The World Travel Organization ranked Peru as fourth top emerging destination in the Americas, and in 2004, the highest percentage of visitors to Peru (22%) were from the U.S. This all-new revised edition, with more pages and new maps covering more off-the-beaten-track destinations, includes a special Inca World feature written by British explorer Hugh Thomson, who discovered the Cota Coca site in 2002, and has written two books on Incan civilization and history. Learn More$22.99
In this unsparing tour of the perils and promises of the current era, visionary author Daniel Pinchbeck helps us understand that we don't need to wait for the dawning of the next age to radically change our perspectives.
In the years since his pioneering work 2012, Daniel Pinchbeck has touched a legion of readers hungry for insight and guidance about new ways of living amid the crises of the current moment.
Rainforests contain an amazing abundance of plant life. What's most exciting is that scientists and researchers have only just begun to uncover the medicinal qualities of these plants, which offer new approaches to health and healing. The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs is a valuable guide to these herbs and their uses. Learn More$23.95
At its peak, the Inca empire was the largest on Earth. Yet in the year 1532, it was conquered by fewer than 200 Spanish adventurers. How could this happen? Approaching the answer clue by clue, scholar William Sullivan decodes the myths of the Incas to reveal an astoundingly precise record of astronomical events. The Incas accepted their fate as written in the stars. Illus. Learn More$23.00