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Peru uncovers new stretch of Inca trail.

The newly discovered section is approximately one and a half kilometers long and between 1.2 and 1.4 meters wide, depending on the terrain.

The stretch begins at Wayraqtambo (or Tamblo de los Viejos) and leads up to a platform where visitors can see the Inca llaqta at Machu Picchu, from a totally different angle.

 
 
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Delfin Amazon Cruises Re-Launches the Delfin II.
Delfin Amazon Cruises strives to provide a superior experience on board their custom vessels for the growing market of Peruvian Amazon Expedition Cruising. Therefore, it is with great honor that Delfin announces the Re-Launch of the 28 passenger vessel starting this February 2014.
 
The Delfin II now has a...
 
 
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Best Family Trip: Machu Picchu.
Excerpt from 100 Places That Can Change Your Child's Life, by Keith Bellows
 
Here’s a cool fact to share with children visiting Machu Picchu in Peru—the place probably would never have been discovered without the help of a kid just like them.
 
You see, a...
 
 
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Ancient tomb confirms powerful priestess ruled Peru long ago.
The discovery in Peru of another tomb belonging to a pre-Hispanic priestess, the eighth in more than two decades, confirms that powerful women ruled this region 1,200 years ago, archeologists said.
 
The remains of the woman from the Moche — or Mochica — civilization were discovered in late Jul...
 
 
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Dozens of ancient Lambayeque civilization graves discovered in northern Peru.
The discovery occurred while workers were installing pipes for a project to irrigate 5,500 hectares of “Valle Viejo.”
 
A group of employees of the concessionaire H2Olmos discovered funerary objects belonging to members of the Lambayeque culture’s elite last week. The discovery occurred w...
 
 
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Gallery: Top 10 Inca Ruins to See - Part II.
6. Moray
Photograph by Ian Wood, Alamy
 
This unique archaeological site is one of the best examples—along with Machu Picchu—of what might be called extreme Inca landscaping. Three enormous pits, each with beautifully curved sides that staircase down like the inter...
 
 
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Gallery: Top 10 Inca Ruins to See - Part I.
1. Sacsahuaman
Photograph by Gonzalez, Laif/Redux
 
Not long ago, Machu Picchu was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, a result that will surprise none of the millions of people who’ve visited the spectacular stone citadel in the sky. What most visitors to Peru don’t...
 
 
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Peruvian Amazon: Hot destination for adventure sports.
Extreme sports junkies can get their fix with a visit to Chanchamayo in the Peruvian Amazon, where rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking and other adventure sports abound.
 
Waterfalls and lush forest provide a feast for the senses. (Photo: Conan Muñiz and Fernando Villavicencio/El Comercio)
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Totally disconnect from the world in the heart of the Peruvian jungle.
Puerto Maldonado and Tambopata are very popular among those who love to explore the jungle, and the area is one of the most visited destinations after Cusco by foreign tourists.
 
There are a few very good lodges there and we chose Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, which is part of one of the best Peruvian hote...
 
 
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Here come the girls: Female Spectacled Bears are welcomed with open paws at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel..
Two female spectacled bears (Tremarctos ornatus) named Kina and Josi have been welcomed into the Bear Rescue Project at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel. The two bears, who are twins, now have a new place to call home thanks to a collaboration between the Inkaterra Association (ITA)´s representative, resident biologist Carmen Soto ...
 
 
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Moche Mural in Peru Revealed in Stunning Detail.
In the bone-dry coastal desert of northern Peru, the ancient Moche sculpted and painted intricate murals on the adobe walls of the site now known as Huaca de la Luna (Temple of the Moon). Created between A.D. 100 and 800, the images hold intriguing clues to a mysterious people who left no written texts to help explain their beliefs and cust...
 
 
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New bird species discovered in Peru.
A new small, black-coloured bird species, with an unusual voice, has been discovered in the remote Andes Mountains of central Peru.

The bird 'Junin Tapaculo' was found by Peter Hosner, a doctoral student of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Kansas, and his team, during fieldwork in Junin i...
 
 
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All fun in Viñak: the adventure spot in the highlands of Lima.
Twitter can be a lot of things. Your source for the joke of the day, your 140-character horoscope, where you can get live updates from the protest halfway across the world, or the football match you’re unable to catch on TV.
 
It can be a major distraction or the connective tissue to what’s goi...
 
 
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A hike through Peru’s Colca Canyon.
Like many of life’s great adventures, our trek into Peru’s Colca Canyon was born not of careful planning but from a spontaneous impulse.
 
It was our first day in Cabanaconde, a small town nestled in a chasm deeper than the Grand Canyon in southern Peru’s Arequipa region. My boyfriend and...
 
 
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Archaeologists find remains of sacrificed woman in Peruvian ruins.
Archaeologists from the Wiese Foundation, directed by Régulo Franco Jordán, who discovered the Lady of Cao, witnessed an unprecedented event. About one month ago, the group found the remains of a sacrificed woman in the upper platform of the ruins known as Cao while they were excavating the ceremonial floor. The ruins form par...
 
 
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Historical Archaeological Wari Discovery in Huarmey.
“It is the first intact Wari tomb that deserves the imperial qualification. There is no way to compare it with anything found before,” firmly states Krzysztof Makowski, scientific advisor to the archaeological project which is responsible of the discovery.
 
Also a Professor and former Dean of ...
 
 
 
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