How to get to Chachapoyas, Amazonas, Northern Peru

How to get to Chachapoyas, capital of the Amazonas region, northern Peru ? We talk a lot about the Amazonas region, in the north of Peru, with its capital Chachapoyas as the future boom of tourist destinations. The blog section of Phima Voyages is a mine of information on places to visit in Northern Peru.

The Chachapoya’s Raymi Llaqta

Chachapoya’s Raymi Llaqta  – the Festivities of the people After one week of agitation, the city of Chachapoyas regains its tranquillity this Monday morning. In fact, the annual festival of the Chachapoya’s Raymi Llaqta just finished with a traditional parade of the colourful communities of the Amazon region. This festival is the perfect opportunity for the forty

Historical site of Cumbe Mayo, Cajamarca, North of Peru

The trip to Cumbe Mayo, starting from the city of Cajamarca, takes about 45 minutes, in fact just about twenty kilometres. But on a wide winding pebble road. When you visit the site, the first thing you see is this incredible alignment of rocks. An amazing composition of volcanic rocks cut by the giants. We arrive

The funeral windows of Otuzco and Cumbayo, Cajamarca, Northern Peru

If you are interested in visiting what is known as the ventanillas de Otuzco or those of Cumbayo, this means that you are interested, in how the Cajamarca culture preserved its dead. In Chachapoyas, we have already spoken of Revash or Karajia, mausoleums and individuals sarcophagi tombs. Here we are visiting another culture, the Cajamarca culture.

Cooking classes in the San Martin region, in the North of Peru

Tipping in Peru

We invite you today to share a cooking class. We are in the San Martin region, in the north of Peru. In particular, in a beautiful private conservation are called YACUMAMA. We are 20 minutes west of Rioja and 50 minutes from Moyobamba, capital of the region. The conservation area of Yacumama Yakumama lies at

The Second Home Hotel in Barranco, Lima

Barranco, the other side of the Peruvian capital Did you know that the district of Barranco in Lima, is a good alternative to stay in the capital of Peru if you don’t like to be around too many gringos and stay in Miraflores. The blog section of Phima Voyages is a mine of information on