National Geographic Traveller, a leading magazine from the United Kingdom, will feature a special edition dedicated to Peru in september, in which it will showcase the best of the Andes and the Peruvian Amazon.
The British publication, along with the exceptional coverage on the front cover, will present a 16-page report in which readers can admire wonderful places such as the Amazon region, the Lares Trek, Cusco and Vinicunca, this latter destination also known as Mountain of Seven Colors. The magazine will also feature several pages dedicated to Peruvian archeology, pisco and gastronomy for its British readership.
It is worth mentioning that National Geographic Traveller has a circulation of almost 40,000 printed editions and a readership of its online version of 409,000 people.
The Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (PROMPERÚ) is thereby promoting the country as a dream destination with an exceptional variety of places to visit and a unique culture that is complemented by one of the finest cuisines in the world.
PERU IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
In 2018, a total of 74,124 tourists from the United Kingdom arrived in our country, representing an increase of 7% compared with the same period in 2017. Moreover, according to the Foreign Tourist Profile prepared by PROMPERÚ, the average expenditure of British tourists was US$1,849 during their stay in our country.
This type of traveler visits our country for two weeks and shows a high interest in cultural activities, nature and adventure, with the culinary experience serving as a complementary motivation in all their activities.
To see the coverage of Peru in the digital version of the National Geographic Traveller magazine, visit the following link: