When you are given the chance to visit Peru, it is not that difficult to get lost with all the possibilities on where to go. But one thing is for sure, a visit to Lake Titicaca is something that you will thank yourself for.
Aleah Taboclaon is a solo traveler and freelance editor and writer. She’s backpacking solo in South America for two years. Read her solo travel tales and tips in http://www.SolitaryWanderer.com and follow her trips on Instagram (aleahphils).
Cusco by day is just wonderful. There are many sights to fascinate visitors, from ancient Inca temples and charming squares to lots of beautiful colonial buildings. If you’re only in Cusco for one day, it might be tempting to head back to your hotel after a day’s sightseeing and go to bed early. However, if you want to see a different Cusco, go around from sundown onwards, as Cusco has a vibrant nightlife that will round up your stay in this city.
Peru is rich in many archaeological sites. Machu Picchu is a must-visit, yes, but if you have more time to spend in the country, there are a lot more places to visit that are as beautiful and as interesting. Here are just a few of them.
One of the best ways to get to know a country and its culture is to eat local food. Ditch the international fastfood restaurants and head instead to local eating places. Peru, in particular, is a good destination for a foodie. Find out what dishes you should try when you are in Cusco.
Did you think that Peru is only about Machu Picchu and other Inca ruins? Think again! Just a few hours from Lima lies a small village surrounding an oasis. Go sandboarding there, and ride the dune buggy too!
One of the gems of South America is the country of Peru. It boasts of a colorful culture and a rich history of ancient civilizations that are sure to capture any avid traveler’s imagination. Before going there, read this article; it will tell you everything you need to know before traveling to Peru.
Cusco is beautiful. No one who arrives here will be immune to the charms of its colonial architecture, narrow cobblestone streets, and inexpensive way of living. For many people, however, Cusco is not the end destination itself. They come here for one thing: Machu Picchu. If you only have one day in Cusco, check out the places you can visit within your limited time.