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The long road to the Inca citadel of Macchu Picchu.

The ancient citadel of Macchu Picchu near Cuzco, Peru. Undiscovered by the Spanish conquistadors, it remained unsacked.

Mud squelched under my feet as I trudged ahead in the pitch black. The rain had been steadily picking up in the past ten minutes, an increasingly urgent patter off the brim of my hat, the plastic poncho I had on...
Scouting out the Top Ten Experiences of Southern Peru (Part II).
Inkaterra Machu Picchu is one of my favorite hotels in Peru, beautiful rooms, excellent service and some fantastic Peruvian cuisine and activities to be enjoyed. I was lucky to see the Andean Spectacled bears play in a pool of water- a real highlight of my time in Peru!
Scouting out the Top Ten Experiences of Southern Peru (Part I).
As one of the most diverse and culturally wealthy countries in the whole of South America, Peru is one of those destinations that offers so much to visitors. But where, what and how do you get the very best of it?
Well our resident luxury travel designer, Anna, went to find out just this in the popular r...
Arequipa to celebrate its anniversary with 4 km parade.
On August 15, Arequipa will celebrate 473 years since its founding with a big celebration.
Every year Arequipa, the White City, celebrates its anniversary with the corso de amistad, friendship parade. This year, the organizers have announced the parade will tour over 4 kilometers of the city.
First Unlooted Royal Tomb of Its Kind Unearthed in Peru.
Giersz, an archaeologist at the University of Warsaw in Poland, realized at once that if word leaked out that his Polish-Peruvian team had discovered a 1,200-year-old "temple of the dead" filled with precious gold and silver artifacts, looters would descend on the site in droves. "I had a nightmare about the possibility,"...
First Pictures: Peruís Rare, Unlooted Royal Tomb (Part II).
Images of winged, supernatural beings adorn a pair of heavy gold-and-silver ear ornaments that a high-ranking Wari woman wore to her grave in the newly discovered mausoleum at El Castillo de Huarmey in Peru.
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First Pictures: Peruís Rare, Unlooted Royal Tomb (Part I).
Images of winged, supernatural beings adorn a pair of heavy gold-and-silver ear ornaments that a high-ranking Wari woman wore to her grave in the newly discovered mausoleum at El Castillo de Huarmey in Peru.
South America’s Earliest Empire
Travellersí Tales: Peruvian Amazon.
It’s hard to grasp exactly where we are. The map says Peru — specifically the Pacaya Samiria National Park — and it was certainly from Peru’s ‘jungle capital’ Iquitos that we set out a few nights ago, slipping across the dark waters through a blizzard of insects to our illuminated cruise ship. But this mo...
Peru on a plate (Part V) - The Amazon: jungle super foods.
The faded jungle city of Iquitos was created by the 19th-century rubber boom, and is only accessible by air and water. It was here that I boarded the M/V Aria to sail west to the headwaters of the Amazon basin, where the Marañón and Ucayali rivers meet. The area is rich in wildlife but on this elegant, 16-suite vessel – ...
Peru on a plate (Part IV) - The Andes: not just potatoes.
The fertile Andean valleys still produce the same ingredients as they did in pre-Inca times: tubers (there’s said to be as many as 4,000 varieties of potato), corn, grains, llama and alpaca meat, trout and guinea pig.
In Cusco’s 16th-century cathedral, an indigenous artist’s depiction o...
Peru on a plate (Part III) - The coast: fine fish and fusion.
Peruvians can afford to be choosy about their seafood. The icy Humboldt Current runs along their long Pacific coastline, giving them some of the most abundant fishing grounds in the world.
I’d met Toshiro Konishi at his restaurant Mesa 18 in Lima’s sophisticated Miraflores Park Hotel.
Peru on a plate (Part II) - Lima: capital cuisine.
Lima is the country’s gastronomic hub. It’s home to Surquillo Market, famed for the variety of its produce, from the Andes to the Amazon – both only an hour’s flight away. It also has restaurants run by an increasing number of celebrity chefs in the upscale barrios of Miraflores and San Isidro.
Peru on a plate (Part I).
The women peered at me from behind the bottled snakes, gnarled maca root and dragon’s blood, their faces impassive under their fedoras. Long, black plaits hung down their backs as they gabbled to each other in Quechua. The air was bathed in the scent of palo santo wood, redolent of church incense.
World Travel Awards makes history in Lima, Peru.
World Travel Awards, heads for Lima Peru to make history, for this is where the Central and South America Gala ceremony will be held for the first time on July 20th 2013. The glittering red carpet event will take place at the site of the ancient Huaca Pucllana temple, located in the central Miraflores district, in the heart of the city.
Ticonata, the Peruvian island where time stands still.
Just beyond the Capachica peninsula lies the charming island of Ticonata, which is known for its round houses and for having, from its highest point, a spectacular 360 degree view of Lake Titicaca.
Upon arriving at Ticonata, visitors are received by the families of the community, dressed in their colorfu...
Corpus Christi celebration in Cusco.

Corpus Christi is a very colorful and traditional ceremony and a wonderful opportunity for visitors to celebrate a traditional festival. Thousands of visitors and faithful filled the streets of Cusco last week for the annual Corpus Christi celebration. The colorful parade is the first of Cusco’s florkloric festivities during the month o...

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