The beauty of the orchids attracts thousands of people keen to see these flowers in their natural setting. Their color, shape, size and scent are determined during pollination and curiously, many species of orchid resemble the shape of the insect that pollinates them.
A large mirror of water surrounded by grassland, farm lands and tourism lodges, the Laguna Azul owes its name to the blue color taken by its waters, particularly between September and March. The lagoon is also known as Mamacocha, the largest pond in the area, measuring 5 kilometers (3 miles) in length and almost 2 (1.2 miles) in width.
Lima Historic Center
The historic center of Lima declared a World Heritage Site, one of the areas that joins the list of what to do in Lima. Neighborhood located between two districts of Lima, they are Rimac and Cercado, however it has a dignified tourist importance to mention it in a particular way. Important events occurred in the current center of Lima
Piura has streets lit up by the constant northern sun. Its spas and beaches Destinations are popular with surfers: Máncora, Colán, Los Órganos, Vichayito and Cabo Blanco (famous for having hosted the writer, Ernest Hemingway) and Lobitos. In the region of Piura you can find colonial temples and artisan towns, like Chulucanas and Catacaos.
Watching Cetaceans and Other Marine Mammals - Ocean Life
The Peruvian sea is inhabited by approximately 33 species of marine mammals (cetaceans) who live in different areas along the coast, providing significant resources to the national economy. The rivers in the Amazon region are also inhabited by species such as otters and pink dolphins, whose unique beauty and colors are mesmerizing.
Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, with a surface area of 3305 square miles. There are multiple options for visiting the lake, since the Peruvian side of the lake touches the provinces of Puno, San Román, Azángaro, Huancané, Moho, El Collao, Chucuito and Yunguyo, all located in the Puno region.