There’s no experience quite like traveling to another country during a holiday. It’s the best way to truly immerse yourself in a foreign culture. That’s why we’ve put together this useful guide of Peru holidays 2020 — so you can think about traveling to see Peru holidays and festivals.
Bad news: It will not be possible anymore to walk around the salt-encrusted ponds of Cusco’s Salineras de Maras.
On May 29, the Peruvian Congress passed Law No. 30950, which seeks to bolster the touristic infrastructure surrounding the ancient Incan citadel of Choquequirao in the department of Cusco, connecting it with the nearby town Kiuñalla in the neighboring department of Apurímac and possibly even Machu Picchu.
There are many different ways to travel and see the world, and every person has their own preferred method of doing so. If you’re the type of traveler who cares a lot about having deep, meaningful interactions with the real culture of the place you’re visiting, then you would love doing an Amantaní Island homestay in Lake Titicaca.
Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport has announced a plan to expand the airport into a sprawling complex of facilities and infrastructure improvements named “Lima Airport City.”