Amaru Valle Hotel

Address: Jiron Grau s/n , Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 1, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jiron Grau s/n , Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Urubamba

        Bustocht naar Cusco

        A travel blog entry by wilhelminarj on Jul 29, 2016

        We werden vanochten vroeg wakker, 5:45, omdat we al om half zeven opgehaald voor de 10 uur durende bustocht naar Cusco. We hadden weinig tijd want Charlotte haar rits van haar koffer wilde niet helemaal dicht. Gelukkig waren we net op tijd klaar en zaten we om half zeven in de taxi naar het busstation. Bij het het busstation werden snel geholpen en …

        Jungle Trek

        A travel blog entry by tim.quaye on Aug 01, 2014

        15 photos

        ... through a village abandoned and moved due to flooding, the mountains, the highlight of which was a 1 hour stretch along an Inca trail, before finishing up in some thermal baths.

        Obviously the day wouldn't be complete with a couple of obligatory stops at Monkey Houses for refreshments. A Monkey house being where some women sells drinks and other wares and has a monkey tied to a pole somewhere to entertain the tourists, typically you need 1 hour ...

        Un rey, el Sol y Condóres

        A travel blog entry by kef on Jul 13, 2014

        6 photos

        ... it for over 2.5 hours added a feeling of pride and satisfaction when finally arriving on top of the world overlooking the clouds and dozens of mountains.
        To sit on the edge of Machu Picchu Montaņa was to look down on the world, it almost felt divine. Sitting on the edge and stare down on the ruins was a feeling I will never forget; a mix of adrenaline and awe, something that no one should miss in their life.


        Bucket List 1, 2, 3

        A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc on Jul 07, 2014

        2 comments, 1 photo

        ... to not look over the edge...yikes... but again through the jungle and the clouds were so mystic as they draped the beginning of our trek in the morning and hid much of the beauty and wildlife of the jungle. I went trekking through the jungle in Peru, I! After 4.5 hours of trekking and an hour and a half in a small van, we arrived at the campsite for the third night. Apparently this is where a late party was going to happen with all the other trekking groups ...

        In the footsteps of the mighty Incas

        A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 16, 2014

        89 photos

        ... to the mountain. The city's name, and true purpose, is actually not known to this day, although it is apparently theorised that it may have been built around 1450 as a private estate for the Incan emperor of the time, Pachacuti. The city's inhabitants are thought to have died out from smallpox or a similar illness brought by the Spanish conquistadors, who appear to have never made it to the site. Our guide mentioned that the site had actually ...