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Peru ranks amongst the world's great centers of ancient civilization. Their remains fascinate travelers and archaeologists alike. Peru is located in the west central part of South America and is a country of geographical and cultural contrast.
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  1. 1. About Us Peru Trips<br />5 years ago when my husband and I met Fredy, our tour guide at the time for the Inca Trail, we could never have imagined where it might lead us. Firstly Matt and myself became memorized by the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, so much that we decided to venture into business together. Sincethese past 5 years we have run a successful Peru travel agency specializing mostly in hiking the Inca Trail and tours around Peru. Getting a grasp of the tourism industry and loving every minute of it, we decided to explore further into Central and South America.<br />After travelling 6 months around Central and South America we knew it was for us. Now knowing about all the tours that we will offer and the quality is really important so we can relate to the client and help them make the best decision for the time frame of travel that they will have in their chosen countries. In a business, knowing what you are talking about is the key to success, and not only for the business but for the clients as well!<br />Peru Information & Facts HYPERLINK "http://www.peruvianessences.com/" Peru TripsAn Overview of Spectacular <br />Peru ranks amongst the world's great centers of ancient civilization. Their remains fascinate travelers and archaeologists alike. Peru is located in the west central part of South America and is a country of geographical and cultural contrast. Peru is the 19th largest country in the world and is bordered north by Ecuador, to the south by Chile and Bolivia, to the east by Columbia and Brazil and to the west by the Pacific Ocean. Peru is a diverse country due to the climatic, natural and cultural variation of its regions, which include coast, sierra and jungle.Peru is populated by over 23 million people, largely descendents of Spanish settlers and native Inca and pre-Inca cultures. Today there are three national languages: Spanish, and the native Quechua and Aymara, reflecting the native Indian and Spanish roots that cultivate modern Peruvian society.<br /> Machu Picchu by Train – 6 Days Peru Trips<br /> Day 1: Lima Peru TripsOur journey of the mystical land of Peru begins tonight with a tour briefing in the lobby of our hotel at 7pm. The hotel where you should stay when arriving to Lima and to begin this tour is Casa Andina Classic – Miraflores Centro (Address; Ac. Petit Thouars No 5444, Miraflores, Lima). <br />Day 2: Lima Peru Trips Your tour bus will pick you up from your hotel for your city tour of Lima.  Today includes a guided sightseeing tour on Lima’s colonial heritage. You visit the 18th- Century San Francisco Monastery, Government Palace, and Cathedral. Afterwards you visit the charming collection of Pre-Columbian jewelery and fascinating artifacts at the Gold Museum. <br />Day 3: Lima / Cusco Peru TripsWe take a flight to Cusco and use the rest of this day to explore Cusco. <br />Day 4: Sacred Valley Peru Trips<br />We take a guided tour of this lush river valley and learn about its history. Today we will visit Ollantaytambo, the famous market of Pisac and its beautiful ruins.  We will spend the night in this quaint little town of Ollantaytambo with great views of the Sacred Valley. <br />Day 5: Aguas Calientes Peru TripsWe board an early train for Aguas Calientes. We travel along the Urabamba river eventually leading to our destination also know as the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes).  Don’t forget your swimsuit so you can experience the thermal hot springs.<br />Day 6:  Machu Picchu Peru TripsBreakfast around 4.30am then you will make your way to Machu Picchu on one of the first bus transfers. You will thank us later for this early transfer! You can take the opportunity of the 15 minute bus to the ruins, or walk it if you have the energy. We need to depart early so those who wish to climb Huayna Picchu will need to sign up before the 2 hour guided tour. <br />During your visit to these ancient ruins you will see clouds fly past and Machu Picchu will disappear with in them, so make sure you take pictures whilst the ruins are visible. After the tour you will have free time to explore the mountain of Huayna Picchu overlooking all of Machu Picchu - by far the best view! Huayna Picchu will take approximately 2 hours return trip. You can choose to eat lunch by the magical ruins or return back to Aguas Calientes. The train back to Cusco departs late afternoon so you will meet with your guide to get your train tickets before departure.  Your estimated time of arrival is approximately 9pm in Cusco.