A trip to Peru wouldn’t be complete without eating the flagship dish, ceviche. A staple to any Peruvian diet and a plate recognized around the world. Ceviche is a mix of raw fish that is ‘cooked’ in citrus juice and traditionally tossed with chili peppers and, most of the time served with some type of...
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There is nothing that brings a family closer together than experiencing the wonders of Peru’s vibrant cultures and nature together as a team. Bringing children to Peru exposes them to life on a new level. They see firsthand that there are other ways of life, and are exposed to different cultures, different languages, different ways...
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So you’ve planned for the experience of a lifetime: a trekking adventure in Peru! To make it easier for you to prepare yourself, this blog will acquaint you with some of the important points to note before you set out on your Peru hiking trip with us.  Here are some points to consider when preparing for your trip: ...
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The Pastoruri Glacier is one of the last standing glaciers in a tropical region of South America. Unfortunately, it is retreating at such a pace that it technically cannot be defined as a glacier anymore as it is no longer building up ice during the winter. You can reach Pastoruri by means of Huaraz, the...
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The desire to experience exotic places and cultures different from your own is intrinsic to the human experience. Every traveler enjoys seeing the world through the eyes of others and having their ideas about what life is like expanded. In recent decades, there has been much discussion about a type of tourism that comes to...
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One of the most exciting aspects of traveling is indulging in the delicious food typical to that region. When traveling to Peru, one thing you’ll notice about Peruvians is that they love their sweets. There are bakeries, even in the smallest of towns, and chocolate and ice cream shops aplenty. In this blog, we will...
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