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Cotahuasi Canyon – The Deepest Canyon in the World

With a depth of 3 535 meters, the Cotahuasi Canyon is the deepest canyon in the world. The Cotahuasi Canyon is part of a Natural Reserve which includes volcanoes over the 6,093 meters high and is located 400 km from Arequipa in the heart of the Peruvian Andes. In this region there are archeological sites […]

Inti Raymi (Festival of the Sun) – One day programme 24 June

In the morning after breakfast time, you are going to be transferred to the Koricancha Temple. The ceremony begins with the procession of The Sapa Inca and her wife carried in litters, while his court and noble Incas follow them towards the famous Huacaypata (Cuzco’s Plaza de Armas). Ethnic music is performed all along the […]

New partnership launched to help improve local education in Arequipa

Independent tour operator Perú InsideOut has launched a new partnership with Arequipa-based educational charity Put Them First. The initiative is aimed at helping meet the needs of local children, and to raise funds to assist in improving their education and nutrition. To achieve this, Perú InsideOut will work closely with Put Them First to regularly donate books, […]

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New Regulations Travelers Need to Know Before Touring to Machu Picchu

If you’re considering touring to Machu Picchu you need to know the new Regulations. Travelers considering a trip to Machu Picchu need to be aware of the new Regulations that can affect their Machu Picchu tour. Several tourists have found themselves unable to access “The Lost City of the Inca” because of this lack of […]

Best time to visit Machu Picchu

Your tour to  Machu Picchu is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, that is why you want it to be well organised. One of the New Seven Wonders of the world– and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983–the Lost City can be reached by foot or by train. So, let’s see how a visit to Machu Picchu […]

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Peru Travel Information

Important Travel Information before going to Peru Visiting Machu Picchu? Navigating Lake Titicaca? Flying over the mysterious Nazca Lines? Your visit to Peru is going to be a wonderful experience: lost cities, the driest desert in the world, geoglyphs, the majestic Andes (which are second only to the Himalayas in height), as well as the […]

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