Cajabamba, paradise earth that has very genuine nuances expressed strongly in their landscape, accentuating them in the dawns, in sunsets, in seasons, in full moon nights by silvery, Spiked twinkling stars in the sky, in other cases , heavy rains that dawn with his symphony onomatopoeia, combing vestuosos humble roofs and thatched roofs of …
By Manuel Vigo December 12, 2012 Peru’s cuisine continues to draw international accolades. Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism Jose Luis Silva announced, on Wednesday, that Peru has won two categories at the 2012 World Travel Awards (WTA). Peru was named ‘World’s Leading Culinary Destination’, while Machu Picchu was named the ‘World’s Leading Green Destination’. …
By Brayan Coraza Morveli with David Knowlton From ancient times Peru has been a land of flutes. Different kinds of flutes formed ensembles that played for different events and, like a calendar, marked the season’s passing. Even today, though, in Cuzco one can hear every kind of music that plays in international ears, these flutes continue. …
The sun is out in Lima and temperatures are rising to their summer highs, which means only one thing: it’s time to drink hot chocolate. Hot chocolate joins panetón, lechón and turkey in Peru’s canon of Christmas foods. However, this is a bit strange, as Christmas falls in early summer in Lima. As María Pía …
From 2013 onwards, the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu could draw one million tourists a year thanks to a strong advertising campaign, according to the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur). Carlos Canales, head of Canatur, set this number as a goal, considering that this archaeological site has attracted over 630,000 visitors annually in recent years. …
Do you know what a cajón is? Click the link to see a great video of this Afro-Peruvian music!
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The show continues with this weeks newest member to the cast!
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Step back in time for a moment to a Lima before skyscrapers!
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10 free (great) things to do in Lima for the tourist and local alike!
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5 days of opportunities to try some of the best liquor Peru has to offer!
Peru is taking the world by storm: First economically and now gastronomically!
Sorry, this is not what you think it is. In fact, quite the opposite. The photos that we will be showcasing here actually have class and are worth checking out. 🙂 Lima has a lot of great gems hidden throughout its historic neighborhoods and in between the shadows of the new highrise apartment buildings. The …
Hotel Bolivar was the 5 star hotel of Lima where presidents, dignitaries and later Hollywood stars were introduced to Peru and it’s culture.
Looking across San Isidro to Chorrillos Marina.