Peru’s government has decided to build a cable car system to reach the Kuelap archaeological site. Kuelap is located in the cloud forest of the northern Amazonas region. (more…)
Mango from Peru is getting more and more popular internationally. Not just the fresh fruit’s popularity has increased but also dried mango, canned mango and juice. The fruit has become an important export product for Peru’s agriculture. (more…)
In the archaeological site Vichama, a group of Peruvian archaeologists discovered reliefs with human and fish forms that belonged to the Caral civilization. They are an estimated 3,800 years old. “More than 30 figures have been found. (more…)
This month, the four- day Oktoberfest will be back in Lima for its 13th edition from the 16th of October until the 19th of October.
Peru’s version of the original 16- day Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, took place for the first time in 2002. (more…)
A team of scientists from Peru and Mexico discovered recently a living mammal that was supposed to be extinct for almost 400 years. They found the animal close to Peru’s famous Machu Picchu. The rediscovered animal has the suitable name Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat. (more…)