Incaland Hotel Sacred Valley

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

To the beginning of civilization

A travel blog entry by lizrosa on Nov 05, 2015

30 photos

... views. We also got to stop at the local weaving cooperatives and learn about the Taquilenos, known for their fine hand woven textiles and clothing. About 2,000 Quecha-speaking people live here following the Inca creed of "Ama suwa, ama quella, ama llullav (do not steal, do not be idle, do not lie). There is no police force and problems are solved by elected community leaders. Obviously a reflection of their belief in honesty. To get to the main square there are over ...

The City in the Clouds

A travel blog entry by lizrosa on Nov 02, 2015

1 comment, 46 photos

... often on-going human use. Roughly 700 terraces carved into the mountain and fortified by granite walls help keep Machu Picchu stable. The rugged topography making some areas difficult to access has resulted in a mosaic of used areas and diverse natural habitats.

Our first view of Machu Picchu was a bit like seeing the Mona Lisa after looking at a picture of her for years. You know exactly what to expect, and at the same time, can’t quite believe that the ...

Jungle Story

A travel blog entry by lizrosa on Oct 27, 2015

1 comment, 20 photos

... tea with that is called para para. It is the jungle version of viagra and gives you an erection for 3 days. As if I wasn't hot enough just breathing!!! The locals refer to it as a stiffy stiffy leaf. That's all I'm saying about that!!! We learned about all the various other uses of various plants for indigestion, deworming, natural mosquito repellents, cooking and making of alcohol, specifically a tree they call the jungle willy. Have you guessed what that's used for? You got ...

Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Oct 15, 2015

11 photos

... at 9am and we drove to our first stop at the village of Chinchero, a traditional weaving centre. The guide walked up the slightly sloping street from the car to the building very slowly, making us think he was totally unfit but he explained he was walking at Peruvian speed, i.e. walking slowly to let the body adapt to the high altitude. Inside we were given some coca tea and treated to a display of spinning and dying both sheep and alpaca ...

Machu Picchu!

A travel blog entry by ali_wah on Oct 05, 2015

11 photos

Up at 3.30am this morning to be ready and in a queue for the trail to the sun gate. It opens at 5.30am and we were second to last in line. Humph. When we actually got to the front Cliser (one of our guides) took off in a run. I thought he was joking......but he wasn't! A few of us kept up for a good 20 minutes then the track was too narrow to overtake other people. The rest of our group caught up to us ...