Latin America Borders Opening
Who knows what you will see in the patio at the Zuleta Hacienda

We have been moving clients who booked for 2020 over to 2021 during this Covid period, frustrated that there was not much else we could do. Recently however borders are now starting to open down here and we can again turn our thoughts to quoting and reserving tours for people to visit Machu Picchu, the […]

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Maca, Quinoa, and Kiwicha
The beautiful Kiwicha plant growing in the Sacred Valley of the Incas

Maca, Quinoa, and Kiwicha We are talking about seriously nutritious food, and it’s a fact that some of the world’s most nutritious food comes from the Peruvian highlands. To explain a little about them first you have to understand where they grow. Here in Cusco, Peru we live at a very high altitude.  In fact, […]

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500 Years Old | Qeswachaka Inca Rope Bridge
Qeswachaka Inca rope bridge ceremonial dancing

This is the first time I had seen the annual Qeswachaka Inca Rope Bridge festivities with my own eyes, so I thought I would blog something and add some photos to our Facebook page for you to enjoy. This rope bridge stretches 35 meters across the Apurimac river in the remote Canas region, some 160 […]

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Guinea Pig on a Stick!

Guinea Pig on a Stick! “Guinea Pig on a stick?”, we hear you shout. “You can’t do that, they are family pets!”. Here in Peru, they are not pets, and yes you can! They are a part of the highland diet, with various interesting preparation styles, some of which might upset the non-carnivorous amongst you. […]

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Rum and Volcanoes
The views around the Arenal volcano are amazing, get out into the foothills

Visiting Nicaragua | Rum & Volcanoes When you get to the top of the Cerro Negro (Black Hill) volcano in Nicaragua and look down the view is a little scary for most people. You booked the volcano boarding excursion without a second thought but standing at the summit it looks very steep, and it was […]

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