Ceviche, can be spelled also cebiche or seviche, is the most popular dish in Peru. It is usually white fish or some other seafood marinated and cooked with the acidic juice of Peruvian limes. There are endless ways to cook ceviche but one traditional ceviche needs only 5 ingredients which are white fish, chopped in even cubes, juice of the Peruvian lime, and seasoned with chili peppers, onion and salt. The origin of ceviche is still a mystery but there are archaeological evidences that over 2000 years ago the pre-Hispanic people ate similar dish to ceviche, they used the juice of tumbo to cook the raw fish. It is also believed Incas used chicha, a fermented corn beer to marinate the raw fish. The version which is consumed nowadays came along with the Spaniards when they introduced the lime and onions to Peru.   ATTENTION! Always  use the freshest fish available

Have you ever thought about travelling to Peru? Here are 8 reasons why you should definitely visit this diverse country. Peru is a perfect destination to explore a lot in a short time.     1. Unbelievable Biodiversity In Peru you can find three different geographic zones: cost, highland and jungle. These zones divide Peru in three different regions of recognisable flora and fauna. It is possible to witness the great biodiversity even during a short visit as a 14-hour bus journey will bring you to the highland from the coast before continuing to the jungle.     2. Diversity of Living Cultures Discover different civilisations, the best way to do it is to visit the local Quechua or Aymara families in Amantani Island and stay with them for a night. Whole calendar year is full of celebrations therefore it is hard to miss a cultural experience during your stay.

Cusco is not just the gateway to Machu Picchu. It houses quite a few museums that gives light to the region’s rich cultural past. Here are a few museums that you should definitely check out when you visit the city.

Peru is a country of fun-loving people who value their ancestral roots through the celebration of rituals and festivities. Being there to observe the numerous festivals in the country would certainly be a treat to any culture travelers. Here are three festivals we suggest you attend in Cusco Region.

If you visit Peru, make sure to go check out the Nazca Lines. You will find yourself in an ancient marvel of art, history, and the beauty of nature molded by time and the elements.

Peru is a country rich in diversity; it has stunning landscapes, the Andean mountain range, tropical jungles, beautiful coastlines, beaches, and desert. It is also rich in archaeological sites, colonial architecture, and plenty of history and culture to absorb. Here are the 10 best destinations to visit in Peru, the ‘Land of the Incas.’

Cusco is a city rich in culinary variety. Part of the charm of this city comes from food-oriented experiences. From the up-market restaurants to the bustling market stalls and street-food sellers, there is always a healthy option for food and drinks. Here are some tips on where to find healthy meals in Cusco.