--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Peru A hungry and happy group of trekkers after conquering the Inca Trail's Dead Woman's Pass
A hardy hike deserves nothing less than some hardy food -- and on our Inca Trail treks you'll get it; … We received the most charming holiday card in the mail last week from our travelers, Sandi and Joe Costa, who joined us on a custom Peru adventure in October. And while I'd like to take credit for … Great alternative to Classic Inca Trail - the Cachiccata Trek
With Inca Trail passes filling up 3 months in advance (sometimes even faster during peak travel months) the last-minute Peru trekker … Peru's ultimate comfort food: Causa Rellena.
Roughly 3500 different varieties of potatoes grow in the Peruvian Andes. There is no limit to the number of dishes that these carb-rich spuds can … Taste pisco and learn about its origins, production, and recipes at a historic tavern in Lima
Try ceviche, a popular mainstay of Peruvian cuisine found in restaurants in Lima and Cusco.
What … For our second post, here are photos of an annual dinner that we hold for our wonderful guides in Cusco. The dinner was held at Inka's Grill and later the festivities hit the Cross Keys Bar.If you've … As anyone who has experienced Peru travel will tell you, the country is rich in ruins and ancient mystery. Archeologists have only scratched the surface of discovery in many areas. A recent itch: the … Located in the southeastern part of the Andes, Cusco is Peru's main tourist destination and one of the most important in the Americas. Known by the Incas as the "home of gods", Cusco became the … Pisco is a place blessed by nature. There are plenty of beautiful, clean beaches in the middle of a vast expanse of desert, with varying climates throughout the year. The contrast between desert and … Peru offers an unbelievable synthesis of festivals and celebrations varying from Christian traditions to ancestral rites, carnivals, dance contests, and grape harvest parties.
Peruvians like to … The Tambopata National Reserve (TNR) is part of a 3.7 million acre reserve in southeastern Amazonian Peru created in 1990 by the national government working in partnership with local grassroots and … Happy trekker at the top of Huayna Picchu Peak
Hiking the ruins of Machu Picchu itself can be enough for some travelers. But there are some amazing peaks to trek while at the ruins -- and offer a … Patagonia Hike in Torres del Paine -- Hello Gorgeous!
The remoteness of Patagonia' Torres del Paine allows the park to continue to boast its incredible pristine environment and natural beauty. … Local Peruvian women selling medicinal plants
Traveler, M.J. Holliday, shares her experiences at the bustling and sometimes bizarre witches' market, in Cusco, Peru.
By M.J. Holliday
Five … Healthy Breakfast: Volunteer Program in Peru's Cachiccata Community
Bloggers and globe-trekkers, The Lost Girls talk with Adventure Life president, Brian Morgan, on travel's delicate two-way … Trekking the Inca Trail in Peru
Hiking Dead Woman's Pass - Day 2 of the Classic Inca Trail trek
The legendary ruins of Machu Picchu
Inca Trail guides and … Peru is synonymous with mountains. Seen from above, Peru's territory resembles a colossal sheet of wrinkled paper. The reason is the presence of the magnificent Andes that, like a giant backbone of … I have just finished checking with the world's experts on tropical forests and have concluded that without doubt the watershed of the Candamo River and the immediately surrounding areas of tropical … In order to view the Tambopata Research Center clay lick it is necessary to cross the river at dawn in one of our motorized canoes and find a good spot on the rocky beach in front of the clay lick, … Peru is home to some of the highest peaks in the Andes and the best trekking routes in the world. These spectacular circuits wet the appetites of hiking enthusiasts everywhere and have become an … In Peru, one in four mothers is under the age of 18. These are alarming numbers, especially when the majority of these young mothers lack the resources, education and support to raise their … Just an hour away from Cusco, the Urubamba Valley, or Sacred Valley of the Incas, is a setting of picturesque communities, impressive terraces and many important archeological sites. Dominated by the … The Tambopata Research Center is a spartan yet comfortable 13 bedroom lodge built to accommodate Peru travelers and researchers alike while protecting the adjacent macaw clay lick. Because of its … To tip or not to tip – or what to tip! Questions regarding tipping etiquette are some of the most common concerns travelers have when visiting a foreign country. To make matters even more …
Questions? Feedback? powered by Olark live chat software