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 […]

Matucana de ensueño

Si de escaparse de Lima se trata, infinidad de sitios aguardan por nosotros en sus serranías, como es el caso del pueblo de Matucana, que con sus hermosos paisajes, generoso clima y vasta tranquilidad lo hacen un destino ideal para quienes gustan de la naturaleza y los deportes de aventura, ya que en sus distintos […]

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 […]

Tierra Viva Hotels is now on Instagram!

Living is not only about sharing significant moments of adventure and emotion, enjoying a great view from a terrace, a sunset or a special welcome, it is also about surprising yourself with the many touristic attractions and festivities that our magical Peru has to offer. For that reason, Tierra Viva Hotels, has decided to enter […]

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 […]