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    • tranvia and tourist tickets

      Cusco May 3, 2015 at 9:28 AM

      I've reading reviews on Cusco, often mentioned "make sure you being your tourist ticket" when visiting places like SV, Ollan, churches/cathedral, etc; a while back when I begin to consider going to MP, I read reviews and recommendation fr VT forum and remember to come upon tranvia and tickets to purchase in Cusco; now I can't find topic on tranvia and ticket to buy so I can learn more. We are going in August. Any lead please

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    • Nestor Sanchez

      Cusco Apr 9, 2015 at 11:54 AM

      Is Nestor Sanchez art, displayed at Regional History Museum, accessible online?

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    • Is one day enough

      Machu Picchu May 2, 2015 at 4:27 AM

      Is one day enough to visit Machu Picchu or would two days be ideal.

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    • First time backpacking

      Peru Apr 21, 2015 at 6:34 PM

      Hey guys, so I wanted to travel to Peru this summer alone.

      I'm planning on going for 2-3 weeks, but have no idea what to do during this time. I definitely want to visit Machu Pichu, but don't know what else to visit. Are there any pre-made itenaries that detail a 2-3 week stay?

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    • Is there anything wild in Peru?

      Peru Apr 17, 2015 at 9:40 AM

      My girlfriend is going to Peru with her wild girlfriends is there a big party or bar scene? Heavy drinking, Nudity, drugs or anything to be concerned about? No relationship advice please, just want to know how concerned I should be. Thank you

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      Best time to travel to Peru?

      Peru Apr 6, 2015 at 2:29 PM

      I am planning on travelling to Peru in September for a month with a friend. We were hoping to avoid rain and crowds if possible. Is September a good time to visit or do you suggest another time?

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    • Better to use soles or dollars

      Peru May 1, 2015 at 8:44 AM

      go to peru first time and want to know is it better to use soles or to use dollars?

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    • places to see

      Cusco Apr 30, 2015 at 1:31 PM

      we'll be in Cusco, Peru for 3 days in August; we plan (hoping) to do tours by ourselves (2); need help on places togo/see and how much to hire a taxi/guide and where (in forum, mbrs said people in where one stays usually is a good source) and how much (ball park) a day? any help will be appreciated. also coming in early (6 AM), is it safe to get a taxi fr airport to hotel (it is said, if p/u is arranged by hotel, more expensive) and how much? Thank you.

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      Beach accommodations south of Lima

      Peru Apr 7, 2015 at 6:16 PM

      Any suggestions on good beach/close to beach accommodations in south of Lima for 3 days for early May? Our preference is hotel near good eating establishments. Thank you.

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    • museum inside MP

      Machu Picchu Apr 25, 2015 at 10:03 AM

      How far is the museum inside MP from the gate where people go in to MP?

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    • safe and cheap transport from and to airport for a one day tour of Lima

      Peru Apr 25, 2015 at 11:16 AM

      have 23 hrs lay over in Lima, Peru; coming early and might be out of custom by 8 AM, we want to see some places like the larco museum, take the turibus, Miraflores and water fountains, what is the cheap and safe transport to go to those places. Checked online a recommended taxi, w/c charge $20 to go larco museum fr airport...fair charge? Any help fr mbrs is appreciated.

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    • Staying at Amantani Island with a local family but not through a tour operator

      by ignaciodiazducca Online Now Sep 16, 2006 at 7:48 AM

      Dear all,

      I am really looking forward to the idea of staying overnight with a local family tour on Amantani island.

      I have read that many have done it through a travel agency/operator. However, I suspect that the family sees far less money if the stay is arranged that way.

      I came across the following E-mail of the local community: pachatata_isla@yahoo.com

      Unfortunately, the E-mail account does not exist anymore.

      Can anybody help me on how to contact the local Amantani community and making sure most of the money is really benefiting them?

      Regards,

      Ignacio

      2 Answers Sep 19, 2006 at 3:48 AM
    • Isla Amantani tea

      by seatech Online Now Aug 31, 2004 at 9:18 PM

      I'm currently cataloging my trip to Peru and would like to remember what the tea was called that we drank for aclimatising to the altitude? I think it was Matte de Muenier. Anyone know?

      3 Answers Sep 7, 2004 at 1:05 PM