Packing Essentials for Your Bucket-List Trip to Peru

Packing Essentials for Your Bucket-List Trip to Peru

One of the first questions on everyone’s mind when getting ready for a Peru luxury tour is what on earth to pack. Not to mention what may need to be purchased ahead of time. Whatever kind of packer you are, don’t wait until the last minute to pack for your personalized trip to Peru. Kuoda

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Your Winter Escapade: Why it’s the Perfect Time to Visit Peru

Your Winter Escapade: Why it’s the Perfect Time to Visit Peru

Contrary to what many believe, the climate in South America isn’t always sunny and hot, and nowhere is this truer than at an altitude of 10,826 feet (3,300 meters). January in Cusco and the Andean region of Peru means rain, rain, and more rain. However, there is more to Peru than just Cusco...

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The Best of Both Worlds: Adventure & Luxury Travel in Peru

The Best of Both Worlds: Adventure & Luxury Travel in Peru

One of the questions our customers most frequently ask is about how to combine adventure and luxury travel in Peru. The answer is that you’ll find these two travel styles often complement one another more than you might think, particularly in Peru. This country is a natural playground but also...

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Beyond Lima, Cusco, & of course Machu Picchu! Now Where Do I Go?

Beyond Lima, Cusco, & of course Machu Picchu! Now Where Do I Go?

Let’s say you’re planning a two-week vacation in Peru. Of course, you’ll plan to visit Machu Picchu and likely Cusco and Lima as well, but beyond these big-name attractions what are some other must-visit places to include in your personalized trip to Peru? How to Spend Week One Two of the...

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A First-Timers Guide to Peruvian Cuisine

A First-Timers Guide to Peruvian Cuisine

Here’s a round-up of some of the most common dishes you’ll encounter during your private Peru holiday: Cuy: Pet or Delicacy? Many travelers have heard about one particular Andean delicacy: Cuy (guinea pig). While most Westerners consider this rodent to be a pet, Peruvians enjoy eating it on...

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An Insider’s Guide to Machu Picchu

An Insider’s Guide to Machu Picchu

Most people have seen panoramic photos of this amazing Inca citadel. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983, the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu rests on a plateau set 7,972 feet (2,430 meters) above sea level between two peaks, Huayna Picchu and the higher Montana Machu Picchu. The...

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