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Choquequirao Ruins

The remote ruins of Choquequirao lie in the Vilcabama mountain range in Peru and will remain a highlight of the visit to this amazing South American country if you have the time.If you are looking for an adventurous and alternative hike to Machu Picchu, Choquequirao is perfect and can be reached from Cusco. Treks usually […]

Machu Picchu Classic Tour: August 2017

Peru is one holiday destination that never disappoints especially when it is packaged and presented as spectacularly as our flagship tour offer available August 2017. Perú InsideOut’s Machu Picchu Classic August 2017 Tour not only takes you to the wondrous Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, but you get to explore fascinating parts of Peru that […]


Most travelers visit Cusco, from where visitors can explore Machu Picchu or the Sacred Valley, but Sacsayhuaman is also a must-see site for those who are interested in exploring ruins and the history of the Incas in more detail. Sacsayhuaman, meaning Royal Eagle is a magnificent fortress constructed during the Pachacuti reign. Historians say that […]

Chincha – African Identity and Culture in Southern Peru

Visiting Chincha in the South of Peru instantly transports you to an entirely different time and place. Gone are the Inca ruins and traditional Peruvian dishes, replaced instead by black African figurines and mouth-watering dishes of Creole food featuring potatoes and rice .The Afro-Peruvian culture is rich and colorful, steeped in a long history and […]

4 Tempting Drinks From Peru

Peru is known for its delicious culinary delights – from cuy to lomo saltado and a myriad of other delightful dishes. But did you know there are many tasty local beverages available to accompany the food found in restaurants and on street corners? While Cusquena (Peruvian beer) and Inka Cola (a yellow Peruvian soda) are […]

Eating Cuy In Peru

Cuy is a specialty dish in Peru, and whether you are in Arequipa, Lima, or Cusco, you will find it served in one form or another. Cuy is otherwise known as guinea pig, and while it is not a typical dish in other parts of the world, Peruvians don’t seem to get enough of it. […]

Pisac Market – Sacred Valley, Peru

Nestled in the serene and peaceful setting of the Sacred Valley, Pisac has a fascinating artisan market. This market operates in some form or another every day of the week but on Sundays Pisac’s market is certainly a fascinating experience. .On Sunday, stalls line the plaza and adjoining streets as far as the eye can […]

Barranco District, Lima

The Barranco district in Lima is particularly charming with its apparent bohemian atmosphere, busy nightlife and colorful history. Barranco meaning ‘ravine’ is suitably named as homes and restaurants in and around the area are situated near a cliff overlooking a sandy beach. In the 19th century it was a very trendy area for the Lima […]

Santa Catalina

There are many great reasons to visit Arequipa and the Santa Catalina Monastery  is definitely a highlight in this fascinating city. The history of the beautiful and sizeable grounds (approximately 215,000 square feet) is fascinating and walking around the grand walled complex will immediately take you back in time a few hundred years.Built in 1579, […]

Worldwide Success for the Peruvian Cuisine

In 2015, Peruvian cuisine was thrust into the limelight as Peru was named “World’s leading culinary destination”. It is not the first time the cuisine has been recognized as such, and it definitely won’t be the last. Internationally renowned Peruvian chef, Gastón Acurio, discovered this over 15 years when he opened his first Peruvian restaurant. […]

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