Many foreign visitors are delighted to spend some days relaxing at ancient archaeological sites in Inca, luxury hotels and exclusive trains on Machu Picchu. But if dream escape is the highest level of excitement and fun, you will not be disappointed. Peru can offer everything! Here are the 5 best extreme sports in Peru.
Extreme mountain biking
Peru was mountain biking after all Andes – the world's longest mountain range runs right In the middle part of the country, located in Peruvian Cordillera Blanca, In 22,132 meters . Peruba is one of the most extreme sports with both locals and foreigners, literally thousands of places to enjoy the excitement of the slope. Cusco has a handful of special travel agents offering a wide range of daily (and multiple day trips), with full suspension with Kona bikes. Our favorite extreme trip is the 1-day Mega-Avalanche one-way road that begins at the top of Abra Malaga in Sacred Valley (near Cusco) and 1600 meters in the village of Ollantaytambo. Oh, and you can do it three times!
You do not think so, yes, Peru is actually one of the best surfing. Along the northern shore, Peru offers all waves for beginners and pros. Peru has produced a number of world-wide champions, and it's easy to understand why it understands how good the wave is. Chicama is the world's longest left-handed wave in the world 4km long and Mancora (close) is the world's biggest left-handed point-break in the world. Extreme sports in Peru are not much better than this!
In the 1960s, the small oasis of the city, Huacachina, Place for rich lime trees. Today, this less glamorous place is home to one of Peru's most entertaining and extreme sports. Huacachina is 7 km from the capital of Ica. It is surrounded by vast sand dunes that stretch toward the eye. There are only a handful of hotspots in the city, but each one offers you several baskets per day. Cover yourself in the sun and start climbing. This is fun, inexpensive, exciting and often painful!
White Water Rafting
With so many mountains, you can enjoy plenty of fast-flowing and rocky rivers. Rafting is probably one of Peru's most extreme sports and a number of expert travel agencies in the Cusco region are involved in the river. The River Urubamba (in the Holy Valley) offers an exciting, all-day experience that is suitable for beginners to intermediate rafters. But hard-core rafters looking for ultimate thrill are going a little further. Cotahuasi Canyon is the deepest canyon in the world and is home to one of the most challenging rafting challenges in the world. The route includes 6-day, full-scale technical class 4 to 5 cruises, mapped pre-Inca ruins and spectacular campsites. Extreme sports in Peru are not much better than this! But do not forget that the Cotahuasi raft is only for the heaviest travelers!
The Jungle Lineage
15 km from Machu Picchu, near Santa Teresa, Peru's first canopy top zip line (also known as flying fox). The 2500m full length cables consist of six sections, the longest part of which is 400 meters long. At the fastest point of the line you can reach 60 Km / h (37 mph), which is enough to give you the feeling of flying! Make sure I'm not afraid of the heights because the line is 150 meters above the jungle floor. In Peru, extreme sports do not enjoy much more than this!
Of course there are a lot of other great things to see and do in Peru, but if you think that Peru's better extreme sports are like listed, we'd like to hear your thoughts!
Source by Paul J.D. Jones