Tourism in Peru
Tourism in Peru makes up the nation's third largest industry, behind fishing and mining. Tourism is directed towards archeological monuments, ecotourism in the Peruvian Amazon, cultural tourism in col...
Tourism in Peru - Wikipedia
The salt pans in Maras, Peru
Nature's beauty and human ingenuity converge at the salt pans in Maras, Peru. Originally built by the Incans, these pools have endured for over 500 years.
Arequipa - Slide show 2
CHABUCA decía: esta canción esta hecha de una muy linda frase que dijo una vez un cacique: si quedaos ( arek-kepay en quechua ),a unos caminantes que pasab...
Arequipa - Slide show
AREQUIPA, segunda ciudad por su importancia en el Perú. Situada al sur-oeste del Perú, es la región de la costa con mayor extención. Como ciudad Arequipa tie...
Arequipa - Video
AREQUIPA LA SEGUNDA CIUDAD EN IMPORTANCIA EN EL PERÚ, HABLANDO ECONOMICAMENTE, SOCIALMENTE, INDUSTRIALMENTE, SOCIALMENTE Y TURISTICAMENTE. Arequipa, al pie d...
Arequipa - Marinera dances
bailando marinera norteña en el corso de la amistad en arequipa.
Archaeological sites in Peru
Archaeological sites in Peru are numerous and diverse, representing different aspects including temples and fortresses of the various cultures of ancient Peru, such as the Moche and Nazca. The sites v...
Archaeological sites in Peru - Wikipedia
Qollqa
A qullqa ([ˈqʊʎˌqa] "deposit, storehouse"; other spelling variants: colca, collca, qolca, qollca) is a storage structure found along the roads of the Inca Empire's road system. Qullqas are distinct fr...
Líneas Aéreas Nacionales
Líneas Aéreas Nacionales, or National Airlines (abbreviated LAN or LANSA), may refer to:
Pikimachay
Piki Mach'ay (Quechua piki flea, mach'ay cave, "flea cave", also spelled Pikimachay, Piquimachay, where machay means "drunkenness", "to get drunk" or "a spindle packed with thread") is an archaeologic...
Raqchi
Raqch'i (Quechua) is an Inca archaeological site in Peru located in the Cusco Region, Canchis Province, San Pedro District, near the populated place Raqch'i. It is 3480 meters above sea level and 110 ...
Raqchi - Wikipedia
Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport
Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport (IATA: ATA, ICAO: SPHZ) is a small regional airport serving Huaraz, Peru. The airport is located 66 km northwest of the city, in the village of A...
Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport - Wikipedia
Aeropuertos del Perú
Airports of Peru (Spanish: Aeropuertos del Perú) is a private company that operates twelve regional airports in Peru - eleven in northern Peru - Tumbes, Talara, Piura, Chiclayo, Trujillo, Anta-Hua...
Aeropuertos del Perú - Wikipedia
Andrea Air
Andrea Air was a short-lived domestic airline in Peru. For a period in 1991, it flew between Lima, Arequipa and Cuzco with a fleet of two leased Fokker 28 aircraft.
Andrea Air operated a fleet of ...
Cap. FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport
Capitán FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico International Airport (IATA: PIU, ICAO: SPUR) is an airport serving Piura, Peru. It is run by ADP a private operator that manages various airports in northem ...