In order to further develop the tourism in Peru, the Minister of Transport and Communications of Peru has announced that as on June 14th 2018 enables the flights from Pisco airport to the city of Cusco and viceversa.
From middle of the year 2016 the mountain Rainbow or Vinicunca mountain such as is named this place it has become very famous for the beauty and the big visual spectacle that offers us its colors that are alike a rainbow.
In this child blog we are going to try to answer to the most frequent questions that we receive on the part of our clients who interest in visiting this p
If you have not chosen your destination for this new year yet, in this blog we give you some reasons why the city of Cusco is the ideal destination!
The spider, the monkey, the hummingbird: the ancient geoglyphs known as the Nazca Lines have impressed themselves upon popular consciousness thanks to appearances in numerous books, films and movies since their discovery almost ninety years ago. But as familiar as these evocative figures can seem today, surprising discoveries are still being made.
In the Peruvian desert, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, you’ll find the most ancient city in the Americas, the remain from a surprisingly advanced civilization.
Machu Picchu Sanctuary provides refuge to varied plant and animal life, including the endangered spectacled bear, the colorful Cock of the Rocks, and an astounding number of orchid and butterfly species. The area is under threat, however, by the 6.3 tons of waste left behind by hikers each month. Now, local government and travel agencies are banding together to cut the use of items such as plastic bags and batteries and to save Machu Picchu Sanctuary.
The spectacled bear, the only bear in South America, is a rare sight these days. Not only is the animal notoriously shy, but it is also endangered. However, tourists visiting the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu were treated to a surprise last week as one young bear was spotted descending the stepped agricultural terraces of the site before retreating towards the high-altitude forest that surrounds the ruins.
National Geographic Traveler Magazine recently compiled a list titles “10 Places to See Now, and you might be surprised to know that Chan Chan made the list. Not because the adobe city isn’t impressive- it’s the largest adobe city in the world, the largest pre-Columbian city of the Americas, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rather, it’s a surprise because this astounding site is so little-known to those outside of Peru.
Puno, the city known as the Folkloric Capital of Peru, celebrates its founding anniversary in a colorful way. Stop by Puno this week to watch elaborately costumed devils in a dance in procession to the beat of traditional Andean highland music, or watch the legendary founder of the Incan empire rise again from the waters of Lake Titicaca in a spectacle involving more than 600 actors.