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Peru has got the reputation of a window to ancient world, but only few lucky intrepid travelers know about its wild topography which makes it a perfect escape for adventure enthusiasts. The snow-capped peaks of the Andres lures in hikers and climbers, the unblemished sands along the coast lives in perfect harmony with the grueling waves, and for those with the urge for exploration there is bountiful Amazon – a wide landscape of lush rainforests brimming with exotic wild animals most of which are indigenous to its coveted habitats. Hold your breath tight, Peru is a wild journey dipped in sheer luxury.
Reaching to Machu Picchu
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A twisting and turning trail ascends from the profundity of the Urubamba Valley, through cloud-shrouded forests, and passes through enigmatic ruins of centuries sold way stations. For Incas this rugged roadway was the access channel to the grandeur state of Machu Picchu. It is no less than a pilgrimage for the thousands of hiking devotees who come here each year to trek four-day long and peer through enticing sceneries. At last they are rewarded with what is possibly the most amazing archaeological site in the whole world.
Trekking the Andes
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The Cordillera Blanca is a seductress mountain range which runs through the heart of Peru. Its charm is so irresistible that it could pull in even the people whom lust for comfort. A system of numerous rocky peaks, covered with mounds of snow hypnotizes altitude seekers who scramble through alpine lakes and petite Andean villages. If the heights don’t make you skip a beat, the alluring vistas will certainly do.
Gaining an insight into the Canon Del Colca
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Fantasies comes to life at Canon Del Colca; a majestic canyon which offers ethereal vistas of the Andes and its neighboring territories. The canyon is blemished with pristine villages and ancient terraces carved out on the mountainsides. And not to forget the condors who soar into the air. Choices of varied lengths of trek abound and there’s one thing in particular which you ought not miss: the local sumptuous cuisine called as Chupe de Camarones, a hot and spicy shrimp soup.
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