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Sustainable cocao farming
The Peruvian rainforest, a vital part of the Amazon region, is under threat due to steady depletion. Home to diverse indigenous communities and a rich array of flora and fauna, these forests are succumbing to the pressures of modern living and consumerist demands.
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Peruvian Movies on Netflix
Before you visit Peru, it makes sense to watch a few films and documentaries related to Peru so that you become familiar with the sights and sounds. Here are 5 Peruvian movies on Netflix you need to see. Peru is a large and beautiful country with a rich culture and history. It is difficult to understand...
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Chavin de Huantar Ruins
Peru is a litany of historical civilizations that disappeared one way or another. If you have heard about the Wari, the Paracas and the Moche, you probably haven’t heard about the Chavin culture. The civilization is named after Chavín de Huantar, an archaeological site that has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Table of ContentsAn...
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best beaches in peru
Not many travelers are aware about the beautiful beaches in Peru. These beaches are mostly frequented during the summer season, which lasts from December to March. For the rest of the year, they often don a deserted look due to the colder weather. This raises the question: Does Peru Have Nice Beaches? Absolutely! Peru boasts a...
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When in Peru Surfing Chicama should be on your bucket list. Are you a surfer who is looking for some of the longest and most exhilarating waves in the world? Well, Peru might just be the place for you. Located about 300 miles north of Lima, Chicama offers one of the longest waves in the world...
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