Lately, we have come across a number of misleading information on the Internet about facilities for vegetarians and vegans in Peru. Having organized tours for vegetarians and vegans for the last 25 years in Peru, first partnering with Vegi Ventures from the UK and in the recent years through our own company Vegetarian Peru Adventures, … Continue reading How easy is it to travel Peru as a veg(etari)an?
“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” – Mahatma Gandhi Last week we interviewed Milagros Romero Peralta, psychologist, animal rights advocate and founder and director of the NGO ‘Cusco Protección de Animales‘, an organization that has been rescuing abandoned street dogs and provided them with treatment and … Continue reading Interview with Cusco Protection of Animals
This year we decided to do something different at Inti Raymi (the Inca sun festival on 24th June). Instead of joining the crowds in Cusco we went to the Andean Spirit Lodge with some friends. After a good night’s rest and enjoying the delicious cuisine of Artemio, our cook, we drove up the winding road, … Continue reading Lake Humantay – a day excursion for the intrepid
Recently we adopted Paqcho, a beautiful male dog to keep our Dolma company at the Lodge in Limatambo. Paqcho was rescued by Mila Romero from the Paqcha (Quechua: fountain) in Cusco. He is a fantastic guardian with a deep bass voice. During the day he loves to curl up at our feet in the office, … Continue reading Volunteering opportunities with Cusco Protección de Animales
VOL. 1, DECEMBER 2015 Dear vegetarian & vegan friends from around the world! It is a great pleasure for us to present you to our new website and especially our new blog. We hope that our new site works out user-friendly for you, but any feedback you may want to give to us is welcome. … Continue reading Welcome to Vegetarian Peru Adventure’s first Blog
Try out our recipe for one of our favourite desserts. Be carfelul! This is highly addictive!
The island of Taquile at Lake Titicaca is one of the most amazing places you are likely to visit on your travels in the Andes. Not only is Taquile known for its beautiful and tranquil scenery. Imagine a place with no roads (the islanders reach everywhere on foot), no police (there is no crime), no … Continue reading Taquile Island, Lake Titicaca: constructing a new boat for transporting tourists