The leader of the Irish band U2, Bono is on Tuesday in the Peruvian Amazon in a tour that has passed through Machu Picchu.
Bono got to the airport from the city of Puerto Maldonado to Cuzco founded and moved to a luxury hotel in the Tambopata National Reserve, reported to the agency "Andean" the director of Foreign Trade and Tourism of the city, Juan Arzola.
In October last year, the leader of the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, made a similar journey through Peru with his family.
"When Mick Jagger was here said he would work on an environmental crusade by Amazon, so Bono would come and so we also expect other international singers," said Arzola.
Tambopata, located in southeastern Peru, has an area of 274,690 hectares and is considered one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.
The musician arrived Friday in the city of Cuzco with his family and visited the main tourist attractions such as the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley.