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November 2012
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  Waking up at 4.30 in the morning is in the penultimate position of things that many people like to do. The last is to wake up at 4pm. Now Huayna Picchu has cost But that was the price until 1 year ago in matchu pitchu packages Huayna Picchu was the income without cost with...
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Peru is one of the 10 mega-diverse countries in the world Innova Travel offers Machu Picchu is highly recommended for their guides professional and passionate explanations of culture while exploring ancient Inca ruins, ecosensitive trekking through rural villages and fascinating insights into the life of the Sacred Valley and its bustling colourful markets of Pisac...
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Taking some time off from your routine work is very important for mental and physical health. Planning for a vacation with your family or friends provides rejuvenation, relaxation and recreation. Enjoying your vacation with a travel to peru . the first thing that come on mind is The Inca Trail to reach Machu Picchu Why Peru’s...
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Looking for a hotel in Peru, Hotels in Lima, Hotels in Arequipa as well as Hotels in Cusco in order to stay some days the first thing that come in mind is to make sure if the hotel have a good reputation as well as have a good reviews and if they look very well...
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If you are looking for a unique gift idea this season that extols the concepts of sustainability and pay-it-forward sentiments, we have some great suggestions for you. These gifts are quick and easy to organize, meaningful and will be well-received by anyone on your list. Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) Whale Adoption – Whale and...
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Kimpton Hotel in Seattle
How do you know when eco-certified travel is going mainstream? It is when customers and hotel chains both extol the virtues of certification and eco-labels. Earlier this year, a Canadian Travel Intentions Survey found that 25% of leisure travelers and 31% of business travelers said that a hotel with an environmental certification program was important...
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Before arriving to Cusco, all the travelers must know that Cusco lies at 3400 m.a.s.l and we have to care about the high altitude, specially if you are going to do the Inca Trail.  I want to give you some tips how to avoid the altitude sickness. High altitude sickness refers to a series of...
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My upcoming Peruvian Nature Photography Safari just got a whole lot more exciting!  One of our professional photographer-guides just took the most spectacular photo of Machu Picchu – and it’s spectacular! Watch the video of how this photo was taken and click to see this amazing photo.   Also contact us if you want to be a part...
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Infographic Sustainable Lifestyle 2
Think you can’t afford to live a much more sustainable lifestyle? That’s a popular misconception – as the demand of environmentally-friendly products has grown over the years, consumers have been conditioned to believe that green goods or eco products equate to more expensive merchandise. While this is not the case with most eco-vacations, as we...
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Torres del Paine Patagonia Chile
Patagonia is one of the world’s greatest natural treasures—admired for both its ecological significance and its extraordinary beauty. However, in the last 100 years, forest fires and human intervention have destroyed more than 7.5 million acres of pristine wilderness. One of the region’s worst fires occurred in December 2011, destroying 42,500 acres in Torres del...
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