Some questions hover around like hummingbirds, quietly floating in the background or flapping frenziedly to the fore. “Is Machu Picchu closing?” is one such question.
The most prominant feature of the landscape of Arequipa is undoubtedly the surrounding volcanoes (Misti, Mount Chachani and Pichu Pichu Peak). The most well-known Arequipa volcano is Misti, which sits at 5,825m above sea level, in between Mount Chachani (6,075m) and Pichu Pichu Peak (5,669m). ‘El Misti’ comes from the Quechua language, meaning ‘The Gentleman.’ All three mountains lie northeast of Arequipa and are usually visible throughout the entire year but are particularly visible in the winter months (May-November).
For many exploring the wonders of South America, the journey from Cusco to Uyuni is a rite of passage for those coming to the end of their adventure in Peru, and beginning a new one in the country of Bolivia. Travelers have several options to choose from when deciding what method of transport to take across the border.
Last updated: 31st July, 2018 Many visitors to Peru find themselves wondering: what is the best way to see the Nazca lines? This is your one-stop guide to help you decide the best way to see the Nazca lines. The Nazca lines, a collection of mysterious figures etched into the desert rock of southern Peru,…