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What to Bring to Peru- a journal guide

Peru has many different climate conditions over the country and this makes it difficult to decide what to pack. If you are going to the coastal regions in the summer, then it will be warm. If you are going to the highlands in the wet season, then you will need your wet weather clothing. The jungle is mostly warm but you will need light long clothing to protect yourself from the insects. So where you are going and what time of year that you re going are very important factors to take into consideration when choosing what to pack for your trip to Peru.

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A Luxurious Train Ride from Cusco to Puno in Peru

All around the world, you can experience great train journeys as a method of reaching your destination of choice. Some include the Trans-Siberian, which is arguably the longest and most famous train journey of them all, travelling from Moscow to Vladivostok.

Handicrafts at Awanacancha Textile Center

 Native to Peru and South America are Llamas, Alpacas and Vicuñas. These animals are part of the Camel family and you will see them all over Peru. Traditionally Llamas were used as work animals and still are today. Alpacas are known for their wool and there delicious tender meat. The lesser known of the…

10 Reasons to rent a luxury apartment if you have plans to tour Lima

The Best things to do in Lima

Peruvian capital of Lima Are you planning to travel to Peru on your next vacation? Well if you are, then you will want to spend some time in the Peruvian capital of Lima. Lima has undergone a drastic transformation in recent years and now is a great location to spend a few days of your…

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Lima: The Culinary Capital of South America.

  Lima: The Culinary Capital of South America. Over recent years, the Peruvian culinary industry has grown to be world renowned with a number of Peruvian restaurants now being considered amongst the top restaurants in the world. Today, Peruvian chefs are internationally recognized as leaders in the culinary world. Peruvian restaurants are springing up all...
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The history of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu Machu Picchu is located 130 kilometers from the city of Cusco in the canyon formed by the Urubamba River, on the slopes of the mountain known as "Machu Picchu", which in Quechua means "old peak". However, the city was not originally known by this name, its original name is unknown as it has...
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The best Travel Books about Machu Picchu

  The best Travel Books about Machu Picchu Are you planning a trip to Peru and Machu Picchu this year? Has Peru been a destination on your bucket list that you've just been dying to travel to and now you have finally made the decision to take the plunge and travel to the beautiful South...
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The best things to do in Peru

  The best things to do in Peru. Peru is full of wonderful ancient ruins, sacred sites, natural beauty and of course modern cities, all of which are a must to experience on any Peruvian adventure. The choice of places to see is endless and you might be having trouble deciding what the best things...
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Colca Canyon: the best place to see Condors in Peru

Colca Canyon: the best place to see Condors in Peru For all you nature lovers out there, traveling to Peru can be the trip of a lifetime. Peru is filled with wonderful mountains and dense Amazon Jungle filled with more exotic plant life than you could ever imagine.  Any Adventure to Peru, would not be...
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Festivals and Holidays in Peru

Festivals and Holidays in Peru Peru celebrates around 3000 festivals every year, most of which honour the day of a patron saint. These saints were introduced as part of the Christian calendar brought to Peru by the Spanish. Most of these festivals have been integrated with the Native traditions of Peru, bringing colour, dance and...