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Alpaca Expeditions Female Porters on Netflix This impressive documentary follows five characters in deep connection with the majestic mountains of South America, all the way from Argentina to Colombia. On this occasion, the documentary shows the importance of women porters in providing the ideal visit of tourists to Machu Picchu. Alpaca Expeditions was the first…

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The Inca Trail Magazine Choose Between our Interactive Issue, or Download Your Copy Below! The Inca Trail Magazine The Inca Trail is a huge bucket list item for many travelers and trekkers alike—and we’re excited to share the downloadable copy of our 34-page Inca Trail 4Days/3Nights Magazine. Inside you’ll find: An overview of the Inca…

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Your Peru Trek is Almost Finalized! The journey is the destination, friend, and you just took the first step. We’ll be in touch very shortly… Woohoo! You’re going trekking in Peru! We will be in touch with you within 24 hours to confirm that your requested dates are still available. In the meantime, check out…

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Alpaca trekkers visit Llullucha school Our goal is to collaborate with the Andean communities to overcome economic and social challenges through a working association that directs resources towards sustainable projects. Special attention is given to support the children and their educational efforts. Itinerary This year, Alpaca Expeditions chose the small town of Llullucha, at the…

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By Gel Evangelista (Guest Alpaca Blogger) There are times when the hunt for adventure will bring us to a trail of new places that have yet to be appreciated by everyone. Most will go to big cities in Europe and the United States, but what they don’t know is that there is more to explore…

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Cusco - Alpaca Expeditions

Many people struggle to tell the ancient civilizations of the Americas — Mayan, Inca, and Aztec— apart. The Inca Empire was actually the largest and most prolific of the three, and despite being seated in the great heights of the Andes Mountains, its capital Cusco had as many as 200,000 people. This was a staggering…

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Inca Trail Tips - Alpaca Expeditions

There are very many beautiful types of places worldwide which are ideal for hiking. The Inca Trail has one of the best spot for hiking as well as sating the curiosity of those who love archeological mysteries with the various Incan ruins. Below are some Inca Trail tips to get you started on your own…

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Machu Picchu - Alpaca Expeditions

Each year, millions of individuals visit the mysterious and imposing Incan citadel of Machu Picchu situated in Peru. However, getting to the intricate stone constructions, the great agricultural terraces, and the hilltop views is not easy. It involves tricks and experts to navigate through the Peru’s most famous destination. What You’ll See on the Way…

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Tips for Hiking the Inca Trail - Alpaca Expeditions

Hiking the Inca Trail is often one of the things in many individuals’ bucket lists, and that is why it is wise to understand some of the best ways to approach hiking the Inca trail. Most people love hiking the Inca trail because they like walking in the footsteps of history and enjoy the view.…

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Machu picchu route from cusco

In 2013 Alpaca Expeditions had a trekker on the Classic Inca Trail Trek named Rusty Rayner. Rusty has a website development and graphic design company in based in Rockledge, Florida in the USA. Rusty had traveled to over 30 countries prior to his trip to Peru, but he felt that his Inca Trail trek was…

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