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World's most amazing Incan Ruins.
Moray
Moray is an archaeological site in Peru approximately 50 km (31 mi) northwest of Cuzco on a high plateau at about 3500 m (11,500 ft) and just west of the village of Maras. The site contains unusual Inca ruins, mostly consisting of several enormous terraced circular depressions, the largest of which is about 30 m (98 ft)...
 
 
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The huacas of Pre-Hispanic Lima.
Lima is definitely a city on the cutting edge of business and technology. From the Metropolitan bus and train lines that connect the city’s sprawling suburban districts; to the new buildings that continue to pop out of nowhere to complete the skyline; to the reliable free wi-fi access in many of Lima’s public parks-- everything ...
 
 
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Celebrate National Potato Day with festivals, special menus and more.

When you go to the market, look for the native potatoes that have the most intense colors, like red, pink and purple. These colors, which are principally representative of potatoes from Huancavelica and Apurimac, shows the presence of iron, zinc and mircronutrients that help combat chronic childhood malnutrition.

“If these po...

 
 
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Peru's Manú National Park celebrates its 40th anniversary.
The park, which covers more than 6,000 square miles, making it the largest of its kind in Peru, was established on May 29, 1973, and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. It covers most of the Manú River basin, in the provinces of Manú and Paucartambo in the regions of Madre de Dios and Cusco.  
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Gaze Over the Inca City of Machu Picchu, Peru.

High amongst the Andes mountain range in Peru at a height of 2,430 metres lies the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu. This historic city was unknown to the outside world till the locals led the famous American archaeologist Hiram Bingham to the site in 1911 and since then it has become one of the most important tourist destinations in Peru. T...

 
 
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Escape from Lima: La Punta.

When the hustle and bustle of Lima’s chaotic, crowded, and cough-generating streets have you feeling like you need a break, there is reprieve just a few minutes away in La Punta. If you visit the smallest of the six districts that make up the Constitutional Province of Callao, you’ll soon see why, for most visitors, it is by far t...

 
 
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A beach ride on a Peruvian paso, the world's most comfortable horse.

The qualities of this type of horse make it so that the ride is well suited for people of any age. From children to seniors, everyone can enjoy this attractive route that begins at the Peruvian Paso Horse Center, part of the Universidad Científica del Sur (UCSUR).

You can choose a ride of one or two hours. As soon as you a...
 
 
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Record Number Of Jaguars Spotted.

Most visitors to the Tambopata Research Center have a 12% chance of seeing a jaguar, but every now and then some of these rare animals are spotted by a few lucky people.
 
However rare, during a recent photo tour photographer Jeff Cremer, biologist Phil Torres, guide Ruben Paiva, and tourists Devita Srey and Carsten Ander...

 
 
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Peru to inaugurate Grand Museum of Tawantinsuyu by 2014.

The construction of the Grand Museum of Tawantinsuyu will be located on a 500-acre site near the Sacsayhuaman fortress in southeastern Peru’s Cusco region and it will require an investment worth US$ 100 million, said Cusco’s regional governor, Jorge Tito Acurio.

 
Acurio notes the museum building w...
 
 
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Inti Raymi: a guide to the Incan Festival of the Sun in Peru.

Location: Sacsayhuamán, Cuzco, Peru

Date: 24 June
Level of participation: 2 – venture beyond the llama-sparing spectacle
 
Oft parodied by popular culture, for example the Tintin book Prisoners of the Sun, this Peruvian paean to the sun god, Inti, used to involve mass...
 
 
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Livin’ large like Bono at Hotel Sol y Luna.

Before we flew to Peru, we found out that Bono had recently stayed and dined at Hotel Sol y Luna, our hotel in Urubamba, in the heart of the Sacred Valley. We took this as a good sign. Bono is a well-traveled man. Like us, he also puts a priority on good food.

Through all our travels, Todd and I have stayed in almost every type o...
 
 
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Who knew? Lima, Peru, is South America’s secret new hipster hangout.
It's a real-life event that sounds like someone’s idea of a joke: “Lima Fashion Week.”
 
What could that be? Ponchos and bowler hats, modeled by llamas?
 
As it turned out, more than 10,000 local and international trend-mongers attended last spring&r...
 
 
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A tour of the flower varieties that give color to Lima.

I love flowers and so does Lima. The fragrant scents, the wild colors, the unusual shapes and sizes all draw my attention wherever I see them. I have always enjoyed taking photographs of flowers. Here in Lima, it’s a photographer’s paradise. Back in the United States if I wanted to see or take pictures of exotic flowers in bloom, ...

 
 
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Peru Restaurant Capital of the World.

Many people ask me what makes Peruvian food so exciting? Well continuing my posts regarding this question, this week I'd like to answer by talking about Peru's dynamic and just incredible restaurant scene.

Peru's restaurant scene has exploded. Whenever I travel there I visit a ton of new and favourite restaurants. Lim...
 
 
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Peru Cusco is Much More Than the Capital of the Inca Empire.

Starting in the 13th century, the city of Cusco, in modern-day Perú, was the capital of the Inca Empire. Although Spanish conquistadors erased much of the Inca influence on Cusco when they arrived in 1533, the city nonetheless remains an important regional hub, most notably for foreign tourists who want to visit Machu Picchu, the fable...

 
 
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Iquitos: Open gateway to the Amazon.

Iquitos is the gateway to adventure and a charming destination that deserves every traveler’s attention. It is a city rich with history, surrounded by rivers and rainforest, and it’s home to a culture that has evolved in isolation from the rest of the “civilized” world. 

Iquitos is a land that has som...
 
 
 
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