Camaná is the district capital of the homonymous province, located in the department of Arequipa, Peru.
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The Bahuaja-Sonene National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Bahuaja-Sonene) is located in south-eastern Peru. It contains the tropical forests and tropical foothills of Puno, dwarf forests, and the Heath Pampas. It was created in July 1996 out of the…
Bagua Grande, also known as Corazón de Amazonas(English Heart of Amazonas) is a town in northern Peru, capital of Utcubamba Province, in the region Amazonas.
Alférez FAP David Figueroa Fernandini Airport (IATA: HUU, ICAO: SPNC) is an airport serving Huánuco, Peru. It is the most important airport in the Huánuco Region and is operated by the civil government. It is currently served by 2 airlines: LC Perú,…
Quinua is a small town in the province of Huamanga, in Peru's central highland department of Ayacucho, 37 km (23 mi) from the city of Huamanga (Ayacucho), at an altitude of 3,300 meters (10,830 ft), which today serves as the administrative capital o…
Paratoari (also known as the Pyramids of Paratoari, Pyramids of Pantiacolla or "The Dots") is a site composed of pyramid-shaped natural formations in the Manu area of dense tropical rainforest in southeast Peru.
Paramonga was an important city constructed at the border of the former Kingdom of Chimor in Peru during the late Intermediate Period (1200 to 1400AD), whose capital was the metropolis of Chan Chan.
The Otuzco is a city located in the highlands of La Libertad, Peru. It is the capital of the Otuzco Province, and it is well known because there is the sanctuary of the Virgen de la Puerta.
Chinchayqucha (Quechua chincha, chinchay north, northern, chinchay ocelot, qucha lake, lagoon, "northern lake" or "ocelot lake", hispanicized spelling Chinchaycocha) or Junín Lake (Spanish Lago Junín, named after the town Junín, the center of the an…
Huaral is a town in central Peru, capital of the province Huaral in the region Lima.
The Hipódromo de Monterrico is a Thoroughbred horse racing facility opened in 1960 in Lima, Peru.
FAP Captain David Abenzur Rengifo International Airport (IATA: PCL, ICAO: SPCL) (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional Capitán FAP David Abenzur Rengifo) (also known as Captain Rolden International Airport) is an airport serving the city of Pucallpa, Pe…
The Cordillera Negra (Spanish for "black range") is part of the Cordillera Oriental, one of three mountain ranges in the Andes Mountains of west central Peru.
The Capitán FAP Renán Elías Olivera Airport (IATA: PIO, ICAO: SPSO) is an airport near Pisco in Peru.
Cap. FAP Víctor Montes Arias International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Capitán FAP Víctor Montes Arias, IATA: TYL, ICAO: SPYL) is an airport serving Talara, Peru. It is run by CORPAC S.A. (Corporacion Peruana De Aeropuertos Y Aviación Comercial S.A…
Capitán FAP José A. Quiñones González International Airport (IATA: CIX, ICAO: SPHI) is an airport serving Chiclayo, Peru and the surrounding metropolitan area. It is run by ADP a private airport operator that operates various airports in northem Per…
The Battle of Huaqui (in some sources also called Guaqui, Yuraicoragua or Battle of Desaguadero), was a battle between the Primera Junta's (Buenos Aires) revolutionary troops and the royalist troops of the Viceroyalty of Peru on the border between U…
Bagua is a city in Peru located about 162 kilometres (101 mi) from the city of Chachapoyas.
Andahuaylas Province is the second largest of the seven provinces of the Apurímac Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Andahuaylas.
Andahuaylas Airport (IATA: ANS, ICAO: SPHY) is an airport serving Andahuaylas, Peru. It is an important airport in the Apurímac Region as being the only one with scheduled commercial flights. It is operated by the civil government.
Zorritos is a town in the Tumbes Region, in northwestern Peru. It has a population of 6,605 (1999) and is the capital of the Contralmirante Villar Province.
The Yauyos Province is a province located in the Lima Region of Peru.
Trujillo Province is one of twelve provinces in the region La Libertad in Peru.
Tocache is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Tocache in the region San Martín. There were 23,511 inhabitants according to the 2007 census.
Tarata is a city in the Tacna Region in southern Peru.
The Tambopata River is a river in southeastern Peru and northwestern Bolivia. Most is in the Madre de Dios and Puno regions in Peru, but the upper parts of the river forms the border between Peru and Bolivia, and its origin is in La Paz department i…
Tabatinga International Airport (IATA: TBT, ICAO: SBTT) is the airport serving Tabatinga, Brazil, located by the border with Colombia and Peru.
Puerto Supe, officially known as Supe Puerto (to distinguish it from the neighboring district of Supe Pueblo, a separate municipality), is as small harbor town located in the province of Barranca, in the Lima Provincias region, on the coast of Peru.
The Santa River (Spanish: Río Santa) is a river in the South American Andes mountain range in the Ancash Region of northwest central Peru.
San Ramón is the second largest town in the Chanchamayo Province of the Junín Region, on the eastern slopes of the Andean Cordillera Oriental in Peru.
The Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reservation is located in Arequipa and Moquegua. Their main purpose is to preserve the flora, fauna and the landscapes formation.
Ranrahirca was a village in Peru, alongside the river Santa, near Huascarán, the highest mountain in Peru. It was hit by massive avalanches of snow, rocks and mud, originating on the slopes of Huascarán and triggered by earthquake on 10 January 1962…
Puquio (from Quechua: Pukyu meaning "spring of water") is a town in Central Peru, capital of the province Lucanas in the region Ayacucho.
Pisco is a province of the Ica Region in Peru.
The Naval Academy of Peru (Spanish: Escuela Naval del Perú) is the institution in charge of the undergraduate education of officers of the Peruvian Navy. It is located at La Punta, Callao, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Paucartambo is a town in Southern Peru, capital of the province Paucartambo in the region Cusco. Paucartambo is home to the colourful Virgen del Carmen festival (Our Lady of Mount Carmel), held each 16 July.