Cusco during the Quarantine
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Thursday July 9, 2020
On Sunday March 15th in the evening, as we were all preparing for the start of a new work week, we got the shocking national announcement from the president of Peru that we were entering a nationwide quarantine and state of emergency with the closure of all borders by land, air and sea. People in Cusco could not leave their homes, spend time outside; travel and we had to follow a strict and mandatory curfew....
Wednesday December 2, 2015
Better Transport for School Kids Lake Titicaca published a petition that aims to offer children in Lake Titicaca, in Southern Peru, better transportation to and from school. Titled “Que los niños del lago Titicaca puedan tener un bote para transportarse a su escuela,” or “So that the children of Lake Titicaca can have a boat to transport them to school” ...
Monday November 23, 2015
Interest for Peru’s “Sierra Exportadora”
Different countires in both Latin America and Africa have shown interest in the managmet model of the Peruvian organization “Sierra Exportadora”, which is part of the Peruvian Ministry of Agriculture.

Sierra Exportadora wants to promote Andean products in the national and international markets. ...
During the first 8 months of the year, nearly 1.2 million foreign tourists visited Cusco leading to an 11.3% growth compared to its similar period in 2014. French, Argentine, and English tourist arrivals displaying the highest growth. ...
Wednesday November 11, 2015
Cusco Initiative Llama Pack Wins Kunan Prize
The Kunan Prize looks for young entrepreneurs with social initiatives that aim to solve an issue in their local communities, and this year – the second edition – first place was awarded to the Cusco-born social initiative, Llama Pack. ...
Friday October 30, 2015
New architecture Discovered in Ollantaytambo
A stone enclosure and a handful of Andean terraces were discovered after a group of staff workers was performing maintenance works in Ollantaytambo, Cusco.

This discovery was made in the Ollantaytambo Archaeological Park in Cusco. ...
According to a press release provided to Living in Peru, the mountains of Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu will be closed for two weeks each in the month of April 2016. However - good news for tourists - the third mountain peak associated with Machu Picchu, the citadel of Machu Picchu, remain open all through next year. ...

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