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Etiquetas: [Adventures]  [Travel]  [Beaches]  [Beaches in Peru]  
Fecha Publicación: Wed, 16 May 2018 17:00:38 +0000
Not many travelers are aware about beautiful beaches lined along the Southern coast of Peru. The beaches here are mostly frequented during summer season lasting from December to March. Through the rest of the year they don a deserted look due to cold weather. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Culture]  [Travel]  [internship]  [Learn Spanish]  [Spanish]  [spanish language]  [visit peru]  
Fecha Publicación: Fri, 11 May 2018 17:00:37 +0000
Many people come to Peru to give a head start to their Spanish learning journey because Peru gives you much more than it takes. Let us find out why Peru is one of the best places in the world to learn Spanish. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Environment]  [News]  [deforestation]  [national park]  [Peruvian Amazonia]  
Fecha Publicación: Wed, 09 May 2018 17:00:36 +0000
Peruvian government, a few months ago, gave a green signal to the formation of a new national park in the Amazonian rain forests. Yaguas National Park as it is called is situated in north-eastern Peru in the Loreto region bordering Columbia. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Culture]  [Food]  [Travel]  [cafes in Lima]  [peruvian cuisine]  [Restaurants]  
Fecha Publicación: Mon, 07 May 2018 17:00:34 +0000
Steaks are a rage in Lima and are served across many steakhouses. With no dearth of options it can get difficult for you to choose the right one. The following are the top five steakhouses of Lima known for their superior quality and great service. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Culture]  [Festivals]  [holidays]  [Peruvian Festival]  [valentine]  
Fecha Publicación: Wed, 02 May 2018 17:00:42 +0000
If you wish to travel abroad next year, make sure you visit Peru during February. February is a great time to be in Peru when the South American nation is engrossed in festivals and fiestas. Your holiday becomes even more special when you spend Valentine’s Day there. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Environment]  [flora and fauna]  [flowers]  [peruvian flower]  
Fecha Publicación: Mon, 30 Apr 2018 17:00:41 +0000
Often cited as the Queen of the Andes, puya raimondii is the world’s largest of the 3475 known species of bromeliad with a magnificent flower spike that protrudes from a denser cluster of leaves. Puya is a pineapple relative with slender leaves and sharp thorns. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Culture]  [Food]  [beverages]  [Coffee]  [Peruvian Drinks]  
Fecha Publicación: Wed, 25 Apr 2018 17:00:39 +0000
If you are a connoisseur of rare coffees of the world, you will surely go gaga over the taste of the dung coffee produced in Peru. What’s different about this coffee is that it is procured from the excreta of a hog-nosed South American mammal called coati, a species similar to raccoon. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Adventures]  [Travel]  [Andes]  [Rainbow Mountain]  [trek]  
Fecha Publicación: Mon, 23 Apr 2018 17:19:38 +0000
Rainbow Mountain also known as Vinicunca is the result of unique Permian formation, long term weathering, wind and water erosion. The mountain glimmers in singular colors ranging from red, turquoise, to lavender, blue and green. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Adventures]  [Sports]  [chicama]  [peru surfing]  [Surf]  
Fecha Publicación: Wed, 28 Feb 2018 21:37:05 +0000
Are you a surfer who is looking for some of the longest and most exhilarating waves in the world? Well, Peru might just be the place for you. Located about 300 miles north of Lima, Chicama offers one of the longest waves in the world ideal for surfing. Chicama, an arid region with cold sea, is known for its well organized swells. Read more..
Etiquetas: [Culture]  [Food]  [cuyes]  [guinea pigs]  [peruvian cuisine]  
Fecha Publicación: Mon, 26 Feb 2018 17:00:52 +0000
It is common to spot cute and furry little guinea pigs in kids’ bedrooms with all the love being showered on them. In Peru however you’ll find them served hot across restaurants and at street food corners. Let us take a look at how guinea pigs came to become so popular in Peru, and how they continue to be eaten with relish across the country. Read more..