Set your resolution, adjust your white balance, focus, keep still, capture the moment, SNAP! This year we have had an abundance of awesome images sent through by our guests, after every trip we ask our guests to send us some of their favourite photos so we can upload their treasured moments. From this selection, a winner […]
I better start by explaining the term ‘Bee’s knees’… I’ve been doing a bit of reading (and getting a bit distracted!) and apparently in the 1920’s it was fashionable to use nonsense terms to describe something that was all-round awesome, think ‘the snake’s hips’, ‘the kipper’s knickers’, ‘the cat’s whiskers’, ‘the monkey’s eyebrows’ and so on. Of these, […]
Lake Titicaca, situated between Bolivia and Peru is right in the birth place of the ancient Inca Empire. The Inca civilisation revered Lake Titicaca, believing it was the place the Sun God ordered the first Inca to rise from its waters to form the beginnings of the Inca Empire, establishing its position as a sacred place for the Inca people.
There is a raw, natural beauty that attracts travellers to Peru, the third largest country in South America. The country boasts a 1,000 mile-long Pacific coastline, fertile highlands fed by the Andes and, of course, a large swath of the Amazon Rainforest – it’s a bit like Costa Rica in terms of biodiversity – just […]
Quechua ladies walking the cobbled streets of Cuzco Spare time in Cuzco? Check out Cynthia’s top 10 things to do Cynthia Valladares has been leading our adventures in Peru and Patagonia for seven years. Born in Lima, Cynthia moved to Iquitos (near the Amazon) and later to Puno, Lake Titicaca, where she discovered her passion […]