5 tourist places in Peru that you should know for the Andean Tourism Day

5 tourist places in Peru that you should know for the Andean Tourism Day

This celebration allows us to discover new destinations for tourism in Peru. Find out what they are and what activities you can do.

The start of the COVID-19 pandemic caused a strong impact on one of the most attractive sectors in our country, tourism . With the new flexibilities in the restrictions that the Peruvian authorities have presented, travelers have been able to resume their plans to get to know Peru through its majestic destinations that attract thousands of tourists every year.

There is a great offer in the national territory that is divided according to the activities that the adventurers want to carry out. From culture to exploration, or just relaxing from the noise of the city, there will always be a destination waiting for you. For those who are planning a new trip, we present all the information you need to know about the Andean Tourism Day , which is celebrated every May 24. Learn more about this holiday!


The official calendar of Peru included the celebration of the Andean Tourism Day since the year 2000, an occasion that is part of a joint strategy of the countries of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, to promote their tourist attractions. CAN members carry out a series of activities to promote tourism , in addition to offering the best experiences to travelers. For Peruvians, it is a great opportunity to learn more about the national territory that marks our identity.


We recommend these tourist places so that you can discover the culture and tradition that Peru has, one of the favorite countries of travelers.


make the most of what this destination can offer you, offering adventure, ecological and experiential tourism to its visitors. The snow-capped mountains will amaze you and the route towards them will allow you to appreciate and admire them. Discover its wealth of flora, fauna and natural heritage, such as the Huascarán National Park, which is home to 712 glaciers and 434 lakes of glacial origin. Organize your trip and get to know Laguna 69 , Llanganuco, Churup, in addition to its cultural wealth.


the city of the Inca empire is one of the spaces where you can relive the history of our nation, as well as the mysticism that its streets hide. You will be amazed by the architecture that dresses the Plaza de Armas, Ollantaytambo and Pisac. Tour the imposing Machu Picchu , one of the Wonders of the Modern World located in Aguas Calientes. Heaven and earth come together in Moray, one of the spaces to recharge energy and free yourself from worries. Its attractions and nightlife will arouse your interest in continuing to discover this magnificent setting.


This is one of the destinations where legends and traditions are still alive. Feel at home when you come into contact with its inhabitants, the best guides in this adventure. Have fun at the multicolored parties, don’t miss the sunrise in front of the Puno lakes andexperience community tourism on the floating islands and the buildings that still reflect the history of Peruand the life of the ancestors.


the city that keeps a colonial heritage in its mansions and squares. It is located in the middle between the sea and the countryside. It is surrounded by ravines, rock formations and deserts, perfect spaces to discover them on foot. Peruvian gastronomy has a special place in this destination, since they have unique preparations, which stand out thanks to the seasoning and delicious ingredients native to the place. Discover the main square, the Santo Domingo cathedral, the Cristo Blanco viewpoint, among others.


the heroic city will welcome you with its deserts and valleys that make up the beautiful landscapes that you must see at least once in your life.Tour its beaches, hot springs and lakes where you can relax.The museums and cultural centers are located in the historical territory that marked one of the most important events in the country. Despite changes in temperature, warm weather always appears to accompany your journey.


If you are thinking of making a trip away from Peru, these are the best alternatives if you only have your National Identity Document . Thanks to the agreements maintained by the Andean Community of Nations (CAN), Peruvians can start new adventures without the need to present a visa or passport.

Melissa Galbraith
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