Hello traveler! My name is Ronny Sales and since 2016 I have been traveling around Peru and the world looking for special places to enjoy life. I love big cities as well as nature. I was born in the north of Peru in the region of Piura. I grew up in the city of Tumbes, close to the beach where I discovered my passion for fishing. After 3 years of college and traveling through the United States, I returned to Peru and moved to Lima, where I started my tourism business.
Thanks to my company I have been able to live in many cities in Peru and I have been able to discover other countries such as Ecuador, Panama, Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy and Greece. I really want to travel to Asia, especially Japan, and of course I would love to travel to many more countries on the American continent. I do this blog with a lot of love so that you can have an excellent trip through my beautiful country, Peru.
Ancash is a beautiful region of the Peruvian coast that is located above Lima. This region has a dreamlike landscape and is commonly called the Peruvian Switzerland.
Lima is the capital of the country and is located on the coast, right in the middle of the Peruvian territory. This wonderful city is known worldwide for its exquisite cuisine.
Ica is the wine region of Peru. In this city there are important tourist attractions such as the Paracas National Reserve, the Huacachina Oasis and the Nazca Lines.
Arequipa has been named one of the 5 most beautiful cities in the world. This region has wonderful landscapes and the city is surrounded by 3 huge volcanoes that make it look impressive.
Puno is an andean city, it is inhabited by different ethnic groups such as the Urus, people who preserve their language and traditions. They live in floating houses on Lake Titicaca.
Cusco is the ancient capital of the Inca empire and the region where the wonder of the world Machu Picchu is located. This Andean city is so beautiful and annually attracts millions of tourists.
Iquitos is the only metropolis within the Peruvian Amazon. This region has a large part of the Amazon River and is inhabited by many native tribes that survive on their own.