Machu Picchu trek: The Salkantay route

During intense online research of the Machu Picchu trek that combines better with your style, or after you realized there isn’t longer permits for the iconic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu because it is so touristy and has limited access, you discover this exciting route… however, possibly you still feel undecided to do it. Let […]

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Climbing Machu Picchu Mountain

When you are preparing trip outlines getting from Lima to Machu Picchu or only in the Cusco to Machu Picchu route, doubts or confusions often arise, especially when you hear about options for climbing Machu Picchu. And this happens, since the majestic Machu Picchu Citadel has two spectacular mountains that are Huayna Picchu and Machu […]

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The best souvenirs to buy when visiting Machu Picchu

In your luxury Peru vacations, and especially when you are visiting Machu Picchu, you will come across a variety of interesting products or souvenirs for sale that you will wish to take as a gift for your family, friends or even for you only. Getting souvenirs on your luxury trip to Machu Picchu will be […]

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Your Machu Picchu visit in 2019

Machu Picchu is without a doubt one of the most popular destinations in the world, for some enough reason to visit Peru at all. The famous hidden Inca town features countless bucket lists and counts with thousands of visitors every day. Unfortunately, nowadays Machu Picchu faces the fate of overtourism. Therefore, the INC (Instituto Nacional […]

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How to plan a last minute trip to Machu Picchu

When it comes to planning our vacations for the year we do it sometimes months or even a year in advance. Flights, accommodations, tours and much more has to be ready when starting our holiday. The fear of horrifically high prices makes us wanting to go for the best price possible. Especially when travelling to […]

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Best time to walk inca trail

The most famous trek to Machu Picchu is undoubtedly the Inca Trail. With a 2-day, 4-day (which is the most popular) and occasionally even a 5-day hike this trek offers options for experienced and relaxed hikers as well as for newbies. Its heavy request is for a reason: While hiking on parts of the original […]

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