Rio Sagrado Hotel

Address: Urubamba, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Urubamba

Journey to the Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 06, 2015

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... sometimes in the road, being driven. Never saw any herds the size of those in Africa. Even though we were supposed to be taking it easy as we acclimate to the altitude, the main activity today was a short but steep hike in the mountains above Pisac. The objective, aside from a chance to admire the scenery, was to view the Inca tomb-holes in a cliff face. They composed their dead into fetal positions, wrapped them up and stuffed them into the ...

Taking The Road of Kings (Day 49)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 28, 2014

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... Picchu. This is also where the original Inca trail is located. Our trail has been constructed by the locals to handle the masses of people who come here. Archeologists are still exploring some of the Inca sites we were able to see along the way. As we hiked, we saw our first relatively small site that is theorized to be a resting point for the Inca as they travelled from the jungle to Cusco. About an hour before lunch, we climbed up a steep ...

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Aug 25, 2014

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... it quickly which is why evidence was left as to how some things were built and what some things were used for.

Probably 500 people lived here. Each day now there are 4000 visitors and because of that, Unesco would like to reduce or remove visitors to the site. Peru wants it to remain open because of the huge tourist dollars ...

Moray and Ollantaytambo

A travel blog entry by lucieinsa on May 20, 2014

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Tuesday I visited Moray - a set of curcular terraces commonly thought to be used for agricultural experumentation, less commonly believed to be sunken caverns turned into a temple (soil samples tested in the US couldnīt find traces of agricultural use) ... or, as one American ady insisted, īThis is where the UFOs landed!!".

The collectivo got me as far as the junction to Maras, and from there I took another overpriced taxi to get up to the ruins. I sent ...


A travel blog entry by ebzh on Feb 27, 2014

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... hopeless to be honest. I let myself go, still sitting though, listening to him singing non stop. Few minutes and BOOM! I realise that I go in something new, I am "Mareado" at last, the kind of opening state you are before getting the visions. I feel like being slow, behind everything that is hapening around me. All my senses are opened crazy. And it is a bix mix: constant thunderlights on the background, bats go crazy above my head, some rats fight behind me and ...