Seviche, ceviche or ceviche, is perhaps one of the most recognized typical dishes that Peru has; and although its origins are still unknown and disputed by others, it is a culinary delight that has been prepared for many years, making it a representative of Peruvian food.
From before the Inca’s time the famous wind instruments (aerophones) are known for their important role in the events that marked a culture deeply rooted in their customs, from the ancient civilizations to the current era, this being a relevant milestone when dealing with of how Peruvian society is shaped. Continue reading “The folklore and traditional culture of Peru reflected in Andean music”
Very few are those who know these spectacular figures drawn in the middle of the desert, in the openness; and although some can only be observed clearly from the air, since they can cover up to 300 m; they represent a cultural and historical icon, typical of Peru, and even more for its enigmatic forms. Continue reading “The mystery of the geoglyphs of Peru located in the Nasca desert”
Considered the longest and largest river in the world, the Amazon not only houses a large amount of liquid source that flows into the Atlantic sea, with a contribution of up to 170 thousand meters per second; but, it is a habitat and sustenance for an infinity of species that coexist around it, of which human beings are also included. Continue reading “The Amazon River in Peru and how it became part of one of the 7 wonders of the world”
A complex and historical place that runs more than 39 km in its extension; a road that houses a lot of enigmas that passed through the hands of its builders, the Incas; and it has been a long time since this route was a settlement to guide the enchanted city, and its legacy in time still prevails Continue reading “Inca Trail: the road to Machu Picchu, a guide to millennia of history”
Since ancient times, civilizations and communities have established a unique link between the way of communicating with each of the aspects that compose the “fertile land”, and that her fertility depends on their beliefs, of the offerings that demonstrate the veneration to her.
Since 1919, the date on which the first school based on this methodology was founded and today has more than 1000 schools in the world, owe their beginnings to Rudolf Steiner: philosopher, educator, literary scholar, artist, theatrical author and esoteric and occultist social thinker; has managed to be a pillar for study for the Kusi Kawsay school in the city of Pisac, Peru.
From the 15th century these mighty buildings that rise well above the mountains, home to an ancient civilization that led the architecture to another level, with large rock structures carved to perfection and ways that keep a secret that remains dormant within its walls.
Kawsaypaq, a family-owned company formed by a team of professionals who, from the beginning have been carrying out activities that lead to a respect for cultural, environmental and social responsibility, this 28 November has reached a rewarding merit in sustainable tourism, thanks to the hard work of its owners and, in particular, of all those who are part of the company.
A transcendental travel that begins several centuries ago, being a key point for the mega diversity of species of plants and animals that give rise to a variety of cuisine which served today a number of dishes that are difficult to find in other place of the planet.