FacebookTwitterPinterestHey, today I have a good news for ecotourism lovers! For sure, Amazonas is the reachest area for its flora and fauna, but I know as minimum 5 places outside of the jungle where you can watch condors, whales, penguins and swim with seals and sea turtles. photo by Enrique Castellanos #1 Meet Condor Andino.… Read More ECOtourism in Peru outside of the Amazonians exists!
FacebookTwitterPinterestThe best place to eat in Arequipa is for sure Picanteria – a traditional Peruvian canteen. Why? Because it is the best place to try local Arquipian food in a most traditional way. Here is my top list of places to eat in Arequipa. #1 Picanteria La Capitana La Capitana, in my opinion, is the… Read More The best place to eat in Arequipa is Picanteria
FacebookTwitterPinterestPeruvian meal varies a lot, and each region or city offers its own specialties that you won’t be able to find in any other part of the country. Today I’ve prepared a top list of the dishes you should try in “Ciudad Blanco de Arequipa”(esp. “White City of Arequipa”) #1 Cancer soup – Chupe de… Read More Peruvian meal you should try in Arequipa
FacebookTwitterPinterestAre you a solo traveler or group of friends? Do you want to spend time with fun and meet travelers like you from all around the world? Then you should stay only in the best hostels. I’ve personally tried them all, and here is my list. All the hostels I’ve selected to recommend today are… Read More Best backpackers hostels to stay in Peru
FacebookTwitterPinterestWere you disappointed with the price of a train ticket when you’ve started to plan your trip to Machu Picchu? Probably yes (as a minimum I was). Fortunately, there is a way to visit Machu Picchu on a budget and without hiking or tracking. Why are the prices on the Peruvian railway companies websites so… Read More #Inside: How to get train to Machu Picchu just for $30!
FacebookTwitterPinterestHave you heard that Lima’s nightlife is rich? That’s absolutely true, you can find a party almost every day. Today I’ll present you a chart of top nightclubs Dancing for latin people is more than just dancing, it’s a national treasure! And an amount of dance and music clubs in Lima is really huge. However,… Read More Nightlife in Lima – best places to hangout and dance.
FacebookTwitterPinterestIn Peru, you may find natural and delicious food not only in costly restaurants but on the street too. Here’s my review of the most interesting Peruvian natural street food. Peruvian cuisine, as well as a culture, is divided in general into three parts – Costa (Pacific shore), Sierra (mountains) and Selva (tropical selva). Today… Read More Peruvian natural street food
FacebookTwitterPinterestHey, are you familiar with surfing? Beginner or advanced surfer, with or without your own board, here is a Lima surfing guide. Once you will go for a walk to Malecon and look down you won’t find beautiful sandy beaches with lots of people sunbathing=)). Instead, you will see the waves and people on the… Read More Surfing in Lima
FacebookTwitterPinterestCusco is a major point on your way to Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley. Here are my #inside tips on where to stay in Cusco area. Should I stay in Cusco, Ollantaytambo or Aguas Calientes? Aguas Calientes is a 100% touristic settlement that was constructed in order to support tourism to Machu Picchu. It has… Read More Where to stay in Cusco area and the Sacred Valley?
FacebookTwitterPinterestFeel the atmosphere and meet history of Peruvian restobars of the end of 19th century. Every detail of interior is a real and antique. Tabern Queirolo is a nice place to have a drink or dinner after visiting the National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru. Placed in a 1-floor historical building, it… Read More Antique restobar – Antigua Taberna Queirolo, Lima.