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Discover our Humantay Lake Tour in Cusco

Posted by Oliver Eberlein on
Discover our Humantay Lake Tour in Cusco

There are many options to do amazing tours when you’re in Cusco. Until a few years ago, most people used to stay in Cusco and its surroundings for 3 days. Nowadays, we can see that an increasing number of people stay between 4 and 5 days in Cusco, as they also want to get to know Cusco’s rainbow mountains and/or the Humantay lake. In this post, we will tell you all you need to know about the tour and why going to the Humantay lake with us is your best choice.



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Small Group Tours in Peru - Exploor’s Tours in Cusco

Posted by Erik Krause on
Small Group Tours in Peru - Exploor’s Tours in Cusco

It’s Saturday evening, February 2019. I’m in the office as an American couple enters the room. Hannah and Robin, who want to join our Alternative Rainbow Mountain tour in two days, had a big problem. They told us that they compared many different agencies in Cusco and often didn’t understand their differences. It was not the first time that I heard about this.

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Discover our Sacred Valley Tour in Cusco

Posted by Konsti Sobon on
Discover our Sacred Valley Tour in Cusco
Cusco is one of the most visited cities not only in Peru but in all of South America. Apart from the rainbow mountains, the Humantay Lake and the famous Machu Picchu, another very popular place - and I’d go as far as saying it’s a “must visit”- is the Sacred Valley. What most of our travelers love is that you will get to know many different sites in a rather short period of time. Find out more about why our Sacred Valley tour can be the perfect option for you!

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Sandboarding in Peru

Posted by Oliver Eberlein on
Sandboarding in Peru
Even though Peru has a lot of snow-capped mountains, unfortunately you can’t ski or snowboard. However, why would you want to snowboard if you can do the same thing in the sand? Sandboarding in Peru is the equivalent to snowboarding in other parts of the world. All you need is a board and some dunes. And as Peru’s desert is around half the size of Japan (approximately 180.000 km²), there are quite some of them! So the question that comes up is...

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Swimming with Sea Lions in Lima

Posted by Oliver Eberlein on
Swimming with Sea Lions in Lima
Peru is known for Machu Picchu and Lima is known for its incredible density of extraordinary restaurants, but most people don’t know that you can swim with sea lions in Lima. In fact, this close encounter with wildlife in the Pacific Ocean is something you would expect for the Galapagos islands, but certainly not for Lima. However, it’s a great alternative to the usual day trips from Lima and it can definitely be considered one of the top things to do in Lima. If you don’t believe me, just read on…

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Discover the Best Route to the Famous Rainbow Mountains of Peru

Posted by Oliver Eberlein on
Discover the Best Route to the Famous Rainbow Mountains of Peru

The Rainbow Mountains in Cusco have been gaining increasing popularity recently, especially through the distribution of beautiful pictures on social media. The rainbow coloured mountains are definitely worth seeing while in Cusco but don't take the first offer you see as there are many differences between the tours. Find out more about the best route to the rainbow mountains...

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