There are many reasons to visit Peru, from its diverse natural geography to its cultural
festivals and the remnants of an ancient civilization.
Millions of tourists flock to the Andean country every year to see the ruins of the Inca citadel
Machu Picchu — but in 2015, a newly discovered geological wonder was added to the country’s
list of must-see destinations.
Vinicunca — also known as the Mountain of Seven Colors, or more simply Rainbow Mountain —
was discovered four years ago when the snow covering it melted, revealing the natural beauty of the
rock beneath. Formed by weathering, environmental conditions and sedimentary deposits over time,
the mountain’s unique minerology created a marbling effect, with layered hues of gold, lavender,
red and turquoise towering into the sky.
Considered a holy site in Peru, the mountain has become a hotspot for international visitors,
and is now the second-most visited attraction in the Cusco region thanks to local tour operators
and a flurry of Instagram posts.
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