It Is Easy to Get ThereBritish Airways have brought this South American Nation closer to home with its new thrice a week Gatwick to Lima service. The decision to reopen the route, which was closed since 1982, is helping to put Peru back on the map.
Lima Is RevivingAccording to Chris Moss, who is a destination writer; wrote that Lima, which once was a city that was grimy and dangerous, is now rising fast with the Peruvian economy. This information can be found in Telegraph Travel’s Guide to Peru. He continued to mention that, Ceviche is now famous all over the world, has placed the city’s rich and varied gastronomy on the map. Beyond its native delights, Lima vaunts many museums, a glorious old town, and an impressive 1800-year-old Huaca Pucllana ruins.
The BeachesThe cold peaks of the Andes seem like a long way from the hot beaches of Peru’s Northwest. Well, famed for its tropical climate as well as fine golden shores, the district of Piura is probably the best spot for beach lovers, ideal for wearing your designer beach dresses. Many go to resorts such as Mancora, where surfing, powdery sands, and crystal waters keep visitors for longer than they planned.
Machu PicchuLet’s not forget about Machu Picchu, which tops the bucket list of many people. Machu Picchu is an ancient city that is the most visited tourist attraction in South America. This city can only be reached through lofty railway line or hiking trails. According to Chris Moss in his Telegraph Travel’s guide to Machu Picchu; with a bit of careful planning and the right approach, you will find the site engaging and enchanting as any on the planet.
The Amazon AboundsPeru has more than three Amazon Regions such as:
- The Tambopata reserve - a place where boat trips are gaining popularity
- The Chachapoyas-
Gocta-Kuelap circuit – a place known for its mummy museums, lofty waterfall, and ruins
- The reserves around Iquitos and Riverine National Park