Off-the-beaten-path trekking in Peru
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Peruvian Corn: A Rainbow of Taste   Corn is an important part of the Peruvian diet. It is an ancient staple, and a mainstay of many traditional farmers in the Sacred Valley. Different varieties of Peruvian corn are grown throughout the country, from the coast to the highlands. Like the humble potato, Peru is home to many different varieties of corn, and each one has a different use. From drinks...
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Off-the-beaten-path Treks & Ethical Tourism in Peru Apus Peru prides itself on being one of the leaders in ethical tourism in Peru. Since the day we opened our doors, we knew that we wanted this company to be different than all the rest of the Cusco trekking companies and tour operators. Exploitation in the tourism industry is rampant in Peru, and we knew we could do better. For us, “responsible...
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To celebrate our daughter’s first birthday, we decided to go hiking with a baby. We thought there was no better way to mark this milestone than to do a family hike in Peru. And what better trek to choose than the Classic Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu! A Leap of Faith: Making Plans to Hike the Inca Trail with a Baby Inca Trail permits sell out months in advance,...
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  What an incredible Peru adventure! After a long flight home and catching up on emails, sleep and laundry, I was finally ready to put pen to paper. Our Ancascocha trek was amazing! It was an incredible, breathtaking, fun, challenging, heartwarming, and most likely one of the best adventures I (we) have ever experienced. Our Perfect Peru Adventure From the hotels (I would strongly recommend Second Home) to the people...
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