Peru’s Ceviche applying for UNESCO Status

Monday March 04, 2019
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Peru is in the process of applying their famous dish ceviche to be a part of the UNESCO world cultural status, the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. This list composes of cultural cuisine from all over the world. Cuisine must represent the culture and have rich significance to the nation that it originates. After years of attempts, Peru’s best shot may be now.

Ceviche is a seafood dish that some experts argue originated in Moche, along the coastline of northern Peru. Ceviche has existed since the time of the Incas. (more…)

An Avocado Advancement

Thursday February 28, 2019
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Second to Mexico, Peru is the largest exporter of avocados in the world. And the avocado industry in Peru is about to rise to a new level. With Peru planning to increase its harvesting grounds from 31,000 hectares to 33,000, they will continue to establish themselves in the global market.

Avocados will make their way to Asian markets such as Philippines, Korea, Malaysia and Thailand. In addition to these Asian markets, Peruvian avocados will also make a statement in Latin American countries such as Colombia. (more…)

Biscuit to Help Cure Anemia in Peru

Wednesday February 27, 2019
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In Peru, Anemia is a common disease among children. According to a recent study, four out of ten children in Peru suffer from anemia. New developments to combat this chronic disease are in the making, however. A biscuit is proving itself to be the key to the termination of anemia.

Anemia has numerous disadvantages. Anemia causes a lack of red blood cells which leads to inefficient use of oxygen. A lack of red blood cells can make it difficult to be physically active, as anemics will tire quickly. (more…)

Increase Tourism in Paracas

Friday February 22, 2019
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Paracas, the beautiful beach town of Peru, is expected to increase in tourism this year. And with good reason. Paracas hosts over seven stunning beaches, extensive biodiversity, diverse ecological systems, and historical sites.

One of the most popular destinations in Paracas is the Paracas Natural Reserve. This reserves popularity can be attributed to its rich biodiversity. (more…)

Indigenous Names make a Comeback in Peru

Wednesday February 20, 2019
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According to Minority Rights Group, indigenous people groups make up 45% of Peru’s population. With almost half of Peru’s population, it’s surprising that there was a time when registers would not accept indigenous names. Indigenous names such as Quechua, Etsa, Willka, to name a few, were once common in Peru. These days, however, it is more common to hear names such as John, Dylan, or Michael. Despite these obstacles in the indigenous community, language researchers reported to the EFE (a Spanish international news agency) that indigenous names are becoming more popular, and indigenous names are about to hear their revival. (more…)

Wheelchairs in Machu Picchu

Thursday February 14, 2019
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Making Machu Picchu accessible to handicapped persons: that is the lastest achviement of the company “Wheel the World”! Wheel the World provides travel experiences for people with physical disabilities. They have tours packages in Easter Island, Oaxaca, Valparaiso, to name a few. Customers can tour cities, take cooking classes, and even go zip lining. Their next ground to conquer: the old Inca citadel Machu Picchu, in Peru.

Tours to Machu Picchu are now open for physically disabled clients, thanks to Wheel the World’s efforts. Founders Alvaro Silberstein and Camilio Navarro (more…)

Avoid the Cusco – Santa Teresa Route for travelling to Machu Picchu

Monday February 04, 2019
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Avoid the Cusco – Santa Teresa Route for travelling to Machu Picchu

The Management of Exterior Commercial and Tourism (Dircetur) put out a notice that tourists should not use the Cusco Santa Maria route by bus to get to Machu Picchu during the present rainy season. The recent accidents and situations have put the lives of those visiting Cusco in danger.

“We understand that you want to get to Machu Picchu and one of the options is through the Cusco – Santa Maria – Santa Teresa; however, in the rainy season (December – March) this route is not safe. (more…)

Unique experience in Lima: dinner in the sky!

Thursday January 24, 2019
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Unique experience in Lima: dinner in the sky!

With an investment of US $ 1.5 million, today the exclusive “Dinner In the Sky” will start to operate in Peru! This is the time a restaurant in Peru to offer its services on a platform in the air. The platform is located in Mamacona, district of Lurín (Lima), will be inaugurated on January 25th.

The experience of dining 45 meters high an elevated outdoor platform, arrived in Peru thanks to the initiative of businessman Edgard Reaño and the Belgian franchise “Dinner in the Sky”, present in 70 countries of the world, including Brazil and Mexico. (more…)

Robert de Niro visits Cusco and Machu Picchu

Monday January 14, 2019
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Robert de Niro visits Cusco and Machu Picchu

The famous actor Robert De Niro arrived in the beautiful city of Cusco yesterday with the intention to visit the famed Inca citadel Machu Picchu De Niro arrived last Saturday on a private plane for the Peruvian Capital Lima.

The Hollywood left the airport in an SUV that took him to a hotel in the imperial city of Cusco. One of these days De Niro is expected to explore Peru’s top attraction, the Inca Citadel Machu Picchu —a must-see when visiting. Machu Picchu means “Old Mountain” in the Inca language Quechua. (more…)

Peru Breaks Open Indian Tourism Market By Promoting Their Highlights

Monday January 14, 2019
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Peru Breaks Open Indian Tourism Market By Promoting Their Highlights

People all around the world are slowly getting aware of all the natural beauty and ancient culture that Peru offers. The next country to be convinced about the need to visit Peru will be India, as Peru will showcase its highlights during the 26th Leading Travel Trade Show of South Asia (SATTE). This has been announced by Peru’s Domestic and Foreign Tour Operators Association (Apotur).

To wit, Peru has sent six big Peruvian tour operators to India to promote the country during the major event (more…)

Peru: More than Machu Picchu

Friday January 11, 2019
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Peru: More than Machu Picchu

Peru is so much more than Machu Picchu. In this article, you will read about other tourist attractions in Peru that, all together, have been visited by more than 1 million tourists.

When people think about Peru, the first thing they think about is often Machu Picchu. This isn’t without reason: the old Inca citadel is, without a doubt, a wonder of the world and one of the main tourist attractions in Peru. However, there is so much more beauty in Peru than “just” Machu Picchu, and it seems that travellers start to see that as well. (more…)

Peru’s 3rd biggest Sector Regarding Income Is the Tourism Industry

Friday December 14, 2018
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Peru’s 3rd biggest Sector Regarding Income Is the Tourism Industry

The ever-growing tourism industry in Peru has secured a good position. Not only is it one of the biggest sectors when it comes to both direct and indirect employment, but it is also of high importance when it comes to revenue. This has been announced by the president of the Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) Yolanda Torriani.

The sector, with 1.3 million workers, is good to employ nearly 8% of all of the Economically Active Population (EAP). In other words, for every twelve working people (more…)

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