These salt flats at “Salineras” near Urubamba in the Sacred Valley region of Peru have been worked on for more than 500 years. Before Incan times, a small spring has been flowing highly salted water along the side of the mountain into this narrow valley. This Quechua woman […]
The Peruvian Paso Fino is a horse that was bred in the 1600’s for their smooth gaits and incredible endurance for traveling. During that time period, the land owners held expansive properties that sometimes took up to a week to traverse. The Peruvian Paso became a hardy, surefooted, […]
Month One Program. Please click above to see the full description and appropriate links. Thanks!
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Five Arriving to Machu Picchu.
Two Day Inca Trail – Part Four Arriving to Winay Huayna.
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Three Heading up to Winay Wayna.
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Two – Starting on the Trail.
Two-Day Inca Trail Trek – Part One Getting to the Trail Head.
Machu Picchu and the Incas hold such a mysterious and spiritual connection for me. My father was an anthropologist that specialized in Latin American Studies, and my mother is from Bolivia, so Latin America is in my blood. One of the few childhood memories I hold is a […]