The Peru does not forget its roots; as before, the Peruvians are proud of their ethnic and cultural identity and the festivities and traditions who live every day in the strengthening of one-to-one linkages, the revitalization of the great pilgrimages and appreciation for nature.
In the Department of Ancash, travelers have the opportunity to go back to the past to live pre-Incan Andean traditions expressed in art, communal traditions, food, music and, above all, in the rescue of the use of the flame as Andean beasts of burden in a walk that runs for 37 km, passing through beautiful snowy scenery of the Cordillera Blanca from the community of Olleros to the enigmatic Temple of Chavin de Huantar.
In the northern highlands of the Department of Cajamarca, Porcon farm residents, offer a program of rural tourism, in which the visitor as well as participating in a series of agricultural and livestock activities such as planting and hand milking of cows, coexists with members of the community, allowing you to know the style of life, traditions and daily activities of a rural farm with forest reforested to more than 3,000 meters above sea level.
In Cusco the residents of three communities of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, open their doors to share their daily life through tourism. The stay allows you to participate in the daily activities of the field, fiestas and rituals, achieving a true exchange of life in balance with nature. In addition, it is possible to have contact with myths and traditions ancient contact with residents during the tour of the ancient routes of Ollantaytambo.