Peru is a tiny South American country that is rich in culture and heritage of the ancient past. Based out of the Amazonian rain forest, Peru is home to ancient civilizations like Incas which was one of the 5 great Empires of Americas. It is largely landlocked on all sides by neighboring countries of Bolivia, Equador and Chile. Although very rich in minerals and natural resources, Peru remains to be one of the poorest countries in the world. In tourist sectors, it draws large crowds every year heading to Machu Pichu, the seat of Incan ruins in the Andes Mountains.


The warm and hospitable natives of East and North-East India is known for its love for food, nature, and guests. The region is characterized by its diverse yet interconnected languages, customs, beliefs, andtraditions intertwined into a solid cultural mix. 


East India is celebrated all over the world forits rich traditional legacy, myriad tribes, and religious fervor. When in East India,get ready to hop on the experiences of your lifetime – witnessing the indigenousarts and crafts of the tribals, bamboo and cane marvels, miniature art,grounded lifestyle, architectural marvels, religious fairs, and festivals, andmore!

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Top Things to do in Peru

Peru can be a traveller’s delight if you are looking to catch sights of the bygone era or of nature in its truest form. As mentioned earlier the Machu Pichu on Andes Mountains remains a major attraction for tourists throughout the year. That apart the country’s proximity to the Amazon rain forest makes it an ideal choice for spotting Macaus in their original habitat. Peru is nature at its rugged and rustic best and trekking its various mountains is going to be an interesting activity.

Feast on some mouth-watering delicacies

Ceviche is Peru’s national dish and it is definitely something you would not want to miss out on when visiting Peru. Lima is the native origin of the ceviche, a fish based dish and this is the best location to try out different versions of the ceviche. One can also sample the Aji de Gallina Empanadas, Lomo Saltado which is a slow simmering beef curry, Tiradito Aji de Gallina which is a Chicken Stew and the Rocoto Relleno which is an interesting dish made of Stuffed Pepper. Also worth a try are Arroz con Pato which is Rice with Duck meat in sauce and gravy and the Papas a la Huancaina which is Potatoes in Cheese Sauce.

Visit these Places of Religious & Cultural Value

The Quechua and the Aymara are the two main native cultures of Peru and they have preserved a lot of their ancient traditions that have been handed down from generations. They live in native settlements close to the Incan ruins and follow their primitive traditions for living. One can also pay a visit to the Islands of Lake Titicaca and get involved in native traditions for a better feel of the native culture and religion such as La Danza de las Tijeras or Scissors Dance & Offerings for the Pachamama.

Visit these Places for Adventure and Fun

Peru has natural assets and ancient ruins for tourist attractions and they keep themselves entertained with their indigenous traditions. Those wishing some adventure apart from trekking to Macchu Pichhu and other ruins can choose to visit the Rainbow Mountain or the Desert Oasis in Huacachina.

Visit these Places for A Romantic Getaway

Visit Malecón for a romantic getaway in Peru. Lima’s boardwalk along the beach side cliff is stunning for the views, especially at sunset. Visit the Parque Kennedy and take a carriage ride in the historical center.

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