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Abancay, Peru – unforgettable legacy of Chankas

Abancay , “the Valley of the White Lilies” in the Quechua language, needs no further arguments to entice the traveler. Founded in 1574, this colorful city, capital of the department of Apurimac, is famous for its superb local cuisine, offering mouth-water dishes such as cuy relleno (stuffed guinea pig), kapchi (a hearty soup of beans, milk and eggs) and huatia (meat cooked over hot stones). A good time to visit is during Carnival, held here in April. The city of Abancay in Apurimac...Read More »

Lobitos, Peru – Paradise for surfers

Lobitos is a village in one of six districts of the province Talara in Peru. A yearly average temperature is 25 °C (77 °F). You can get there through the Cap.FAP Victor Montes Arias Airport in Talara and then you can take a car heading north. It will take about half and hour to get there. What to do Lobitos has world class wave quality and nice surf spots, that’s why surfers like this place. If you are not into surfing, then you can go swim, fishing, explore the place around. Or go to...Read More »

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