In this blog, I'd like to provide generic details about Peru, what you need to know while visiting this wonderful country.
Do I need a visa for Peru?
Visit to Peru doesn't require a visa for citizens of most American and Western European countries. Indians do not need a visa if you have a valid visa for USA, Canada, UK or Schengen region. For more details, refer http://www.indembassy.org.pe/english/media/2017-14-exemp.html
For other nationalities, I suggest you email, call or visit the Peru embassy at your location to get the details.
This is a foodie paradise. Peru is a place with amazing variety of food. The world's fifth best restaurant in 2017 - Central, is in Lima, Peru.
Some of the popular peruvian dishes are Ceviche, Loma Saltado, Arroz con mariscos, Pachamanca and the exotic Guinea pig and Alpaca meat. Pachamanca (pacha "earth" and manca "pot" ) is a traditional Peruvian dish made by baking marinated lamb, chicken, pork or guinea pig along with potatoes, corn and other vegetables with the help of hot stones. Unfortunately, I didn't get to try this on my visit to Peru, but I'd surely like to try it the next time I'm there.