My first time in Peru. Amazing country and so much outdoor to share.
Memory of a lifetime.
Inka trail was a must. Very fascinating, still slightly tougher than expected.
Tour operator was professional and very caring, no problems or issues during the trip.
Enough stops and services during the entire hike. Several stops ... Continue Reading
Comment perdre son genoux
1. Essayez de vous convaincre que vous pouvez le faire
2. Vous entraînez avant
3. Essayer de suivre le groupe sans réelle réussite
4. Être habituer à marcher sans pose
5. Avoir de bons repas à l'arrivée
6. Admirer le courage des porteurs
7. Les remerciées pour tout ... Continue Reading
The next tape: the Everest
Before the trail, it will be easy! I will flying like a condor up hill the step. First day! My illusion are intact and I m running like a puma.
Second day! I take conscience that Peru is discovering step by step with a heavy walk . I m break my wind! The serpent is back! ... Continue Reading
Una aventura espectacular que la estuve esperando desde hace mucho, me la habían pintado de muchas maneras pero otra cosa és cuando la vives directamente.
Realmente excitante de principio a fin, demanda mucho sacrificio si, pero vale la pena: gozar de los excelentes paisajes, las numerosas ruinas, ver las estrellas en la noche . Realmente increíble a ... Continue Reading
How to hate her best friend!!
1/ la laisser vous convaincre de faire un trail de 4jours au Machupicchu
2/ essayer de la suivre puis abandonner arrive a 3000 meters d altitude
3/ monter et descendre des marches Sans pouvoir admirer le paysage car des que vous arrivez le groupe repart .
4/ la voir courir tout le long du trek Alors ... Continue Reading
How to do to French people hate you
1: tell they about an awesome trek in Peru.
2: start walking, when you see that someone star crying you are in the good way.
3: make them climb 1200 meters in 3 hours if no one can breath you are doing excellent.
4: after climb down 3000 steps, show them the most amazing sky plenty of ... Continue Reading
Schöner und leichter als erwartet
Eine Reise nach Peru ohne Besuch des Machupicchu kam für mich nicht in Frage. Das berühmte spirituelle Zentrum der Inkas wollte ich unbedingt sehen.
Obwohl meine Fitness nicht gerade die beste war und ich mit 54 Jahren auch nicht mehr die Jüngste bin, buchte ich die Trekkingtour. Eine grossartige Entscheidung. Es war unbeschreiblich, beeindruckend schön.
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1. Day: leaving early in the morning we drove to the first checkpoint. Passing a bridge we started the adventure! Going up and down we enjoyed the first day with good weather.
2. Day: wow, this day was hard. But with a lot of breaks it was possible!! Arriving at our camp I just fell asleep :D I ... Continue Reading
The Salkantay trek was very fantastic and knowledgeable . My experience with guide Eloy and his team was magnificent, each day was truly an adventure.
Eloy's amazing knowledgeable at lake history and the regbar we covered was second to home . To do this tap with my wife and loved every imhute . The areas we covered ... Continue Reading
Good times on Salkantay
We decided to do the Salkantay trek instead of the Inca Trail because it was supposedly much more of a challenge. And that turned out to be true.
The altitude gets to you much more than you would think. Most people in our group had trouble adjusting to the altitude and had headaches and such. Apart from ... Continue Reading
The trek was pretty strenuous, but definitely worth it!. The views were beautiful and breathtaking.
I had a great experience with Hilton and his team. They were very accommodating and fun to be around with. Hilton and his team had a positive attitude and was always pleasant towards us considering the circumstances.
The food was better ... Continue Reading
I had a great experience overall! The trek was no joke. It was very difficult, but very rewarding at the end. Our guide, Hilton, was the best! He made sure we were doing okay throughout the hike, and was also very knowledgeable in the Inca culture. Our food was amazing! Every meal felt as if I was eating at a ... Continue Reading
Ten More Minutes
It definitely was a challenge, but our guide made it the most enjoyable adventure I've been on.
The "family concept" our guide came up with kept everybody working as a team and the toughest parts of the trek were doable by everybody in our group. What can you say about the education our guide gave us on the trail, ... Continue Reading
Family Camping Trip
When I first signed up to trek the Inca Trail, I had no idea what I was in for. It was my first time to Peru, to South America at all, and from start to finish, Inca Trail Reservations made my trip smooth and relaxing. Mabel was efficient and helpful in answering questions, booking my hotel, and arranging rides from ... Continue Reading
Potatoes, Slowpokes, and Ruins Galore!
While this was one of the most challenging things, I have done, Inca Trail Reservations made it clear and easy. Aside from a somewhat hasty orientation, everything was well planned, and since there were a lot of cities and modes of transportation, that made it so much easier for us.
In terms of trek itself, I was ... Continue Reading