Hotel and Spa San Augustin Urubamba

Address: Carretera Cuzco Pisac, Km. 69 , Urubamba, Sacred Valley, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Carretera Cuzco Pisac, Km. 69 , Urubamba, is near Playa la Ropa, Playa Las Gatas, and Playa Madera.
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Travel Blogs from Urubamba

Journey to the Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 06, 2015

10 photos

... into steep valleys with villages and small rivers nestled at the bottom. To add even more interest, many slopes have Inca terraces built into them. I hope I have some photos to do it justice; the country is gorgeous. We passed thru the village of Pisac, where for the first time we saw the older women in traditional dress of leggings, gathered skirt, bright shawl, and tall hat. There were cattle scattered about, not in pastures, but by the ...

Inka Jungle Trek - Stezka Inku Dzungli

A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Feb 27, 2015

1 comment, 51 photos

... ata, oni se proste procházejí kde se jim zachce. Po oběde tura začne byt trochu jednodušší. Porad jdeme okolo té samé reky a několikrát ji také překročíme. Poprvé jdeme přes starý most, který se hrozne houpe a občas tam chybí prkno. Úplně vidíš jak se mění vyraz v obličeji par holkám v naší skupině. Jenom kdyby věděli, co nás ještě čeká. Carlos nás upozorňoval, ze si budeme muset vzít ...

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 12, 2015

... carriage. He pushed in the queue in front of us (he was of course at the station 5 paces before us!)

This is the crack-of-dawn train to Machu Picchu Pueblo (formerly known as Aguas Callientes) the tourist trap town at the bottom of the valley near the famous Inca ruins we call Machu Picchu. Surprisingly, considering the queues, it wasn’t packed. We got on, Martina put her head on my shoulder, I put mine on her head and we slept for half an hour.

The sun came up, ...

10 hours Trek

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Jan 16, 2015

5 photos

... in changed too purple in the light. The final Incan ruin of the day was Phuyupatamarka, a series of platformed terraces for crops. You would think they would find a flat area but apparently the Incas always built on sloped land to prevent floods. They were very impressive. Some idiot did a handstand facing the edge, toppled over and fell down to the next ledge! He seemed ok but it could have ended a lot worse! We then had a short hike left before we reached the campsite, we ...

There is No Place Like Home (Day 52)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 01, 2014

4 photos

... there was a steep set of stairs that everyone was taking slowly. In a Tylenol and Advil induced rage, I decided to power through them 3 steps at a time and just get it over with. I think that was about the only time I displayed any sort of energy today. We made it to the Sungate, but unfortunately we couldn't see anything as Machu Picchu was covered in clouds below. It was at this point when it also started to rain. The next 45 minutes were spent hiking down ...