<br />http://www.peruvianessences.com/<br />About Us <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a><br />5 years ago when my husband and I met Fredy, our tour guide at the time for the Inca Trail, we could never have imagined where it might lead us. Firstly Matt and myself became memorized by the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, so much that we decided to venture into business together. Sincethese past 5 years we have run a successful Peru travel agency specializing mostly in hiking the Inca Trail and tours around Peru. Getting a grasp of the tourism industry and loving every minute of it, we decided to explore further into Central and South America.<br />After travelling 6 months around Central and South America we knew it was for us. Now knowing about all the tours that we will offer and the quality is really important so we can relate to the client and help them make the best decision for the time frame of travel that they will have in their chosen countries. In a business, knowing what you are talking about is the key to success, and not only for the business but for the clients as well!<br />Peru Information & Facts <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a>An Overview of Spectacular <br />Peru ranks amongst the world's great centers of ancient civilization. Their remains fascinate travelers and archaeologists alike. Peru is located in the west central part of South America and is a country of geographical and cultural contrast. Peru is the 19th largest country in the world and is bordered north by Ecuador, to the south by Chile and Bolivia, to the east by Columbia and Brazil and to the west by the Pacific Ocean. Peru is a diverse country due to the climatic, natural and cultural variation of its regions, which include coast, sierra and jungle.Peru is populated by over 23 million people, largely descendents of Spanish settlers and native Inca and pre-Inca cultures. Today there are three national languages: Spanish, and the native Quechua and Aymara, reflecting the native Indian and Spanish roots that cultivate modern Peruvian society.<br /> Machu Picchu by Train – 6 Days <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a><br /> Day 1: Lima <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a><br />Our journey of the mystical land of Peru begins tonight with a tour briefing in the lobby of our hotel at 7pm. The hotel where you should stay when arriving to Lima and to begin this tour is Casa Andina Classic – Miraflores Centro (Address; Ac. Petit Thouars No 5444, Miraflores, Lima). <br />Day 2: Lima <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a>Your tour bus will pick you up from your hotel for your city tour of Lima.  Today includes a guided sightseeing tour on Lima’s colonial heritage. You visit the 18th- Century San Francisco Monastery, Government Palace, and Cathedral. Afterwards you visit the charming collection of Pre-Columbian jewelery and fascinating artifacts at the Gold Museum. <br />Day 3: Lima / Cusco <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a>We take a flight to Cusco and use the rest of this day to explore Cusco. <br />Day 4: Sacred Valley <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a><br />We take a guided tour of this lush river valley and learn about its history. Today we will visit Ollantaytambo, the famous market of Pisac and its beautiful ruins.  We will spend the night in this quaint little town of Ollantaytambo with great views of the Sacred Valley. <br />Day 5: Aguas Calientes <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a>We board an early train for Aguas Calientes. We travel along the Urabamba river eventually leading to our destination also know as the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes).  Don’t forget your swimsuit so you can experience the thermal hot springs.<br />Day 6:  Machu Picchu <a href="http://www.peruvianessences.com/"> Peru Trips </a><br />Breakfast around 4.30am then you will make your way to Machu Picchu on one of the first bus transfers. You will thank us later for this early transfer! You can take the opportunity of the 15 minute bus to the ruins, or walk it if you have the energy. We need to depart early so those who wish to climb Huayna Picchu will need to sign up before the 2 hour guided tour. <br />During your visit to these ancient ruins you will see clouds fly past and Machu Picchu will disappear with in them, so make sure you take pictures whilst the ruins are visible. After the tour you will have free time to explore the mountain of Huayna Picchu overlooking all of Machu Picchu - by far the best view! Huayna Picchu will take approximately 2 hours return trip. You can choose to eat lunch by the magical ruins or return back to Aguas Calientes. The train back to Cusco departs late afternoon so you will meet with your guide to get your train tickets before departure.  Your estimated time of arrival is approximately 9pm in Cusco.