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Things to do in Peru

Things to Do in Peru

Peru is probably one of the top travel destinations in Latin America. Host to the ruins of Machu Picchu and home of the Inca culture, Peru offer a tremendous opportunity to travel back in time and experience first hand nature, archaeological treasure and amazing food. Below, we have collected the top things to do in …

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Booking a Machu Picchu Tour

We are excited about the possibility of you joining one of our Machu Picchu tours.  In order to proceed we will need (mailed, emailed/scanned or fax) the following documents and information: Required Forms and Payment Signed Trip Application Form (click here to download) from each person traveling. If some group members are under age, legal guarding must sign. …

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Visiting Machu Picchu

When planning a trip to Peru’s most archeological site of Machu Picchu you must consider several items: From your international flights to Lima and then from Lima to Cusco to the passes to enter the Machu Picchu sanctuary or hike the Inca Trail. The best time to visit Machu Picchu is between May and September. …

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Getting to Machu Picchu

Planning your trip to Peru will not only be rewarding as you learn about the Incas, but will maximize your visit the the famous Inca’s sacred city.  Getting to Machu Picchu can be done by train or hiking the Inca Trail.  Below your will find a step by step process of planning your adventure.  To …

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Machu Picchu History

Learn about the great Manko Inka and the discovery of Machu Picchu in 1911.  If you are interested in visiting famous citadel, don’t hesitate to review our top 10 itineraries and Inca Trail hikes. Location of Machu Picchu Nowadays it is a Historic National Sanctuary, protected by the Peruvian Government by means of Law Nº …

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Machu Picchu Facts

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983, Machu Picchu is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. These Incan ruins are South America’s most visited tourist attraction.  Below you will find key facts that will make your adventure planning easier and more comprehensive. Click here to review all tours and Inca Trail hikes. Best …

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Compare Machu Picchu Tours

The table below will allow you to compare our different Machu Picchu tours. Our goal in creating each package is to maximize your exposure within your allow travel time. The choices are many, but we have crafted efficient and delightful itineraries. With respect to travel extensions, you can add the ones shown to any itinerary. …

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Compare Inca Trail Tours

Below please find a side by side comparison of our Inca Trail Tours. Depending on how much time you have to explore Peru, we have several options that will perfectly match your Inca Trail to Machu Picchu tour. Between the short or long Inca Trail, the decision is yours mainly based on your available time. …

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Single Llama in Machu Picchu Peru

Wiñay Wayna Ruins and Terraces

The ruins date to the mid-fifteenth century, developed during the times of Inca Empire. They are one of the must-see along the Inca Trail. It might have been a religious site, or a place for senior citizens or sovereignty to rest before touching base toward the end of the 26-mile voyage to Machu Picchu. The …

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Hikers doing the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Long or Short Inca Trail

There are many ways to arrive to Machu Picchu. One of the most popular ones is by hiking the Inca Trail. Over the years, the Peruvian government has implemented several steps to protect the delicate trail used by 100s each day. Today, the trek is limited to about 250 tourists per day plus their supporting …

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