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5 Reasons Why Solo Travel to Peru is a Must

5 Reasons Why Solo Travel to Peru is a Must

Solo travel can either be exciting or terrifying depending on how willing you are to step outside of your comfort zone. This article is for both the tried and true solo travellers and those new to the game, we’re here to share some first-hand information (and reassurance for those a little nervous) about why Peru

The Ultimate Bucket List for Your Trip to Peru ,Part 2

The Ultimate Bucket List for Your Trip to Peru ,Part 2

If you read Part 1 of this bucket list series, you’re already well on your way to discovering the variety of unique adventures to be had in Peru. In this article, we share five more must-have experiences for your custom Peru tour.  From soaring over giant geoglyphs in Nazca to sitting down for a tasty

Why Trujillo is Peru’s Destination to Visit This 2017

Why Trujillo is Peru’s Destination to Visit This 2017

Known as the City of Eternal Spring for its year round sunny weather, Trujillo is a popular coastal destination in northwestern Peru on many travelers’ must-visit lists. With its great weather, eye-catching architecture, rich culture, and of course its beautiful beaches, Trujillo is a one-stop shop for travelers looking for both a relaxing beach getaway

Christmas in Peru: What to Expect and Where to Spend It

Christmas in Peru: What to Expect and Where to Spend It

If your custom Peru vacation happens to fall during this festive time of year, you’re in for an exciting experience full of traditions, some familiar and others entirely new. In this blog post, Kuoda Travel will fill you in on what to expect and provide you with a few suggestions on where best to spend

Dancing the Marinera in Trujillo: Peru’s Famous National Dance

Dancing the Marinera in Trujillo: Peru’s Famous National Dance

At Kuoda Travel, we often tout Peru`s northern beaches, especially cities like Trujillo to clients for its scenic coastline, excellent surf, and stunning archaeological wonders but there’s another local claim to fame worth mentioning: the Marinera, Peru’s National Dance. A major element that contributes to Trujillo`s famed status as Peru`s cultural capital. Trujillo, Peru´s Culture Capital

Caballitos de Totora

Caballitos de Totora

Caballitos de Totora Attractions & Activities In Trujillo & Chiclayo For more than 3,000 years, fishermen in the Huanchaco region of Peru’s northern coast have set out to sea astride “little reed horses” or caballitos de totora. These boats, handmade from totora reeds, curve up like a horn at the front and feature an inner compartment

Chan Chan

Chan Chan

Chan Chan Attractions & Activities In Trujillo & Chiclayo If you were to rewind the clock back just six centuries at Chan Chan, you would be standing in the largest city in the Americas. This UNESCO-listed adobe complex, built and occupied by the ancient Chimú people, is a marvel to behold. At the height of

Gastronomy & Vibrant Culture

Gastronomy & Vibrant Culture

Gastronomy & Vibrant Culture Attractions & Activities In Trujillo & Chiclayo Chiclayo is one of Peru’s gastronomic hotspots and the perfect place to sample northern Peru cuisine. Be sure to try tasty regional specialties, like ceviche, a cured fish dish believed to have originated with this region’s indigenous Moche people; arroz con pato (stewed duck with rice);

Huanchaco

Huanchaco

Huanchaco Attractions & Activities In Trujillo & Chiclayo Just nine miles from Trujillo lies this coastal gem, a laid-back seaside village known for its superb seafood, caballitos de totora reed boats and surf scene. Its white-sand beaches once served as a vacation refuge for domestic travelers, but in recent years, it has garnered international tourist attention with

Ideal Surfing Destination

Ideal Surfing Destination

Ideal Surfing Destination Attractions & Activities In Trujillo & Chiclayo Huanchaco is a surfer’s dream. Not only was it the fifth site ever to be designated a World Surfing Reserve, but it also hosts several surfing competitions, among them the Huanchaco Longboard World Championships, which is held every year in January and attracts surfers from