Peru Guide Archive
Ayahuasca – My Experience
Some of you will have heard of this famous Amazonian medicine, others will have not. Ayahuasca is a medicinal tea prepared from Banisteriopsis Caapi, a jungle vine, found in tropical regions of South America often combined with other plants. It has
Travel Agents in Peru – Is Your Money Safe?
The days of the high street travel agent are slowly fading in favor of the more dynamic travel agencies on the internet. With the simple click of a button it is possible to spend a few thousand dollars and book yourself a complete
Peru Festivals Calendar 2014/2015
Plan your Peru vacation to coincide with one of these and you will be treated to a visual symphony of colour and/or energetic traditional dancing in the streets and/or delicious morsels of native cuisine and/or humbling displays of religious fervour. The
Seven Best Things to do in Lima
A tour of Lima’s revamped old quarter – founded 475 years ago – reveals how the Peruvian capital has managed to preserve its beauty. Lima’s historic old quarter is arguably the loveliest vestige of colonial times in all of Latin America.
Hotel Costa del Sol Ramada Jarvis, Lima Airport Peru, Readers Review
I have stayed at the Costa del Sol Ramada Jarvis hotel twice now, and as an independent female traveller travelling alone, it is of great comfort to know that it is directly opposite the airport arrivals exit. It was suggested that
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, Tambopata National Park Peru, Readers Review
Having decided I wasn’t ready to deal with all the bugs the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest had to offer, I booked my 4 day 3 night stay tour with the more expensive Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, where I was reassured by my Peru
Lima Museum´s – Museo Larco
Located in the district of Pueblo Libre close to the historic centre of Lima is the Larco Museum Museo Arqueológico Rafael Larco Herrera). Founded in 1926 and housed in a vice-royal 18th century mansion, the Larco Museum showcases 3000 years of