My Photos : Amy Bergrud
Michael and I both loved many aspects of the Manco Multisport tour but also love cuisine and cooking, so Kassi and Ashley helped us plan a custom tour including our favorite aspects of both the Manco Multisport and the Cuisine Tours that are offered. A fabulous itinerary was now planned - all we needed to do was make sure that we were in shape to handle the Multisport portion of the trip and that we had all the gear we needed.
Read my journal : Manco Multisport + Peru Cuisine Tour
My Photos : Caryn Hanson
Every segment of our trip was top-notch. The weather was great, along with the food, the tours, the lodging, the transportation and the people. We made a stop at Mantay in Cusco to deliver peace pals and medical supplies. We were very impressed to learn that Adventure Life has a relationship with the shelter. Thanks to Milagros in Lima, we learned about the Mantay Shelter in Cusco. My friends and I knitted 26 peace pals to distribute to the mama and baby residents there. Mantay Shelter provides safety and education for abused teenage mothers and their children.After a break in and robbery of the computers and televisions, Adventure Life helped to heighten the brick wall and install electric protection around the shelter. It also helped to solve several plumbing problems in the bathroom. We all greatly appreciated having our own \'\'private\'\' tours. With just 4 of us, we could all fit into a van and could interact better with our guides. This kind of intimacy is not possible with a large group on a bus. We were able to stop for pictures and ask questions whenever we wanted to. Also we were able to drive to locations that a big tour bus could not reach, for instance the salt mines.Thanks to Adventure Life for giving us the opportunity to share with people in Peru.
Read my journal : Our Trip to Peru & Mantay Shelter
My Photos : Lynessa Nelson
Our Peru travels took us from Lake Titicaca to the Sacred Valley and the fantastic Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. We finished our Peru trip with a few days in Cusco. Good people, great food, inspiring culture and unforgettable landscape.
Read my journal : Peru trip 2010! Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca and more
My Photos : Cynthia N.
Our long-anticipated exploration of pre-European Andean culture was more informative and enjoyable than ever we could have imagined. Two very knowledgeable and agreeable guides made it so. Breathtaking scenery was the norm. The highlight and great surprise of the trip was the Colca Canyon. The sheer effort involved in cultivating such seemingly inhospitable land is awe inspiring.
Read my journal : Panoramic Peru - September 2010
My Photos : Len Meyers
With Kassandra\'s knowledge of the area and our requirements and dates, We felt like our Peru trip was tailored to our exact liking and it made for a fantastic, fabulous, wonderful, exciting and culturally and educationally informative vacation. No other travel company comes close to the private, tailored trip like we experienced. With Ashley\'s communication and cooperation and all the necessary documents needed and received on time made for a flawless and smooth trip. Many thanks to all the staff at Adventure Life and in Peru for making this a great comfortable travel experience, your knowledge and expertise was especially appreciated.
Read my journal : Travelogue for Peru, Ecuador and Galapagos
My Photos : MILAGROS POLO
Take a look at the extraordinary vistas of our Peru Manco Multisport tour. Enjoy the beauty and serenity of the countryside as you raft, mountain bike, hike and kayak along. This Peru tour filled with multisport options is a great way to discover the country!
My Photos : Chris Stanford
We toured around Peru from Cusco to Machu Picchu to Lake Titicaca and saw the rich culture and natural beauty of the country and its people. Our Manco Multisport Peru tour included rafting the Urubamba river, mountain biking Malaga Pass, hiking through the Pacamayo Valley, and a homestay on Lake Titicaca. An all around adventurous and packed Peru tour!
Read my journal : My Peruvian Adventure
My Photos : Noel Swanson
My philosophy has always been that life is too short to do things you don’t enjoy, and too short to be missing out on doing things you do want to do. That is why I built my business in the way I did – so that it would free me up to do what I want to do. Our Brazil and Peru tours were interesting - but huge. Everytime we went to a new place, it was a full day’s traveling.
Read my journal : Our Brazil and Peru Tours
My Photos : Harold Greig
Peru is a land where the sacred elements of earth, sky, water and fire all come together in a meeting of cosmic proportions. Above all else, it is a country of geographical extremes that is experienced richly as one travels through the diverse regions.
Read my journal : Panoramic Peru