A journey to the Sacred City of Caral

Posted 20/08/14 by & filed under Blog, Monuments and History.

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If you are visiting Lima, you can’t miss the ancient and mystical citadel of Caral. It is considered among the most amazing tourist places of Peru because its architectural complexity and settlements which date from 3000 and 2000 years BC. Due to its historical and cultural importance, UNESCO included Caral in the World Heritage List,… Read more »

Juanita: The ice girl

Posted 11/12/13 by & filed under Monuments and History, Sin categoría.

In 1995, in the snowcapped mountain of Ampato in Arequipa, Johan Reinhard and Miguel Zárate discovered, buried in the ice, the corpse of 12 year old inca girl that would have been sacrificed in the times of the Inca Pachacutec reign, around 1450 A.D.   Surrounding her there were many “illas” or gold idols as… Read more »

A walk through Nor Yauyos – Cochas

Posted 23/10/13 by & filed under Adventure and Nature.

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… Read more »

San Blas: Art, faith and tradition

Posted 01/10/13 by & filed under Alive cultures.

The centenary district of T’oqocachi (“salt cave”),  is already part of the oldest legends that are told in Cusco. During the Inca times, it’s believe that the people who inhabited it dedicated to agriculture. Two Ayllus coexisted here: Hatun Ayllu and Capac Ayllu. The water abundance, which came out of its valleys, its excellent microweathers… Read more »