Campsites in Peru
3 bookable campsites in Peru
- Luxury glass-paned cabins at Colcapampa in Cusco’s Andean foothills
- Cocalmayo Hot Springs 90 minutes’ drive; Lucmabamba an hour
- Spectacular Santa Teresa Valley views; restaurant and bar on site
Lodge 2 x From £78,99/€92,36/A$153,47/US$100/CA$135,48/CHF88,03/SEK1 033,66/DKK688,50/NOK1 056,16/ISK13 790/ARS84 114,19/CLP98 148/PEN380,75/NZ$163,56/R1 914,15/PLN398,12/R$493,39/CZK2 339,10/RSD10 825/HUF36 137,22/RUB9 199,63/CN¥719,92 per night
- Relaxed, eco-friendly glamping site next to the Pacific Ocean
- A five-minute drive to Mancora, and with surfing lessons on site
- Tipis by a surfing beach, plus a pool, alfresco restaurant and yoga
Tipi 2 x From £87,55/€102,37/A$170,10/US$110,83/CA$150,15/CHF97,56/SEK1 145,61/DKK763,07/NOK1 170,54/ISK15 283/ARS93 223,76/CLP108 777/PEN421,98/NZ$181,28/R2 121,45/PLN441,24/R$546,82/CZK2 592,43/RSD11 997/HUF40 050,88/RUB10 195,95/CN¥797,89 per night
- Unusual camping experience on a floating island on Lake Titicaca
- Half an hour by boat from the city of Puno
- Yoga, kayaking and wild swimming on site; island tours available
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If you're off camping in Peru, welcome to the jungle. A full 60 per cent of this lush land is laden with Amazon rainforest, with all the nature spotting and birdwatching you'd expect from such a fab place – twitchers, for example, might be chuffed to learn that Peru has more feathered species (over 1,800) than anywhere else on the planet.
Peru rainforest trips, treks and adventures could include wildlife watching around the forests of Madre de Dios, the Reserva Nacional Tambopata and the Parque Nacional Bahuaja-Sonene (considered by some boffins as the most biodiverse place on earth), rafting the rapids of the Río Urubamba or exploring the northern lowland around Peruvian Amazon capital Iquitos, the biggest city in the world that's unreachable by road.
(Or, more placidly, one could paddle down the Amazon on a dugout canoe: even the sound of that last makes us want to cast responsibility/rent concerns aside and welcome our intrepid selves to the jungle immediately.)
Around the other 40 per cent of Peru, our whittled down option among the hundreds available from Peru campsites is hiking around the simply spectacular ancient Sacred Valley, Inca Trail and UNESCO sites of Cusco and Machu Picchu, possibly the most famed archaeological ruins in the world – if you're anywhere in South America and it's at all humanly possible, you must make a beeline for here.