Take the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Trip for a Steamy Jungle Experience

If you are the kind of person who wants to explore the jungles and soak in some steamy Amazonian air, the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is the best tour for you. This tour takes you along the Madre de Dios river, which is almost surreal in nature. Here, you will be able to absorb nature at its best: unspoiled, virgin and evergreen. Read more..

Visit This Oasis in Peru for a Surreal Experience

If you want to discover something very different from the usual cold mountains and ruins of Peru, you might want to visit an oasis in the middle of the desert. Located in Ica province, Huacachina is a small village built around a smaller oasis. This pretty little place is surrounded by sand dunes, where you can take dune buggy rides. These sand dunes stretch several hundred feet high and can seem enormous. Read more..

Why You Must View the Lake Titicaca from Llachon

There are legends and then there are myths. There are also poems and novels. And then there are novels and stories that are inspired by Lake Titicaca. Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world and it is also the largest in South America. This beautiful lake has inspired thousands of artists and writers over the millennia. Today, it is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Peru. Read more..

Galeria Delbarrio, a Hidden Gem of an Art Gallery

It is certainly true that Lima offers an impressive display of artwork both contemporary and historical, and there are numerous museums and galleries to visit for an overview of these works. Yet for those travelers who want to explore the Peruvian art world in more depth, you need to come away from these larger collections and visit some smaller galleries. Read more..

Adventures in Beer (Part 1): Peruvian Cervezas

When in Peru, drink as the Peruvians? Absolutely. But no, I’m not talking about Pisco this time, but Peru’s very own, home-grown, range of cervezas. That’s beer, to you and me. Read more..

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