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Discover The Mystery of Chile On This Magical 9-Day Historical Easter Island Tour

Discover The Mystery of Chile On This Magical 9-Day Historical Easter Island Tour

Isolated in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean, over 2,000 miles from the nearest inhabited land, lies one of the world's most enigmatic archaeolog...

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The Cusco Tourist Ticket (Boleto Turistico)

In Cusco, the local government has come up with a variety of choices for visitors to purchase package deals to gain entrance to ruins and museums in a...

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Halloween vs. Día de la Canción Criolla

Every October 31st in Peru, a dilemma faces would-be revelers due to the fact that two well-known holidays fall on the same day: Peru’s Día de la C...

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Big Eyes, Yellow Hands, and Crazy Hair: Discovering Peru’s Monkeys

What Kinds of Monkeys Can You See in Peru? Peru is home to over 32 species of monkeys, which belong to three different families. These three families...

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Kuoda’s Picks for the Top Five Restaurants in Cusco: Part 1

Whether you’re planning adventurous or luxury travel in Peru, Cusco offers a dizzying array of restaurants to suit all budgets and preferences. It w...

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Peru Family Travel: A Day-Trip to the Choco Museum

Keeping the kids entertained on your Peru family trip can sometimes be a challenge. Cultural sites like Machu Picchu might be intriguing for you, but ...

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Pride & Tradition: A Look at Peru’s Famous Pisco Sour

Pisco sour is Peru’s national drink, and as much a symbol of Peruvian identity as ceviche. Sampling this unique and delicious drink is an essential ...

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Peru’s Can’t-Miss Belmond Properties: Part 1

Hotels by Belmond, a British owned luxury brand with a presence of 5 hotels in Peru, are gaining popularity across the country. These hotels are best ...

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Hoja de Coca (Coca Leaf) and its Role as a Sacred, Invaluable Plant in Andean Cultures

Coca has been a fundamental part of the religious cosmology of the Andean peoples of Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and northern Argentina and Chil...

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Andean Cock of the Rock: Peru’s National Bird

Spot the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock on Your Private Peru Holiday The Andean cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola peruviana) is the national bird of Peru. It’s a...

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Casa Andina Hotels: A local inspiration

Why Casa Andina Hotels is Peru’s Fastest-Growing Local Chain Peru is increasingly becoming known for its fantastic hotels. The Casa Andina Hote...

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A Hidden Five-Star Gem: The Sumaq Hotel in Aguas Calientes

If you arrive at Aguas Calientes, also called Machu Picchu Pueblo, by train, you may have a difficult time imagining a five-star hotel could be found ...

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Top Predators to Photograph on Your Private Amazon Holiday

The Tambopata National Reserve is a huge nature reserve located in the southern Peruvian Amazon while it hugs along the shores of the Madre de Dios Ri...

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