Expert Travel Advice to Machu Picchu

Top Answers To Machu Picchu Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    That's the tailend of the region's rainy season (and what a rainy season it was, with fatal mudslides at the end of January), which hopefully spells clearer skies, sunnier days, and... drumroll... fewer crowds before the tourist rush really sets in. Here's a link to some gear and advice for trekking in the region from an Away.com editor who was there last July: http://bit.ly/9ekC8u
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I haven't ventured to Monkey Island myself (although now I'm intrigued), but according to my research it seems to be a tourist attraction; however, an interesting, fun attraction for visitors who love wildlife. It is a sanctuary for monkeys who have been treated poorly in other situations, and the monkeys have been placed on this island for protection. You will probably have the chance to see monkeys during your trip to Peru whether you go to Monkey Island or not, but if you are especially keen to see all sorts of types of monkeys, it may be a good addition to your vacation!
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    samuel answered:
    Wow! so Many things to do In Peru, I was In Peru this April and I did the machu Picchu tour and lares trek (4 days) In the Sacred valley, Cusco and Machu Picchu. I decided to contact Mythical trails Peru based on the reviews on Fodors and specially friends that met this local company in Cusco.

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