Wednesday , 22 January 2020

History & Use of Palo Santo in Peru

  Palo santo is a tree, the wood of which is of spiritual significance to indigenous people in South America. ...

5 Interesting Things To Know About Ilo Peru And Why You Should Visit

As we drove up the side of the mountain, for a night tour, the view of the port was gorgeous and instantly reminded ...

11 Ways to Protect the Environment While Traveling in Peru

Things To Know When Travelling In Peru With climate change protests springing up around the world and top scientist ...

5 Best Companies For Millennial Workers In Peru

A young workforce and a growing economy places pressure on Peru employers to meet the needs of Millennial workers. ...

What shots do I need for Peru?

What are the most important shots for your trip to Peru? So, you've managed to get the most information for your tr ...

The mysterious pishtacos

Known by many names besides pishtaco, is a legendary fat-stealer stalking indigenous communities in the rural Andea ...

Paranormal Peru (not for the faint of heart)

As can be expected of a country with Peru’s history, there’s plenty of paranormal activity to pursue. Where there i ...

What to take to Peru, the complete checklist

Peru is one of the most climatologically diverse countries in the world, and the main reason people like to visit i ...

Is the rainbow mountain in Peru worth a visit?

The now famous Rainbow Mountain of Peru is an incredible natural tourist destination. Located 5,200 m (16,900 ft) a ...

Where NOT to go in Peru

While there are a plethora of wonderful places to visit in Peru, where I’m from there’s no shortage of dangerous ne ...

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