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.
If you’re checking out Peru for a vacation, you’ve probably seen pictures of Vinicunca, or Rainbow Mountain, the otherworldly kaleidoscopic mountainside just a few hours outside Cusco. But where is Palcoyo Mountain, a lesser-known (but equally beautiful) alternative to Vinicunca?
The Inti Raymi Festival in Peru may be the closest one can come in the 21st century to experiencing the real culture of an ancient society.
It’s nearly impossible to visit without taking note of the 26-foot tall statue of Jesus Christ in Cusco that stands guard over the ancient city, imposing from its perch atop the nearby hill of Pukamoqo.
Although the practice of yoga finds its origins an ocean away from the verdant rainforests of western Peru, in our humble opinion, a lodge on the edge of the Tambopata jungle reserve is the best yoga retreat in Peru.