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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Our Tours in All South America

IQUITOS THE MAGICAL AMAZON RAINFOREST 5 days 4 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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INCA TRAIL TO MACHUPICCHU

Visited Destinations: Perú

5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS: Giving you, more time to enjoy Machu Picchu.
All along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, spellbinding mountain scenery, unforgettable Inca sites, and a cornucopia of flowers and humming birds await you. Stroll down the Royal Road into Machu Picchu, the famous Lost City of the Incas!
Many of our returning passengers tell us they found the trek more strenuous and challenging than they had anticipated. During four hiking days you cover about 28 miles, starting at 8,400’...

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SALKANTAY TREK LODGE TO LODGE (10 Days /9 nights).

Visited Destinations: Perú

All South America and Mountain Lodges of Perú are pleased to announce the very first trans-Andean lodge-to-lodge trek to one of the ancient world's most extraordinary sanctuaries: Machu Picchu.

From Cusco, former capital of the Inca Empire, follow a little-known route through the Vilcabamba range, a spellbinding region of misty foothills blanketed in lush greenery and high Andes peaks cloaked in white. Cross a mountain pass at nearly 15,000 feet, marvel at hidden ruins and visit isolated...

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TREK TO: SALKANTAY – SANTA TERESA – MACHUPICCHU 5DAYS / 4NIGHTS

Visited Destinations: Perú

Salcantay (Nevado Salcantay) or Salkantay (Nevado Salkantay), Sallqantay in Quechua is the highest peak of the Cordillera Vilcabamba, part of the Peruvian Andes.
You cross a pass at 4510m and then it´s a relaxing walking down. You pass some remote villages, have fabulous views at for example Veronica, Salkantay, other snow peaks, green valleys and the river Urubamba, maybe you can see condors and surely you´ll meet very friendly people

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CHOQUEQUIRAO 5DAYS / 4NIGHTS

Visited Destinations: Perú

It is situated in the spurs of the Salkantay mountain range, at 3035 masl surrounded by snow capped peaks of Yanama, Ampay, Choquetacarpu and Pumasillo on the right side of Apurimac River in the Santa Teresa district, province of Cusco. Choquequirao is an Inca town formed by small sites spread out in rubblework that in its adjoining constructs a complex metropolis similar to those of the other regions placed on the crest of the hill by the same name of...

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FROM CHOQUEQUIRAU TO MACHU PICCHU 11DAYS

Visited Destinations: Perú

The Vilcabamba mountain range is located in the western part of the Department of Cusco. It is approximately 85 km long and joins a large variety of landscapes, including snow-capped peaks, which stand in sharp contrast to the tropical vegetation. However, nature is not the only attraction of the area, because the Incas left a fabulous legacy in an astonishing network of trails built of stone. We invite you to discover these footpaths for 11 days, traveling from lost cities...

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LARES VALLEY TO MACHUPICCHU 4DAYS / 3NIGHTS

Visited Destinations: Perú

On this trip we will hike for 5-7 hours per day, all the while at an altitude of about 2900m, where we will have impressive view points of the snowy mountains peaks and many beautiful lakes. We will camp close to communities in order to be able to observe and appreciate the art and the textile that is conserved by these communities

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AUSANGATE TREKS 7DAYS / 6NIGHTS

Visited Destinations: Perú

For many centuries people of the rural areas of the Peru have maintained several ancestral elements. One of those areas that have experienced few changes is the Andean communities that are located in the mountain ranges of Ausangate. The trip that we offer will allow experiences that will never be forgotten for it will allow to get a view into the depth of the Peruvian soul and to see the people in their natural inhabitance

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