10 Peculiar things to do in Peru
Peru is the land to do the most of the unusual things. Peru will want to make you do only around a million things. You can be an archaeologist as you dig the treasures out of Machu Pichu. There is a bounty of corn and an infinite variety of potatoes you can try on. Chicama and Pacasmayo are dreamy delights for surfers and an ultimate haven for international surfers. Diffuse your brain with the alcoholic concoction called the Pisco sour. Do your share your bird watching and hiking and take a sand dune tour through Nazca. You can take a bike tour or an adventure trekking or river rafting in the waters and depths of Cotahuasi Canyon.
This is a privately owned museum of pre-Columbian period is constructed over a pyramid and it is the ultimate settlement for erotic pottery. Larco is the ultimate hub of art and artefacts display of the ancient Peruvian history. This museum is the epitome of Erotica and is a delight for erotica lovers. It consists an infinite collection of Inca artefacts. The entire experience becomes a success once you get that perfect guide who can make you learn everything around the history of the museum.
It has well maintained gardens. The private museum has a collection of Pre Columbian artefacts from ceramics to textiles to gold and silver and antique jewellery. The erotica might be a tad bit too much for the prudes but they are also hilarious in their appearance. The chronological galleries have well laid out explanation for each of the artefacts lined up behind glasses. You can carry back some exotic souvenirs. In spite of being a museum it lacks the touristy vibes and can be an ultimate fun. A comprehensive visit will make you conversant with the replicas of sex themed containers and phallic shaped structures.
Pazpa and Nazca line and Geoglyphs tour
There are myriads of ancient motifs in the stretches of this UNESCO World Heritage site. The figurines vary in complexities as they depict plant anatomy, animal imageries and an imaginative tendency of viewership of humans as animals in their instincts and needs. Religious significance is credited to the designs by the erudite in spite of assumed norms and speculations. You shall have to hop into an aircraft and take a flight through the foothills as you can have an access to the best visibility in the heart of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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El Chaco is a popular beach resort destination attracts globetrotters to Ballestas islands and Paracas National Marine Reserve and the culture of Andean society mainly referred as Paracas culture. The Candelabra geoglyph describes Paracas culture in the best taste. There is an array of myths encompassing the illustrations and which are only absorbing and so it is very important to visit this one only with a certified guide. Do a dune buggy, sand boarding and surfing without a miss.
Floating islands around Lake Titicaca
The chimerical and apocryphal floating islands in Lake Titicaca, Peru and Bolivia is the residence for the pre-Incan people called Uros called Lupihaques which means sons of the Sun. Dried totora reeds have been used to make the islands all by themselves. The modern Uro life does not reject technology. Amidst the mighty Andes and Bay of Puno and straddling Peru and Bolivia this handful of islands is solely made of reeds dotted within Lake Titicaca.
Rainbow Mountains Cusco
Also known as the Vinicunca Mountain, this one is a high altitude adventure amidst the Andes and the eclectic colors of the Ausangate trek of the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu as you get acclimatised to the
altitude, rough weather and blizzards as you can likely get affected by Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).These are sandstone mountains considered to be holy mountain by the local Peruvians protecting the spirit of the spirit of the mountain. The view up there is breath taking and outlandish.
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June 16, 2017