If you had only three days to explore Santiago, a fifth-year medical student may not seem the obvious choice for a guide, but after reading this TripAdvisor article, you may rethink that. Native Chilean Rafagome lays out a three-day agenda in the Chilean capital city that will leave you feeling like a native Santiaguino.
Many international foodies today consider Peru to be the Gastronomic Capital of The Americas. They have a point. Between the Incan culinary traditions, the innovative chefs of Lima and an abundance of fresh ingredients, Peru does reward visitors who bring a healthy appetite. Want to taste for yourself? Well, here’s your chance.
Peru is a country rich in celebration and tradition. With beautiful natural landscapes and terrain that encompasses vast deserts, oceans and mountains, there’s reason enough to toast and dance to this diverse country’s heritage. But narrowing down your ideal Peru festival may be difficult, as there are an estimated 3000 fiestas in Peru each year. Many include religious Roman Catholic affiliation, while others are based on indigenous traditions, where drinking and dancing are plenty. No matter your festival of choice, don’t miss out on our top festival picks during your next trip to Peru!