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Discovering ancient wonders and mysteries in Peru is a never ending story. The country is full of hidden treasures. Anyway the biggest experience you can get in Peru is meeting the friendly and hospitable inhabitants.

Cuzco in Peru – more than only ruins!

Cuzco - Cusco, Navel of the World, was the Capital of Andean Culture. Cuzco is famous for its amazing ancient architectural wonders. They are connected with unsolved mysteries. Some interesting sites around Cuzco - Cusco are: Machu Picchu, Sacsayhuaman, Ollantaytambo, Chincheros, Kenko, Pisac, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Places, Sacred Valley, Paucartambo, Tambomachay, Yucay, Andahuaylillas, Pikillacta, Puca Pucara, Suchuna or Rodadero, Sabacurinca, Raqchi, Tipon, Circuits, and the Inca Trail. But by spending more time exploring the city and surroundings, I noticed there where more to experience.
2006-02-16 Read more

Manu, Amazon, Peru - Following the Incas` footsteps into the dense jungle!

On our way deep in the jungle of Amazon, on the Peruvian side, we chased away some crocodiles - caimans from the river shore, and jumped out into the water for a refreshing bath. We were told that caimans never attack people as far we stayed close together. Anyway it was a risk to take.
2006-04-02 Read more

Machu Picchu, Peru, Amazon - The connection between Machu Picchu and the Amazon jungle!

Nearly 100 years after the American archaeologist, Hiram Bingham, set his foot here, I took my time to look around in the "last refuge of the Incas". Machu Picchu in Peru got this name because the Spanish conquers never find the village high up in the mountains. Early in the morning the clouds lifted and the big wonder of a stone city became visible. By looking deeper in to the details in the Inca ruins, there is obvious that many things here are well connected with the jungle.
2008-03-09 Read more

In search for the mythical El Dorado - Aguirre, the Wrath of God!

El Dorado - an utopian dream or based on reality? The astonishing movie Aguirre, the Wrath of God from 1977, is based on historical circumstances. A few decades after the destruction of the Inca empire, a Spanish expedition leaves the mountains of Peru and descends to the Amazon river in search of gold, wealth and power. It doesn't take long time before they encounter big difficulties.
2006-03-23 Read more

Choquequirao, Peru – the Real Lost City of the Inca! Part 2 of 2

This article continue from Part 1. Read more about exploration of the amazing ancient Inca city Choquequirao in Peru. It has taken over from over-crowded Machu Picchu as the true Lost City of the Inca.
2006-08-26 Read more

Choquequirao, Peru – the Real Lost City of the Inca! Part 1 of 2!

Hundreds of thousands come back from Peru unaware that just about 100 km or so from Machu Picchu lies another magnificent complex. Choquequirao has taken over from over-crowded Machu Picchu as the true Lost City of the Inca.
2006-08-26 Read more

Nazca in Peru - People from past emerge as ghosts at Chauchilla Cemetery!

Scattered over a vast area several hundreds of graves can be found, most of which have been opened by ancient times' grave robbers, leaving the approximately 2000 year old bones and corpses fully exposed. Some of the bodies from an lost ancient people in Peru are well preserved, and they looked like ghosts trying to return to our world.
2004-04-21 Read more

Peru, Amazon - Found unknown tribe in Amazon!

A Norwegian explorer, Anders Krogh, broke his way through the dense jungle. It took him one year, six expeditions, lots of money and incredible efforts, to confirm that the rumour about the disreputable Pelo Largos tribe was true. It nearly costed his life……
2004-02-22 Read more


Caral, Peru - Discovery of a big ancient city!

On 27 April 2001 the Journal Science reported that the development of urban life and complex agriculture in the New World, started nearly a millennium earlier than previously believed. Based on the discovery at Caral in Peru, Is this city the oldest in the world?
2003-12-18 Read more

Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

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