Astrid y Gastón, a top-ranked restaurant among locals and visitors alike, recently received an international culinary nod.
This introduction to Peru’s other civilizations aims to balance the one-sided vision of Peruvian history and inspire a visit to pre-Inca ruin sites scattered across Peru.
Read up on the fascinating archaeological sites that you can visit while hiking the Inca Trail. These Inca Trail ruins are well worth exploring on your trek.
Located in the driest part of Peru, merging with Chile’s Atacama Desert, the Moquegua region houses extensive mineral reserves, and is home to one of Peru’s largest copper mines, Cuajone.
You should not dismiss Lima so quickly as there are a few noteworthy sites in the city and around that will be of interest to many history lovers.
If you too are feeling tempted to fly away toward exotic and warm destinations to enjoy Christmas under coconut trees in Chile!
Roadtrip along the Pan Americana and check out the southern coast of Peru with first-hand travel advice from a Peru travel expert at Peru For Less.
The best way to see the Nazca Lines is by taking a 30 minute charter flight to observe them from the air. For those on a budget, there is also a free viewing tower at ground level.
Check out our guide to the Inca Trail availability to make sure you reserve your spot in time!