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An Overview Of Machu Picchu

Visiting Machu Picchu: 5 things You Must Do

Visiting Machu Picchu is high on the list of travelers from around the world. Not only was it awarded UNESCO World Heritage site status in 1983 but Machu Picchu made the list of Wonders of the Modern World in 2007. What that means today is that visiting Machu Picchu is never going to be a solitary experience. In fact (too many) travelers see it as a rite of passage leading to visitor numbers exceeding 5,000…

It Pays To Stop Looking At Your Feet

The Superb 8 Day Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu

Have you ever heard of the Choquequirao trek? I had not until I spent some time looking through active vacations on the G Adventures website. I don't know how this superb 8 day trek slipped by me. I'm familiar with the other three treks that deposit you at Machu Picchu; the Inca Trail, the Salkantay trek and the Lares trek. But the Choquequirao trek is the only one I'd recommend, now that I've done it.…

An Alternative to the Classic Inca Trail – The Lares Trail

The classic Inca Trail in Peru is undoubtedly one of the world's most famous hikes and, while it certainly deserves its reputation for being an amazing place to walk, this has resulted in large numbers of people heading to the destination for the chance to trek to Machu Picchu. If the idea of hiking along this route with lots of other travelers puts you off a bit you'll be pleased to learn there are many…

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