Category: Peru

Three Weeks in Peru Itinerary

Three Weeks in Peru Itinerary

You've picked the right country! Peru is safe, developed, and boasts every type of terrain possible. Three weeks in this South American country is ample time to soak up the Peruvian culture without feeling rushed. Here is an extensive three weeks in Peru itinerary (which can be reduced or extended). an Three Weeks in Peru Itinerary -

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The Lares Trek to Machu Picchu Peru

Lares Trek to Machu Picchu

The Lares Trek to Machu Picchu is one of the alternative routes to the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. The Inca books up to six months in advance and only a certain amount of passes are available each day. As we didn't want to restrict ourselves to a date, we opted for an alternative. Initially

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Crossing the Border with Bolivia Hop

Crossing the Border with Bolivia Hop

After the ease of travelling through Peru with Peru Hop, it made sense to utilise its younger sister company, Bolivia Hop, for the next leg of our 18 month career break to travel the Americas. We'd heard horror stories about getting between the two countries but crossing the border with Bolivia Hop was a breeze.

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San Blas Spanish School, Cusco

The best advice I can give to people intending to travel South America is LEARN SPANISH! We did with San Blas Spanish School in Cusco, Peru. Why Learn Spanish for South America? Before we booked our trip to Peru, we were warned that some level of survival Spanish would be required so we signed up for

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Taquile Island

Taquile Island Homestay, Peru

A fellow traveller called Stefan (he’s Swiss and the most efficient person I have ever met) gave us sound advice, which we are going to pass on to you. When you arrive in Puno (or before) book into the Inka's Rest Hostel and sign up for the Taquile Island homestay (85 soles / £ 17.72 each)

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