Aconcagua Provincial Park
Aconcagua Provincial Park takes its name from quechua word of “Ackon-Cauak”,
which roughtly is translated as ‘Stone Sentinel’. Splendid Andes
Mountain Range draws all types of thrill seekers ranging in difficulty
including hiking, climbing, skiing and etc.
Picchu is an ancient archeological Inca site 69 mi
Northwest of Cusco in Peru. Peruvian government secured
326 sq km as a "Historical Sanctuary" to preserve Machu
Picchu archaeological site. In 1983 Machu Picchu was
added to a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2007 it was
chosen as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
The Inca Trail
The Inca Trail to a great Incan settlement of Machu Picchu is
one of the greatest hikes you will ever undertake. It lies in a
beautiful Andean mountain range and connects numerous ancient
archaeological settlements along its way.
Nazca Lines are located 12 mi (20 km) North of Nazca in
Peru. These lines were created between 500 BC and 500 AD these
spectacular creations went largely unnoticed until 1927 than the pilot
saw shapes of animals, trees and various geometric figures.