Ruth Soledad Caceres Rodriguez
Ruth Soledad was born as the third one of 4 siblings in the province of Espinar (one of the provinces of the Cusco Region lying in the southern highlands of Peru). She studied until the age of 7 years in the province, when for reasons of her father's work, she had to move to Andahuaylillas. It was a small and lovely town in the Quispicanchi Province. There, she completed primary and secundary schools.
Ruth always liked to get to know new places, people and cultures and learn from them. For that reason, she decided to study tourism at a college in Cusco.
She knew and keep getting to know some hidden places of the Cusco Region where people still live in a total harmony with the nature. In spite of the shortage they have, they always have a smile on their faces. Every travel is a new learning for her. In this way, the idea of helping those people and being a part of their lives to be able to make them better was born.
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Alpaca vs Llama
24 April 2021
Throughout the Andean zone, in the heart of South America, we can find many llamas, alpacas, vicuñas and guanacos.
The alpaca or llama in Perú are native animals of the Andes and very important for the countries of the region. Traveling to Peru or Bolivia, and not seeing any of these animals, would be like going to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower.
Due to the hybridization and near extinction ...« read more »
Traditional Peruvian Clothing
17 February 2021
The typical clothing of Peru is a key piece of Peruvian national identification because it encompasses many concepts that vary according to the type of music, customs, festivities and the region in which it is found, be it the coast, mountains or jungle.
The typical costume of Peru has the objective of reflecting the culture and identity of the country in an exceptional way. Peru has very important roots with ...« read more »
Covid and the Cleaner Environment
21 October 2020
Nobody expected that the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak have had positive effects on the environment such as dramatic improvement in air quality due to the economic downturn. It is overwhelming to watch the healing of nature during the pandemic!
Flights have been canceled worldwide. The volume of air traffic fell by 60% globally. As the planes were suspended from March to June 2020, the weather returned to normal, as ...« read more »
Machu picchu Animals
23 August 2020
The Inca Trail road in the sanctuary area is over 300 kilometers long, with the Route No. 01 or Km 82 of Inca Trail with 46 km (approx.) one of the most famous and well known in the world, it showing construction features such as bridges, systems of terraces and drainage, articulated archaeological multifunctional complexes built with stone founding in the area.
The Machu Picchu citadel is a sacred space, ...« read more »
Inca Trail Tour Companies
18 August 2020
100% Local Tour Operators
The following Inca Trail tour operators are listed by price (not comparative by quality), it means the least expensive to the most luxurious option. The below rates are given for a 4 day Inca Trail trek (a group service) or a 2 day Inca Trail with camping or a hotel (unless stated otherwise). These prices may change quickly, particularly; in the beginning of a year. Nevertheless, we are ...« read more »