The Peru Tourist Information Center is a free travel information service located at 799 Avenida Jose Larco in Lima’s Miraflores district, just a short walk from the famous Kennedy Park. Here you will discover an amazing one-stop center for your tourism needs in Peru, with everything you need to know about tours, activities, accommodations and more. All visitors and tourists in Lima should make sure to take advantage of this valuable free resource.
The beautiful Lake Titicaca is located on the border of Peru and Bolivia, near a city called Puno, and is often referred to as the highest navigable lake in the world. The mystery surrounding the place means Lake Titicaca tours are growing in popularity! This guide will help you prepare for your Lake Titicaca journey!
During the first week of August every year, Peruvians and Ecuadorians celebrate Pachamama Raymi, or as it translates in English, the “Festival of Mother Earth.” In the former Inca capital of Cusco, people give their tributes to Pachamama, or Mother Earth, to show thanks for blessing their crops which have been supporting their families and friends for generations.
For many exploring Cusco, there’s only one destination on your mind: Machu Picchu. The numbers visiting the attraction are growing massively meaning the citadel can be very overrun. Enter stage right: the less known, but equally amazing Choquequirao, a fantastic alternative trek to the overcrowded Machu Picchu!