Arco Iris Del Puente Lodge

Address: On the Walking Trail to Salt Mines of Maras, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, CUSC01, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on On the Walking Trail to Salt Mines of Maras, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Urubamba

    Machu Delta Picchu... obviously.

    A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jun 15, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... short because of the threat of the Spanish. They never found it, though. We always refer to this as the biggest remains of Incan civilization left, however, the term Inca was only ever used in the singular for the King, who lived in Cusco. Cusco was considered the most important place, and the 2nd class citizens lived in Machu Picchu. When the Inca, or the King, came to visit Machu Picchu twice a year, he was transported there via the Inca Trail, so named ...

    Day 327: The journey to Urubamba, Perú

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jun 01, 2015

    3 photos

    Yesterday, Ellie and I woke up early, got some food at the market, and then headed out from Aguas Calientes for our 2 hour walk along the train tracks to Estación Hydroelectrico. From there, we shared a cab with three Argentinians to a small town called Santa Maria, where we caught a collectivo that would take us to our next destination, Urubamba, Peru, another cool little city in the Sacred Valley with ruins and an indigenous vibe. ...

    Day 4 Inca trail and Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by sbernander on May 27, 2015

    30 photos

    ... 1 hour trek to the sun gate over more Inca flats (walking cliff side up and down a bit, but relatively easy comparatively). We went up the "gringo killer" wall and one last hill and made it to the sun gate.
    I can't explain the feeling that rushes over when we finally got our first glimpse of Machu Picchu. All the hikers were cheering and celebrating, congratulating each other on making it. Exhilarating. Stunning. And..... no ...

    Machu Picchu and Huayanu Pichu

    A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Apr 25, 2015

    11 photos

    ... ones on her go pro that took pictures every minute. We wanted to do some more exploring and taking pictures as we had gone from important spot to important spot in our tour and didn't get to wander in and out and around. There were way less people on the site and the sun had returned so we got some amazing pictures! We made our way up to the guard house which is the best place to take pictures and just happens to be waaaaay up ...

    Machu Picchu, the perfect birthday present

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 03, 2015

    4 photos

    ... hoards of people up and down. Throw in the roughly $40 entrance fee to the park and this wonder of the world is cleaning up from tourism. It's disappointing to think that due to the movement of the land below, the park is sinking 5cm a year and in risk of being shut down to avoid dangers and losing the ruins. But what shocked us the most, was that a few years back, a few ruins were knocked down in the Incan courtyard so the queen of Spain could be flown in via helicopter for a ...