For the eighth year in a row Peru was awarded title of Best Culinary Destination at the international gala of the World Travel Awards.
According to a study called “2018 National Vacation Profile”, Promperú revealed that Peruvian women travel in Peru more than men.
In the most recent world ranking prepared by the World Economic Forum (WEF), Peru positioned itself 49 of 140 of the most competitive touristic destinations.
The President of the Chamber of Tourism and Foreign Trade of Paracas (CAPATUR), Eduardo Jáuregui, revealed that since 2007 to date, $150 million US dollars have been invested in first-class international hotel infrastructure in Paracas.
Peru has so many things to offer: from landscapes perfect for practicing outdoor activities to culture, a great climate, and amazing food. For these reasons, and many more is why you shouldn’t say no to traveling here.
The National Geographic Traveler magazine of the United Kingdom will present in September a special edition dedicated to Peru, where it will show the best of the Andes and the Peruvian Amazon.
If you like animals, especially baby ones, then you might enjoy the experience of staying in the Belmond Hotel Río Sagrado in the Sacred Valley in Peru which includes the possibility of feeding baby alpacas.
From August 19 to 26, there are almost 100 travel packages that can be obtained to travel in Peru from $200 to $3,000 with Peru Week.