MACHU PICCHU TO ALLOW MORE TOURISTS – NOT EVERYONE IS HAPPY

The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, Peru’s jewel of tourism, will increase the number of visitors by a third to revive the Andean region’s economy of Cusco, which has collapsed due to the pandemic. But ...

TOURISM IN PERU: MACHU PICCHU OPEN BUT WITH REDUCED CAPACITY

Tomas Haupt -
The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, a crown jewel of tourism in Peru, had to reduce its daily capacity a month after reopening due to the surge in deaths and COVID-19 cases in the country, according to ...

MACHU PICCHU INTRODUCED QR CODE TO IMPROVE TOURIST EXPERIENCES

Sara Thopson -
The district municipality of Machu Picchu announced the implementation of a new system to promote the tourist attractions in the area, in addition to the services offered by restaurants, hotels, store...

DOMESTIC TOURISM IN PERU EXPECTED TO GROW SIGNIFICANTLY

Laura Maudlin -
The National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur) projects that during 2022 tourism trips to the interior of the country will exceed 22 million. That would represent an increase of 50.68% over the previous ye...

FOREIGN TOURISM IN PERU HAS NOT RECOVERED TO PRE-PANDEMIC LEVELS

Sara Thopson -
If there is something that draws attention to Peru, it is its tourist attraction. In addition to being synonymous with culture, biodiversity and gastronomy, the country has one of the most precious tr...
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