In Peru, two Inca women with their llama. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life." (Thrums Books. See the story "The Old Man, the Llamas, and Machu Picchu." Also see www.incas.org
Kuélap (Peru). 'Archaeology buffs refer to the Chachapoyas people’s mountaintop fortress as the ‘other Machu Picchu,’ but its unique stonework and proud position overlooking the Utcubamba valley make it a special – and incomparable – place to visit.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/peru
Sacsayhuaman Sacsayhuaman, on a hill above Cuzco, was the Incas' main fort defending the city. There are three layers of zigzag walls around the fortress, and apparently these walls used to be at least twice the height they are today.
Parque Nacional Manu (Peru). 'Covering an area the size of Wales, this vast Amazon reserve protects cloud forest and rainforest ecosystems – making for maximum wildlife-spotting. Not to be missed: the clay licks that draw hundreds of squawking macaws.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/peru/sights/outdoors/parque-nacional-manu