15 Ancient Ruins to See in Peru (Besides Machu Picchu); Jennifer Purdie; Fodor’s

While Machu Picchu is without a doubt one of the greatest ancient sites in South America (and possibly the world), it is also one of the most popular, with over one million tourists each year. Machu Picchu should be on any traveler’s bucket list, but once you’ve visited, there’s so much more to discover in Peru. Populating the entire country, you will find archeological sites wherever you travel in Peru.

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11 Weird and Wonderful Things to See and Do in Peru; Alyssa Pinsker; Fodor’s

Peru, in all its awe-inspiring glory, is a magical, mystical place still full of mystery, with foods, animals, history, and customs you may have never heard of. Honeymooners and tourists flock to Macchu Picchu for its majestic views of an abandoned Incan citadel in the sky amongst rolling green hills—the reason for its creation unknown. The incredible sprawling Nazca desert lines that can only be viewed aerially remain one of the world’s greatest mysteries. Drink pisco sours, enjoy the fresh ceviche, and explore all that is weird, creepy…

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Eerie Ancient Statues Found in Peru; George Noory; iHeartRadio

Archaeologists studying an ancient abandoned city in Peru made a somewhat unsettling discovery in the form of 20 creepy-looking statues which lined the walls of a passageway.

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A first-timer’s guide to Peru – trekking, wildlife and more; Ros Walford; Rough Guides

To celebrate 60 years of Paddington bear – the beloved children’s character from Peru – here’s our first-timer’s guide to Peru with tips for everyone.

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No, We’re Not Trampling Machu Picchu Out of Existence; Tyler Moss; CN Traveler

In 2016, UNESCO threatened to place the World Heritage site on its list of places in danger—unless it cleaned up its act.

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Ancient Inca Ruins, Colorful Traditions, and Plenty of Pisco: The 4-Day Weekend in Cusco; Ian Centrone; Men’s Journal

Cusco is the second-most frequented destination in Peru. Known for being the Gateway to the Sacred Valley, most people only spend a day or two in the bustling cosmopolitan epicenter as a means to an end before continuing on to the grand finale: Machu Picchu. Here’s how to spend the ultimate long weekend.

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4 Tips to traveling in Machu Picchu; World Inside Pictures

Traveling in Machu Picchu is one of the most life-changing experiences you’ll ever have. Located in Peru, this UNESCO world heritage site is the true definition of an exotic adventure setting thanks to its craggy mountain ranges, lush and humid jungles, historic ruins and breathtaking views. The sheer amount of adrenaline-inducing activities you can engage in while there is unimaginable. However, before you head out to the trip here are four comprehensive tips to help you plan well and make your travel worthwhile.

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Peru: Six countries work on Qhapaq Ñan protection plan; Andina

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Peru Beyond Machu Picchu; Harvey Chipkin; Travel Pulse

Peru combines sophistication and natural beauty.

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Peru: prosperous economy with world’s fastest industrial growth rates; Gulf Times

The Republic of Peru is a country in western South America. It is bordered in the north by Ecuador and Colombia, in the east by Brazil, in…

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