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Unforgettable Trekking In Magical Lands

The Inca trails that go to Machu Picchu and many other archaeological sites within the Inca empire. Is a compound of stretches that up to the present day make a total of 40 thousand kilometers of unforgettable trekking in magical lands. The Incas built a huge network of Inca trails 700 years ago to connect Cusco, its capital, located in […]

The Inca Trail in Six Steps

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in Six Steps The most famous pedestrian route in America. Will allow you to enjoy its 45 kilometers of Andean and Amazon forests; Andean grasslands, archaeological remains, flora, fauna, ancient stone steps, majestic views and finally Machu Picchu. In this article we show you The Inca Trail in six steps There are many paths […]

Classic Inca Trail Biodiversity

Peru is a country with a complex, privileged and varied geography. Where the presence of the Andes, the Amazon jungle, the Pacific Ocean and the proximity to the equator drastically influence the climate and; as a consequence, the diversity of flora and fauna within the country is immense. placing it among one of the 15 mega diverse countries in the […]

Toilets On The Inca Trail

Toilets on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu In this article we will tell you how the toilets on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Undoubtedly, the unpleasant detail of the Inca trail with which all tourists agree, is the state of the hygienic services in each camp. Incas Path, aware of this inconvenience, decided to include portable chemical toilets […]

Tricks to Combat Altitude Sickness

Tricks to Combat Altitude Sickness; During a Hike or Trip to Machu Picchu. If you have ever hiked the Inca Trail, the Salkantay Trek, the Rainbow Mountain, climbed Kilimanjaro, or even if you have reached the base camp of mount Everest; you might be familiar with altitude sickness. It’s a common ailment, researches show that 30 percent of people show […]

Hiking The Inca Trail

8 reasons to encourage you to hike the Machu Picchu Inca Trail Although, we have many options or trails to get to Machu Picchu, there is a route that is the most preferred among travelers; we refer to the Inca Trail Hike to Machu Picchu. This excursion is a challenge, traveling approximately 45 km, hiking for 4 days is a real […]

Machu Picchu Citadel

Machu Picchu: Updated Guideline The citadel of Machu Picchu is one of the seven wonders of the modern world and is listed as one of the 50 places to visit before you die. It is among the 5 most interesting and beautiful archaeological complexes in the world and is by far the most visited place in Peru. The lost city […]

Cusco Travel: Updated Guideline

Cusco Peru: Updated Guideline Cusco, the main tourist destination in Peru and one of the most important in the world. It offers its visitors, in a unique and spectacular way; a rich historical and monumental legacy, located in a territory of mountains and multicolored valleys, lush forests and jungles, beautiful lagoons and rushing rivers. The department of Cusco is considered […]

Floating Uros Islands

Floating Uros Islands: Updated Guideline Small platforms of totora stand out among the intense blue of the Peruvian part of Lake Titicaca. They are the artificial floating islands of the Uros. An ancient people that lives in small communities in the middle of the highest navigable lake in the world. The yellowish islets on which these inhabitants raise their houses […]

Millpu Turquoise Waters

Turquoise Waters of Millpu: Updated Guideline If you are thinking of traveling to Peru, Ayacucho can become one of the destinations to enjoy one of the hidden gems of this wonderful country: the Millpu natural turquoise waters. The Millpu turquoise river, made up of around 20 natural wells, is located in the community of Circamarca in the department of Ayacucho. […]