Hospedaje Nusta Wasi

Tupac Inka Yupanqui , Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

The sacred valley of the Incas

A travel blog entry by ittakestwo


... the elements. They would also have to wait for us to go through before they were allowed.

At 5am the gates were opened, Percy asked us to steam ahead and warned us of other groups trying to push past using the porter warnings to hold us back. There were no porters this far along the trail. We all went at our fastest pace steaming ahead. There were no other groups in sight. It was a dusky daylight and probably really pretty but we didn't have time to stop ...

Lost City of the Incas

A travel blog entry by tarqdee


... the area, built a fort here since the site commanded an excellent view up and down the Urubamba valley and controlled the entrance to the Cusichaca valley. It is a simple descent down to the Cusichaca river. From parts of this trail there are great views of the Cordillera Urubamba (Urubamba mountain range) and the snow capped peak of Veronica 5860m. From here you'll get a great view over the extensive Inca ruins of Llactapata (also known as Patallacta on some maps). Llactapata ...

Exploring the Sacred Valley of the Incas

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... here in the back yard, assuming Coqui brought them down from the mountain yesterday for his llama trek he had organized with some tourists today, all proceeds going toward his Llama Project. The more the kids have learned about this project, the more compelled they feel to support it as well. Our rent for this week supports the project, but further, they have decided that this project, for them, is one which they understand to be good and important enough to be worthy of a portion ...

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by kbrady84


... hanging around the grounds which was pretty atmospheric. After a brief exploration of the ruins, we trekked the final 10 minutes of day 3, finally arriving to the camp site and eager to get out of my sopping clothes. I can't even put into words how much better I felt once I was in dry clothes - coupled with the fact that day 3 was in the books and tomorrow was the big day. My emotions were all over the place. After a few hours, I even got rid of my chill and I was in a way better ...

Trailing the Inka's to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... is dyed with flowers (yellow), leaves (greens), dried bugs (reds and purples) and cleaned with a root. The women spend their days between spinning the wool into yarn and weaving them into complicated designs. My mind boggles trying to figure out how they get a frog design onto a scarf with a few thread throughs. We visited Pisac which is a town with quite a large inca ruin above it. This was the first Inka ruin Adam and I had seen so were enthralled by it all. The terraces ...


This hotel, located on Tupac Inka Yupanqui , Aguas Calientes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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