Archaeological tourism

Cusco, August: In addition to the ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru has more archaeological sites than the rest of South America combined, and the past three decades have been an exciting period in the field of Peruvian archaeology, with new

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Dealing with altitude sickness in Cusco

When we meet our travelers in Cusco, among other things, we advise them about altitude sickness, known in Peru as soroche. By offering certain recommendations, our aim is to help them to avoid the symptoms of this condition. So that

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The activities you can enjoy after your visit to Machu Picchu!

Are you going to visit the extraordinary citadel of Machu Picchu and you still have time for other activities? Then you could opt to climb Huayna Picchu Mountain, and experience the fabulous view of Machu Picchu. Or if you prefer,

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Lima’s Museums

Travelers spending one or two days in Lima before or after visiting other parts of Peru should not miss the chance to visit some of the capital’s excellent museums. Cusco, May 17th 2018: The capital of Peru is home to

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“Spring” in the Andes

When planning a trip to South America, few travelers in the northern hemisphere realize that when spring comes to North America and Europe in April and May, what should be autumn in the southern hemisphere actually brings delightful spring-like conditions

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More ancient geoglyphs in the Nasca desert

Peruvian archaeologists have discovered more ancient geoglyphs in the Nasca desert Cusco, April 17th 2018: The globally famous Nasca Lines, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, were created by a series of coastal dwelling cultures over centuries, beginning