Archive for the ‘Peru’ Category
New York – January, 2013: The 13 suites at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel have become members of the prestigious Relais & ChÃ¢teaux organization, it was recently announced. Renamed Inkaterra Machu Picchu Suites, the suites now comprise the first and only Relais & ChÃ¢teaux property at Machu Picchu, and the second Inkaterra property to be [...]
LIMA, Peru – The Educational Institute of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) has predicted that Peru will receive ten million tourists by 2020, potentially making the Peruvian hospitality market one of the top tourist destinations in South America.
LONDON, England – Peru is set to become one of the most popular destinations of 2012 as tourists from around the world flock to sample the delights of this exotic country and its excellent tourist amenities.Â The South American country has been devoted to making improvements to its tourism infrastructure recently, with total investment expected to [...]
LIMA, Peru – Tourists all around the world will be able to return all-expenses paid to the Incan citadel by participating in the photography contest named “I was in Machu Picchu” until July 31, 2011.
New York – January 18, 2011: Starting Feb. 21, 2011, Jack Hanna’s “Into the Wild” will begin airing a series of episodes filmed in Peru showcasing the country’s rich Amazonian wildlife offerings. Filmed on the grounds of Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica lodge and on board Aqua Expedition’s M/V Aqua vessel, the series of episodes will air [...]
See Peru from the Heart – New Travel Program Combines Peruvian Shamanism and Writing Techniques that Stimulate the Brain as a Way to Find Fulfillment and Higher Purpose in Life
(Palm Desert, CA. January 17, 2011) It is no accident that the remoteness of the Himalayas allowed the ancient Tibetans to evolve some of the worldâ€™s most potent yoga and meditation practices, while biblical prophets from the Middle East sojourned in the desert, far away from human settlements, to experience their clearest visions. World over, [...]
Iquitos, Peru – June, 2010: Aqua Expeditions, Peru’s first five-star luxury cruise company, now offers guests three new on-board lectures: “Local Communities and Natural Resources in the Peruvian Amazon,” “Amazonian Fauna and Flora” and “Amazonian Fish.” The lectures have been created by Aqua’s resident biologist for guests looking to gain deeper knowledge about the region [...]
MACHU PICCHU, Peru â€” Tourists returned to the Machu Picchu temples in Peru which was closed for two months after deadly storms destroyed the main access to the site. Torrential rains in late January forced the evacuation of more than 4,000 people by air from the 15th century city in the Andes and claimed seven [...]
By Charlie Mills | March, 2010 Finally, the Inca ruins site at Machu Picchu will reopen to international visitors as of April 1st. This reopening comes following a closure of two months caused by flooding. This is good news for this area, which makes a lot of money off the tourists that come from all [...]
New York – January, 2010: Cusco’s first luxury boutique hotel, Inkaterra La Casona, has been officially named a member of the exclusive Relais & ChÃ‚teaux collection, it was announced this week. Since opening its doors in 2008, the restored 11-suite hotel — formerly a Spanish colonial manor house built over an Inca complex — has [...]