Machu Picchu in Lonely Planet
According to the eighth edition of the Lonely Planet guidebook Peru, Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca floating islands, The Cordillera Blanca, the colonial Arequipa and Manu National Park offer the five best experiences for travelers.
The publication cited by the Embassy of Peru in the United States in its top stories daily report, considered to Machu Picchu as a "fantastic Inca citadel lost to the world until its rediscovery in the 20th century.".
In the same way the floating Uros islands in Lake Titicaca, Puno, made from reeds. The canes require almost constant renewal and also used to build thatched houses, boats and even elegant arches and playground.
Regarding the Cordillera Blanca, indicated that its "spectacular peaks" are imposed on Huaraz, capital of Ancash region and its surroundings, with its glacial lakes, plants like Puya Raimondi and National Park Huascaran.
From Arequipa indicates that is the second largest metropolis in Peru, crowned by a dazzling baroque-mestizo architecture, carved out of the local white stone ashlar.
As to the Manu National Park, refers born in the Andean mountains and extends into the bowels of the jungle, offering the best Amazon adventure. Also, it is clear that this park has long been the best protected area in Peru, full of opportunities to see legendary creatures like the anaconda, tapir, macaws and jaguars.
Sourse: Infotur Perú
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