Best places to visit in Peru
Peru is not only recognized for its impressive Inca sites, Amazon rainforest and attractive colonial architecture, but it also has some of the most attractive beaches in the world. Most famous beaches include Costa Verde or the Green Coast (contains of all beaches bordering Miraflores, Barranco and San Isidro, the attractive seaside suburbs of Lima. These beaches provide excellent weather for surfing, yachting and sailing); El Silencio (known for its pristine blue waters, tranquil waves and white coarse sands); San Barolo (recognized for its pristine white-sand, calm water and beautiful bays. It provides fine weather for scuba diving, fishing and surfing. You can also find shops, restaurants, nightclubs and hotels); and Punta Hermosa (most famous surfing destination).
The first national park in Peru is Cutervo. It was created in 1961 and situated in Cajamarca. One of its primary attractions is the oilbird, nocturnal creatures living in Guacharos Caves. Some other parks are the following: Manu (located in the section of Cuzco and Madre de Dios); Cerros de Amotape (found in Tumbes and Piura. It has several dry-climate forests and jeopardized specie like the American crocodile); and Huascarán (situated in Ancash and is the habitat of the cougar, llama, jaguar, marsh deer, puya raimondi, peruvian tapir and hummingbird species).
The historical temples of Peru are Lima Peru (has a total floor area of 9,600 square feet, three sealing rooms and four ordinance rooms); Santiago Chile (the first Mormon temple constructed in a Spanish-speaking country, the temple has 3 sealing rooms, 2 ordinance rooms and 20,831 square feet as the total floor area); and Cochabama Bolivia (It has three sealing rooms, two ordinance rooms and 33,302 square feet as the total floor area).