The peculiar geography of this destination makes it a paradise of rustic life, culture, and beauty for all tastes.
For around US $10,000, tourists can have a luxury adventure in Cusco, Peru, where ancestral Inca culture mixes with high-end exclusivity and excellent food.
Colca Canyon, home to the condor, with its incredible views and fresh breezes, is a treat for hikers and campers.
Arequipa just had its 473 anniversary on Aug. 15. To celebrate, El Comercio users sent in their favorite pictures. Have a look at the beauty that is The White City.
Santiago Apóstol church in Pomata and San Juan Bautista church in Juli house impressive architecture, baroque paintings framed in gold, and spectacular views of Lake Titicaca.
On August 15, Arequipa will celebrate 473 years since its founding with a big celebration.
Just four hours south of Lima is the city of Ica with its many adventures for travelers on any budget.
Known for its spectacular views of Lake Titicaca and its round houses, built to ward off the cold, this beautiful island is a perfect day trip from Puno.
The city of Moquegua is not on many tourist itineraries, but it is a charming destination, especially for pisco fans.
Up and coming singer-songwriter Alejandro Nicoli invites you to visit his city, Arequipa.
In the jungle of Puno, small raccoon-like creatures eat and excrete the beans that make for Peru’s best coffee.
The Virgen de la Candelaria features one of the largest traditional dance celebrations in South America, with 85 troupes participating.
Far from the crowds found on many Peruvian beaches, the wild and virgin beaches around Caleta San Jose provide a chance to disconnect from the world and connect to the sea.
The park at Querulpa preserves dozens of dinosaur footprints, but that’s not all it offers.
A land of volcanic landscapes, wildlife and wetlands lies just outside the city of Arequipa.