The term "bucket list"has become so overused that it has lost its meaning. But in geographically and culturally diverse South America, it's nearly impossible to talk travel without assembling a list of must-see attractions and must-do activities.
Machu Picchu significa, em quíchua, velha montanha. A famosa cidade perdida dos Incas fica a 2.400 metros de altitude, no vale do rio Urubamba, Peru. Aos pés desta antiga e grande cadeia montanhosa, fica o hotel Sumaq Machu Picchu
From salt mines in the Sacred Valley dating to pre-Inca days to the colonial-inspired town of Urubamba and majestic Machu Picchu, there’s much more to Peru than ancient wonders and mundane tourist spots.
Pisco Sour and ceviche have played such an important role in Peru’s culinary history that both the cocktail and raw fish dish have national holidays dedicated to them. There are variations to each depending on what area of the country you visit, but one thing is for certain, no visit to Peru is complete without sampling these flagship delicacies.
For fearless foodies Peru's diversity of native foods in legendary (hello, more than 4,000 varieties of potato!), and adventurous chefs in Lima are turning tradition on its head, utilizing meats like alpaca and piranha an native fruits like lucuma.
Also in the luxury vein is Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel, which offers private tours of Machu Picchu accompanied by an interpreter and a shaman, who also leads a “payment to the earth” ritual inspired by Inca spiritual ceremonies.
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