Category Archives: Blog

Easter on the South beaches of Lima

Celebrating Easter in the Sur Chico (south beaches of Lima) is an excellent alternative if your idea is to travel nearby the city. Located between the Kilometers 40 and 50 of the South Panamerican highway, the end of summer results as a perfect season to visit them due to the smaller amount of people looking [...]

Port of Callao

Callao is the port of the city of Lima and the most important of Peru. Besides all of its commercial activity, the zone of Callao has different tourist attractions, ranging from a historical center of viceregal and republican architecture, a couple of museums to abundant wildlife and history of the islands of its coast. This [...]

The magic and mysticism of La Rosa Nautica

This emblematic Lima restaurant is located in an ancient wharf on the Costa Verde in Miraflores, in which cuisine, since its opening in 1983, have passed some of the most important chefs of the country.  With beautiful views in all of its rooms, where you can enjoy a spectacular sunset, La Rosa Nautica offers a [...]

Adventure in the Sabancaya

The sun arises in Arequipa as we get ready to head toward the Sabancaya (5976 sea level), a volcano located in the high area of the Colca Valley. Its name – Sabancaya -  means “tongue of fire” in quechua , and it is considered among the most active volcanoes in Peru, having had it last [...]

Dinner at “Balcones de Puno”

Located in Libertad street, just around a block from our Tierra Viva Puno Plaza hotel, Balcones de Puno (Puno’s balconies) is a must stop if you are searching for the best of Puno’s cuisine. Acknowledged by TripAdvisor -the world’s largest travel site- with the Certificate of Excellence in 2013, and assorted with a magnificent variety [...]

Living the festival of Holy Virgin of Candelaria

Among the many ancient feasts that are still celebrated in Peru, the Virgin of Candelaria festival stands out for being the most colorful and massive of them all, a symbol of the religious syncretism among aymara, quechua and spanish culture that is revealed through the dance of the peculiar characters that are part of its [...]

Around Lima in 2 days

When it comes to sightseeing in the city of Lima and discovering its rich historical and architectural heritage, the experience can be a great adventure. Spanish colonial houses and archaeological sites contrast with modern tall buildings in a cosmopolitan city. And even though a tour around the Peruvian capital may require a few days, here [...]

Tipón: Tribute to water

The occupation of Tipón happened at around 1200 a.c. and it is believed that the first inhabitants belonged to the Wari Empire or to the Ayamarcas, a culture that lived in the valley of Cusco, located at about 20 km from Tipón. From this period remains the 6km of the defense wall that used to surround it. It was Pachacutec who [...]

Arequipa’s School: La Compañia Church.

Considered one of the greatest south american mestizo baroque edifications, La Compañía church, which began its construction in late XVI century, was entirely made in ashlar, the white volcanic rock that identifies the colonial urban structure of the Historical Center of Arequipa.   Located in one of the corners of the main square, La Compañia [...]

The Scissor’s dancer

Like if he had been possesed, the danzaq shakes frantically, crashing in the air, with an incredible skill, the scissors. It is said that he has a pact with the devil, that he feels no pain, that he is capable of mediate between man and nature, that he gains strength from the wamanis and the [...]

mobile01

Contact Info

Tierra Viva Hoteles
Av. Benavides 1579, Oficina 303
Miraflores, Lima 18
Lima - Perú
Fono/Fax: (511) 370 9080
info@tierravivahoteles.com
blog.tierravivahoteles.com