Cultural and Travel News Peru

Peru will be the film set for the show “Check In”

Thursday June 30, 2016

Peru was chosen as the place to shoot the second season of the popular online show “Check In”. This show is produced by Sixto George, a Puerto Rican producer and by Arnaldo Santiago, a travel blogger.

“Check In” will be broadcasted by the website:, the second most visited news website in the country. This website promotes tourist destinations by showing interaction between cultures in a funny way.

The film crew will stay in Peru from the 22nd until the 31st of July and will film in Lima, Cusco and Puno.

Peruvian Squash & Quinoa Soup in Canada

Thursday December 10, 2015

“Peruvian Squash & Quinoa Soup” has been recently introduced to Canadian consumers through Loblaws supermarket chain, which is comprised of over 2,000.

The said product —prepared and packed in Canada— is made of Peruvian ingredients, such as “quinoa” and yellow chili peppers, and responds to the growing demand for Peru’s gastronomic and agro-industrial products.

This products is being promoted by Peru’s Foreign Trade and Tourism Ministry through its Toronto-based Trade Office (OCEX Toronto). (more…)

Peru Among Top 4 Countries for Tourism Investment

Thursday October 01, 2015

With Machu Picchu, the Nazca Lines, the beautiful beaches of the north, and the country’s lively gastronomic scene, tourists know that there’s no losing when it comes to traveling to Peru. And now investors are taking note, ranking Peru in the top four Latin American countries most attractive to tourism investment, along with Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico.

The president of the South American Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference 2015, Arturo Garcia Rosa, said that Peru is among the best in Latin America for attracting investment to develop tourism. (more…)

More than 50 Rangers to defend Lake Titicaca

Thursday July 09, 2015

As is well-known Lake Titicaca in the province of Puno, in Peru, faces many challenges. Threats to the environment such as the invasion of foreign species, pollution and a destructive tourists industry are all high. However local authorities are taking steps to help preserve the historic and beautiful landscape of the zone.

The Lake Titicaca National Reserve in Puno has sworn in over 50 volunteer community park rangers in a ceremony organized by Peru’s National Service of Natural Protected Areas (Sernanp). The rangers dedicated to the protection of the area (more…)

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