Peru


Stomachs full after a hearty traditional Peruvian lunch, my husband Craig and I sat in the 12-passenger van and enjoyed the scenery as we chatted with Vidal (our guide) and Carlos (our driver). We …

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The Mantay Shelter in Cusco, Peru, experienced flooding this past year which damaged the bathrooms in the facility. Adventure Life provided funding for repairs to be completed in a timely manner. …

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Water damage from the flooding at Mantay shelterWater damage before repairs beginwater damage on the wallswater damage warped the wallsthe old showers with water damage

The Greenberg family decided to give back to the area they were visiting in Peru. They participated in a home restoration Volunteer Service Project in Cachicatta community. They continued their …

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The work begins with a lot of wheelbarrow trips of suppliesPatching up the siding of the homeThe whole family works together on the project

We began our tour in Peru on Lake Titicaca visiting the Uros floating islands the incredible hospitable Aymara people on Amantani Island. After taking a bus from Puno to Cusco and seeing amazing …

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Flying into Juliacadriving from Juliaca to PunoPunothe welcoming committeeon the floating islands

Trek through the Peruvian Andes

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Ever since I did a report on Peru in the sixth grade I've wanted to visit this remarkable Andean country. My love of Andean music, interest in the Incas and in the rainforest also fed my desire, over …

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The sky is blue and the intense Andean sun burns down on us, cooled by the high altitude and the wind. Our Quechua guide, Vidal, in a brilliantly-beaded ear-covering Peruvian cap, poses before the …

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PISAC and OLLANTAYTAMBO There’s a very good reason why all Sacred Valley travel adventures visit Pisac and Ollantaytambo, and we don’t miss either of these on our visit either! Every Tuesday, …

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Journey through the Sacred Valley Approximately 9 miles (15 Km) north of Cusco, Peru lies the Sacred Valley of the Incas. With an altitude nearly 2000 feet lower than the old Inca capital city and a …

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Four weeks to travel Peru is perfect and what a super destination. Old blends with new; high mountain terrain contrasts with the coastal plains; wealthy flower encrusted mansions give way to …

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After visiting Peru three years ago, I returned with my daughter to hike the Inca Trail.

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Biking through PeruExploring the cobbled streetsExploring the cobbled streetsExploring the cobbled streetsModern ruins?

69 LAKE - HUAYHUASH TREK Day 01: Huaraz – Cebollapampa (12 795ft/3900) – 69Lake (14 599/4450m) Day starts early at 7:00 am our private transport will pick you up from your Hotel after your …

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Santa cruz - 69 Lake Day 01: Huaraz - Cashapampa 2900m - Llamacorral 3760m From the hotel in Huaraz, we will aboard the minivan and driving along Callejon de Huaylas to Cashapampa village, where …

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Peru travels: 2010 Candelaria Festival in Puno -- enjoy pictures of folkloric festival with its traditional dances, costumes, music, and story-telling. Photos are courtesy of photographer Guido …

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Peru Travels - Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, Pisco, Ollantaytambo, Sacsayhuaman, the Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Moray salt mines and more. It is easy to understand why a tour of Peru is …

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The ruins of Machu PicchuOn the road to Pisac ruinsEntrance to PisacPisacTaking a break on the hike through PisacHiking to the ruins