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 : Kristen Kidder
Although we\'ve been married for nearly three months, the giddiness of our wedding day returns the moment my husband, Cory, and I pass through security at New Jersey\'s Newark International Airport. After nearly a year of planning, we are officially on our honeymoon!
Read my journal : A Peruvian Honeymoon
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 : Helen LeMaire
Our Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca Adventure: Nothing prepares you for Machu Picchu, not pictures, descriptions, or words. Going to Machu Picchu has been a dream of mine for many years. Although I\'d read about the amazing accomplishments, the actual trip, with a fantastic guide whose name is Marco, brought this journey to life and gave it its due. This is a magnificent country, with vistas that defy imagination.
Read my journal : Our Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca 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 : Sandra Woerner
My Dream Trip to Machu Picchu: After months of planning and years of dreaming, my grandson, Zed, and I left the Austin airport around noon on Monday, July 12th, for Peru. It was a wonderful trip with no disappointments. Now, where am I going next?
Read my journal : My Dream Trip to Machu Picchu
My Photos : MILAGROS POLO
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 tour on the Salcantay Trek where they ended on the Inca Trail at Machu Picchu ruins.