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Preparing for you trek

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Giving you the best trekking Peru has to offer Everyone agrees, the Choquequirao to Machu Picchu trek is some of the best trekking Peru has to offer. Enjoy a wonderful hike through the high, isolated Andes, visiting amazing Incan ruins along the way. Don’t believe us? Read these client reviews! My Review of the Choquequirao...
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Off the beaten path treks
Top 6 Alternative Treks to Machu Picchu Every year, Inca Trail permits sell out faster and faster. In order to ensure a spot on this most famous Peru trek, you better think about booking 6 to 8 months in advance. Not a plan-ahead kind of person? Never fear! There are a lot of amazing alternative treks...
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As you get fit and cross off your packing list, don't forget these important things as you prepare for a trek in Peru!
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Preparing for a trek in Peru can seem daunting, but we've got you covered! Here are some of our top tips.
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Sacred Valley Peru
Nestled into a hillside alongside the roaring Urubamba River and with the craggy mountains of the Sacred Valley as a backdrop, the Belmond Rio Sagrado property is beautifully placed for those looking for a serene getaway, located halfway between Machu Picchu and Cusco.     Rio Sagrado means ‘Sacred River’ in Spanish and the connection...
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The name, Sol y Luna evokes a connection with the stars, sun and moon which in turn reminds us of the Incan connection with the heavens.  The Incas believed that the Sacred Valley was a reflection of the Milky Way and with warmer climes, lush vegetation and flowers; the Sacred Valley was literally heaven on...
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Even for experienced campers and trekkers, a trip in the Andes is often a unique experience with new challenges.  Here are a few ideas and suggestions to take into consideration as you prepare for your trek! Altitude can greatly influence how you feel and what you are capable of. Depending on how long you are in...
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With this week being the annual registration period for licenced Inca Trail operators, we thought we could offer a little advice when choosing who to trek with. 1. Not all agencies are licensed tour operators: There are two types of companies that will sell you an Inca trail package: registered tour operators and middle men...
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My name is Matt, I work as a Travel Consultant for Apus Peru. I’d like to introduce myself as a new and regular blogger to report first-hand information on some of the Apus Peru treks and to obtain up-to-date relative trip information and experiences of the treks associated with Apus Peru. I am absolutely mad...
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To set the scene.. In the hills around Cusco, a walking distance of 10 minutes from Sacsayhuaman, there is a small village of no more than 50 houses. From the main square in Cusco it is around 20 minutes by car. In this beautiful location the owner of famous restaurants and hotels like the hotel Rupa...
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