Peru of Living Cultures



Heir to both native and European cultures, Peru upholds a wide variety of festivals and traditions that make up its cultural heritage. A never-ending series of festivals and events throughout the year bring bright colors and flavors to everyday...

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Granja Porcón

The perfect setting for experience-based tourism, boasting a scenery that immerses visitors in nature and allows them to help the community with their day-to-day activities such as milking cows, sowing pine trees, cultivating the land, and many other rural...

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Cusco – Sacred Valley

In the Sacred Valley of the Incas, several of the communities allow visitors to help with their agricultural work. Yucay, Urubamba and Pumahuanca all produce delicious sweet corn with large kernels, grown on the Inca terraces (agricultural terraces built...

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Pasco – Villa Rica

In 1853 the first Austro-German immigrants arrived, looking to colonize the central jungle. After travelling for a long time, they set up camp in Oxapampa, where they developed their community in isolation for decades. Most of the houses here...

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Puno – Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is one of the most important natural heritage sites in the world, as well as a great source of resources for the communities that live around its blue waters, maintaining ancestral traditions and customs. The island of...

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Tribute to the earth

The ancient Peruvians developed strong links with nature based on respect, fear and adoration. Men and animals depended exclusively on what the earth could produce and provide, and this led to the need to express their worship of the...

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