<br />http://www.peruvianessences.com/<br />About Us [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] <br />5 years ago when my husband and I met Fredy, our tour guide at the time for the Inca Trail, we could never have imagined where it might lead us. Firstly Matt and myself became memorized by the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, so much that we decided to venture into business together. Sincethese past 5 years we have run a successful Peru travel agency specializing mostly in hiking the Inca Trail and tours around Peru. Getting a grasp of the tourism industry and loving every minute of it, we decided to explore further into Central and South America.<br />After travelling 6 months around Central and South America we knew it was for us. Now knowing about all the tours that we will offer and the quality is really important so we can relate to the client and help them make the best decision for the time frame of travel that they will have in their chosen countries. In a business, knowing what you are talking about is the key to success, and not only for the business but for the clients as well!<br />Peru Information & Facts [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] <br />An Overview of Spectacular <br />Peru ranks amongst the world's great centers of ancient civilization. Their remains fascinate travelers and archaeologists alike. Peru is located in the west central part of South America and is a country of geographical and cultural contrast. Peru is the 19th largest country in the world and is bordered north by Ecuador, to the south by Chile and Bolivia, to the east by Columbia and Brazil and to the west by the Pacific Ocean. Peru is a diverse country due to the climatic, natural and cultural variation of its regions, which include coast, sierra and jungle.Peru is populated by over 23 million people, largely descendents of Spanish settlers and native Inca and pre-Inca cultures. Today there are three national languages: Spanish, and the native Quechua and Aymara, reflecting the native Indian and Spanish roots that cultivate modern Peruvian society.<br /> Machu Picchu by Train – 6 Days [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] <br /> Day 1: Lima [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] Our journey of the mystical land of Peru begins tonight with a tour briefing in the lobby of our hotel at 7pm. The hotel where you should stay when arriving to Lima and to begin this tour is Casa Andina Classic – Miraflores Centro (Address; Ac. Petit Thouars No 5444, Miraflores, Lima). <br />Day 2: Lima [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] Your tour bus will pick you up from your hotel for your city tour of Lima.  Today includes a guided sightseeing tour on Lima’s colonial heritage. You visit the 18th- Century San Francisco Monastery, Government Palace, and Cathedral. Afterwards you visit the charming collection of Pre-Columbian jewelery and fascinating artifacts at the Gold Museum. <br />Day 3: Lima / Cusco [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] We take a flight to Cusco and use the rest of this day to explore Cusco. <br />Day 4: Sacred Valley [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] <br />We take a guided tour of this lush river valley and learn about its history. Today we will visit Ollantaytambo, the famous market of Pisac and its beautiful ruins.  We will spend the night in this quaint little town of Ollantaytambo with great views of the Sacred Valley. <br />Day 5: Aguas Calientes [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] <br />We board an early train for Aguas Calientes. We travel along the Urabamba river eventually leading to our destination also know as the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes).  Don’t forget your swimsuit so you can experience the thermal hot springs.<br />Day 6:  Machu Picchu [url=http://www.peruvianessences.com/] Peru Trips [/url] Breakfast around 4.30am then you will make your way to Machu Picchu on one of the first bus transfers. You will thank us later for this early transfer! You can take the opportunity of the 15 minute bus to the ruins, or walk it if you have the energy. We need to depart early so those who wish to climb Huayna Picchu will need to sign up before the 2 hour guided tour. <br />During your visit to these ancient ruins you will see clouds fly past and Machu Picchu will disappear with in them, so make sure you take pictures whilst the ruins are visible. After the tour you will have free time to explore the mountain of Huayna Picchu overlooking all of Machu Picchu - by far the best view! Huayna Picchu will take approximately 2 hours return trip. You can choose to eat lunch by the magical ruins or return back to Aguas Calientes. The train back to Cusco departs late afternoon so you will meet with your guide to get your train tickets before departure.  Your estimated time of arrival is approximately 9pm in Cusco.<br />http://www.peruvianessences.com/<br />

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