Peru’s Incan archaeological sites are some of the most fascinating in the world, but the country has much more to offer in terms of ancient relics. Archaeological sites in Peru are numerous and diverse, with temples, pyramids and fortresses from a wide array of ancient Peruvian cultures, including the Moche and the Nazca, both of which predate the Inca.
Category: Things To Do
October 29, 2013
At 4,000 meters, Colca Canyon is the second-deepest canyon on earth and home to the magnificent Andean condor, a New World vulture with the largest wingspan of any land bird.
October 22, 2013
Viator Private Guide Patricia Valenzuela offers tours in Peru. Here, she shares some of the highlights of the country’s northern regions.
October 1, 2013
Situated below the ice-capped El Misti volcano and close to four other prominent volcanoes, Arequipa has long been famous for its ideal setting, pleasant climate and home to some of Peru’s finest colonial churches and mansions.
September 3, 2013
Perched on a hill overlooking Lake Titicaca, Puno is a picturesque city conveniently located near the Peru/Bolivia border, making it a popular stop on the South American tourist trail. It’s not the city itself that draws the crowds, however, but rather its proximity to some of Lake Titicaca’s best attractions, all of which can easily be done on a day trip from Puno.
July 9, 2013
Situated below the 19,209-foot (5821-meter) ice-capped volcano El Misti, and close to four other prominent volcanoes, Arequipa has long been famous for its ideal setting, pleasant climate and beautiful colonial architecture.