Peru Sports & Outdoors

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    Inca terraces
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  • Sports & Outdoors
    by JessieLang

Peru Sports & Outdoors

  • Inca Trail

    Cusco Sports & Outdoors

    Hello everybody!! I would like to share some of my experience on the Inca Trail. I just did it for the first time two months ago and I totally recommend it. The Inca Trail has a a mix of everything. It starts in the dry highlands and finishes in the cloud forest where Machu Picchu is located. During the four days hike you experience the vegetation...

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  • Hiking / Climbing

    Machu Picchu Sports & Outdoors

    I did my Machu Picchu hike with GAP adventures. They provided accommodation in Cuzco, transport to the start of the hike, English speaking guide, porters, meals on hike, tent accommodation on the trail, train ticket back to Cuzco. I paid about 600 USD for this. I found everything professionally run. Our group was smaller than many of the other...

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  • Mountain Biking

    Cusco Sports & Outdoors

    Even if you are not an experienced cyclist, I would highly recommend taking a mountain biking trip with one of the tour companies (I went with Eric Adventures - $35.) The views are truly amazing and it is so peaceful to ride in the fields and see the Andes in the background. We rode to two places, Moray (Picture) and the Moras salt mines. I didn't...

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  • The Quchichaqa

    Machu Picchu Sports & Outdoors

    The idea time to stop over at the top is about 30 minutes. Say a little prayers, may the PEACE to the world, the blessing og GOD to you and me. Surely GOD our heavenly father will answers your prayers. Amen.

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  • Machu Picchu - The Inca Trail to Machu...

    Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu picchu has been famous all over the world for many years. The reasons are many: The fantastic nature with valleys, snowcapped mountains and great variety of plants, birds and animals. The Inca Trail to Machu picchu winds through the Andes, passing numerous significant Inca ruins en route before descending through the...

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  • ECOTOURISM PERU UPPER AMAZON JUNGLE

    6 a.m.: Canoe for 1 hour to Rio Mayo, Yantalo, PERU. You WILL meet at least 3 or 4 families of monkeys and +15 varieties of birds. After a great breakfast do moderate trekking in the Jungle fo 2 hours. Unique photography opportunties. Time fo rest, swimm, fish and do more bird-watching. Lunch & return to Yantalo or Moyobamba. MY recommendation: do...

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  • Choquequirao to Machu Picchu 8 days...

    This expeditions will take you to two of the major archaeological sites in the Cusco-area and Peru: CHOQUEKIRAW and MACHU PICCHU. The legends and knowledge of the Machu Picchu ruin are already all over the world. Since its re-discovery of Machu Picchu by Hiram Bingham in July 1911, the ruin has been a topic of discussions and research about the...

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  • crazy for football

    like all latin american countries peru is crazy for football. but one joke that the guide told my group that i couldn`t forget was..........we peruvians we are not very good players........ we are just very good spectators! okay you said it not me.

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  • BIKING TOURS IN PERU

    Biking tours in peru, get your best experience with us, lest go for mountain bike tours. From the high Andes to amazon jungle or to the coast.Lima - Nasca - Arequipa - Puno - Cusco - Huarazinfo@perubikingtours.com mountain bikehelmetgloves

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  • Table football

    Soccer is a very popular sport in Peru. If you don't find the chance to play a game, at least you could try in one of these mini football tables that you can find in some bars and billiards.

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  • Surf in Lima

    If you go to Miraflores, you will be able to see surfers all year long, with their thermic suits, nearly at any time (I even saw some at 7:30am one sunday!). There are good waves, but the beaches are not specially good in Miraflores.

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  • CAN YOU DO THIS?

    Trekking & Climbing in the Cordillera Blanca: The Cordillera Blanca, the highest tropical mountain chain in the world, is almost wholly contained in the protected Huascarán National Park. For walkers and mountaineers, the scenery of snowcapped peaks, glaciers, lakes, and rivers is unrivaled in Peru. Fifty summits soar between 4,800 and 6,662m...

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  • AND THIS

    Mountain & Volcano Climbing Near Arequipa: For mountaineers (and fit, adventurous travelers), the volcanoes just beyond Arequipa are perfect for some of Peru's best ascents. Several don't demand technical skills. Towering El Misti, which forms part of the Arequipa skyline, is an extremely popular climb, and the city's other major volcano, Chachani,...

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  • SEE THIS

    Trekking in the Sacred Valley: The most famous trek outside Cusco is, of course, the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. But if you're not up to 4 strenuous days with a group along a highly structured trail, there are plenty of additional hiking options in the Sacred Valley. Other trails are much less crowded and share some of the same extraordinary...

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  • Machu : Climb up Huayna Picchu ! Montez...

    Small steps, big steps, never-ending steps... You will enjoy climbing the Huayna Picchu !Petites ou grandes marches, des marches qui n'en finissent jamais... Vous allez vous eclater a monter le Huayna Picchu ! Good shoes... Des bonnes chaussures...

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  • Soccer in the Amazon?

    Peruvians love their soccer. No matter where you go, a soccer field is not far away. This one, we found in a small Amazon village is typical. No better place to 'get your game on' then in the Amazon! Hiking boots, gators, shin pads and your own soccer ball.

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  • Horse Riding in The Sacred Valley.

    I was going to see a few sites around the Sacred Valley by bus but while visiting Sacsayhuaman met a local who did horse treking. His farm you can see from the far end (opposite end from the entrance) of Sacsayhuaman.For a few dollars it was a great day getting away from most of the tourists and visiting some sites in the Valley , even though it...

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  • Tennis in peru

    Playing tennis in Peru can be a great experience. If you play in Lima you can have the whole pacific ocean as a backdrop. The club Terrazas in Miraflores sits right on top of the bluffs overlooking the beach far below. From there you can see the surfers loining up to catch their waves and the occasional parasailor gliding by overhead. The locals...

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