Category Archives: Adventure and Nature

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 [...]

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 [...]

Life in the Manu

The sun arises from the density of the jungle while we prepare to get out to the macaw’s clay lick. The jungle shudders with life and we hear noises of hundred of different types of animals, mostly monkeys and birds, many of them unique in this part of the world. And while we sailed through [...]

Inexplicable Markawasi

Markawasi (4000 m) is an enigmatic stone forest, located in the mountain range of Lima, on which much has been written. Several authors, fascinated by the mysterious and imposing landscape, have attributed the origin of its unusual geological formations to ancient cultures that are lost in time, while others have attributed it to beings from [...]

A walk through Nor Yauyos – Cochas

The Landscape Reserve Nor Yauyos – Conchas is considered one of the most beautiful sceneries of Peru. Within the reserve you can enjoy several interesting and attractive activities, as it has beautiful snow capped mountains, turquoise lagoons, multiple waterfalls, canyons, gorges, forests of queñual trees, archaeological remains and a variety of flora and fauna. To [...]

Quechua Cultural Corridor

What we generally know as “Quechua culture” is, contrary to what is believed, previous to the Incas and would have been built since the earliest times of the Chavin culture. Its latest cultural expression was the language Quechua or Runa Simi -the language of the people- which would expanded through the central Andes to encompass [...]

Vivencial tourism in Pacchanta

Pacchanta community is located on the slopes of Mount “Ausangate”, 4200 above sea level. Its inhabitants, who dedicate to the breeding of alpacas and the cultivation of native tubercles, are knit experts. They make their vestments with alpaca fiber and use the meat as a source of protein. Native potatoes, fresh or transformed traditionally into [...]

Horseback experiences

Cusco and the Sacred Valley are two of the best destinations to explore archaeological places, attractions, communities and mountains on horseback, allowing to discover the navel of the world in a different way. In addition to the recreational use of horses, tour operators offer a wide range of routes and circuits of all difficult levels, with [...]

Santa Teresa, the jungle of Cusco

The town of Santa Teresa is located about five hours of Urubamba if the trip is made by car, or two hours by train from Ollantaytambo and 20 minutes more in terrestrial mobility. In the first case the Abra Málaga is passed, and can be observed the transition of the different ecosystems, and several communities of [...]

Callalli Castles

The town of Callalli is located on the top of Colca, place of connection for different paths that lead to Cusco and Puno. It´s also the starting point for some of the adventure activities that take place at this area, such as hiking and mountain biking. Callalli´s people are expert traders of craft, commerce, potato [...]

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