Peru Travel – Barranco

From its very beginnings Barranco was a superbly attractive neighborhood for the middle class Lima beachgoers and foreigners in general, who in their majority built great ranches and “casonas”, emulating European styles. This district is known for its bohemian [...]

Peruvian Folklore

Mainly due to ethnic and racial mixing, Peru is a multicultural country, which has created a diverse and fascinating culture that has various and interesting artistic representations. The music and dances have always had a privileged place in it, being considered [...]

A dolphin journey across the marañon river

It is fascinating to travel along the rivers, “cochas” and streams, catch and release piranhas or walk along a canopy on the tree tops of the new Amazon Natural Park private conservation area. The Amazonian rainforest, seen from the water for three days and night, [...]

The Sacred Valley of the Incas

If you are a nature lover or an adventure love, your visit to Cusco has a must visit site; the Sacred Valley of the Incas that extends along the Vilcanota river (the same one that down the river has the name Urubamba or Wilcamayu) and covers the area between the [...]

Lima, a Welcoming and Modern City

Lima, the capital of Peru, is the product of a cultural mixture with a very rich tradition. That is what has influences in Lima’s people way of being part of a “jarana” (party) in the most unthinkable places. The capital of Peru does not have a defined [...]

Alpaca

It’s a star on the universe of fine textile fibers such as cashmere, angora or vicuña, reason why it is ever present and sought after on the most exclusive markets of the world. The alpaca is a natural double fiber, soft and warm. It does not easily get dirty [...]

Rupac

Rupac (which means that one that lights up in Quechua) belongs to the Atahuallos culture and its practically unknown despite of its magnificent architecture, around fifty building in good condition, the same thing happens with the citadels close by such as Añay and [...]

Inkaraqay

Located on the otherwise unknown side of the Huayna Picchu mountain, the Peruvian Culture Ministry, presented Inkaraqay, a fascinating place located only 20 minute away from Aguas Calientes; on kilometer 117 of the railroad that leads to the Machu Picchu [...]

The Moche Museum

A few minutes from the Huaca de la Luna (Moon Temple) you can find one of the place that caught the attention in Trujillo this year, we are talking about to the Huacas de Moche site museum. An space dedicated to show the conservation and study of the elements of [...]

New Tourist Offer in Machu Picchu

The named Oriental Andenes (terraces), within a year, will be part of the tourist circuit, according to the chief of the Machu Picchu Archaeological Park, Fernando Astete. The site has began to be cleaned of weeds on the 80s, but then has set aside. “It has thought [...]

Natural refugue in Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is not only a world wonder, it is also a miracle of nature, and the hands that built it transformed it in a symbol of the greatness of one of the most fascinating empires of the world. Balance and harmony on an impossible to miss environment where time [...]