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Inca Trail Trekking Tips
INCA TRAIL SOLD OUT. Four words that anyone thinking of trekking in Peru dreads hearing. But should you really despair? Not at all! Just because Inca Trail permits have sold out does not mean that you can’t hike to Machu Picchu. There are so many alternative Machu Picchu treks out there, the right tour is waiting for you. > Check out the Best Alternative Treks to Machu Picchu that Cusco...
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Comfort Camping
What is Comfort Camping Long before we heard the term “glamping” even existed, we at Apus Peru innovated a Comfort Camping option so that folks could relax in comfort after a long, hard day of trekking. We include such amenities as a real camp bed, large tents for extra comfort, and even portable hot showers to freshen up after the trek. GET THE DETAILS: All you need to know about Comfort...
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Apus Peru Giving Back to the Community Apus Peru loves giving back to the community. One of the ways we do this is our annual Christmas Chocolatada. We celebrate this Peruvian Christmas tradition every year, bringing Christmas treats and gifts to remote Andean villages. This year (2015), although the weather wasn’t perfect, our hot chocolate, festive panetón bread, presents, and clothes were well received by the communities of Chupani and Chaullacocha....
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Chocolatada 2014
The Chocolatada: A Peruvian Christmas Tradition Christmas in Peru is full of fascinating cultural traditions, from paneton to the Santirantikuy to the Christmas Chocolatada. The Chocolatada in Peru is a wonderful way to spread Christmas cheer. Businesses and individuals bring cups of steaming hot chocolate, treats and gifts to those in need. For Apus Peru, the Chocolatada is one part of our commitment to giving back to the communities we trek...
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misty machu picchu peru
Contrary to what many believe, the best time to visit Cusco is not during the tourism high season. For a completely different experience of the Inca Capital and the surrounding areas, we recommend coming during the Peru rainy season. The rainy season in Peru lasts from about November through March, and of those months, February may be the best time to come. Why is February the Best Time to Visit Cusco?...
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