El Huerto Paraiso Sacred Valley Lodge
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... ones and that was just one less thing we had to worry about. When we got to the top, our guides took us to a spot for picutures and then gave us a two hour tour of the grounds. Through our tour there was so much that we learned. I've recapped some of the key points below: - Machu Picchu is located in the Vilcabamba mountain range and is about 2,400 metres above sea level - the original name of the city is unknown but the name of Machu Picchu has ...
... going up, but it had started raining and the steps being well
worn were very slippery, every now and then you’d hear Jonny yelp where he’d
almost fallen over. Luckily we were only on this trail for just over an hour
when we arrived at our lunch spot. It was 2pm and after such a gruelling
morning this was not only our lunch spot but thankfully our camp for the night
also. Out camp was in a nice spot, beside a fast flowing river and with a view
... BC, Cowina, Ellison and Joe. All five less than half our age! Interestingly both Matt and Dana work in market research but Dana had just started working for Gadventures head office.
Our morning was one of those hurry up and wait affairs. We rushed to get up, our bus was late, we rushed to the airport and stood in an incredibly long line for an incredibly long time before getting our boarding passes and luggage checked. We rushed to the gate only to find that all the flights ...
The Inkaterra Hotel has tours of the complex for guests and before I caught the train back to Olltaytambo and the bus to Cusco I went on an orchid and nature walk. Through the grounds and along the river it was a peaceful oasis in the middle of the tourist hub of the city. There are - 350 species of orchids 18 hummingbirds And a sacred rock with carved symbols. Plenty of pictures and the bird feeders had many hummingbirds feeding and flying around and fighting. Lol I ...
... you are on low budget. We also get our first glimpse of Machu Picchu, but very very little is visible. The whole purpose of building the Lost City of Incas in the heights is so that is was not easy to be found.
Around 4-ish we get to Aquas Calientes or Machu Picchu Pueblo as it is referred to sometimes. This is the nearest town to MP and most people have to sleep here one night as it is not possible to travel from Cusco the 4 hours and still have enough time to explore the whole ...