Señor de los Temblores: A Dance Between Faith and Tradition

Señor de los Temblores

Cusco dresses up for a celebration like no other: the festival of the Lord of Tremors. Thousands of devotees gather to pay homage to the Cristo Moreno (Dark Christ), an image that fuses Andean and Christian religiosity in a unique dance of faith and tradition. A Canvas with a History The story of the Lord […]

An Unforgettable Cultural Exchange

On March 13, 2024, a group of students from Hyde Park Schools Texas, Austin, United States, visited the educational institution IE Jesús Alberto Rodríguez Figueroa, located in Ccotohuincho, Urubamba, Peru. This intercultural encounter, framed within a sustainable tourism approach, allowed students from both schools to share experiences, strengthen bonds of friendship, and learn about the […]

Budget Cusco

We star with the sites included in the City Tour, such as The Cathedral and the Koricancha. You can buy the entrance tickets directly at each site, the cost is S/.25.00 and S/.10.00 respectively, then visit each place by yourselves and marvel at what they have to offer. To see the Historic Centre of the […]

Why You Should Visit Peru

Each place on Earth is fascinating and unique, but Peru is one of those countries that succeeds in rising above the average. This place has so many natural and cultural treasures that have fascinated people for hundreds of years, and continue to do so today. There are thousands of reasons to visit this great destination, […]

History of Quinoa (Quinua)

There is little archaeological, linguistic or ethnographic evidence of the history of quinoa since we know of few religious rites associated with the use of this grain. Archaeological evidence in the Ayacucho region of Peru indicates that the domestication of quinoa began 5000 years before Christ. There are also archaeological finds consisting of quinoa seeds […]