Nazca Lines Location 

The Nazca Lines are ancient geoglyphs located within the Nazca desert and they stand out for being composed of figures that have different designs within the earth's surface. These shapes can be geometric, zoomorphic and fitomorphic and extend over an area of ​​450 km². The lengths of these impressive figures range between 50 and 300 … Continue reading  Nazca Lines Location 


 Lares trek difficulty 

Lares trek is not as long as the Classic Inca Trail tour, because it covers about 33 kilometers, but requires an adequate capacity for physical resistance, a mental attitude patient and practical at times. It includes several sections of ascent, but also of descent, it must be prepared for the cold, but as we approach … Continue reading  Lares trek difficulty 

Inca Trail History

The exquisite architecture of the massive Inca stones structures, the formidable backdrop of steep sugarloaf hills, and the Urubamba River winding far below have made Machu Picchu the iconic symbol of Peru. It´s a mystical city, the most famous archaeological site in South America, and one of the world´s must-see destinations. Inca Trail History Roads … Continue reading Inca Trail History

 How difficult is hiking the Inca Trail

The magnificent route of the Inca Trail is one of the best adventure alternatives you can choose to reach the enigmatic citadel of Machu Picchu. Because it is one of the best and recognized routes in Latin America to make the amazing walk along the emblematic ancient route of the Inca civilization. But how difficult … Continue reading  How difficult is hiking the Inca Trail

Choquequirao Trek without guide

Choquequirao is considered the last Inca refuge, it resisted for decades the Spanish conquerors after 1536. It is located in the Vilcabamba Valley, it is located on top of the Apurimac canyon that is the deepest in the world, at an altitude of 3,030 meters above sea level, between the Andean mountains and jungle. This … Continue reading Choquequirao Trek without guide

The Pisac Market in the Sacred Valley

40 minutes from the city of Cusco at the eastern end of the Sacred Valley of the Incas is the small town of Pisac , and for some time its popularity has grown enormously, not only thanks to its archaeological complex, but also to its beautiful craft market; But why is the Pisac market so … Continue reading The Pisac Market in the Sacred Valley


Ollantaytambo was one of the towns that entered under the dominion of the Incas, during the government of Inca Pachacútec, the ninth governor of the Inca dynasty; When Ollantaytambo became the domain of the Incas, the city served as an important control post; According to the Inca laws, these lands were reserved for the dynasty … Continue reading Ollantaytambo