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Peru is unspeakably beautiful, with some of the deepest, richest history anywhere in the western world. Machu Picchu is perhaps the place everyone in the world should see, as its stunning scenery and the story attached to it give one an intense feeling of appreciation. Coastal and mountains, dry deserts and rain forests, Peru has it all.

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Machu Picchu

Inca Trail


Lake Titicaca

Colca Canyon

Sacred Valley

Pisco Markets

Essential Information

Language: Spanish. It helps to know some basic Spanish questions, as many vendors and store owners may not speak English.

Currency: Peruvian Sol (PEN). PEN is currently a bit over 3 for 1 USD.

Power Adapter: In Peru the power sockets are of type A and C. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 60 Hz.

Emergency Number: 105 for Police, 117 for Ambulance

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Best Food In Lima Peru

By Justin & Tracy | January 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Peru has a proud culinary culture that dates back centuries, but it’s only recently that Peruvian food has begun to gain the recognition it deserves internationally. When visiting the country, there’s no better place to sample the national cuisine than in its thriving capital city, Lima. Lima is a captivating place in many ways. It’s South America’s second-largest city by population, and was once… Read More

Best Backpacking Destinations In South America

By Justin & Tracy | March 5, 2018 | 2 Comments

Perhaps you want to travel to the most beautiful places in South America, but have no idea which country or destination to choose. Perhaps you’ve seen the beautiful photos of Patagonia, Machu Picchu, or the Amazon, and simply can’t decide. Does any of this sound like you? In reality, the perfect South America itinerary will feature a little bit of all of this! South… Read More

Things To Do In Cusco

By Justin & Tracy | January 10, 2018 | 14 Comments

If you’re in Cusco, Peru, there’s another destination on your itinerary – Machu Picchu. However, you would be remiss in writing off Cusco as only a stop-over in your overall plans to climb the heights of Machu Picchu. Cusco is a casual, quaint, and charming city, full of wonder, history, and some of the kindest locals you could hope to find on your travels…. Read More

6 Things Traveling to Peru Taught Us About The World

By Justin | May 27, 2017 | 3 Comments
A Couple for the Road in Machu Picchu, Peru

As an American couple, traveling to Peru gave us an opportunity to experience something we hadn’t before. While Europe and various U.S. locations have provided travel opportunities that are different in many ways from what we’re accustomed to, in many other ways life on these trips is very similar to how it is back home. It’s a modern world, with all the conveniences of a first-world existence… Read More

Travel Peru: Machu Picchu and More

By Tracy | May 8, 2017 | 2 Comments

There is much to be said for utilizing American holidays for certain excursions, especially south of the Equator, where during North America’s wintertime it is quite appealing. Additionally, since no one besides the continental United States celebrates Labor Day or Thanksgiving, the travel prices are less expensive, yet the weather is perfect in places like Peru. We spent 9 days in this amazing country, and to be honest, I would take their… Read More

Avoiding the Travel Hangover

By Justin & Tracy | February 20, 2017 | 2 Comments

It’s something we all deal with, whether a nomad, backpacker, empty-nest vacationer or someone with an allotment of vacation days to use. It’s a commonality for anyone who wants to break free of the norm, which is really everyone. No matter how dedicated you are to what you do in your daily walk, we humans really aren’t built for monotony (though we deal with… Read More