Traditions Christmas Peru

Monday, 10 October 2016 by

Due to its large indigenous and Catholic populations Christmas is a special time in South America and Peru. Here describe how is the Traditions Christmas Peru. Mixing and adopting traditions while maintaining a strong sense of their own heritage Peruvians relish Christmas with dancing, markets, and festivals all week and make it a special holiday destination. Traditions Christmas

Three perfect retreats in Perú where you must spend the night 1. Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba, Urubamba Valley It is difficult to imagine anywhere better to soak up the tranquillity of the mountain-ringed Sacred Valley of the Incas. Once the epicentre of the Inca Empire, the area is speckled with little-known but spectacular ruins, many of

Traditional Christmas Cusco

Wednesday, 21 September 2016 by

Traditional celebrations of Christmas in Cusco Traditional Christmas Cusco Panetton is the South American version of fruitcake. The only difference is that people actually eat and like panettone in South America. Everybody gives and gets one for Traditional Christmas Cusco. No problem if you forget to get somebody something- just give them one of your panettones ,

Archaeological Park of Pisac

Tuesday, 20 September 2016 by

The Archaeological Park of Pisac Pisaq is cool little town 35 minutes NE of Cusco. Its known for its huge market on Tuesday, Thursday and Sundays- that’s when the tourist buses roll in. It also has some of the best ruins in the Sacred Valley, Inca Pisaq. Its the Sacred Valley‘s easternmost fortress. Its a

Reasons to travel to Peru

Friday, 26 August 2016 by

Reasons travel to Peru, should be your next holiday destination 1. Machu Picchu..!!! The ancient city of Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist attraction in South America and can be reached via hiking the Inca Trail or by taking any number of different class trains from economic to luxury. With a bit of careful planning,

Ways to get to Machu Picchu

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 by

With any of these options it is best to have all train tickets, hotel reservations, Machu Picchu admission and bus tickets, ground transportation arranged and money changed to soles before leaving Cusco. Bring passport and immigration card to check in to hotels, board the train and receive Machu Picchu tourist stamp. Ways to get to


Post updated to January 2015! Approximate budget from Cusco to Machu Picchu One of the most frequently asked questions on the blog, how much is the approximate budget of Cusco to Machu Picchu. Many people say that the food, hotels, travel agencies, well … everything is expensive. It is true that there are very expensive

Sanctuary of Machu Picchu

Monday, 04 July 2016 by

Sanctuary of Machu Picchu Sanctuary of Machu Picchu with an area comprising just over 35 thousand hectares, the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is much more than a set and archaeological sites nestled in the rugged cloud forest. Its strategic location on the eastern slope of the Andes and both banks of the Urubamba River,

Chachapoyas Culture of Peru

Tuesday, 28 June 2016 by

Chachapoyas Culture of Peru The Chachapoyas culture of Peru was a pre-Inca culture that developed in the current Peruvian department of Amazonas It has left an important number of large stone monuments, as llacta Kuelap, Grand Pajatén, funerary buildings, tombs and mausoleums such as the Lake of the Condors and other hard to reach places.

Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac

Pachacamac the energy of the earth. I think much of Lima know or have heard of Pachacamac archaeological complex, but do we really understand what it was or who was ?. Often visited landmarks and received much information is lost in our memory. As we said our guide, Pachacamac it is land and energy. The