Peru is a country that keeps many secrets inside as are the ancient civilizations, their customs and their languages, same that still prevail, despite the many years that have passed, being one of the richest cultures and pioneers in the American continent.
The culture of Peru has more than 10,000 years of history that attracts millions of tourists every year, and Pisac is one of the busiest areas in connection with the ruins of Machu Picchu, where in conjunction with the communities a family business provides a unique experience in the sector.
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The National Geographic Organization, Nat Geo, through the National Geographic Traveler has given importance to the quality of service and the experience that provides Peru Cultural Journeys in conjunction with their other products, recognizing this effort promotion in its prestigious magazine The Luxury Collections 2017.
Welcome to Cusco!
Cusco means “the navel of the world” in our ancestral language Quechua, or Runasimi. It was the cultural and religious capital of the Inca Universe. Today it is known as the ‘Historic Capital of Peru’ and is the oldest continuously inhabited city in South America. It lies in a dry lakebed at 3, 400 m (11, 200 ft.) above sea level and is located in the southeast highlands, 1100 km from Lima. It has an average temperature of 14°c, is the most popular tourist destination in Peru and is one of the 10 top world destinations. The population is around 350 thousand, a number that has tripled in the past 20 years.