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Exotic culinary tours around the world.

Eating and cooking one's way through a country is one of the best ways to understand and enjoy a culture. The raw ingredients, finished dishes and smells, tastes and traditions in between meld into unforgettable sensory experiences.

Tour operators are offering an increasing number of trips that cater to their guests' desire...

 
 
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10 Holidays for the food obsessed.

London is suddenly awash with Peruvian restaurants including Ceviche and recently opened Coya.

But Latin America’s most gourmet cuisine, which sees unusual native ingredients – maca root, jumbo corn, aji peppers and yellow potatoes – loaded with bold flavours, as with chilli-sauce topp...

 
 
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New Tucume museum to reopen after architectural works.

The modern Tucume site museum, in Peru’s northern Lambayeque region, will reopen its doors in August after over one year of architectural works, museum director Bernada Delgado said.

Delgado noted that the museum was built on 23,000 square meters of land and expects th...

 
 
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Lima warms up for Dakar Rally.

The Waiting Park next to the Magdalena beach is filling up in preparation for the first day of scrutineering of this year's Dakar Rally, which starts in Peru on January 5 and ends in Chile on January 20.

Now that the technical and administrative scrutineering area is ready to open, Peru'...

 
 
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Make your Peru Vacations more enjoyable with ultimate online services.

If you are the admirer of historical temples, broad deserts, long water ways, mystical artifacts, and incredible sea shores then Peru is the perfect destination for your next vacations. You can enjoy lots of activities in Peru. Moreover, it is the attraction point of tourists from all over the world with different...

 
 
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Enjoy the professional assistance and great customer care for Perurooms.

If you are thinking of a great holiday to Peru where you can enjoy some great time with friends and family then book your rooms now with the professional assistance of perurooms.com. We offer you some of the best rooms ever which can be really a great way of thinking of a great vacation and bring in an element of ...

 
 
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Machu Picchu wins world's leading green destination award.

The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru was voted as the World’s Leading Green Destination for 2012 at the 19th World Travel Awards held in India.

Elisabeth Hakim, Promperu tourism coordinator for North America and the UK said that besides Machu Picchu is known as an ...

 
 
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Peru named world's leading culinary destination.

Peru has won the top honor as World's Leading Culinary Destination at the 2012 World Travel Awards held in India, Peruvian Minister of Trade and Tourism Jose Luis Silva announced Wednesday.

Renowned for its ingredients and traditional dishes, the Peruvian cuisine bagged ...

 
 
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New Species of Spider Discovered in Peruvian Amazon.

Peru’s visionary leader in sustainable tourism, Rainforest Expeditions, reports that a new species of spider is believed to have been discovered near the Tambopata Research Center deep in the Peruvian Amazon. The spider is unique in that it constructs a larger, decoy spider in its web, completel...

 
 
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Titilaka Makes a Difference.

TITILAKA - NOW PART OF RELAIS & CHATEAUX

Titilaka hotel was chosen by Relais & Chateaux as a member of its exclusive chain at the annual Congress held in  Turin in early November of this year. This has been...

 
 
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Rainforest Expeditions Encourages Guests to Pack for a Purpose.

Posada Amazonas Lodge, one of three accommodations under the directive of Peru’s visionary leader in sustainable tourism, Rainforest Expeditions, has partnered with Pack for a Purpose that encourages travelers to carry with them five pounds of school or medical supplies that can make a difference to communit...

 
 
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The world’s highest resolution image of Machu Picchu released.

A photo with perhaps the highest resolution of any image ever captured of Machu Picchu has been posted online.

At 15.9 gigapixels (one gigapixel is equivalent to 1000 megapixels), the image of the Inca citadel allows viewers to see the site in impressive detail.

 
 
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Lonely Planet hails Peru’s Chachapoyas as a top-10 region for 2013.

Travellers looking for an off-the-beaten track experience should add the Chachapoyas region of northern Peru and the ancient city of Kuelap to their Peru itineraries, according to Lonely Planet, which has included it in its ‘Top Ten Regions’ for 2013.

Many travel...

 
 
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Machu Picchu Secrets.

1.- It’s not actually the Lost City of the Inca.

When the explorer Hiram Bingham III encountered Machu Picchu in 1911, he was looking for a different city, known as Vilcabamba. This was a hidden capital to which the Inca had escaped after the...

 
 
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Conservation Biology Techniques Of Parrots And Macaws In The Peruvian Amazon.

With Dr. Donald Brightsmigh, in collaboration with the Cayetano University in Peru, Rainforest Expeditions is making a field course on "Conservation Biology Techniques of Parrots and Macaw...

 
 
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NZ Herald article spotlights Lake Titicaca in Peru.

The 'blue' waters and floating islands of Lake Titicaca in Puno, southeastern Peru, are highlighted in a recent article from The New Zealand Herald.

"Lake Titicaca's waters are as black as midnight. But as the sun creeps over the hills that surround the edge...

 
 
 
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