Playa Herradura is located about 20 minutes from Miraflores, Peru. You can take a taxi from Miraflores, Peru to Playa Herradura for about 15 to 20 Nuevo Sols. You can surf the main beach area of Playa Herradura or head over to the cliffs for a more adventurous day of surfing. Probably best to let … Continue reading Surfing Playa Herradura, Peru.
Life can be good on the top and if you are ever fortunate to indulge yourself with a 7 night cruise in complete luxury, then pack your bags. Check out Aqua Expeditions website and dream of traveling on the Peruvian Amazon river in a 5 star hotel on water. Imagine waking up in a private … Continue reading Cruise the Peruvian Amazon river in luxury.
Photos were taken near Canete, Peru.
The warm and peaceful town of Cañete is located just one and a half hour to the south of Lima (144 km) and serves, for tourists, primarily as a gateway to Lunahuaná District.
Animals depend on their ability to blend into the surrounding jungle environment in Iquitos, Peru. Blending into the surrounding foliage allows animals the ability to hunt and hide themselves from predators.
Now the jungle has all kinda interesting things to make you freak out in the night and even the daytime! Imagine you are sitting on the toilet thinking about mosquitoes and you happen to look up and see a very large boa constrictor just hanging around over your head. Remain cool and finish your business.
My friend from Scotland gave me some pictures from Iquitos, Peru and here is one of a sloth. Touring the jungle the guide climbed a tree and threw the sloth from the tree onto the cushy wet jungle marshy surface. My friend and and some other tourists stood in shock of this behavior, but supposedly this is how the jungle folks do business. No worry the sloth was perfectly unharmed and given a wash and dried off.
The vineyard is not your typical layout, but more of an orchard with the grape vines scattered about in an orderly fashion. Aquijes, Peru is the wine and pisco (brandy) circuit near Ica.