David Ancca, an actor from Cusco will be the Inca at Inti Raymi 2019
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Friday June 14, 2019
On June 24th, Inti Raymi will be celebrated, Cusco. Inti Raymi is a traditional religious celebration in honour of the god Inti, which is the God of the Sun. In Cusco, it’s every year a big uncertainty who will be playing the character that gives life to the Inca, which is, of course, the most important role of the whole celebration. The actor who is playing this character must meet many requirements, one of which is to speak the original Quechua language fluently....
Wednesday May 30, 2018
Rainbow Mountain Popular Tourist Destination
Cusco is an amazing place that has beautiful sights like he Machu Picchu, Sachsayhuaman and "Montaña de Siete Colores." Also called Rainbow Mountain, it has become quickly one of the most visited destinations in Peru by both Peruvian and foreign tourists.

That might also be the reason why BBC World has written an article about the Montaña de Siete Colores. ...
Thursday May 24, 2018
Latam Perú opens nonstop route to Machu Picchu
The Inca Citadel Machu Picchu is one of the most visited destinations in South-America.

To get there, up till now, travelers have to first arrival to Lima; and from Lima, take a bus or plane to Cusco, also called the gateway to the Lost City Of The Inca's.

However, from of August 2018 on, the airline LATAM is opening a non-stop line from Santiago de Chile to Cusco. ...
Last Thursday night, tourists in Cusco could see an Inca show at the open area of the Coricancha, the Temple of the Sun, located close to the main square of Cusco. The whole show was projected on a giant screen.

The performance was led by David Ancca who will also act as Inca Pachacutec during the Inti Raymi festival taking place on June 24 in Cusco. ...
Friday May 4, 2018
Machu Picchu on Ultimate Bucketlist 2018
Flightnetwork has made "the world ultimate bucket list for 2018", and the beautiful Inca Citadel Machu Picchu has made it on the list! The best bucket list ever assembled is a collection of hidden gems on all the outers of the world. 800 professional travel bloggers, travel agencies and journalists, have worked together on this project, to guarantee the quality of the list. ...
The floors of the Inca Citadel Machu Picchu have been subsiding, but special floors are saving the day!

Due to heavy rainfall on the Machu Picchu, and the number of visitors, the floor of the Inca citadel has been subsiding. But now, with a new special floor, it has avoided a subsiding of 15 centimeters. ...
The well-known magazine National Geographic has put together a list of places that might require (some) walking, climbing or hiking, but that are definitely worth the effort and give the traveler new perspectives on our place on earth.

And - of course - Machu Picchu in Cusco, Peru has made it on the list! Machu Picchu actually ranks #1 ...

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