Most visited destinies in Perú
Posted by "David Jesús Miranda Miranda"
"Arequipa & Colca Valley"
The city of Arequipa is also known as the "White City". Its historic center has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by the architecture of its beautiful white colonial buildings in ashlar, highlighting their houses, churches, temples and monasteries as Santa Catalina. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside with villages with beautiful scenery. From here you can visit the famous Colca Valley and Colca Canyon, protected natural areas like the National Reserve Salinas and Aguada Blanca and the Mejia Lagoons National Sanctuary
In its mountains and snowy peaks, plains and rivers are excellent locations for adventure sports. It is ideal for exploring colonial monuments, living cultures and make tourism outdoors enjoying adventure, nature and biodiversity destination. Arequipa has one of the best cuisines of Peru.
The town of Friendship. Chiclayo has the fortune of being the gateway to the most recent spectacular archaeological discoveries such as the Lord of Sipan in Sipan, the Lord of Sican in Batan Grande - Pómac Forest Historical Sanctuary, Valley of the Pyramids of Tucume and Tombs of Sipan Museum. Thanks to this, Chiclayo becomes the second destination, after Cuzco, the archaeological and historical interest it generates. Chiclayo is the city of sorcerers, healers and esotericism. In addition to the beach circuit you will appreciate the ancient reed horses in Pimentel and Eten 2nd World Eucharistic city. Three protected natural areas ideal for nature lovers and bird watchers. It has one of the best cuisines of northern Peru.
"Cusco & Machu Picchu"
"The Archaeological Capital of America"; It is the biggest tourist attraction in Peru and the most visited. Cuzco was the largest city and capital of the Inca Empire, then was taken by the Spanish conquistadors. Today shows an architecture that fuses the Inca with the Spanish style.
His people proudly preserved their customs and traditions. A must place to visit is the mystical and enigmatic Machu Picchu the sacred city of the Incas that the conquerors never knew and was descubirta to Western culture in 1911, to reach it also through the most famous hike the Inca Trail. Cuzco, Machu Picchu as for its historical value and its beauty have been considered as World Heritage. The Sacred Valley, Choquequirao, Manu National Park and many other fascinating places are waiting for you.
"Iquitos & Río Amazonas"
The Amazon jungle. An ideal place for lovers of nature tourism and biodiversity and for those who want to feel an intimate contact with the virgin nature of the Amazon forests place. From Iquitos can take a cruise on the Amazon River or staying in hostels and lodges located in the jungle to explore the rainforest and the most daring and adventurous can reach protected areas, highlighting Pacaya Samiria and Allpahuayo Mishana with lush fauna and flora, ideal for bird watching, can also make contact with the natives of the Amazon or know the rites of ayahuasca.
"Lago Titicaca & Puno"
Puno is located on the heights of the Andes, on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest in the world inhabited by the Uros and wonderful landscapes navigable lake. On the islands of Amantani and Taquile you can have the experience of sharing life with their native and make experiential tourism. Land of the legendary Aymara people and the Tiahuanaco Culture. Puno is the folkloric capital of Peru. The feast of the Virgen de la Candelaria in February, is an extraordinary opportunity to experience the traditions of the people of Puno. It offers an excellent alternative for archeological tourism, live cultures and biodiversity.
In the desert sands. A unique place in the world, full of mystery and mysticism, with wonderful forms of immense figures and lines of spectacular perfection. Work of a very old Peruvian civilization, the Nazca Lines, declared a Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO place. It is also offered to visit the archaeological complex of Cahuachi, Estaquería, Chauchilla, Cantayoc and geoglyphs of Palpa.