Diablada Dancers, Puno Perú.

Ok. First this is not a original dance of Perú, is original from ours brothers of Bolivia, but with the pass of the time we share it with them becouse their was a part of our country before than Españoles cut our territory, making Bolivia. The thing is… its an amazing celebration in my country and Bolivia. Born of the religiosity and the inca culture its a representative national folklore dance.

Inti Raymi Celebration, Cusco perú.

During the Inca Empire, the Inti Raymi was the most important of four ceremonies celebrated in Cusco, as related by Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. The celebration took place in the Haukaypata or the main plaza in the city.

The Inti Raymi (“Festival of the Sun”)was a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in honor of the god Inti, one of the most venerated gods in Inca religion.

According to chronicler Garcilaso de la Vega, Sapa Inca Pachacuti created the Inti Raymi to celebrate the new year in the Andes of the Southern Hemisphere. Since 1944, a theatrical representation of the Inti Raymi has been taking place at Sacsayhuamán (two km. from Cusco) on June 24 of each year, attracting thousands of tourists and local visitors. The ceremony was also said to indicate the mythical origin of the Incas. It lasted for nine days and was filled with colorful dances and processions, as well as animal sacrifices to ensure a good cropping season. The last Inti Raymi with the Inca Emperor’s presence was carried out in 1535, after which the Spanish conquest and the Catholic Church share it.

“One of the most important characters in the legends of the Marinera has been the role played by El Chalan. Man and horse merge to make this incredible dance following the beats of music. Come and enjoy our Marinera and Peruvian music with Incas Legend!”

The Muses Ride on Chiclayo, Lambayeque Perú.

The muses ride is 6 blocks from the main park and the reception gives us a huge portal, supported by four caryatids, five meters high, on which is inscribed the slogan “heroic city of Chiclayo” title awarded to the city, where the inhabitants defended patriotic interests during the Pacific War.

Following you can enjoy the harmonious distribution, a set of small squares, presented to the nine muses of Greek mythology, which were sculptural creations of artist Miguel Angel Diaz Diaz.


Because is so cool to hear the national anthem of Perú on metal guitar!!


“The Marinera is a dance which highlights the courtship of males from the north, always assisted by his hat and scarf because of the sun throughout the year in this land. And not forget the women flirting, blowing his large and decorated skirts. A dance where complicity is reflected in the eyes of the couple looking to conquer the other.”

Dock of Amazon River on Iquitos, Loreto Perú.

Iquitos is a strong receiver of tourism and economy, and main projection of “Charapa culture”. It is a cosmopolitan city with strong Amazon roots and cultural diversity that encourages the creativity in tis artistic community. Its architectural remnant of rubber boom is another characteristic identity. The city is also considered a party town because of its entertainment that encompasses both its nightlife and cultural movement. Its demography is the most multi-ethnic in the Peruvian Amazon and maintains a melting pot status that resulted from the large immigration of foreigners and mixing during the rubber boom. So… visit one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Amazonas River and live the green with Inkaslegend!

Sometimes we are so busy in our travels, with tours and all that, and we forget the most important, the journey. A friend once told me: I do not travel to escape from life, I travel to that life does not escape from me. Tip: When you are traveling, sit a moment, breathe, look, live and feel everything around you, enjoy that moment, is a new world that you’re discovering, is a new vision of life that you are sharing. Vive Peru!!!!!!!! Here, a Tourist in the jungle of Tambopata, Madre de Dios Perú.