Peru, one country, many ways to feel it.
We are a land wrapped in hundreds of years of history. Heart of the mighty Inca Empire. If one word can describe Peru it would be “Diverse”, one destination holding an infinitive amount of experiences. Here just a few:


Fortunately, the Inca were master road builders who blazed trails all throughout the Andes. There are many alternate routes to Machu Picchu, if you enjoy outdoors, there’s nothing like the satisfaction of approaching Machu Picchu on one’s own two feet, which is why the Inca Trail hike has become so popular in recent years...Read more.


Event Of The Month

Astrid & Gaston Restaurant Moreyra Opening

A very good example of what is happening in the Peruvian gastronomy is the story of Astrid & Gaston restaurant. Nearly 20 years ago, Astrid & Gastón opened on a cozy street in the Miraflores neighborhood in Lima his first restaurant. It was the platform that gave Peruvian chef Gaston Acurio and his german wife Astrid Gutsche a chance to make their dreams come true.

Together, they created a new type of Peruvian haute cuisine that catapulted their restaurant to number one on the Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants list and number 14th on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna... Read more


PeruTourism Travel Tips

Travel Etiquette Do's and Don'ts

There are possible frustrations that you might encounter when you leave home, like for example, get stuck with a not-desirable seatmate, but how you react can make all the difference, whether you’re dealing with that seatmate, a reckless taxi driver, or a bad case of food poisoning.

What to Do if You Missed Your Flight

Knowing the dos and don’ts of travel etiquette will help you go from an amateur to a sophisticated globe-trotter... Read more



Perutourism Press Release

The Sarcophagus Of Mummy Inspired Munch To Taint "The Scream" is found

The exact location where the mummy of the pre inca “Chachapoyas” culture that inspired the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch to paint "The Scream", was found according to the German researcher Stefan Ziemendorff, who argued that the site matches the story of Pierre Vidal- Senèze, who in 1877 arrived in Chachapoyas (northen area of Peru) in search for objects to do business in Europe.

Vidal- Senèze extracted four mummies, but only took with him the one corresponding to a warrior of Chachapoyas culture, which was exhibited at the Ethnographic Museum of Trocadéro in Paris where the norwegian painter Edvard Munch watched it and painted later using it as inspiration.