During this tour you´ll receive an introduction to the Paracas, Nazca, and Ica cultures as you marvel at what they left behind (from their celebrated polychrome ceramics and complex textiles to mummies and trophy heads). You´ll learn about the process of making world-famous Peruvian Pisco while touring a vineyard and wine cellar and sampling the wares in a wine-tasting. To top it all off, we´ll lunch in a real desert oasis perfect for taking stunning photos before indulging the rush of sandboarding the desert´s steepest slopes.
If you want to see Lima at its most magical- and get some stunning photos along the way- then this night tour is the way to do it. You´ll explore the capital´s main attractions- sites of historical and cultural significance whose Colonial and Neocolonial architecture appears even more striking lit up against the night sky. With this tour you´ll see:
It all ends with a spectacular folkloric dance show at the sophisticated Junius*, with Peruvian cuisine served buffet-style. This `boutique-restaurant´ also displays and sells the work of local artisans.
* Subject to availability, in the event of a booked show, the local will be moved to the Damajuana (Larcomar).
Today, August 30th, Peru celebrates a national holiday honoring St Rose, the Americas' first saint. Even if you're not Catholic, you'll find plenty of entertainment- like most of the other religious festivals of Peru, the festivities include drinking, feasting, and dancing, with street vendors bustling about adding color and excitement to the proceedings...
Continuing with the photo theme from last post, here's a look at the activity-oriented parts of Pirwa Colonial Backpackers in Cusco, Peru, which is packed with things to do, ways to relax and to meet fellow travelers…
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