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Hacienda Concepción is a new jungle lodge recently opened in Madre de Dios Amazon región. This property owned and runned “By Inkaterra” will be a good value for money.  Located on the riverbank of Madre de Dios river, across the river from Reserva Amazónica, it is meant to be a standard category version of Reserva Amazónica.  Nicely built and decorated, comfortable rooms and en suite bathrooms.  Activities included in the price of the stay are the same provided to clients staying at Reserva Amazónica, namely, the Canopy Walk, Lake Sandoval cruise and others mentioned in the below list of activities. Reservations are already opened.  Ask us for rates and options. A detailed fact sheet will follow as soon as it is delivered by “By Inkaterra”.

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Now group services to Kuelap and the Gocta Falls

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Located in the heart of the city's financial and shopping district, San Isidro, the Westin Libertador Lima will be the largest convention center and hotel in the country.

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Julio Massa and Francisca Pena, owners and directors of Panorama Peru spent the last week of August in Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu.

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Caral is the newest addition to Peru’s collection of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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The "big event" will be on July 7th, the date that Machu Picchu was named as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

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Marian Bingham, the 71-year old granddaughter of the famous senator from Connecticut who put Machu Picchu on the map was just recently in Peru for the first time and spoke with a journalist from El Comercio.

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I always say that Lima is one of South America's best kept secrets because agents often don't realize what a fabulous city it has become for visitors to Peru.

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One of Peru's new attractions is gaining popularity as visitors to the country explore a widening array of culinary expeditions.

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Located in the gorgeous Sacred Valley, Tambo del Inka luxury resort and spa is the perfect place to acclimatise and relax before a journey to Machu Picchu.

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