K'Uychi Punku Hostal

Address: Plaza Araccama K'uychiPunku # 6, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, 84, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Plaza Araccama K'uychiPunku # 6, Ollantaytambo, is near Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes) and Pisac Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Ollantaytambo

      On a coach & coach #2

      A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 10, 2015

      ... tops. They transferred our luggage. We embarked and hit the road again at speeds more like 50km/h going uphill. The TV screens came down. There were no earphones. Oh no, it’s loud, it’s rubbish, it’s just like the tripadvisor review I read. Oh well, my book was good: I could read J

      The full original journey was supposed to be 21hrs. We rocked up into Cusco at 5pm, having set off at 2pm the day before. It was nice to get off and ...

      Inca Trail - So much more than Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Jan 20, 2015

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... our guide walkie talkied through and we were told to kick on to our lunch spot. We had been told that today was mostly downhill however the climb that took us to our lunch and greatly appreciated rest stop was anything but down. Arriving sodden and well infront of the main group we dried off and warmed up with some hot drinks. With the rest of the group arriving and lunch served we had been stopped for almost 2 hours, knowing that we had already knocked 10km off the ...

      Machu Picchu Jungle Trek

      A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 11, 2014

      53 photos

      ... like they used to back in the Inka period. We then got shown how they produce coffee on the farm and also all the fruit and vege procucts they produce on the farm; mangos, pineapple, bananas, potatoes, corn, avacados and many more. When I say farm, their farm is on the hills in the middle of the jungle - pretty impressive. We then set out for our biggest day of walking; 16km. Part of the walk was along an actual Inka trail which was pretty cool. The first 30mins was ...

      Scaling Salkantay

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Nov 03, 2014

      ... they definitely give me the boost I need.

      Our first lunch really sets the bar high for the rest of the trip. It's a delicious 3-course feast of artistically presented traditional dishes. The cooks do an amazing job throughout the trek, not repeating the same dish once - the variety is incredible and the conditions they work in, i.e. up a mountain, in a shed-like hut, sometimes in the dark, doesn't seem to bother them whatsoever. One morning they even produce an ...

      Machu Picchu / Aguas Calientes, Peru

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 31, 2014

      72 photos

      ... and why wouldn't we go with a company someone had been with and would recommend. Whew, this story is long already! Here's the gist: Wayki Trek is one of the very few (seriously!) Peruvian owned and operated inca trail companies in Peru. They employ all Peruvian people and give back to the community in doing so. As a part of our 4 day inca trail we had a unique opportunity to participate in what's called the 'Wayki Experience'. We were a little uncertain at the time, but since being ...