Lima is culture and coastal feasts; Cuzco's heart beats for its 15th-century ways; and Arequipa holds frozen Inca children in its volcanoes.
A luxury cruise goes deep into hidden, Avatar-like jungles.
A trip to three traditional distilleries in Ica valley reveals the fascinating story of Peru's national drink.
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Over 500 years ago, the Urus left land and made their homes on the water.
The Inca wore alpaca wool, but the Inca emperor, considered a god, wore vicuña.
Up the crumbling ruins of Macchu Picchu's neighbour, Wayna Picchu.