Peruvian food recipes showcase a remarkable diversity of ingredients, including bountiful fresh fish and countless varieties of corn and chilies. And don’t even get us started on Peruvian potatoes! The Eat Peru blog is on a mission to bring the wonders of Peruvian dishes to a broader audience of foodies. Here’s Keith Lang of Peru Eats’ take on what makes Peruvian recipes so delectable.
Peru contains stunning natural beauty, from remote deserts to high-elevation lakes and prime Amazon rainforest. Its rich and varied history has resulted in archaeological treasures like Machu Picchu. And its food is arguably among the very best in the world, founded in agricultural practices unchanged for the past 2,000 years. Keep reading for more interesting facts about Peru.
From a magical canoe ride through the Brazilian Amazon to an exploration of the sights and sounds of a Thai floating market, these six destinations come with unique activities sure to keep everyone engaged. So, let’s go!
Located in the Sacred Valley in Peru, Machu Picchu rises nearly 8,000 feet above sea level. In 2007, it was voted one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Not bad for a 570-year old city! Shrouded in clouds and mystery, the panoramic views of this “Lost City” will stay with your family a lifetime. Read on to learn more about visiting Machu Picchu with kids.
Each June, hundreds of Peruvian families come together for a one-of-a-kind festival near the village of Quehue. About 100 miles from Cusco, Quehue boasts an ancient tradition rooted in the culture of the Inca. Lasting four days, the event includes bridge building, dancing, a feast of local delicacies, and marks a unique way to learn about Peruvian culture for kids. Learn more about the Q’eswachaka Festival and why it helps locals “bridge” the cultural gap to their past.
Whether you’re looking for ancient mummies, massive stairways guarded by mythical creatures, or stunning colonial architecture, Cusco with kids is an adventure. It’s a spectacular city where kid-friendly activities abound. Of course, family fun in Peru doesn’t stop with the museums and plazas of Cusco. They’re just the beginning. Interested in learning more about what to do in Cusco on a Peru family trip? Let’s go!
When it comes to experiencing the Andes Mountains with kids, what’s the first image that comes to mind? Maybe marching up to the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu? Or, perhaps, snapping photos of your kiddos posed with alpacas and brightly-clad ladies in Cuzco? While these are must-see highlights, Peru family travel doesn’t stop there. Check out these kid-friendly destinations that showcase the diverse geography of the Peruvian Andes.
What do the best family vacation ideas of 2020 include? Plenty of culturally-immersive, experiential travel. Opportunities for kid-friendly, adrenaline-packed activities. And sustainable practices that give back to local communities. Check out 2020’s family adventure hotspots and learn more about family-friendly itineraries to visit each.
Now’s the time to plan your midwinter and spring break family vacations. From the exhilaration of whale watching in Baja, Mexico, to the stunning beauty and monumental history of Peru’s Sacred Valley, here are 6 family-friendly vacation ideas you won’t want to miss.
Narrowing down family-friendly activities in Lima with kids is no simple matter. The city abounds with fun activities for all ages. But even the pickiest kiddos will be fascinated by these three kid-friendly spots. So, consider making them a part of your next family trip to Peru.