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The Best Markets in Peru & Bargaining Tips (Lima, Cusco, & Sacred Valley)

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To truly know a country, one must visit its markets. The food, people, crafts and activities give you a glimpse of the country's culture and how folks navigate in their daily lives. You will see how the locals talk, eat, and dress. The colors, sounds, smells, and tastes of a market are an experience all on its own. There is no better place to explo...
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Permits will be released in October to trek the Inca Trail | Book your 2020 trip now!

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To conserve and protect Machu Piccu and the surrounding areas, the Peruvian government limits travelers on the Inca Trail to 500 people per day, which includes all guides and porters. Peak season periods from May through October often sell out 6 months in advance and permits are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.  2020 Inca Tra...
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Peru Trip Winner Review: "It was refreshing to be in nature and to be off the beaten path."

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Last year we gave away a series of trips in honor of our 30th Anniversary and the last to be awarded was a trip to Peru. Karliss Robinson was the lucky winner and we were thrilled to send him and his wife to experience our Machu Picchu Lares Trek . Peru is the perfect destination to get off the beaten path and be immersed in the...
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Galapagos-Peru Review: "It was a truly fascinating experience."

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Linda is a Wildland alumni and chose a trip to Peru and the Galapagos for the h istory, architecture, birds, wildlife and unique terrain. She had the trip of a lifetime and shared her highlights with us along with some beautiful photos. "We chose Wildland Adventures for a trip to Costa Rica several years ago and we were quite pl...
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Leave a Neutral Carbon Footprint in Peru | Responsible Travel

lake-titicaca-peru-travel Trips to Peru are now Carbon Neutral!
Our "wild style" of travel was founded on the principle that culturally and environmentally responsible travel can be a powerful force for change. Whenever you travel with us you're supporting local guides, locally owned boutique hotels and conservation efforts, but now you can go a step further.  We're excited to share that when you book any ...
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