All SouthAmerica

Welcome to All South America

For the past three decades, All South America has led the way in uniquely different adventure and cultural journeys in Peru and throughout South America. The company is owner operated by Luz Marina Anaya, who is originally from Cusco - Perú . She has spent the last 30 years organizing high quality journeys, expeditions, honeymoons, family holidays, film crews and alternative adventures throughout the continent and when possible getting out on as many of them as possible.
An all South America “Alternative Adventure” does not mean having to "rough it". We believe in the finer things in life and as our guests, we want your time with us to be as luxurious, relaxing and enjoyable as possible - after all, it is your holiday.
Our dedicated team of professionally trained guides, cooks and support crew are, quite simply, the best in the business. With their passion for adventure travel and love of all things South American, this is the team you want to be on holiday with.
Whether it is deluxe trekking along an ancient Inca Trail to reach Machu Picchu, wildlife watching in the World's best preserved rainforest, or taking your family on the luxurious Orient Express train to Lake Titicaca, you can rest assured that an All South America "Alternative Adventure" will be like no other holiday you have ever taken before.

Manager: Luz Marina Anaya

Luz Marina, Been born in Cusco – Perú, and is one the guides with the most years of experience in the Cordillera of the Andes. Her background has brought her to the aegis of her profession and she is considered to be one of the foremost trekking guides in Cusco. Apart from being fluent in English, Luz Marina is also a native Quechua speaker thus making her into an invaluable translator and interpreter. Luz Marina has undergone professional first-aid training courses. She knows very well about all the History from Peru, Flora and Fauna, Guiding experience in all Ecuador, All Perú, All Bolivia and Chile.
Guide - Manager - Luz Marina Anaya

Welcome to Perú

Peru is a nation of mixed ethnic origins. Throughout its history, Peru has been the meeting ground for different nations and cultures. The indigenous population was joined 500 years ago by the Spaniards. As a result of this encounter, and later enriched by the migration of African blacks, Asians and Europeans, Peruvian man emerged as the representative of a nation whose rich ethnic mix is one of its leading characteristics.

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Wonderful Perú - 28 Days

Visited Destinations: Perú

Heir to ancient cultures and a rich colonial tradition, Perú is a magical spot which involves one of the richest biodiversities of Earth, and is a melting pot of different cultures who together are forging the promise of a better future.

The terrain in Cusco is steep, combining fertile inter-Andean valleys with impressive mountains that descend to the rim of the jungle where the temperature rises and the landscape is transformed through a variety of vegetation

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Perú: Land of the Incas 20 days

Visited Destinations: Perú

Cuzco, which in the ancient Quechua language means "navel of the world", was an important hub in Inca times that connected all of South America, from Colombia to the north of Argentina. Today, centuries later, Cuzco continues to be the centre of attention, not only for our neighbouring countries but for the whole world. In its streets, historical centres, churches, pubs and cafés you can hear not only Quechua and Spanish spoken, but such diverse languages as English, French, Japanese...

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Perú: Land of the Inkas 16 days

Visited Destinations: Perú

Theories abound regarding these mysterious etchings, ranging from landing strips for aliens to a giant seismograph. The most probable theory is that of María Reiche, a German researcher who dedicated her life to studying the lines. Ms Reiche believed that the lines were part of a vast astronomic calendar whose figures marked different solar phases. Ms Reiche, affectionately nicknamed the Angel of the Plains by the local inhabitants, was the first to discover the ancient technique of digging into the...

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Perú Tour 14 Days

Visited Destinations: Perú

The Nazca Lines, discovered in 1927, are the most extraordinary legacy left by a culture that flourished in 300 BC. The lines are a series of complex designs, some up to 300 meters long which can only be seen in their true dimension from the sky, from an altitude of at least 1,500 feet. The Nazca culture is not believed to have been capable of manned flight. But the question remains as to how they crafted the drawings, what technology...

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Manu National Park 5 Days / 4 nights (by car and out by plane)

Visited Destinations: Perú

In 1977, the Manu was declared nucleus area of the Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and ten years later, it was designated as Natural Patrimony of Humanity. The park protects areas as diverse as the high Andean plains, situated at over 13,123 fasl, cloud forests and the Amazon basin. According to its use, it is divided in three different areas: a Nucleus Zone, an intangible territory, location of all research work; a Reserved or buffer zone, where many controlled tourist activities

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Camping Trip In Manu’s Reserved Zone 7 Days / 6 Nights

Visited Destinations: Perú

The Manu National Park is one of the most important protected areas in the country, as it shelters one of the largest concentrations of wildlife in the world. An enormous natural laboratory for researchers and paradise for those who want to see a natural unaltered tropical forest. It was created in 1973 and it has an area of approximately 1,884,200 hectares, located between the Cuzco and Madre de Dios regions, in south-eastern Peru

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Magical Journeys

Visited Destinations: Perú

Cusco machupicchu pisaq, sacred valley of the incas. Transformational journey incorporating shamanic and quechua traditions. Meditation in sacred sites. Stay on quechua villages near to machupicchu.
The tour, however, continues past the Spanish Conquest and into colonial times, into the Peru where two visions of the world, time and of all things sacred came together, the Peru of the wars of independence and a republic built amidst bullets and bloodshed

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IQUITOS THE GREAT JUNGLE ADVENTURE 4 days 3 nights

Visited Destinations: Perú

Iquitos is the largest city in the Peruvian rainforest, with a population of 370,962. It is the capital of Loreto Region and Maynas Province. It is generally considered the most populous city in the world that cannot be reached by road.
Located on the Amazon River, it is a mere 106 m (348 ft) above sea level even though it is more than 3,000 km (1,864 mi) from the mouth of the Amazon at Belém in Brazil, on the Atlantic Ocean...

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