Thanks to these websites, you’ll be able to lower your costs during your next trips.
Poison dart frogs, tarantulas, scorpions, toucans, macaws, sloths, monkeys, snakes, piranha, and caimans are just some of the many weird and wonderful creatures you can see in the Peruvian Amazon.
Article sponsored by Marriott Lima.
Article sponsored by Aranwa Cusco Boutique Hotel.
March marks the reopening of the famous Inca Trail, one of the most attractive treks in the world.
Review sponsored by Hotel Tierra Viva.
Traveling with your children can be a magical experience, but not always an easy one. Here are some places where both you and your kids will have a great time.
Some airlines already offer their clients the option to check in on their cellphones.
The archaeological site of Pachacamac makes an ideal daytrip from Lima.
These decadent pools are the ultimate in luxury.
Ever been stung by a jellyfish? Find out here how to protect yourself on the beach!
Iquitos is much more than a tourist trap in the jungle— click through for photos of the bizarre gem of the jungle.
Looking for a short trip to the jungle?
The spectacular Lake Titicaca isn’t the only clear watered wonder of Peru.
An alternative and slightly more exploratory way that offers impressive views of one of the most beautiful bays of our coast.
Want to see a stunning archaeological site that rises into the hills? Forget Machu Picchu, head to Kuelap!