Peru Travel Articles

 
Telltale National Icons of South America
Telltale National Icons of South America Yes, Diego did punch a ball into the goal with his hand in a World Cup game, but he got away with it-the goal counted-and that is just perfect for the people of Argentina.
Exploring the Lost City of the Incas – Macchu Picchu, Peru, South America
Exploring the Lost City of the Incas – Macchu Picchu, Peru, South America What had started out as a haphazard last-minute trip to Macchu Picchu ended up being a phenomenal experience. So grab some Powerbars (and personal hygiene products), and hit the trail for an experience you'll never forget.
Jeffrey Berk’s Travelogue from Peru – August 1999
Travelogue from Jeffrey Berk's trip to Peru in August 1999.
Jeffrey Berk’s Travelogue from Peru – August 1999
Travelogue from Jeffrey Berk's trip to Peru in August 1999.
Dealing with Culture Shock – Peru, South America
Sharon Couzens de Hinojosa offers tips on how to reduce culture shock when in Peru.
Patita con Mani – Peru, South America
Patita con Mani – Peru, South America Lyle Gentry shares a travel anecdote about eating, communicating and hiking in Peru.
Lima on 500 USD a Month – Peru, South America
Sharon de Hinojosa and husband live on 500 USD a month in Lima, Peru. They still manage to eat in restaurants and they even go out on the town a couple of nights a month.
You Could Love Iquitos, Peru – South America
You Could Love Iquitos, Peru – South America Bill Grimes may just convince you to see Iquitos, Peru for yourself.
Finding My Inner Hiker on the Inca Trail – Peru, South America
Finding My Inner Hiker on the Inca Trail – Peru, South America City slicker, Gina M. Larson, takes to the Inca Trail and finds what makes the Great Outdoors so fabulous.
Alternative to the Inca Trail – Peru, South America
Whether for conservation or economic reasons, or both, the Inca Trail is no more the adventure it used to be. Overcrowded and strictly controlled, it pushes travellers to look for an alternative. For