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We are introducing a new feature on the blog; a monthly posting featuring a Apus Peru staff member with a photo and brief interview.  Some will be people you meet in the office, or plan your trip with, and others will be staff you probably will never meet, but play in important role in the...
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A bit over a month ago, Apus Peru held its annual pollada.  Our pollada is both a fundraiser for Apus Peru-sponsored community events around the holidays and a chance for staff, family and friends to get together and have fun!  Reservations staff members Erika and Hilda, along with guides Urbano, Julio, Domingo & Jose prepare to serve....
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Apus Peru would like to take this opportunity to wish our clients, friends, suppliers and partners an enjoyable and fulfilling Christmas season. We would like to advise that we will be closed on the following dates, apart from clients that have pre-arranged appointments or are currently travelling in Peru and have a booking with us....
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A picture can say more than a thousand words.  We would like to thank Patty Hinz for her beautiful images of the Cusco and Sacred Valley region – which we have included here to whet your appetite for your Peru trip or stimulate great memories!
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In mid October  Apus Peru was awarded the Silver Q’ente Prize in the Adventure Tourism Travel Agent category. The Q’ente Prizes are the most prestigious tourism prizes in the Cusco region and are hosted annually by the Regional Tourism Board of Cusco.  Given the prestige of the awards, they are highly sought after amongst Cusco...
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Imagine telling your friends that you arrived at Machu Picchu on Christmas day! Apus Peru offers uniquely designed tours, so that you can delve into the rich Peruvian Christmas traditions, while also visiting Machu Picchu on Christmas –  a very special way to spend this 2012 vacation! “I try to think about what I would...
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Text and photos by Isaiah Brookshire I’m going to tell you a secret. Apus Peru employs wizards. It’s true – or at least I can’t come up with a better explanation of how a couple of guys with a dinky little two burner propane stove can concoct such amazing meals miles away from anything that...
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Photos and text by Isaiah Brookshire You have come to Peru. You have seen Machu Picchu, explored Cusco, and maybe even done a trek or two. Now you have a couple days to kill before you fly home, and are wondering what to do. Of course, this is Peru and the options are pretty much...
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Hello! This is Apus Peru Customer Service Manager Amanda Zenick.  I´ve just returned from our five day Vilcabamba-Machu Picchu trek, which was an amazing experience.  Vilcabamba is a very remote area; we didn´t see a single other trekker, and only a few locals during the entire trek.  The scenery was varied, and ranged from humid...
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Apus Peru likes to offer insights and learning as part of their Sacred Valley tours so you can understand about Peru’s varied and unique culture. Here, multimedia storyteller Isaiah Brookshire shares some stunning images from a ceramic making workshop. For a relaxing change of pace, consider a day of learning in Chichubamba. This unique community...
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