In his video, Rhythms of Peru, filmmaker Nathaniel Connella showcases the hidden gems of Peru and allows travelers to see the country from a new and fresh perspective.
A traveler to Peru spends 15 days heading in one direction − up. Her guide urges her to consume coca to help with breathing at high altitude. This is one trip to Peru she would always remember.
In a one-room dwelling of a shepard’s compound, a mountaintop shaman offers a New Year's blessing and an unforgettable experience.
When you step off the boat, you won’t lose your sea legs. The “land” here is made of reeds, and island-building is a constant project.
In the past, you could stroll into Cusco and leave immediately on a self-guided Inca trip. How times have changed!
Psyche yourself up for the adventure of a lifetime as one traveler tells of his summit to the famed Inca ruins.
A stay at this comfortable hotel helps support the care and feeding of more than 500 street children a day.
Playing host to an unwelcomed guest results in a painfully unforgettable vacation.