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Back in a day's Sacred Valley was the heart of the Inca civilization and now it’s the tourism epicenter of Peru.
No doubt - Machu Picchu takes most…Show more
While visiting Peru, most likely you want to have active phone data plan to update your friends and family.
SIM cards in Peru are easy to use…Show more
- Unlike most other countries I've visited, in Peru I didn't apply for a tourist visa, the tourist visa here is just a form known as Tarjeta Andina de…
Traveling around Peru is reasonably safe and easy.
From boats to buses and trains, here are the best ways to travel around the magnificent country of Peru.
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Q’eswachaka is one of the last remaining of the Incan handwoven bridges across Peru - that once used to be part of the Incan road system.
- Every June…
Cruz Del Sur is a high-end bus service provider that serves most of Peru and even some international destinations. Here are some of the destinations served by the…Show more
- When I was here the internet was relatively good though figuring out how to get it was a bit of a problem at first. If you'll be visiting…
- Machu Picchu is an ancient Inca citadel within the Andes mountains in Peru. The nearest town from there is Cusco. Most tourists prefer operating to and fro Cusco…
- All official taxis in Peru are painted yellow and are generally in almost every part of town so you don't need to hustle to get one.
General taxi…Show more