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The pride of the incas still vibrates through this beautiful country. Coastal beach communities, Amazon towns, laid back mountain cities and a bustling capitol topped off by a world Wonder (Machu Picchu) make Peru a country you want to spend time in.
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    [Photo by Brian Snelson on flickr] The only hotel located next to the mid-15th century citadel of Machu Picchu, the Sanctuary Lodge Machu Picchu provides an outstanding opportunity to explore the citadel in the early morning and late afternoon hours when the crowds have left making this a photographer’s dream location. Escape the crowds during […]

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    This property is VueVerified! We have been here and the real photo above was captured by our team. Aguas Calientes, officially Machu Picchu Pueblo, Peru, is located next to Machu Picchu, the 1450 Inca-constructed estate. Make sure to leave time to soak in the thermal baths that are a welcome relief after exploring Machu Picchu, […]

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    This property is VueVerified! We have been here and the real photo above was captured by our team. One of the highest navigable lakes in the world, Lake Titicaca is located on the border between Peru and Bolivia. It is the largest lake in South America by volume. The lake has five main sources of […]

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    This property is VueVerified! We have been here and the real photo above was captured by our team. This is our favorite restaurant in Cusco! The friendly Jack’s Café is a wonderful place to eat when exploring the area. The staff prepares breakfast all day including scrumptious huevos rancheros and outstanding strawberry and banana French […]

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    This property is VueVerified! We have been here and the real photo above was captured by our team. Visitors to the Puerto Maldonaldo Ferry Dock can see a variety of colorful ramshackle: peki-pekis powered by canoes powered by two-stroke motorcycle engines. The river current is very swift here so the boats often travel at 45-degree […]

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    [Photo by Tinou Bao on flickr] Surrounded by cobblestone streets in the middle of Pisac, tourists find the Pisac Market. The best day to go is on Sunday, but the market is also open on other days. This is a good place to pick up souvenirs including local ceramics, multi-colored beads, and brightly colored alpaca […]