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29 Apr

Illustrations: If History’s Most Famous Explorers Had Instagram

Since the beginning of time humanity has strived to discover what is unknown, and mysterious. In modern day, a lot of that discovery takes place on other planets, or in the deep dark depth of the oceans on Earth, but years ago large portions of our own planet was left undiscovered and unknown. As a result, countless men – and, importantly, women – have stepped up to fearlessly travel the globe and discover more about the place we all call home. A lot of the most famous discoveries have taken place...

2 May

Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain?

What is Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu Mountain? Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu mountain are two mountains on opposite sides of the Machu Picchu archeological site which are possible to hike to enjoy panoramic views from the top. Huayna Picchu is the tall peak you see in most photos of Machu Picchu and Machu Picchu Mountain is located at the opposite end of the site. Permits are required for each option and have to be booked in advance as spaces are limited. Our short guide below compares each option so you...

1 May

Photographing Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca in Peru is famous for being the highest navigable lake in the world, located at the dizzying heights of over 3800 metres above sea level. The lake is one of Peru's most popular destinations and is home to a variety of indigenous cultures. The Uros people are perhaps the most intriguing as they live actually on the lake on a network of floating islands made of the totora reeds that grow around the lake. The traditional boats the Uros people use to get around are also constructed using...

28 Nov

Top 5 Unusual Peruvian Dishes

Peruvian food is world renown and it is certainly one of the most distinctive and unusual cuisines in Latin America.  Peru has a varied and rich culinary tradition and it was the first place in the world where potatoes were cultivated around 8000 to 5000 BC.  Potatoes were introduced to Europe from Peru after the Spanish conquest in the 16th Century and they quickly became a staple crop across Europe.  Although potatoes are still an important part of Peru’s modern day cuisine there are many other interesting native ingredients that...

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