The Inca Trail was considered one of the 50 travel experiences that you never forget in life for those of Hola.com, ranking 8th place in history and everything it stands for every inch of the trail.
The world is full of jewels spread across five continents, some natural and others that are great creations of man as the Inca Trail is ideal for adventurers and dreamers who want to know even more room.
Peru has been nominated once again for Best Culinary Destination, Best Destination in South America (Lima), Best Green Destiny (Peru) and Best Tourist Office (Promperú) regional awards in the World Travel Awards (WTA) 2014. :::
In 2013, Peru was designated as the official venue for the first time in order to celebrate the regional round for Central, South America and the Caribbean.
For this reason you should not miss the opportunity to mix a bit of history, tradition and above all flavor to your trip with our culinary classes in the capital of the Inca Empire.
Inti Raymi, in the Quechua language "Festival of the Sun" is an ancient Andean religious ceremony in honor of Inti (the sun god), each winter solstice takes place in the Andes, all on June 24.
This year the ceremony was over 40,000 spectators in the first two scenes
Over 40,000 people gathered in the temple of Koricancha and the Plaza de Armas of Cusco, to appreciate this memorable ceremony of Inti Raymi, the final part, was develop in the afternoon at the archaeological site of Sacsayhuaman.
The mayor of the provincial municipality of Cusco, Luis Flores Garcia, mentioned that during the first scene, the actor Nivardo Carrillo from Chumbivilca, who represent the Inca Pachacutec, singing the inti "sun god" on is the Bastion of Koricancha.
During the week of June 24 to 29, held the week of Iquitos tour, where you can enjoy various gastronomic, artistic, cultural and mystical activities in conjunction with the traditional festival of "San Juan" celebration held in all villages department and the jungle of Peru.
Colca is one of the major tourist destination of Peru, Located at the northeast corner of the white city of Arequipa, Caylloma province.
Considered the second deepest canyon in Peru, and the fourth worldwide, with a depth of 3,400 meters. He received between January and May this visit of 70.884 tourists, and local and foreign, the figure is slightly higher than in the same period last year.
The manager of the Autonomous Municipality of Colca, Jesus Yucra indicated that because of the festivities of the patriotic month in July, have scheduled various activities to attract the interest of foreign and local tourists who take advantage of the mid-year holidays, with to learn more about our fascinating culture and the bounties of nature.
We invite you to be part of the Peruvian culture.
More than a ritual, the Qeswachaka bridge was declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, this activity is done every year, through a rite from the time of the Incas.
All families from nearby communities involved in the collection of natural fiber - Braided forage (ICHU), this wonderful work is over the Apurimac River and is part of a section of the Andean road system, known as the Qhapac Nan.
The hanging structure is located at 3,700 meters above sea level and has a length of 28 meters by 1.20 meters wide, located in the district of Quehue, in the region of Cusco.
For the preservation of the art of bridge construction and tradition, four communities send twenty young to train each year, this ensures that customs prevail with the passing of the years
.Peruvian Minister of Culture, Diana Alvarez Calderon gave the order for the Unesco communities and authorities involved in the maintenance of the bridge Q”eswachaka.
The Beautiful Inca citadel, declared Natural and Cultural Heritage Site by Unesco.
He was regarded as the most desired by travelers of the World, after a million votes, from a list of 30 destinations, is one of the three favorite adventure travel destination.
Proving that the Inca culture, attractions and Peru are in the eyes of the world.