THE GAMES have ended but Peru’s tourism expectations for soccer tournament Copa America have not been met, Gestion newspaper reported. Gerstion newspaper said Peru’s tourism organization, National Chamber of Tourism estimated, had predicted approximately 20,000 foreign tourists attendees to the games.

The 4th Latin American Travel Trade Mart will be held on the 23rd and 24th of September 2004 at Los Delfines Hotel, organized by Travel Update and sponsored by the Foreign Affairs Ministry. The main objective of the Latin American Travel Trade Mart is to gather in the same place the most important iberoamerican, Read More

Orient-Express Peru, operators of two of Perus finest luxury hotels and eco resort, as well as recently launched Hiram Bingham luxury train (a partnership between Orient-Express and PeruRail that travels between Cusco and Machu Picchu), has unveiled two alluring honeymoon packages designed for the growing number of celebrants seeking exotic yet pampering escapes. Attractively, Read More

Around one thousand three hundred tourists from different nationalities were blocked by the landslides that fell onto the district of Macchu Picchu, they were evacuated  by train today from the town Aguas Calientes to the city of Cuzco.. minister of Agriculture, Jose Leon Rivera, confirmed that no tourist was injured and that by tomorrow, Read More

A mud slide during the early hours of yesterday morning destroyed several houses in Machu Picchu village (also known as Aguas Calientes) and blocked the railroad station. The train is the only land connection between one of the world’s most legendary sites and the outside world. Earlier, river monitoring personnel at Inkaterra’s Machu Picchu, Read More

Experience the dynamic culture, history and landscape of the Andes on a journey from Cusco to Machu Picchu during the ancient Incan festival of the Inti Raymi. Cusco’s breathtaking Inti Raymi or “sun festival,” honors the sun and celebrates the winter solstice drawing natives from the 4 Incan regions to participate in the largest, Read More

Experience the dynamic culture, history and landscape of the Andes on a journey from Cusco to Machu Picchu during the ancient Incan festival of the Inti Raymi. Cusco’s breathtaking Inti Raymi or “sun festival,” honors the sun and celebrates the winter solstice drawing natives from the 4 Incan regions to participate in the largest, Read More

Peru’s renowned eco-tourism group, Inkaterra, has appointed Geoffrey Weill Associates as its public relations and marketing counsel in the United States. WEILL’s work for Inkaterra will begin on March 1, 2004. Inkaterra is sponsor of the non-profit Inkaterra Association and owns and operates two of Peru’s most fabled accommodations: the Pueblo Hotel at the, Read More

Ancash: 40 archaeological sites discovered in Chacas: An Italian research team discovered archaeoloical remains at an altitude of over 4,000 meters, in the Chacas Valley, in Ancash. The remains of the buildings date back to the 8th century B.C. and reveal that were part of a very important culture that was a link between, Read More