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There are many touristic attractions that exist in the region and city of Cusco; ranging from archeological sites, to museums, to natural wonders. Luckily, there is a way to explore all of the most important sites in an economical manner – by purchasing the “Boleto Turístico del Cusco” (Tourist Ticket of Cusco). This article includes...
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que visitar en cusco en 4 dias
If you have few days to visit Cusco and its natural, historical and archaeological attractions – we have a proposal for you to be able to explore the most important things about the city and region. So, what is this proposal? Well, in 4 days you can explore the most In 4 days you can...
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tour valle sagrado inka
It is likely that the first thing that comes to mind when you hear about the Sacred Valley of the Incas, is Machu Picchu. This is valid to an extent, as one of the most iconic places in Peru and all of the Americas are the ruins of Machu Picchu. But the Sacred Valley has...
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Variedad y tipos de CAFE en Perú
Coffee is not only one of Peru’s highest economically returning products for export. It is also one of the reasons why many travelers come from all over the world to learn about production routes and the magic that exists behind a cup of Peruvian coffee. In Peru, there are many types of coffee; distinct grains...
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Machu Picchu por tu cuenta
The first thing you need to know is that you can go to Machu Picchu on your own. It is definitely possible to do so, but there may be certain risks and complications. Many people go to the archeological complex on their own, without having to hire a tour guide. However, the success of this...
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Los círculos misteriosos
Just about 50 kms northwest of Cusco, you find an architectural marvel and historical curiousity. What was Moray? This mysterious circles built by pre-Inca cultures, it stands as a favorite Cusco destination due to its ancient mystery and other-worldliness. Despite the visits it gets per year, the purpose of these structures is still limited to...
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Vinicunca
Rainbow Mountain (Vinicunca) is quickly becoming a popular attraction in Cusco Peru. However few who attempt it are aware of the reaches of its altitude. Vinicunca is at 5,200 m and is often done as a day trip. That means if you arrive by plane, you can almost go from sea level to the altitude...
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diferencias llama alpaca vicuña guanaco
One of the most common associations with the Andes of Peru (besides Machu Picchu) would be those long-necked critters known as Llamas, and of course Alpacas. However their relatives both the vicuñas (vi-koo-nyas) and guanacos (gwa-nah-kos) are a little bit less familiar.  All of these animals of the Andean landscape are known by their family name, Camelids which...
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Llama or Alpaca encounter in Peru
The herds of Llamas and Alpacas cover the Peruvian Andean mountainsides. Their shepards often will watch over them as they eat and play together, spending all day in relative safety.  These animals have always been a part of Peruvian identity, from when the Incas lived in Machu Picchu to current times. Find out where to...
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Peru Poop Coffee
Peru is a fascinating place. The biodiversity in this country is immense, and Peru is renowned internationally for it’s agricultural exports. In coffee alone, Peru ranks in the top 10 exporters worldwide! With so many animals and so many crops, a few farmers decided to get a bit experimental and combine the two. Introduce the...
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