Unique Things To Do In Peru

If you go to Peru to watch  the football, there is more to the country than just that, especially if you are you a lover of adventure that cannot wait to get to the next location and see the wonders that new places in the world possess. If so, you must visit Peru. The South American country is one of the best spots that any adventurer should visit because of the numerous places to visit and things to do.

Here are the most unique things to do in Peru:

1. Visit Machu Picchu


Machu Pichu Peru

Everybody that has been to this location will tell you that it is worth it. You get the chance to see the famous Incan city that is built on the side of a mountain. It has numerous Llamas, and you can also interact with the locals as you hear about famous Incan legends. It is a location to visit if you love history and the mysteries that often come with such century-old locations. If you love hikes, various trails can take you to the ruins. The Inca Trail is a favorite of many hikers.

2. See The Condors Of Colca

In the far south of Peru, where the Amazon gets its source, you can see the deepest canyons. The Colca has many condors that are best visible in the morning when they come to enjoy the sun. The view is majestic and magical, a memory that any adventurer will have with them for a very long time.

3. Camping In Peru

Machu Pichu Peru Hiking

If you love camping, then Peru is a location that will excite you because of the various camping spots available. One of these is the Machu Picchu Camping Grounds. You can camp at the side of the mountain and enjoy the lovely sunrise in the morning. The Llamas are a sight to behold and they are not easy to miss as they are scattered all over the mountain.

You can carry your gear or you can rent at the campsite. It is advisable to do some research on the camping grounds available to know if renting gear is more suitable.  But ideally, you should be able to bring your own essential items that would be easy to carry like a camping mattress or a map and compass.

4. Hike The Rainbow Mountain

Peru Rainbow Mountain

Rainbow Mountain is over 14,000ft high. The hike to and from the mountain is guaranteed to be one that you will never forget. The scenery of green and red rock is a beautiful sight. The rainbow-colored mountain is the sight that waits for you when you reach the top. Reaching this point is an achievement that any person who is thrilled by adventure will truly appreciate. There are also various villages located around various points during the hike. You can mingle with the locals and try some of the Peruvian cuisines.

5. Go Dune Hiking In The Desert

The Sechura Desert is one of the best places to go if you want to experience the most beautiful sunsets. You can also go dune hiking in the incredible dunes. There are villages in the area where you can participate in some local activities if you wish.

One other amazing place to visit in Peru is Cusco. Most adventurers advise visiting Machu Picchu before Cusco and camp around Machu Picchu before heading to Cusco.

Soccer Is Back In Peru: The Keys To Returning In The Midst Of The Coronavirus Crisis

With coronavirus tests before each game the Peruvian soccer championship resumed on Friday without an audience. After five months, it concentrated in Lima, paralyzed by the pandemic, with a duel between Universitario and Cantolao.

All tournament matches will be played only in the capital to avoid contagion when the teams travel. Before each game, players and members of the coaching staff of each of the 20 teams in League 1 will be tested for coronavirus.

Covid-19 tests will also be carried out on the referees and all the personnel who work in the stadiums, where the traditional sellers of bread with chorizo, popcorn, soda, and coffee will no longer be. Each day’s matches will be played from Friday to Monday in seven stadiums in the Peruvian capital, without fans. They will be broadcast by two radios and a cable television channel.

Peru, the third country in Latin America in cases and deaths due to Covid-19 behind Brazil and Mexico, faces a re-outbreak of the pandemic after starting the deconfinement on July 1. With 33 million inhabitants, it registers more than 440,000 cases of coronavirus and more than 20,000 deaths.

Last weekend, three Sport Huancayo players tested positive for Covid-19 in tests carried out by the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) to return to the tournament.

The popular Alianza Lima club, now led by Chilean Mario Salas, will play this Sunday with DeportivoBinacional, the current champion. This week separated four players who did not comply with biosecurity protocols when they went out to lunch at a cevichería in Lima. After testing for Covid-19, nine Binational team members, including seven players, tested positive on Wednesday.

However, the match between Alianza and Binacional, clubs that also compete in the 2020 Copa Libertadores, will also be played, which was also suspended due to the pandemic in March resumed in September. The Copa Sudamericana will return in October.

Each team will be able to field up to five foreign players in each game, instead of four as before the pandemic. A recommendation invites players not to celebrate goals effusively.

The 20 first division teams began training a month ago with their full teams. Before, there were only practices with small groups. The Clausura tournament, which is due to start in November, will also be played only in Lima, but unlike the Apertura in which all teams face each other, it will be divided into two groups of 10 teams each.

Meanwhile, the coach of Peru, Argentine Ricardo Gareca, holds meetings with the other technical command members ahead of the start of the South American Qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar 2022, which should begin in October.