Brazilians Flock to Peru for Its Exotic Destinations

Peru has an unlikely source of tourists right in its neighborhood. Though Brazil is a major tourist destination in its own right, with new found wealth and growing middle class, Brazilian tourists have been more than welcome in Peru. Read more..

Peru Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2013

Peru is pushing itself as a major tourism destination in a big way. The government has literally spent millions in order to lure travelers of all kind: luxury travelers, backpackers, business travelers, culture enthusiasts, sun worshippers and adventurists. Read more..

Survival International Supporters Protest Outside Peruvian Embassies Seeking Protection for Tribal People

Protection of un-contacted tribes is a significant priority in Peru. Peru is a nation that is home to several un-contacted tribes who live in the forests and mountains that straddle across this South American nation. Read more..

NFL Champion Scott Fujita Retires On Top of the Andes Overlooking Machu Picchu

Scott Anthony Fujita, the American football linebacker famous for his role in the National Football League has retired in Peru. What interests us is the place where he chose to retire. Read more..

Get High on a Glass of Peruvian Pisco Sour

One of the best ways to experience a country is to try its alcoholic drinks and mingle with the locals. When in Peru, one just has to try Pisco. Pisco is a grape brandy that is colorless or slightly yellowish. Read more..

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