Mister Inkas II

Av. Manco Capac 430-B, Cusco, Peru
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Forum Posts

bugs??

by travelller1

Do I need bug repellant in any of SV, Cisco, Puno< Lake Titicaca in March?


Thanks

RE: bugs??

by besbel

I would recommend you to get some mosquito repellent if you go to Machu Picchu, especially if you do the Inca Trail. Machu Picchu is in the limit with the high jungle area, so mosquitoes could be an issue depending on the humidity and weather conditions. When I went there in July 1998, I got various bits on the arms.
Besides, what Pickledonions says is right: the higher the place the less bugs you will find. Therefore you won't need the repellent in SV, Cusco (except MP) and Puno.
Enjoy your trip!
Flor de Maria

RE: RE: bugs??

by kzapanta

pickle, your so bored your answering travel questions? LOL

Its good practice to have a small insect repelent with DEET. But as Pickledonions said, high elevation like Cusco, Puno will keep the biters off, but there are crawly things and itchy things if you go romping around Lake T.

Re: bugs??

by CarolineB

In Machu Picchu - YES!!!! When I was there in October we were bitten to bits and that was even using 50% DEET. Even in the Sacred Valley you get some mozzies. Be prepared!! As you go higher, you don't get bitten - Cuzco and above.

Re: bugs??

by CarolineB

In Machu Picchu - YES!!!! When I was there in October we were bitten to bits and that was even using 50% DEET. Even in the Sacred Valley you get some mozzies. Be prepared!! As you go higher, you don't get bitten - Cuzco and above.

Re: bugs??

by CarolineB

In Machu Picchu - YES!!!! When I was there in October we were bitten to bits and that was even using 50% DEET. Even in the Sacred Valley you get some mozzies. Be prepared!! As you go higher, you don't get bitten - Cuzco and above.

Travel Tips for Cusco

birthday egg!

by duvetray

in Cusco the tradition when it's someone birthday it is not only to enjoy a few drinks out but when it strikes midnight the birthday boy/girl has a raw egg cracked on their head, it considered a priviledge & a sign of someone being popular!!! I had the pleasure of sharing this moment, very funny.

the Inca trail

by chancay

I think the Inca trail is absolutely extreme sport when you are not acostumbrated to the altitude. You climb up to more than 4000 m twice and pass valleys of 2500m or lower...so it´s an up and down til Machu Picchu at about 2600 m again.

Moray

by vanessadb

Moray is another off the beaten path only a short drive away from Cusco.

During the Inca Empire, it used to be an agricultural experimental Inca site: as they conquered the different countries and regions, they brought back different fruits and vegetables which grew at different altitudes and in different climates. For these to slowly adapt to their local climate, they would then plant them in the center, i.e. in the lowest and warmest level. Little by little they would move them up a level, and another, and another until the plant was thus completely adapted to its new environment.

Visiting Moray with a local guide, will teach you a lot of interesting things about the very advanced Inca agriculture and culture in general.

Colectivo

by Amareyui

Colectivo is usually a Volkswagen van that travels regular routes and picks up numerous passengers, falling in between taxis and buses in price, speed, and size. The destination is usually indicated on the bus or car itself. There are no scheduled stops, so when you want to get off, just let the driver knows.
This is the most convenient way to get around the Sacred Valley.

Authentic local Peruvian food

by cacosta about Quinta Eulalia

I'm vegetarian so the menu was very limited for me. However, I dined with five other people who ordered various traditional dishes and they all enjoyed their meals. Beware...if you order the cuy (guinea pig) it is served whole and looks a lot like a fried biology experiement. A trio of musicians entertained us with traditional music. With the exception of the cuy, it was an enjoyable and very inexpensive meal.

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