Tagged: UNESCO World Heritage
The ruins of Kuélap could be the oldest ruins of a fortified city in the Americas. A new cable car gives visitors easy access to this archaeological gem.
30Km south of Lima you find the lesser known archaeological site of Pachacamac, which covers nearly 2000 years of Peru’s history and four distinct cultures.
Travelling overland with family visitors can be logistically difficult. Here’s how we managed it with my sister and her husband, Bron & Bob, for 3 weeks in Peru.
The far north of Chile offers more than just desert and beaches: ancient geoglyphs, mummies, historic town centres, and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Sometimes we experience situations and places, which are interesting but don’t really justify a full blog post. Here we share six of them with 30 large photos.