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Peru, South America

Visiting Peru’s Rainbow Mountain and the Red Valley

Rainbow Mountain is Peru’s newest tourist attraction, with its multicolored facade quickly finding its way to nearly everybody’s Instagram page. Rainbow Mountain, or Vinicuna to give its original name, is located at 5,200m above sea level. Just 3 hours from Cusco, this colorful mountain was only recently discovered due to […]

Peru, South America

A Day Trip through Peru’s Sacred Valley

The Sacred Valley in Peru is a region located 20km from the former Incan capital of Cusco. The valley was a key part in the Incan empire between 1000 AD and 1400 AD, mainly due to its rich agricultural benefits. The Sacred Valley is also one of Peru’s most important […]

Peru, South America

The Ultimate Guide to the Salkantay Trek

The Salkantay Trek is a 74km trek that will take you from the historical former Incan capital of Cusco to the breathtakingly beautiful Machu Picchu. There are many, many different options for tourists to consider for getting to Machu Picchu. This travel guide will aim to cover why you should […]

Peru, South America

One Day Guide to Nazca

Nazca is a small town in the Peruvian desert, most famous for the Nazca lines. These archaeological depictions are pretty amazing and deports you back to what could have been so many years ago. Many say they were used for agriculture, others as representations of the stars but no one […]

Ireland

Top Things to do in Waterford

Waterford is located in the southeast of Ireland and is famous for being the oldest city in the country, as well as its crystal ware – Waterford Crystal. Founded it 914A.D. it has an entertaining history including the Vikings and the Normans. Waterford is also part of ‘Irelands Ancient East’ and ‘The Sunny South East’ which […]

Peru

Lima Travel Guide | What to do in Peru’s Capital

Lima is the capital city of Peru and has a population of over 10 million people. It is a bustling city with over forty districts. Typically Lima is the starting point for holidaying tourists and definitely marked the point of change for us in terms of tourists numbers. Maybe this was […]