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South America’s Leading Culinary Destination 2015

The World Travel Awards announced to Peru for 4 consecutive years as the best South America Culinary Destination. [caption id="attachment_2830" align="alignnone"] South America's Leading Culinary Destination 2015[/caption] Nominees Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Paraguay Uruguay Venezuela For more:

3 Surprising Peruvian Animal Facts

Peru is one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world, and is home to many mammals, reptiles, plants, and other forms of wildlife. When visiting Peru, travellers have the chance to see a large selection of animals in the wild that they may not be able to see anywhere else in the world. Want to learn more about? Here's 3 surprising facts about animals in Peru that you may not know. Peru is Home to More Species of Bird Than Any Other Country Peru may be famous for Macchu Picchu and the Andes mountains, but nearly 60% of the country is actually covered by rainforest. Peru contains the largest section of the Amazon rain forest of any country... [ + ]

4 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Peru

Most people know about Machu Picchu and the Incas, but there's a lot more to Peruvian history and culture than that. Peru holds an important place in world history in regards to food, culture, and sport, one that stretches back hundreds and even thousands of years. With that in mind, here's four surprising things about Peru that you probably didn't know before now. Peru is the Home of the Potato Many Americans associate the potato with Ireland, but potatoes have only been grown in Europe since the mid 16th century. Before that, wild potatoes were only found in the Americas, and geneticists have traced the world's most famous tuber's origin to modern day southern Peru, where potatoes were first domesticated... [ + ]

Traveling to Peru? Five Peruvian Dishes You Shouldn’t Miss

One of the best parts about travelling the world is discovering the local cuisine in other parts of the world. The food of Peru is one of the most unique cuisines in the world, combining elements of the indigenous diet with ingredients and recipes brought to the area by immigrants from all over the globe. Peruvian food shows influences from the food of Spain, Italy, Japan, China, and Germany, among others, resulting in a rich, unique set of dishes. © Manuel González Olaechea y Franco via GNU Free Documentation License, version 1.2 No Peru vacation is complete without trying out some of its unique foods. Some of the wonderful dishes that can be found in Peru are: Causa – the... [ + ]

The Best Dish in The World

In recent years, there has been a rise in the number of vacationers who choose their destinations based on the cuisine they can find there. This year, many of these so-called "culinary tourists" have set their sights on what has been named "the best dish in the world". If your tastebuds are intrigued, perhaps a trip to Peru is in order! The legendary Chez Wong restaurant in Lima owes its exquisite cuisine to 67-year old Chef Javier Wong. In fact, Wong's ceviche dish is so good, it was crowned as the tastiest dish in the world at the Chowzter Fast Feasts Awards in London for 2014. This esteemed award considers over 4,000 nominees from 150 cities around the world. The... [ + ]

So Many Peruvian Flavors, So Little Time

Culinary tourism is on the rise to Peru, and with good reason. Peruvian cuisine has adapted to new tastes and cultures over the centuries to create a truly unique style, and that style has begun to gain worldwide renown. Famous chefs and critics have traveled to this South American country to experience the flavor profiles in this region. The cuisine in Peru has evolved over the centuries because of the varying influences the region has faced. The Inca people were native to the region, which was conquered by the Spanish in the 1500s. Spanish conquistadors incorporated local foods into their cooking and even created a unique alcoholic beverage called pisco. Chinese immigrants to Peru also had their own influence, and... [ + ]

3 Foods You Need to Try on Trips to Peru

One of the great joys of traveling to a new land is trying food you can’t find anywhere else, and trips to Peru are no different. Peruvian cuisine is a popular stopping point for many visitors, whether they spend a majority of their time in Lima, Cusco or more rural areas. While the style of Peruvian cuisine has been emulated across the world, trying the real thing right in Peru will give you a whole new appreciation for it. No matter where you are visiting from and where your Peru vacation packages take you, you likely haven’t tried anything else like these three foods: Chifa -- This isn’t a specific dish, but a unique infusion that began to arise with... [ + ]
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