Huari, The One Who Lives in the Mountains

Huari is an ancient Andean god whose cult had its main center on the Conchucos Alley, where the famous Chavin de Huantar temple was built. The historian Hernan Amat Olazabal and other experts have followed the trace of this almost forgotten god. Amat tells us that [...]

The Viracocha God

Viracocha or Wiracocha is a pan Andean god, revered by different name and represented in different forms from the Late Arcaic period. It appears represented on the Caral mate (dried out squash), the Raimondi Estela in Chavin, the Karwa textiles in Paracas, the Sun [...]

CHAVIN

Chavin de Huantar, otherwise known as the capital of the Chavin Culture is an archaeological sire located in the Chavin de Huantar district, Huari province in the Ancash department, 462 km (287 miles) northeast of Lima. The place has an elevation over 3000 meters [...]

CEBICHE WITH A TASTE OF THE PUREST PERU

Cebiche is the name that a variety of dishes that are prepared with fish or seafood. The cebiche is considered Peru’s national dish. This exquisite dish stands out for its special flavor in which fresh fish and lemon come together.  Its preparation consist of [...]

Adventure in Peru

Whether your clients prefer their adrenalin kick on water, mountains or sand, Peru offers plenty of opportunities for travelers wanting adventure. One of the most challenging activities is hiking the legendary Inca Trail leading to Machu Picchu, part of a vast [...]

THE LORDS OF SIPAN

Two of the most emblematic museums of Lambayeque in Chiclayo-Peru, are the Royal Tombs of Sipan Museum and the Site Museum of Huaca Rajada in Sipan. The first tomb gave light into the famous Lord of Sipan, the findings of its funerary belongings was dated on 1987 [...]

Other destinations that Peru has to offer

Those of us who are lucky to live in Peru know that Machu Picchu is only one of a great variety of destinations that Peru can offer, those of us who adventure to know each and every corner know that Lima has its charms, the colonial architecture, legacy of our pre [...]

Gastronomical Lima

The diversity of cuisine style, new creations, fusions, etc, have made Lima, the capital of Peru, to be considered the gastronomical capital of South America, this due to a culinary tradition inherited from pre-Hispanic and colonial times, this in addition to the [...]

ANDEAN COSMOVISION

For the agricultural and sedentary towns, water has been the most important element. Due to this importance, these type of societies have controlled water, determining the accumulation of power and the social transformation in militarized and salve like systems [...]

Adventure tourism in Cusco

For the intrepid ones out there, there are new options of fun with high doses of adrenaline at the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Feeling the struck of the wind on your face, horseback riding along the majestic Sacred Valley of the Incas from high up in a mountain, [...]

Paradise in the middle of the Sacred Valley of the Incas

Aranwa means tale or legend in the ancient language of the Inca and that is precisely the spirit of this hotel, lodged in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, northeast of the imperial city of Cusco. This architectonic wonder has been built over an hacienda from the [...]