Category: Things To Do

Lord Sipan: King Tut of the Americas

November 25, 2014

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lord sipan museum

Not as famous as King Tut, the remains of Lord Sipan in Northern Peru is remarkably intact and an amazing exhibit to visit.

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How To Get To Iquitos

November 18, 2014

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Located deep in the Peruvian Amazon, one of the biggest questions for travelers is how to get to Iquitos.

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How to Minimize Altitude Sickness in Puno

October 28, 2014

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Lake Titicaca itself is one of the highest commercially navigated bodies of water in the world, and this altitude can also have an impact on visitors in the area.

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Discover Chan Chan – The Ruins of an Ancient Chimor Mud City

October 14, 2014

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When people think of the ancient cities that are to be found in Peru, most people will think of the amazing hilltop cities and temples such as Machu Picchu. However, the city of Chan Chan is located near the popular coastal city of Trujillo, and is situated on a large site that played an important role in the civilization of the region up until the city was conquered by the Inca Empire in the fifteenth century.

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Get Cultured: The Best Museums in Lima

September 23, 2014

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Monastery of San Francisco

It is no surprise that the Peruvian capital is home to the largest number of museums in the country, and with such an interesting and diverse history from before and after the arrival of the Spanish colonial forces, there are some great museums to visit in the city.

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Visit the Infamous Belen Market of Iquitos

September 16, 2014

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Medicinal herbs

The city of Iquitos is one which has been chopped from the thick jungle of the Amazon, and when it comes to exploring the Peruvian Amazon this is the base from where many people will begin their adventure. The Belen Market is a floating market near the river which is the lifeblood of the city, and people come from communities along the river in order to trade and to sell their wares at the market.

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