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Chan Chan

Chan Chan, the capital of the Chimu Empire, is the largest mud city in the valley of Moche near Trujillo. It was built between the XII and XIV centuries. It is believed  that the city housed around 100 thounsand people and that it was built with 240 million adobe bricks. Chan Chan: The Mud City

Tour archaeological sites near Cusco city

Tour archaeological in Cusco is a great experience. Cusco is considered one of the most ancient cities and the historic captial of the continent. Cusco in Quechua is Qosqo, which means  "the earth's navel". Near Cusco city  there are several vestiges Incas, among them they emphasize: Sacsayhumán, Quenko, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay. Sacsayhuamán Northeast of Cusco. A fortress

Manu: The Biofere Reserve

The Manu Biosphere Reserve is located in the rainforest between Cusco and Madre de Dios. It is one of the biggest tropical areas on the planet. At the end of the twentieth century, this area became famous for its rubber, mahogany wood and animal furs. In 1973 the government set its boundaries because it’s a

Paracas: Natural Reserve

Location: 261 km. south of Lima Altitude: 5 m.a.s.l. The Natural Reserve of Paracas is the only protected area of the Peruvian coastline. This wild sanctuary a few minutes from Pisco is located in northern Ica, and has an extension of 335 thousand hectares of desert and beautiful beaches, housing endangered species such as sea

Lake Titicaca

This is the highest navigable lake in the world (3,812m). It occupies an extremely large area, of approximately 8,490 km2, that is divided between the present countries of Peru and Bolivia. Moreover, Lake Titicaca reaches a maximum depth of 280 m and includes 36 islands. In the Peruvian, the largest islands are Esteves, Taquile and