Inti Raymi – The Sun Festival: The Festival of the Sun – Inti Raymi Each year on June 24 (the winter solstice in the Southern Hemisphere) Cusco celebrates the Inca Festival of the Sun – Inti Raymi. Created by Inca Pachacutec, Inti Raymi was a tribute to the venerated Sun God Inti. Nowadays, the festival draws thousands of local and international visitors to the ancient Inca capital – Cusco – to celebrate one of the most important events of the calendar year.
Juchuycocha Lake – Chicon Glacier, 1 Day Trek Cusco – Peru: Laguna Juchuycocha, a stunning alpine lake, lies hidden in the beautiful mountains behind Urubamba in Peru’s Sacred Valley. This untouched lake sits at almost 15,250 feet and remains a hidden treasure. The strenuous trek makes for a long, but rewarding day trip from Urubamba.
TREK TO HUMANTAY LAKE, Full Day Hike: We made this Huamantay lake Day trek – Salkantay trek 1 day thinking in nature lovers who do not have many days but they can found spectacular landscapes with exotic flora and fauna, Along this hike adventure you will able to find beautiful valleys and white mountains and one the most important lakes considered as a sacred mountain in Incan mythology.
WHAT TO DO IN AREQUIPA CITY – ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES IN AREQUIPA: Explore the best Tours in Arequipa, one of the most important cities of Peru. The so-called White City gathers the most exciting activities to do in this south American gem. Besides being home to the 2nd Deepest Canyon in the World, this region comprehends volcanos, sanctuaries, museums, history, and traditions. Learn everything you need to know about this beautiful city and make the most of your experience!
Arequipa Tours, Travel and Adventures, Tourism in Peru: VISIT AREQUIPA – Arequipa known as the White City, is surrounded by some of the wildest terrain in Peru. This is a land of active snowy volcanoes, high-altitude deserts, thermal hot springs, salt lakes and, last but not least, the world’s deepest canyons.
PERU – SOUTH AMERICA: Peru is situated in the western part of South America. On the north it is bordered by Ecuador and Colombia, on the east by Brazil and Bolivia, and on the south by Chile. The entire west side of Peru is bordered by the Pacific Ocean. Peru’s size is 1,285,215 sq. km (496,095 sq. miles). To compare: that is roughly France, Italy and Sweden together. Or the US-states of Texas, New York, California and Maine together.
AMAZONAS PERU Amazonas Peru Overview: * Location: North of the country * Area: 39 249 km2 * Capital: Chachapoyas (2334 masl) * Altitude Minimum: 230 masl (Santa María de Nieva) Maximum: 3952 masl (Chuquimbamba) The department of Amazonas, named after the Amazon River, provides an extraordinary view of endless leafy forest for those flying over […]
TRAVEL TO TUMBES – PERU Tumbes: Tumbes is in a uniquely green part of coastal Peru, where dry deserts magically turn into mangroves and an expanse of ecological reserves stretches in all directions. It’s also the way for trips to the excellent and popular beaches of Máncora. Tumbes Peru Overview: * Location: North Coast. […]