Author archives: Roxana Guerrero

Innovative Arequipa’s cuisine

Arequipa’s cuisine has not been outside of the latest culinary boom; on the contrary its flavors have inspired many different fusions. The result is a diverse cuisine that combines the traditional flavor of the Picanterías with modern and cosmopolitan proposals such as Zig Zag and Palate 1900. Restaurants we will introduce in this post. The […]

Community tourism at Coporaque

Coporaque is a little picturesque town located in Arequipa, the perfect spot for tourists who like community tourism. We highly recommend visiting Wasy Huerta, home of Mr. Faustina, there you can stay and live an unforgettable immersion travel experience. Activities such as milk cows, harvest broad beans for breakfast, take a long walk or go […]

Ollantaytambo’s Delicacies

Walking along Ollantaytambo´s narrow streets will definitely feel like traveling back in time. And that is because this small town is home of one the latest living Inca communities of the Peruvian Andes, who still maintain their Inca ancestral traditions.   Ollantaytambo is located 80 km from Cusco, in a space with over 500 years […]

The enchantment of Lake Titicaca

The city of Puno and the Lake Titicaca are some of the most astonishing tourist attractions of Peru and South America. Since it is located in the Collao plateau on the banks of the world’s highest lake, this millennial city is considered a wonder of nature. Photography by Un País Mega Diverso Before the appearance of […]

Arequipa’s Picanterías

It’s no longer a secret that Arequipa is one of the main cities to enjoy the best of the Peruvian cuisine. This is due to two reasons: the preservation of its traditional cuisine and, at the same time, the innovation in its gastronomy, developing creative and cosmopolitan dishes. Let’s start with the famous “Picanterias” (restaurants […]

Mysteries and stories about the ancient Presbitero Maestro

Known as the Presbitero Matias Maestro, the General Cemetery of Lima is considered the first municipal cemetery of Latin America. It was built between 1805 and 1808 in the city’s boundaries and nowadays it’s a neoclassic architecture site where you can appreciate the largest collection of European XIX century marble sculptures of Latin America, which […]

Dreamlike Matucana

If it’s a matter of getting away from Lima, there are countless places to travel in the mountainous area. Matucana is the perfect spot scape from the city. Since it is a peaceful town with breathtaking landscapes and good weather, it’s the favorite destination for people who love nature and outdoor activities. Here you will […]

Proud of our new hotel in Machu Picchu

Surrounded by a forest of clouds in the most peaceful area of Aguas Calientes in front of Urubamba River, is Tierra Viva Machu Picchu, a strategic-located modern hotel, built to provide you with the best experience of the astonishing Inca citadel.   Tierra Viva Machu Picchu This is our fifth hotel in Cusco and eighth […]

Pachacamac Oracle

Just one hour from Lima you will find the most important monumental construction of the Peruvian coast: the Archaeological Sanctuary of Pachacamac. It has been considered as the main sanctuary of that area for more than a millennium. When Spaniards arrived, this place was the Pachacamac god sanctuary where pilgrims came from different parts of […]

Rupac, the citadel of Atavillos

This place was part of Atavillos kingdom, a culture that dates from 900 and 1400 AC and developed in the highest area of Huaral (150 km to the north of Lima). Rupac is the best model of Pre-Inca architecture wonders, moreoever, this style is very unique in Peru.Located in the highest part of a mountain, […]

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