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The origins of Peru’s mysterious Nasca Lines

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In the desert of southern Peru, giant etchings of spiders, whales, people and trapezoids stretching across 450sqkm have adorned the landscape for 2,000 years.
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Living In

Living in… Buenos Aires

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The wine, steak and nightlife are still affordable and the architecture is free to enjoy.
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Walking the Cordillera Huayhuash

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Described as “the best alpine trek in the world", this 170km of hard, exhilarating mountain walking is best experienced through the eyes of a local mountain guide.
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Offbeat adventures in Peru’s Northern Highlands

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Fascinating history, Inca ruins and some of the north’s most spectacular scenery make this a great stop for an alternative Andean adventure.
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Endless sun on Peru’s northern beaches

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The quintessential ingredients for a relaxed beach holiday? Combine empty beaches, abundant seafood and perfect surf with just a dash of ancient archaeology.
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From the shores of Lake Titicaca

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Home to floating islands and singular cultures, the world's highest navigable lake is literally breathtaking.


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