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Casa Nostra Lonely Planet
Casa Nostra in Lonley Planet’s Best in Travel 2017

Last year, we took the famous Lonely Planet writer Mark Johanson on the Choquequirao trek to visit the lost city of Choquequirao. He was so excited and amazed by the trek and its beauty. His decision to put Choquequirao as the premiere destination to visit in the 2017 Lonley Planet’s “Top Offbeat Regions Demanding Our Attention” was unequivocal. “Machu Picchu may be the bait that lures most visitors to the…

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Oso de anteojos en Choquequirao
And we met a spectacled bear

In one of our many trek to Choquequirao, our guide Jesus Aguirre Estrada found a beautiful spectacled bear also conducted a walk out there and enjoying the wonders offered choquequirao in Cusco Peru.

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Choquequirao, The Lost Inca City
Choquequirao Trek – The Lost Inca City

The trek to the lost Incan city of Choquequirao is one of the most difficult in Peru. From the town of Cachora, located 161km west of Cusco, it’s an 18km walk to Capuliyoc Mountain, then down to Playa Rosalinas, where travellers camp for the night. Waking early, trekkers then have to cross the Apurímac River and traverse 8km of gruelling uphill switchbacks to reach the campsite close to the ruins….

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Choquequirao Peru
Choquequirao Trek, Peru’s remote Inca ruins

Choquequirao is one of the most remote Inca ruins in the Peruvian Andes, but plans for a cable car could bring much change to Machu Picchu’s ‘little sister’ Halfway down the track, Nixon stops. He thwacks his machete into a stump to free his hands and reaches over a stone wall, groping for something in the vegetation beneath. A moment later he pulls up a clear plastic bag and hands…

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Choquequirao Inca Ruins
Choquequirao in The Wall Street Journal

In a recent Adventure Life blog post, we highlighted the Choquequirao Trek and explained how it is undergoing some definitive changes.  By the end of 2015, the Peruvian government plans to build the first aerial tramway in the country.  To none other than Choquequirao.  It is anticipated that this tramway will deliver up to 3,000 people to Choquequirao everyday.  Currently visited by just a handful of travelers per week, the…

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