It does not matter if you travel to Peru in a group of friends or independently, you should always be responsible and take out a travel insurance. Your safety is just as important as enjoying your life.
When you have already picked up a trip to Peru and you have solved all related, but you are not sure yet what type of travel insurance is more suitable for you, then please keep reading. Your travel insurance have to cover adequately a danger of personal accidents and medical expenses. You should also take in accounts if you like to do adrenaline sports or visit the Amazon Rainforest. Anyway, remember that Peru differs from your home country! In addition, it is not a country where your family lives and that can help you in case of emergency.
We would like to offer you below one of the best travel insurances worldwide. The travel insurance is not mandatory to participate in any of our tours or our volunteering. It is an option for your safety. On top of all, it is an alternative of how to participate in our projects since the travel insurance company gives us a contribution to our projects as well.
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Inca Trail Tour Companies
24 August 2021
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 »
Inca Trail & Machu Picchu closing
01 July 2021
Is Machu Picchu closing?
Machu Picchu is the most familiar icon of Inca civilization and it is most important tourist attraction of Cusco and Peru. Every year, there are 3000 travelers visiting the lost city of the Incas, either by foot, by train or by car. While most visitors focus on the ruins of Machu Picchu, the landscapes enveloping it prove just as stunning as the stone ruins themselves. if ...« read more »
Machu Picchu Animals
28 June 2021
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 »
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 »