[:en]While most Countries tend to quiet down during their National Holidays, Peru on the other hand, is as alive as ever buzzing with celebration and a variety of fun activities to do! Known to the locals as the Fiestas Patrias, Peruvian Independence Day represents a time for parties and leisure, and you will often find families and friends celebrating...
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[:en]The land of Peru is one of the most mystical destinations on earth; full of sacred mountains, magical Incan sites, Andean myths, celestial lands and skies, and strong civilizations grown upon shamanic and traditional rituals and ceremonies. It is the ideal destination for any traveler looking for something more than just your average hike, and...
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[:en]Resting upon the shores of Lake Titicaca in southeastern region of Peru, you will find the spectacular port city of Puno. Known as the folkloric capital, the town and its people still carry many traditional beliefs, community stories and customs down through the generations by word of mouth. Discover why this town not only has...
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Puno is located in southeastern Peru at an altitude of 3,810 to 4,050 m.a.s.l. It is the highest region of Peru and the fifth highest in the world. However, this isn’t the only interesting aspect of Puno. Thanks to its importance during the Inca empire and its diverse nature, there are a number of tourist...
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Lake Titicaca is more than just a large body of water at altitude (3,812 m.a.s.l to be exact). It’s considered the highest navigable lake in the world and one of the largest lakes in South America. Located on the altiplano of the Central Andes between Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca falls just behind Machu Picchu...
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Titicaca’s lake is located in Puno and is considered one of the most beautiful and important natural heritages of humanity. It is located at 3810 meters above sea level (MASL). This lake, considered the highest and navigable in the world, is also important for its history. Legend has it that Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo,...
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