Machu Picchu Panoramic View

Easy Treks to Reach Machu Picchu


Easy Treks to Reach Machu Picchu

The lost city of Machu Picchu dates back to the 15th century when it was inhabited by the Incan civilization. It was only at the beginning of the 20th century that the existence of such a city was unveiled – it has remained unnamed and unidentified for at least five centuries before being unearthed by a renowned archeologist from Yale. Machu Picchu is labeled as one of the naturally and culturally enriched tourist attractions of unparalleled value. Read More “Easy Treks to Reach Machu Picchu”

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Alternatives To Inca Trail – Reach Machu Picchu In Your Own Way!


Reach Machu Picchu In Your Own Way

Machu Picchu is regarded as the lost city of the Incan civilization that is believed to have occupied this city as early as the 14th and 15th centuries. This city was lost on the map for a long time and was only discovered in 1911 by a Yale archeologist named Hiram Bingham. One of the major reasons behind the preservation of this city’s architecture. Is its namelessness during the Spanish conquests? Since the city was concealed and perched at a colossal altitude of 2430 meters above sea level. It remained free from assaults and damage inflicted during the wars and conquests of this region.
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Inca Trail Trekkers

Fun Along The Trail Leading To Machu Picchu

Trekking enthusiasts travel from every corner of the world to Peru with the intention of walking the Inca trail which unquestionably is the most renowned trek in the entire continent of South America. The trail in enclosed by beautiful scenery and the ruins that attract tourists. You have to visit this place to be mesmerized by its magic. The journey starts from a destination called Kilometer 88. After crossing the narrow Kusicancha Bridge, you can camp at either Llullucha or Wayllabamba for the night. Read More “Fun Along The Trail Leading To Machu Picchu”