Escape from the routine and indulge your passion for photography in Peru. Capture the soul of a portrait. Discover the spirit of a place. Refine your personal style. Improve your technical skills. Take your camera out of the box!
Due to the greatest cultural and natural diversity, there is an enormous quantity of typical dishes from the coast, the highlands and the jungle. The Peruvian Gastronomy stems mainly from the combination of Spanish and indigenous cuisines with traditional native Peruvian ingredients and with later influences from the cuisines of China, Italy, West Africa, Japan among others; due to the arrival of immigrants from those locations. Nowadays the Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the favorites in the world. Peruvian Gastronomy has already been awarded with the world heritage recognition at national level, and Peruvian cuisine is now promoted as a tourist attraction on the same level as say Machu Picchu.
It is an ancient Culture which seeks the growth and heal of a person through the spirit with the use of natural elements and ancestral knowledge; it is of a great interest of the modern world. These millenary experiences are possible to be found in different parts of Peru. In the northern coast there heal tables and the San Pedro cactus, in the highlands offers to the earth and the coca leave. In the jungle the Shamans and the Ayahuasca soul vine. To be part of the ceremonies mentioned above, you have to be in touch with the nature in places where there is a huge energetic concentrations such as in the “Huacas” (ceremonial place), in Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu and all over the jungle where there is magic and knowledge in the use of plants.
Peru is paradise for bird watching lovers and nature lovers
in general, thanks to a great amount of habitats, climates
and the variety of the geography. With more than 1800
species of birds, 117 of them endemic to Peru, it becomes
a dream to any ornithologist, especially when you think that
we keep discovering new species in remote areas of Peru
and unknown regions for biologists.