sustainable-tourism-explorandes
Tourism is one of the world’s fastest growing industries and is a major source of income for many countries. However, like other forms of development, tourism can also cause its share of problems. This continuous growth place great stress on remaining biologically diverse habitats and indigenous cultures, which are often used to support mass tourism. Being aware about the impacts of tourism...
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best time hike inca trail
During the journey to the Inca Trail, you will pass through different altitudinal floors, from 2,400 m. up to 4,200 m., at the highest point and of course this influences the climate, which varies according to the height of the place you are visiting. The climate varies according to the months some with presence of...
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cordillera blanca treking peru
The Cordillera Blanca is one of the most famous tourist attraction of Peru. The Cordillera Blanca means “White Mountain Range”, which is true testament to the range of almost countless snow capped peaks, many of them are visible from the beautiful city of Huaraz. It is located in the department of Ancash, in the western...
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trekking in peru explorandes
Do trekking in Peru is one of the most incredible experiences. Peru has amazing places, full of nature and beautiful landscapes. If you are planning to do an adventure trip, you must do trekking in Peru. Trekking in Peru means moving through the beautiful Andean landscapes with fantastic views of snow-capped mountains and lagoons. Cross...
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adventure-sport-rafting
When coming to Peru, tourists no only have the possibility to visit archeological sites, natural landscapes, and even eat delicious food (gastronomic tourism), they are also able to do different sports that give some sort of special excitement and adrenaline during the trip. There are a ton of adventure sports you can try in Peru, and...
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intihuatana-machu-picchu
The Incas had as one of their main gods the sun (inti, in Quechua language). Therefore, it was important for priests to observe the sun and understand it. So, they had an astronomic clock or calendar that indicated some significant celestial periods for them. This clock was called intihuatana. Intihuatana is derived from Quechua, and...
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