travellers – 3 Baby Boomers Explain Why

An adventure tour in Peru provides Baby Boomers with a magical opportunity to enjoy Peru with a certain style. The land of the ancient Incas has beckoned the imaginative traveller from far and wide for centuries. Fortunately the experience is no longer confined to the fittest and the youngest.

If you have thoughts about visiting Peru but some lingering doubts, let Baby Boomers who have experienced sailing on Lake Titicaca or who have trekked through the Sacred Valley of the Incas to visit Machu Picchu, or have flown over

the Nazca Lines, tell you a little of their experiences and memories.


“The moment that Machu Picchu comes into view from the Sun gate is just one of those heart-stopping moments….worth all the pain/sweat and tears. Also early morning on Amantani island, as the islanders rose with the dawn, in tune with the natural rhythms of the day at 4am…”

“Seeing Condors at Colca Canyon, trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Sand boarding at Huacachina Oasis, Flying over the Nazca lines, celebrating New Year in Cuzco – the whole trip was a constant stream of memorable experiences.”


“Arriving at the Sun Gate at Machu Picchu was very moving. I was amazed at how much activity we squeezed into the 2 weeks. I was delighted with the Inca trail – having had some prior concerns about the speed of the trek – I need not have worried as the Guide allowed everyone to go at their own pace and ensured all were comfortable.”

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