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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Have You Heard of These Peruvian Holidays?

Getting the chance to witness the holiday celebrations of foreign countries is one of the greatest pleasures of travelling. While Peru recognizes many of the most popular international holidays – public holidays include Christmas and May Day (International Labor Day) – Peru also has many holidays and national celebrations that are unique to the area. In this post, we'll discuss four holidays celebrated in Peru that you probably haven't heard about before. Fiestas Patrias The Fiestas Patrias, or Patriotic Holidays, is the Peruvian national holiday that celebrates Peru's liberation from the Spanish Empire and the declaration of its independence in 1821. Unlike Independence Day in the US, the Fiestas Patrias takes place over two days: July 28th and July 29th.... [ + ]

3 Surprising Peruvian Animal Facts

Peru is one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world, and is home to many mammals, reptiles, plants, and other forms of wildlife. When visiting Peru, travellers have the chance to see a large selection of animals in the wild that they may not be able to see anywhere else in the world. Want to learn more about? Here's 3 surprising facts about animals in Peru that you may not know. Peru is Home to More Species of Bird Than Any Other Country Peru may be famous for Macchu Picchu and the Andes mountains, but nearly 60% of the country is actually covered by rainforest. Peru contains the largest section of the Amazon rain forest of any country... [ + ]

4 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Peru

Most people know about Machu Picchu and the Incas, but there's a lot more to Peruvian history and culture than that. Peru holds an important place in world history in regards to food, culture, and sport, one that stretches back hundreds and even thousands of years. With that in mind, here's four surprising things about Peru that you probably didn't know before now. Peru is the Home of the Potato Many Americans associate the potato with Ireland, but potatoes have only been grown in Europe since the mid 16th century. Before that, wild potatoes were only found in the Americas, and geneticists have traced the world's most famous tuber's origin to modern day southern Peru, where potatoes were first domesticated... [ + ]

Visit these 3 cities on your next vacation to Peru, you will find wonderful places and traditional food, ask your BPT travel agent about these cities

When someone asks for suggestions on the best places to visit in Peru, they'll usually get the same few answers: Machu Picchu, the Inca Trails, the Nazca Desert. But there are many great places to visit in Peru that don't involve a hike up a mountain or a trek to an ancient ruin. Peru is also home to vibrant cities and other interesting places to visit, including the three on this list. Lake Titicaca's Man-Made Islands Most people have heard the name, but few are aware of just how many great sightseeing spots there are on and around Lake Titicaca. Titicaca is the largest lake in South America by volume, and is divided between Peru in the west and Bolivia... [ + ]
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