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NEW MACHU PICCHU ENTRANCE REGULATIONS STARTING JULY 1ST

The new norms will be effective starting July 1st 2017. On this meeting, the following was established: The maximum time a passenger can remain in the premises will be 4 hours, period that will start running as soon as he enters. There will be two schedules. In the morning, from 6:00 am until noon, and the evening schedule, from noon until 16:30. The fortress will close its doors at 17:30. During the trial period (from July 1st to October 31st) entry hours will be flexible, with a 2-hour margin before and after noon. This means that if the passenger has an entry ticket for the evening, he will be able to enter the citadel since 10:00am. If the entry ticket... [ + ]

5 Adorable Animals You Can See in Peru

Peru is one of the most biodiverse locations in the world, which means that it is home to an incredible number of creatures big and small. We could never hope to go over them all, so instead we’ll focus on a selection of the cutest, cuddliest, most adorable animals you might come across on your trip to Peru. Andean Mountain Cats Slightly larger than the average housecat (but just as adorable), the Andean mountain cat is exactly what the name implies – a species of cat that lives in the Andes mountains. All Andean mountain cats all have the same ash-gray colored fur with brown-yellow splotches, two dark brown lines running down their back, white cheeks, and dark rings on... [ + ]

5 Interesting Facts About Peru’s Government

The Government Palace was Built in the 1500s The Government Palace is both the seat of Peru’s executive branch and the official residence of the President. The building has a long history, stretching back all the way to the arrival of Europeans in South America. The building was erected in 1535 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who used it as his official office, as did the viceroys who ruled Peru in the name of Spain for hundreds of years after his death. Though the palace has served as the headquarters for every leader of the Republic since Peru’s independence, it still bears the name “House of Pizarro,” a reminder of its long and complicated place in Peruvian history. [caption id="attachment_3128"... [ + ]

A Guide to Some of Peru’s Exotic Fruits

Despite being a relatively small country, Peru has a surprising amount of diversity in its landscapes. From its coastal beaches to its mountain heights to its luscious rainforests, one of the joys of travelling to Peru is getting to see the wide variety of native flora and fauna that thrive in all of Peru’s different landscapes. As an added bonus, all the plants listed below are edible, so be sure to give them a taste! Limon Peruana, aka Peruvian Lime Peruvian limes are small, even compared to other limes. They usually measure only 3 to 4 cm in diameter, and have an outer skin that can range in color from yellow to dark green. When compared to other members of... [ + ]

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: http://www.worldtravelawards.com/award-south-americas-leading-culinary-destination-2015
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