Peter Frost

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Peter Frost is a British writer, photographer, and archaeologist.[1] He spent much of his time exploring Peru and wrote several books about the country. While leading a National Geographic expedition, Frost discovered the pre-Inca site of Qoriwayrachina.[2] In 1977 Frost was one of the founding members of South American Explorers, a nonprofit travel, scientific and educational organization.

Books[edit]

  • The Pocket Guide to Ecuador
  • The Pocket Guide to Peru
  • 1995: Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary
  • 1979: Exploring Cusco

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peter Frost website
  2. ^ Peter Frost, a National Geographic profile