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Peru is a nation of mixed ethnic origins. Throughout its history, Peru has been the meeting ground for different nations and cultures. The indigenous population was joined 500 years ago by the Spaniards. As a result of this encounter, and later enriched by the migration of African blacks, Asians and Europeans, Peruvian man emerged as the representative of a nation whose rich ethnic mix is one of its leading characteristics

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PERU AND BOLIVIA 18 DAYS

Visited Destinations: Perú Bolivia

Heir to ancient cultures and a rich colonial tradition, Perú is a magical spot which involves one of the richest biodiversities of Earth, and is a melting pot of different cultures who together are forging the promise of a better future.

Many ecological zones are represented within Bolivia's territory. The western highlands of the country are situated in the Andes Mountains and include the Bolivian Altiplano. The eastern lowlands include large sections of Amazonian rainforests and the Chaco Plain. The highest...

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Camping Trip In Manu's Reserved Zone In And Out By Bus / All Camping

Visited Destinations: Perú

In 1977, the Manu was declared nucleus area of the Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and ten years later, it was designated as Natural Patrimony of Humanity. The park protects areas as diverse as the high Andean plains, situated at over 13,123 fasl, cloud forests and the Amazon basin. According to its use, it is divided in three different areas: a Nucleus Zone, an intangible territory, location of all research work; a Reserved or buffer zone, where many controlled tourist activities...

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Perú Adventure Tour 18 Days

Visited Destinations: Perú

The Peruvian coastline is formed by a long snaking desert hemmed in between the sea and the mountains. The Andes to the east and the cold Humboldt sea current that runs along the coast are what make this area so arid. From the Sechura desert to the Nazca plains and the Atacama desert, the dry coastal terrain is occasionally split by valleys covered by a thick layer of cloud and drizzle in the winter

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