Going Deeper Than Satipo: Exploring Betania & Atalaya

When it comes to hidden jungle towns in the center of Peru, Satipo is the tip of the iceberg. Most visitors only make it to Satipo & get lost in its dozens of attractions, with a few making it as far as Pangoa. This is understandable since Satipo is enchanting...

Welcome to Mexico City: America’s Biggest Concrete Jungle

When it comes to mega-cities in the West, Cuidad de Mexico (CDMX) takes the title by force. Its inner city has 9,209,944 residents, which consists of 7.3% of the Mexican population. When you include the zona metropolitana del Valle de Mexico, the numbers get even crazier with 21,804,515 residents. These...

Explore Pichari: VRAEM’s Hidden Gem

When it comes to experiencing the jungle in the department of Cusco, Pichari provides a glimpse into another world. It’s nestled on the banks of the río Apurímac, a bustling river that separates the districts of Ayacucho and Cusco. It’s surrounded by a mountainous jungle that’s planted with endless fields...

Kumpirushiato: Explore Peru’s Hidden Gem

When visiting the distrito de Kumpirushiato, it feels like you are entering another world. Nestled in between Echarati and Kimbiri, this area of La Convención is an adventure to get to. The road is closed by the Peruvian military, which only allows users to leave Quillabamba in the dead of...

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Inti Raymi & Corpus Christi: Where 2 Cultures Collide

Out of all the festivities during the month of June in Cusco, none are more revered than Inti Raymi and Corpus Christi. While one is a reenactment of the Incan solstice festival, the other is a Catholic celebration that was brought to South America by the Spaniards. Despite originating from...

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Explore the Top Things to Do in Mancora

When it comes to beaches in Peru, none are more enchanting than Mancora. Located just 3 hours away from Puira, Mancora is the perfect getaway for those who seek adventure. Boasting a gorgeous palm tree lined beach that’s compliment by warm water and countless discotecas, it’s become a hit for...

Tantalize Your Senses with Tarapoto’s Caves

Tarapoto is easily one of the most beautiful places in Peru. Ever since its founding in 1782, Tarapoto has been treasured by everyone who visited it. It was affectionately named “La Cuidad de Las Palmeras” by the Spaniards, and the city’s name comes from the “Taraputus” palm tree in San...

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Dive Into Nature with the Top Waterfalls in Tarapoto

In the last decade, Tarapoto has emerged as one of Peru’s most promising tourist destinations. Blessed with a strategic location in the San Martin province, it provides visitors with the best worlds. Boasting a vibrant culture and exceptional natural attractions, Tarapoto’s charm is undeniable. Recently the city has grown exponentially...

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Lose Your Inhibitions in Abancay’s Hot Springs

When it comes to criminally overlooked areas of South America, Abancay emphatically makes it on the list. This is due to its strategic place in Peru’s geography and history. From being the battleground of both the Incas against the Chankas and the Spanish Almagristas against the Pizarristas, Abancay is no...

Go Deep Into Echarati With These 3 Waterfalls

When it comes to exploring Quillabamba and Echarati, no one is more versed than El Gringo Famoso. It's the perfect place for a quick family trip, thanks to its relatively untapped tourist attractions & close proximity to civilization. No matter where you are in Peru, all you have to do...