Perú has a great cultural diversity thanks to its three distinct regions:
- The Coast is a region that borders the Pacific ocean and the door to export via its famous port of Callao in Lima where most of the country's wealth transits.
- The Sierra includes part of the Andes mountains which divide the country from north to south. With a five thousand year old culture, its people have been practicing agriculture, crafts and textile.
- The Selva, which is part of the Amazonian territory, benefits from a humid and tropical ecosystem. The Amazonian land offers its farmers many unique commodities in the world such as the Açai.