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Peruvian food is having a moment.

More and more Americans are flocking to Peruvian food and discovering a world of flavor beyond pollo a la brasa (rotisserie chicken). This diverse cuisine, with influences from Andean to Spanish, Japanese and Chinese to African and Italian, is quickly finding its rightful place in the national food scene.

Credit is due in part to...
 
 
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Pre-Inca Salt Pools at Maras, Peru.

Located 40 kilometers north of Cuzco in Peru, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, lies the town of Maras, well known for its nearby salt evaporation ponds, that’s been in use since Inca times. Thousands of uneven square-shaped ponds dot the slopes of the hillside less than a kilometer west of the town.

 
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Top hikes in Peru.

Another hiking season is upon us and the rain has begun to clear around the most popular trails in Peru. This year there are bound to be more tourists and adventure seekers than ever before so it’s time to start researching and start booking your travel packages. It's time get off the couch and take a look at some new trails to expl...

 
 
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Shot of rare Peruvian bird wins international photo competition.

A rare Peruvian bird has been featured in the winning shot of the 2012 World's Rarest Birds International Photo Competition.

The bird, a White-bellied Cinclodes, was shot by Dubi Shapiro, who won the award in the ‘Critically Endangered Birds’ competition. Shapiro also came in third with her shot of a Madagascar Po...
 
 
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Harpy Eagle Nesting at Refugio Amazonas.

Visitors to Refugio Amazonas can now see one of the rarest birds in the rainforest and her chick. The Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) is the largest raptor in the Amazon rainforest and one of the biggest eagles in the world.

Although there are healthy populations of this majestic bird in the Peruvian rainforests of Tambopata, they are...

 
 
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Lima: A beautiful drive on the Chorrillos coast.

The beauty of the coastline to the south of Lima from Chorrillos to the beach at La Herradura is undeniable. It makes for a perfect Sunday afternoon outing whether by car, bike or foot.

Start your adventure on the Malecon Montarela and head to the Paseo Billinghurst. Chorrillos has managed to maintain much of its flavor from its lo...

 
 
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The Lovely Landscape of the Peruvian Andes.

It’s been a very long time since my ramblings in the Peruvian Andes and I can’t find where I took this photo. What I clearly remember, though, is how totally speechless I felt every time I looked at the mountains, no matter if they were far away or close-by.

While Machu Picchu, with its magic atmosphere, ...

 
 
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Chile and Peru pilot new global sustainable tourism criteria for destinations.

The Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) has selected the Cusco-Sacred Valley-Machu Picchu corridor in Peru, and the shores of Lake Llanquihue, Puerto Varas, and Frutillar in the Lakes Region of Chile for the second round of its pilot program to test its new Criteria and Indicators for Destinations. These new Early Adopter...

 
 
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Top 5 Strangest Things You Can See In Tambopata.

From a decoy building spider that would put Charlotte to shame to the caterpillar that has the same barber as Donald Trump, these are only a few of the interesting things that you can see in Tambopata.

This decoy building spider shows 3D printers what’s up: It's a small spider that constructs a bigger, scarier spider in...
 
 
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5 places you really shouldn’t miss on a luxury vacation to Peru.

Peru may not be known as a premier luxury destination in South America, but in recent years as international tourism has grown in strength, so has the demand for luxury hotels, services and exp...

 
 
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Cordillera Azul National Park In Peru Boasts New Lizard Species Discovery.

Two new colorful species of lizards have been discovered in the Peruvian rain forest, in a little-explored section of the Andes Mountains in the northeast of the country.

Both species of lizards sport colorful splotches of green and brown that allow them to blend into the mountain rain forests they call home.

The lizards...

 
 
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Peruvian anticucho stall among ‘world’s best-kept secrets’.

Peruvian cook Grimanesa Vargas has been included in Time’s ranking of 24 of ‘the world’s best kept-secrets’.

“For nearly 40 years, the legendary Doña Grimanesa Vargas has cooked her anticuchos—the Peruvian take on kebabs—to perfection. Most of that time was spent on the same street...
 
 
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Peru to host Dakar Series 2013.

After the successful visit of the Dakar Rally in Peru both in 2012 and 2013, the Andean country will now host the second Dakar Series event in South America this year.

 
The rally, called "Desafío Inca" will take place in October this year in the Ica Desert, one of the toughest in the region, ...
 
 
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Peru to showcase Inca treasures at Moscow.

An exhibition of Peru’s pre-Columbian and Inca artifacts will be on display at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, Russia, from March 19 to May 29, 2013.

This exhibition of ancient luxury items is named “1000 Years of Inca Gold” and showcases amulets, jewelry and ritual plate, made from pure gold - ...
 
 
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Peru's Mistura 2013 to take place on September 6-15.

Peruvian Society of Gastronomy (Apega) said Mistura 2013 food festival - the largest food festival in Latin America - will take place on September 6-15 this year in Lima.

The event organizer said that the location of the festival will be announced in the next weeks. Last year's edition, it was held at Campo de Marte, one of t...
 
 
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Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship Names Co-Founder of Rainforest Expeditions, Kurt Holle,Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2013.

Kurt Holle, the co-founder of Peru’s visionary leader in sustainable tourism, Rainforest Expeditions has been named a Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 by the World Economic Forum and The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

The Foundation made the announcement Feb. 15, 2013. Ho...

 
 
 
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