Keep Traveling: Virtual Tours in South America

Staying at home is totally the opposite to be adventurous and go for a quest in the world. Precisely, this world requires you to be in your house to prevent the spread of the current pandemic. However, no matter if you live in New York, the UK or anywhere in the globe, your avid traveler…

One Booking One Tree In Peru

It is being a long journey since we first started, along the way we have encounter different challenges and we discovered that it is all about give and received… We learnt that as we put more effort, dedication, and as we become more perfectionist, every service we have provided has been an amazing experience for…

PERU: Best Apps to Download Before Travelling

A smartphone can be one of the handiest things to bring with you on a global adventure, and it will always come in handy when you are travelling through Peru. Here are some handy apps to download before you travel, so that you can make the most out of your experience! All of these apps…

PERU: Packing List on a Budget

If you plan on travelling to Peru on a budget, it can be a bit difficult to know what essentials to pack. Even experienced travellers can make mistakes when it comes to somewhere new that they’ve never been before. Here is a list of essentials that you should invest in, all under $20, making them…

CUSCO: Best Route for Bars in Cusco

If you’re someone who loves to party, but loves to experience everything that the nightlife has to offer, a bar crawl is the perfect way to spend the night. One of the best things about Cusco is that the nightlife is relatively small and condensed - bar hopping is safe and easy. You don’t need…

CUSCO: Take A Walk Around San Pedro Market

San Pedro market is a must-see for everyone passing through Cusco. It is one of the largest markets in the city, and you can get almost anything from here. Clothes, food, souvenirs - it can all be found in San Pedro! Although it has become a tourist attraction in recent years, the market is still…

CUSCO: Best ways to reach Machu Picchu

There are a number of different ways to get to Machu Picchu, depending on whether or not you want to hike, or would rather reach the summit as fast as possible. Machu Picchu is not actually in Cusco, in fact it is about a three hour drive away. The mountain and archaeological site are actually…

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