Exuberant festivals, ancient civilizations, and local customs – our insider Fiona shares her insights on Peruvian culture.
No longer a "lost city," Machu Picchu is famous for a reason – but these ancient marvels are equally worthwhile, and get a fraction of the crowds.
With permits limited on the iconic, well-trodden Inca Trail, these alternative routes to the treasures of the Andes are ever more appealing.
Spending weeks with the shamans of Peru’s Shipibo tribe, photographer Vincent Roazzi, Jr. finds that reality is not as finite as it seems.
In 2015 Photography scholarship winner Ingo Bjargmundsson and a World Nomads film crew went to Peru. This is some of what happened.
Deforestation is speeding up in the Amazon. But Peruvian communities are finding new ways to protect the wilderness.
For thousands of years, the Incas have been carrying 50kg bags of salt up and down the Maras salt mines. Can Nomad Andre Bolourchi handle the heat?
When Jeff McAllister first started shooting portraits, his hope was to draw the emphasis away from his own story and place it onto someone else’s.
Alicia Crosariol shares her tips for first-timers visiting Peru, from hidden gems and short trips to packing advice and travel safety tips.
If you’re planning a trip to Cusco, you might want to know how safe it is, how bad the altitude will affect you, and if there are any other attractions than Machu Picchu?
Getting around Peru is fairly safe and easy. From boats to buses and trains, here are the best ways to travel around Peru.