Peru DMC:

Vipac Travel

About our Peru partner

Established more than 40 years ago with the mission of creating memorable experiences in a familiar style, VIPAC is one of the most prestigious and reliable DMCs in Peru.

Their aim is to build strong relationships, and even friendships with their clients while helping them with creativity, proactivity, sustainability, and reducing tourism’s impact on the planet.
The team at VIPAC are well-travelled and the details and arrangements around each experience are based on their expert knowledge. The VIPAC team works hard to integrate clients with local communities to offer an enriching experience in Peru.

VIPAC TRAVEL is part of Stripe Climate, a coalition of businesses accelerating carbon removal and they firmly believe it’s a global effort.

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Peru is one of the world’s most varied countries. It’s a multicultural nation, filled with traditions, unique gastronomy, and vast nature reserves and is home to 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 84 of the planet’s 117 life zones. The country is situated in the western part of South America and shares borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, and Chile. It’s an enormous territory covering more than 1.2 million square kilometres, and it’s composed of three regions: Coast, Highlands, and Jungle. Its current population exceeds 31.5 million inhabitants.

Thanks to a long history defined by major ancient civilizations, Peru is home to more than 5000 archaeological sites. Many of these remain shrouded in mystery but are still capable of transporting visitors to the periods when such societies flourished. For example, a visit to Machu Picchu reveals the perfection of the Inca empire; this sacred city can be reached on board the luxurious trains that run through imposing mountain scenery dotted with colourful Andean villages.
Peru is synonymous with natural beauty, and it is one of the world’s ten most biologically diverse countries. With more than 200 protected natural areas, Peru has created 14 national parks, 15 national reserves, 9 national sanctuaries and 11 reserved zones. It is home to more than 1800 species of birds and 10% of all the reptile, mammal and fish species that exist on Earth. It also has 3500 varieties of orchids.

Peru is a paradise for adventure enthusiasts, offering a range of outdoor sporting activities for the curious, beginners, amateurs, and experts, including trekking, climbing, mountain biking, surfing, paragliding, and hang gliding, camping, canoeing, and kayaking. These are just some of the most popular activities that form part of the host of possibilities offered by the varied geography of the country.