Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia have a rich history and are famous for its majesty Inca Empire. The Incas are a native group that had been living on the land that is now known as Peru, also part of Bolivia and Ecuador long before the spanish conquistadors invaded South America. The Incas were able to survive and thrive in the high altitudes of South American Andes.
Incas culture has influenced much of Peruvian culture. Although Spanish is the national language in Peru, many Peruvians still speak certain dialects of Quechua, which was the Inca language. The Incas music and dances are still performed today and are a huge part of Peruvian culture and tradition.
There are many historical sites that educate tourists on Incan culture. Machu Picchu is known as the lost city of the Incas and has attracted millions of visitors over the years.