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5 Things To do in Peru to make your trip complete

If you are planning to head to South America, then you should most certainly consider Peru. In case you are already going over there, then I believe that this article could be of some use to you for planning your itinerary.

Peru is one of the most popularly visited countries in the continent and is known particularly for its contribution to world history. It was home to many ancient cultures, many of which survived for centuries and attracted visitors from beyond the Atlantic. Today, it stands as a prominent regional power and has witnessed significant industrial, social and economic development. Thus, Peru will be a great experience if at all you decide to come here.

Naturally, the country has many touristic spots to feed the excitement and curiosity of people. However, there are certain things you must do in order to have a complete Peruvian experience. I have written down 5 such things which are among the best this country has to offer to its tourists.

  1. Experience the Majesty of Amazon
    It is most advised that you head over to Amazon rainforest before humans consume it all because it will be one of those experiences which will remain fresh until your death.
    Contrary to what many believe, the rainforest does not limit itself to Brazil, and you can find the Peruvian part as adventurous and mysterious as Brazilian. The Peruvian Amazon runs from the eastern section of the Andes mountains to the borders of Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Colombia.
    Peruvian Amazon is one of the most ecologically diverse sections on this entire planet, with numerous species of animals and birds to watch out for. The fauna grows abundantly and of all kinds many of which are endemic to the region. There is also the Apurimac River which gives birth to Amazon River. In addition to the above, you can find a handful of protected areas to take a trip to such as the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve.
  2. Head over to the Inca Citadel
    Known as Machu Picchu, the Inca Citadel is a 15th-century relic which is located on a mountain ridge. It is one of the most popular relics from the Inca civilization and was abandoned during the Spanish invasion. Interestingly, the Spanish did not know about it until 1911.
    Machu Picchu is extremely important to Peru, both culturally and economically, and has been recognized as a Peruvian Historic Sanctuary. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is presently one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
    It is a must to visit here!
  3. Indulge in the life of Lima
    The capital of the country is Lima, as you might know. It is a coastal city, which is incidentally the largest city in the country. Being the capital, it is the center of political, economic, cultural and social activities and hence, attracts a huge number of tourists, both from within and outside the country.
    You need at least a day to experience the city thoroughly. There are many places you must visit and which include the catacombs of the Monastery of San Fransisco, the Cathedral of Lima, Miraflores cliffs, the Plaza Mayor, the Palace of Torre Tagle, and the Sanctuary of Las Nazarenas. If these are not enough, you may want to hit the beach.
  4. Do Not Miss Out On the food
    There is no way you can exit Peru without tasting its cuisine. The country is known for its delectable cuisine, especially in its capital which has been crowned with the sobriquet Gastronomical Capital of the Americas.
    Peruvian cuisine is special because it embodies ingredients inspired by many cultures such as the Inca, Europe, and Asian. You can go all daring, by ordering the famous Crocodile head with sausage in the Amazon market, roasted guinea pig, or engage in local soft drinks such as Chicha Morada and Inca Kola.
  5. Aerial View of Nazca Lines
    One of the biggest mysteries in the world of geoglyphs is that of Nazca Lines. Nazca Lines are a bunch of geoglyphs created in the Nazca desert and are estimated to have been created between 500 BC and 500 AD.
    Take an aerial view of the same and you would notice motifs containing figures of animals and plants. Since the area has been preserved, the lines have not eroded away and remain easily visible. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Anna Papadopoulos
Anna Papadopoulos is an associate editor and oversees the global editorial division of CEOWORLD magazine, setting up the team structure and ensuring global alignment and cohesion in strategy. Working on a range of topics from fashion, higher education, travel, and lifestyle. Write at anna-papadopoulos@ceoworld.biz
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