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Peru adventure tours and The Wonder List with Bill Weir

Peru adventure tours are very popular today, is one of the most sought after by current travelers who come in search of adrenaline, new experiences and above all unforgettable adventures.   Peru Adventure Tours and The Wonder List Cusco is not only a city full of mystery and mysticism, there are also different proposals for adventure lovers. Here at Best Peru Tours we have prepared a list that will be of your interest: Whiterwater Rafting in Urubamba Adventure in The Tropical Rainforest Adventure in the Peruvian Amazon Mountain Bike Rides Out the City of Cusco Cusco City Guided Hike The successful television series "The Wonder List with Bill Weir" has Peru as one of the top five destinations this month... [ + ]

Peru Adventure Tours and Guinness World Record for 7m Long Chocolate Bar

Peru pastry chefs earn Guinness World Record for 7m long chocolate bar At this moment, we are offering a Peru adventure tour to special cities where you can enjoy your vacations, cities like: Cusco Arequipa Lima Puno, etc. These are some of the best places to find an adventure, check our current list of packages here. And as part of our Peru adventure tours, the past 14th  of October in district of Jesus Maria in Lima, a group of pastry chefs elaborated the longest chocolate bar in the world, it was necessary to baked about 1,000 kilos of cacao and for this reason this group of specialized pastry chefs won the Guinness World Record as the longer chocolate bar. The chocolate... [ + ]

One of the most famous people from Peru in Soccer

In recent times, Peruvian football has managed to have references at international level, soccer players who demonstrate their talent in countries such as Brazil, Spain, Turkey, Mexico, etc. That is why today the Peruvian people are very proud to have famous people from Peru in the world of international soccer. One of the most beloved players currently is Paolo Guerrero, he currently plays for the Flamengo team in Brazil. He was born on January 1, 1984 and has taken his football to teams like: Bayern Munich (Germany), Hamburg (Germany), Corinthians (Brazil), he started his soccer career in the Peruvian club of Alianza Lima within the minor divisions at 7 years of age, then in 2001 he ascended to the major... [ + ]

NEW MACHU PICCHU ENTRANCE REGULATIONS STARTING JULY 1ST

The new norms will be effective starting July 1st 2017. On this meeting, the following was established: The maximum time a passenger can remain in the premises will be 4 hours, period that will start running as soon as he enters. There will be two schedules. In the morning, from 6:00 am until noon, and the evening schedule, from noon until 16:30. The fortress will close its doors at 17:30. During the trial period (from July 1st to October 31st) entry hours will be flexible, with a 2-hour margin before and after noon. This means that if the passenger has an entry ticket for the evening, he will be able to enter the citadel since 10:00am. If the entry ticket... [ + ]

5 Interesting Facts About Peru’s Government

The Government Palace was Built in the 1500s The Government Palace is both the seat of Peru’s executive branch and the official residence of the President. The building has a long history, stretching back all the way to the arrival of Europeans in South America. The building was erected in 1535 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who used it as his official office, as did the viceroys who ruled Peru in the name of Spain for hundreds of years after his death. Though the palace has served as the headquarters for every leader of the Republic since Peru’s independence, it still bears the name “House of Pizarro,” a reminder of its long and complicated place in Peruvian history. [caption id="attachment_3128"... [ + ]

4 Cities in Peru You Have to Visit

  Peru is too big and too wonderful a country for visitors to keep their travels contained to Machu Picchu and Lima. You may not have heard of the cities listed below before, but your trip to Peru won’t be complete unless you take the time to visit at least one of them before you leave. Iquitos Iquitos is one of the most unique cities in the world. The sixth most populous city in Peru, Iquitos is the largest city in the world that is completely inaccessible by road. Thanks to its location in the Peruvian Amazon, Iquitos is like an oasis of modernity in the middle of the wild South American jungle. The city can only be reached by... [ + ]

Peru’s Hidden Languages

  Like the majority of South American countries, Peru’s official language is Spanish, which was brought to the area by European settlers in the 1500s. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, however, the area we now know as Peru was home to at least 300 aboriginal languages, with some researchers estimating the number might have been as high as 700. Though many of these languages are now extinct, there are still as many as fourteen distinct language families spoken within the borders of modern Peru, a legacy of the country’s rich aboriginal heritage that persists to this day. Of all the unique reasons to visit Peru, getting the chance to hear these languages spoken by the ancestors of the cultures... [ + ]
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