19 Reasons why You Should Think Twice before Travelling to Peru
……there is a serious risk you´ll get a crush on this amazing country
- You won´t be able to take in all of the richness of this amazing ancient culture in a few weeks only!
Peru´s ancient culture persists in its traditions and culture, especially during the months of May and June there are many local festivals in Peru for the visitor to participate in.
- You will be craving the delicious Peruvian dishes after your Journey is over.
- You might get too enthusiastic about the mummies!
You can see a real mummy from Incan times in the Inca Museum of Cusco.
- In Peru, you are always on the lookout for these wild and cute animals!
Llamas often walk around at Machu Picchu, but also on the romantic, cobble stoned streets of Cusco.
- Too many kinds of potatoes in Peru? Oh, the horror of having so many options!
Did you know that Peru is the home of the potato?
- You might forget about your own language talking Spanish all day in Peru!
Amauta Spanish School in Cusco offers Spanish Inmerson Courses for all ages and Spanish Levels a different locations throughout Peru.
- So much diversity in Peru will be too much to take for you!
A new frog species was discovered in the Cusco region recently.
- There is way too much interesting stuff to learn and see in Peru – that is way too much excitement in one Journey!
- Irritating! In Peru you might actually see one of these outside of the zoo:
You can take eco-tours to the Tambopata Rainforest and see all kinds of exciting Wildlife!
- This mixture of the traditional and modern world within the Peruvian Culture will confuse you!
There is actually a guiding App for the Inca Trail by a Peruvian developer.
- Peru´s Festivals will be far too exciting!
- What if you get confused by the mysterious origin of these lines?
- What if you relax here and miss your flight home because you never want to leave again?
- I think it is better for you not to risk falling into one of these canals built by the ancient Inca…
Tipon is a daytrip away from Cusco. The Water Channels built by the Inca Centuries ago still function perfectly today. You can take days to explore the beautiful inca sites, especially in the sourroundings of cusco, or book a one day tour to the Sacred Valley of the Incas and get to know the most impressive ones.
- I don´t think you will believe this story of people living on floating islands
The man-made Uros floating islands on Lake Titicaca are fascinating. Visit Puno and it will take you only a few hours to enter in the magical world called “Uros”.
- Sunny costal lines and high mountain peaks all in one country. Now, that is way too extreme!
On the Salkantay Trek you can see the Vilcabamba mountain range with its highest peak at no less than 6,271 m
- Peru has a Canyon twice as deep as the Grand Canyon? Impossible!
- What if you need more time to learn to prepare the perfect Pisco Sour?
Peru’s National Drink is called Pisco. The most famous drink that is made with pisco is a delicious beverage that will charm its drinkers into pisco perfection! It’s Pisco Sour!
- Your home country will seem boring to you after you get back from Peru