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The Dollar is Soaring High in Peru

Is the U.S. Dollar your primary currency? If it is, congratulations are in order, because your money has rarely been worth more in relation to the Peruvian sol. Even though Peru is one of the most stable economies in South America, their currency, the Nuevo Sol, has declined against the U.S. dollar over the past […]

Surfing in Peru is about to Get a Boost

The eyes of the world will be trained on Lima, Peru, in 2019 for the summer Olympic Games. And with surfing now added as an official event, the waves of Peru will be seen by millions. Peru is one of the world’s finest surfing destinations. There are 1600 miles of coast and very little to […]


One of the best places to visit in Peru, especially if you like history and enjoy looking at gold, is the Museo de Oro in Lima. The museum is home to genuine artifacts and exquisite reproductions of the massive treasure of the Incas, most of which was plundered and melted down by the Spanish, who […]

Sunrises and Sunsets in Crystal Clear Air

Nestled between Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is South America’s largest lake. At over 3,200 square miles, it is also one of the world’s highest commercially navigable lakes and, for the people of the Andes, the traditional site of the birthplace of the Sun. The lake is one of the best places to visit in […]


The cultural scene is exploding in Peru, in the years since the end of the twenty-year internal conflict in 2000. Nowhere is that more evident than in Lima, with its dozens of museums, galleries, theaters and exhibits to entice resident and tourist alike. In this piece, we talk about three attractions, each different in scale […]

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