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Beyond Machu Picchu: 5 Must-Do’s in Peru
On my way in February. Thanks for the tips. Carlos, Peru is known for great food. Three of the top 50 restaurants in the world are in Lima. Chicha in Cusco is considered good.
I enjoyed the glass train ride from Cusco to Machu Picchu. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. May 19, March 11, Dax Nair 3 Comments. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Google. You may also like Reply Carlos, Peru is known for great food.
The Andean condor is the largest flying land bird in the world.
Their wingspan can reach 10 ft. Looking like a large black vulture, the bird of prey is a symbol of many countries in South America and plays an important role in the folklore and mythology of the region. It is based an old Incan tradition to honor the sun god Inti. The festival lasts for nine days and is filled with colorful dances and processions, as well as animal sacrifices to ensure a good crop season.
Admire the historical relics and then step outside to purchase handicrafts in the surrounding shopping area. A town located outside of Cuzco, Ollantaytambo can be reached by train or car. Once the heart of Incan civilization and a major war stronghold, there are many Incan buildings to admire to get a glimpse into their world of empirical conquests.
Another name for this city is La Ciudad Blanco as many of the buildings were constructed out of white volcanic rock. Two silent volcanoes sit on either sides of the city, a picturesque beauty great for outdoor lovers. A culture that pre-dates the Incans, you can visit the Uros settlements on the floating islands of Lake Titicaca and Bolivia. A group with interesting mythology, the Uros believe they are the owners of the lake and have black blood since they don't feel the cold. Local totora reeds are used to create their woven islets as well as being their main food staple.
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It's up to you, inquire as you wish, and enjoy your adventure! I could not have made it through the trek if it wasn't for him.
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His energy and enthusiasm kept me going and his knowledge of the Incan history was amazing. I learned so much from this trip and it was truly a life-changing experience. I can't thank Rony enough for his support and kindheartedness throughout the whole experience.
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For someone who does not know more than "Hola" and "Adios" it was very helpful to have Rony with us to help get around and translate for us he even taught me some spanish! Learned a little Quechua too but that language is way too hard to remember can't even try to repeat let alone type! Rony was recommended from a co-worker who also used him on a trek and we couldn't have been happier with him and thankful for the recommendation. We are lucky to have someone who we trust that we can always go back and see in Peru. We've already planned a trip back in and plan to have Rony take us back to the Sacred Valley and to Pisac and show us more of Cusco.
Top 10 Things to Do in Peru Beyond Machu Picchu
I highly recommend Rony for everyone, unless your trip is scheduled over my trip and in that case you can find your own tour guide: Hope this was helpful! TripAdvisor staff has removed this post because it did not meet TripAdvisor's forum guidelines with regards to off-topic chat.
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