Archaeological Treasure in Peru to See Improvements

Peru's National Tourism Strategic Plan has announced a five-year plan to transform the archaeological fortress, Kuelap, into a leading tourism destination. Kuelap is in the Alto Utcubamba Valley in northern Peru. The fortress will undergo a series of improvements and restorations that include the installation of a cable car that will reduce the time it takes travelers to get to the site from three hours to 30 minutes. In addition, neighboring cities to Kuelap will see improvements to roadways, sewage systems, signage and accommodations.

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