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A Father-Daughter Trip to Peru

A Father-Daughter Trip to Peru

Molly Greathouse and her father John traveled with Wildland Adventures to Peru over spring break on our Best of Peru itinerary. Both Molly and John are journalists and Molly was nice enough to share her stories from the trip, which she published on her personal blog.  To follow their journey and view Peru (and family travel) through the eyes of a college student, click on the links below. A great resource for parents who may be considering a similar trip with a college-aged child!

Blog 1: Getting Ready for Peru

Blog 2: Arrival to the Urubamba Valley 

Blog 3: Pre-Incan Structures, a Shaman & Chicha

Blog 4: The Trek to Machu Picchu, or, How I Lost the Use of My Legs 

Blog 5: Machu Picchu & Wayna Picchu 

Blog 6: Cusco Churches, Tourism Police & Food

Blog 7: The Amazon: No Internet and a Whole Lot of Bugs 


Father and daughter at the citadel after finishing the 1-day Inca Trail Trek

Thanks for sharing Molly! It was fun to read about your journey and we hope you follow the shaman's advice and return to Peru one day! 

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