If you thought the ever-shrinking limits on the weight and size of carry-on luggage was an exclusively airline-thing, think again.
Hiking an Inca Trail, a horse-supported trek up to the Vinicunca (Rainbow) Mountain, mountain biking in the Sacred Valley, paragliding above the sand boarding on the dunes surrounding the Huacachina desert oasis… these are just a few of the adventure travel options you can experience.
Just click on the month you would like to embark on South America’s premier trek to see how many entry permits are still available:
Remember Polly Ann Meredith, ace girl pilot for G-BAT? Now she and her gang are in South America on Good Neighbor business… and in quick trouble too… In this exciting first story of a new series.
Here we are, three days into the first work week of 2012, but I’m having a hard time concentrating on the tasks at hand.
For travelers to Peru, 2011 was arguably the year of Machu Picchu. We saw an internationally acclaimed, giant celebration commemorating the 100th anniversary of Hiram Bingham’s “discovery” of the iconic Inca ruins. And we witnessed the historic, and long overdue, return of thousands of artifacts that Bingham took to America on loan.