Peru tours Archive

The Best Places to Visit in Peru: Machu Picchu and Beyond

Peru is an incredibly diverse country to visit if you don’t just rush through and check things off a list. It goes from desert to rainforest, volcanic ranges to the Andes, high lakes to deep canyons, and to the Pacific Ocean. Most tourists who come to Peru are concentrated in one area, so it’s not [&hellip

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When’s the Best Time to Cruise Along the Amazon River?

If you’re heading to the Amazon River region of Peru, what time of year should you go? Well this might not need to be a major consideration if your windows of opportunity are limited. In most destinations there’s a high season and a low season, which may or may not correspond to the months with [&hellip

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Get Your Built-in Peru Adventures With Explora Valle Sagrado

What if, by booking a certain hotel, you could have all of your adventure excursions taken care of in the land of the Incas, including a visit to Machu Picchu? What if you didn’t have to book a custom tour to do everything you want and you knew up front what all your expenses were [&hellip

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Know the Rules for Visiting Machu Picchu

As some famous sites reach the point of being loved to death, the preservationists need to work with the governing bodies to keep the crowds under control. After being named one of the 7 Wonders of the World a few years back and getting onto seemingly every person’s bucket list, the rules for visiting Machu [&hellip

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An Upscale Adventure River Cruise on the Amazon in Peru

Would you like to explore the Amazon River jungle area to see wildlife, but have a comfortable bed and an air-conditioned room at night? On International Expeditions river cruise aboard the Zafiro, you can get that plus fine food, a glass of wine, and a hot tub. When many travelers picture a journey on the [&hellip

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Trekking from Lodge to Lodge in Peru

In a sign of how time flies, it was a decade ago when Peru visitors got the first chance to trek from lodge to lodge on the Salkantay route to Machu Picchu. No tents, no camping, with a hot shower and a bed each night. Luxury Latin America was one of the first media outlets [&hellip

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