"Your Guide to the Inca Empire"
About Peru History

Inca Pottery

Inca Pottery is one of the most widespread activities in Peru. Ancient Techniques used by cultures like Pashash, Vicus and Recuay are still used today in many places

Alpaca benefits

Peruvian HatThe Alpaca possesses a smooth, non irritating feel. It is actually lighter than cashmere, while being stronger, warmer more durable than wool. Alpaca products offer wicking and wonderful thermal insulation! and of course they last for years.

Grab a Bargain

Browse lovely and affordable hand knitted hats made by peruvian artisans. Either for yourself, family, friends or even for business, you'll find many lovely "inca style" hats to choose from. You know it works...;-)

Fair Trade

Fair Trade is a very common practice in Peru. They are actively involved in supporting and aiding Indigenous Communities throughout the country. No middlemen, no child labour, craftsmen directly benefit from the trade.

Fair Trade teaches us that consumers are not condemned to be only bargain hunters. It reminds us that trade is about people, their livelihoods, their families and sometimes even their survival.

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