Why You Want to Spend Longer in the Peruvian Amazon

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Jenn Miller’s spent two-weeks exploring the Amazon Rainforest in Peru. She’s seen parrots licking clay, searched for ironwood tree seeds, and spotted caimans. You could do it all in two days, but she thinks you should take as much time as you can and slow down. Here’s why.

Peru’s Hidden Adventure Tourism Gems

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Beyond the well-trodden Inca trails to Machu Picchu, Kayla Washko recommends five little-known adventure tourism destinations throughout Peru.

The Step-by-Step Guide to Visiting Machu Picchu

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Each year travelers from around the globe flock to Machu Picchu, Peru’s “lost” Inca city, some seeking adventure, others seeking a more spiritual journey. Returned from trekking the World’s Eighth Wonder, Hope Tarr shares her ten steps for getting the most out of your trip.

Archaeological Anomalies in Peru

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History books tells us one story about our past, but archaeological evidence present a whole new story. Richard Oldale explores Peru and digs up six historic sites that don’t fit with what we are told.

Exploring Peru’s Sacred Valley of the Incas by Car

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Most people go the Sacred Valley either by train to Ollantaytambo or by bus on an organized tour, but if you take the trouble to do it on your own, you will find that it is worth the effort.

Remembering the King of Pop – Huanchaco, Peru

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Carlie Sorosiak has a tough time adjusting to life on an archaeological dig in Peru, but Michael Jackson’s songs help ease the transition.

Nine Reasons Why You Should Go To Peru as a Senior

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Don’t let retirement make you think you’re too old to hike the Inca Trail in Peru! David F. Haas shows you that you can.

Exciting Edibles in South America

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Moth larvae, pig hearts, cow nostrils, mouth-numbing soups and cute and fluffy guinea pigs. Ever wondered what they taste like? Alice Forrest has found out on an adventure through Peru and Brazil.

Livin’ La Vida Coca: Mountain Biking the Inca Trail

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It’s estimated that there are over 30,000 km worth of bike-worthy trails in Peru, remnants of the Inca Empire’s massive roadbuilding projects. Mike Brcic shares his story of travelling to remote Peru with two-wheeled steed in tow, fueled by coca and adrenaline.

Sand Surfing in Peru

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Travel writer, Diane, explains the experience of sand surfing on the dunes in Peru.