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.
Phone: +51 84 217 551
Salkantay Trek Devastation and Animal Exploitation
30 January 2019
Many travelers and bloggers describe the beauty of the Salkantay Trek route. However, this blog is to describe the bad influence of irresponsible tourism as well as to give some advices.
The Salkantay Trek used to have one of the loveliest natural routes worldwide. It also has been considered as an alternative trek to the Inca Trail. Its tour operators used to bring personal tents, dining tents and toilet tents ...« read more »
Responsible Tourism Tips for your Inca Trail
24 January 2019
Machu Picchu is a unique place in the world, not only is it a beautiful stone city, it is the perfect synchrony between what man and nature can do. Machu Picchu is the proof that the hand of man can do great things without this signifying a conflict with nature. All of this makes taking care of and preserving it a task not only of the authorities of Peru ...« read more »
Inca Trail permits
18 January 2019
If the 2019 limit was set to travel to the Inca Trail, you must make your plans as soon as possible. Book your Inca Trail permits 2019 online 6 months in advance. There are only 500 spaces available per day, approximately 200 are assigned to tourists and 300 to porters, cooks and guides.
If the number of spaces is exhausted, you will have to choose another date. If the permits ...« read more »
Inca Trail Porters
18 January 2019
There are only 500 permits every day to do the traditional Inca Trail, for Porters, Tour Guides and Cooks including. Trekkers usually finish this 43-km long trail in 4 days or 3 days. Most of them consider the Inca Trail as their lifetime experience and personal ambition fulfillment. It is hard to overcome the contentment of completing the hike and visiting the magnificent Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. Anyway, ...« read more »
Wildlife of the Sierra
17 January 2019
The Andes of Peru have been heavily populated by wildlife for thousands of years, In Inca times all types of Andean wildlife enjoyed a form of protection, and although periodic hunts occurred, these were few and the privilege of the ruling class. After the Spanish conquest and the breakdown of the Inca infrastructure, wild animals were hunted indiscriminately and consequently suffered a population decline which was further advanced by ...« read more »