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The Rainbow Mountains of Palcoyo: An adventure off the traditional tourist path.
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July 2, 2018July 5, 2018

The Rainbow Mountains of Palcoyo: An adventure off the traditional tourist path.

  Deep in the Red Valley (Valle Rojo) there rests a set of colored mountains, overlooked by the famous Ausangate Mountain.Those mountains are Palcoyo, accessible by a 3 1/2 drive from Cusco and a 2 hour hike. The rainbow mountains of the Andes have become incredibly popular among tourists, due to Vinicunca’s opening as an...

What was exactly were the mysterious circles of Moray?
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June 19, 2018June 19, 2018

What was exactly were the mysterious circles of Moray?

Just about 50 kms northwest of Cusco, you find an architectural marvel and historical curiousity. What was Moray? These mysterious circles built by pre-Inca cultures, stand 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 theories....

A Journey through Manu National Park
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October 17, 2017June 12, 2018

A Journey through Manu National Park

An Introduction A few months ago, I found myself living in Cusco, Peru. After getting used to the basic customs and essential culture of the country, I was presented with a chance to adventure through the jungle of Manu National Park. Recognizing this as a rare opportunity, I quickly accepted the offer; it was honestly...