NEW POST: We visited the most famous fair of Barranco, and this is how it looks like.

“La Feria de Barranco” is for sure the most famous fair of Lima, located in Barranco district combines a good selection of locally made goods, such as clothes, food and crafts, supporting at the same time the local entrepreneurs. Before quarantine started this was a regular sport for me and my tour groups, unfortunately things…

Exploring Lima After The Lockdown

Hello dear friends to our website, today we are sharing with you a video blog about the current situation of Lima after the end of the quarantine. We are focusing today on one of the most famous and beautiful districts of Lima city: BARRANCO, the bohemian center of the capital of Perú is reaping little…

NOWE TRENDY W TURYSTYCE PO COVID – 19

Pandemia, która nawiedziła planetę w 2020 r., całkowicie nas zmieniła, do tego stopnia że boimy się i podejrzewamy praktycznie wszystkiego i o wszystkich. Czujemy lęk przed bliskością innej osoby i nieufność do przytulania naszych bliskich, wielu z nas jest w stałym stanie czujności.

The importance of coca leaf in Perú

“From the Live series “Conversations with a Tour Guide” every Wednesday and Saturday on Facebook @adventuroustravelguide” For anyone that has visited Peru is not a surprise that Hoja de Coca plays a very important role in the lives of people here, especially highlanders. I believe it is important to clarify its use and value, as…

Made in Peru: Maras Pink Salt

     Have you heard about Maras Pink salt? This is one of the top Peruvian products for exportation, this rich-in-minerals salt is extracted from Cusco, Urubamba-Maras since pre-Inca times, for locals consumption and has multiple health benefits. Rich in calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc, still is naturally extracted by hand.  You can support our…

Barranco, the bohemian district of Lima

My beloved Barranco, many posts had been dedicated to this place in this travel site, one of the reasons is my frustrated dream of living there (Im also very much attached to my childhood district San Miguel, where everybody I know since a little girl live) and also because of the good vibe in here….

The Mototaxis , Peruvian Tuk tuks

This marvelous (and sometimes dangerous) way of transportation was first seen in Lima and the rest of Peru in the early 90’s, and since then has become part of our culture and our daily routine, especially at the low-income areas and close to the big markets of our main cities. If you are wondering this…