The Gypsy ~ The Inca Trail

mpThe Gypsy takes us on a magical quest across the Andes Mountains to the Ancient city of Machu Picchu. Author Mark Gross and his eloquent storytelling transports us to this sacred site as he shares his accounts of hardships and joys. Mark offers great insight on planning and preparation, as well as the deep spiritual benefits of such an intensive journey.

Travel Tips  – Gear , Maps, History, Reading, videos ect….

 

http://www.enigmaperu.com   

Founded in Cusco as an adventure travel and trekking specialist in the Peruvian Andes, ENIGMA is recognized today among Peru’s most experienced and reputable travel service providers, from hardcore adventure to bespoke luxury, and is the preferred partner of some of the world’s leading travel professionals.

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http://www.incatrailperu.com  

inca_trail_machu_picchu_10An independent guide to the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu aimed at helping visitors to decide whether the Inca Trail is the trek for them. Although there are literally thousands of kilometres of “Inca Trails” throughout Peru this website concentrates on the Classic 4-day Inca Trail trek.  We have include information about when is the best time to do the trek, how best to prepare for it, and advice on how to choose a tour operator best suited to your interests and budget. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu really is an beautiful trek and we hope that with a little advice and planning it turns out to be an incredible and unforgettable experience. Good luck and happy trekking!

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/peru/machu-picchu

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