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Off-the-beaten-path trekking in Peru
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By Ariana Svenson, Apus Peru Co-founder There used to be just “one” trek to do when in the Cusco region, the 4 day Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, which ends at the famous Sun Gate overlooking Machu Picchu.  Due to a permit system that protects the stones of the ancient Inca Trail and ruins along  the way, the trail is booked out months in advance and visitors who miss...
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Visitors encouraged to buy Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu entries early to avoid missing out!       Several weeks ago, the Peruvian government unexpectedly announced changes to Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu entry policies.  In part, this was in response to UNESCO´s requirement for a cap on the number of visitors to the site, designed to limit damage to the site.   Beginning in mid-July, entry to Machu Picchu has been restricted...
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  So I finally have post number two ready to go!  This past week visitors and locals in Cusco have been traveling to Paucartambo for Virgen de Carmen, one of the most exciting festivals of the year.  Here is some background information: Paucartambo is small town about four hours east from Cusco on the road to Manu National Park. It most famous for one massive festival: Virgen del Carmen, which takes place over...
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In this post, past Apus Peru team member Amanda Zenick describes her experience of the Qoyllur Rit’i Festival, an extremely special and increasingly famous Andean festival in the mountains of Peru. What is the Qoyllur Rit’i Festival? “Imagine tens of thousands of Peruvians, the majority indigenous, dressed in a range of amazing costumes, all converging on to a mountain top sanctuary for three days of non stop dancing, singing, praying, the...
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