Inca trail holiday, Peru
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Description of Inca trail holiday, Peru
An Inca trail holiday in Peru provides travellers with an enthralling opportunity to follow in the footsteps of one of South America’s most mysterious and endearing ancient civilisations.
This is your chance to experience a week in Peru where archaeological sites and cultural hot spots decorate the cities of Lima and Cuzco prior to your Inca trail holiday reaching fruition as you embark on a trek or train ride to Machu Picchu.
From the ruins of Ollantaytambo to the lush green slopes of the Sacred Valley, this week-long Inca trail holiday in Peru leaves no ancient stone unturned when it comes to action-packed adventures around one of the world’s most important Inca sites.
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1 Reviews of Inca trail holiday, Peru
Reviewed on 25 Nov 2012 by Antoine Taridif
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?
2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?
Do not book with this operator.
3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?
I would never book with this operator again. Could you pick worse hotels if you tried?
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We are very keen to be able to investigate your concerns, however your review does not outline your specific issues. We would be very interested to know these and would be grateful if you could send any further comments to our customer service team.
In the meantime we have gone through to our team in South East Asia and ask that they review the hotels used on your trip to try to identify any problems.
Thank you for sending through your feedback. I hope to hear from you in due course.
Head of Customer Service
PlanetIn the hotels, we encourage passengers to reuse towels and sheets to conserve water and reduce the consumption of detergent.
On the trail, we promote use of reusable canteens for water and give passengers a chance to purchase at the beginning of the trip. All proceeds from these purchases support our foundation's many projects in the Sacred Valley region. We also provide passengers with a responsible travel bag and encourage them to refuse plastic while on the trail. Our porters and cooks use biodegradable soap while camping to minimize the harmful impact of chemicals on the environment.
PeopleThis trip gives you plenty of opportunities to get to know the culture and vibrant history of Latin America. There are numerous chances for local interaction, including a visit to a local community in the heart of the Sacred Valley as well sharing conversations with your porters while on the trail. You’ll be surprised how much you can learn from a friendly local who strikes up a conversation during your journey.
All hotels on this trip are locally owned, as we try to contribute as much as possible to the local communities.
Local guides are employed to help explain the cultural differences and the historically significant places that we visit. Your guide will be able to direct you to many local eateries throughout the trip, helping you discover real local fare at real local prices (and probably helping you learn some Spanish at the same time). All travellers are encouraged to explore with the group and on their own, learn a few words of the language and interact with the locals as much as possible. We continuously monitor the development of our local porters and support them professionally in their goal to become a trip leader.
There are plenty of opportunities to support local merchants in the markets and stalls that we pass along the way. We can purchase traditional handicrafts from local artisans and learn more about the importance of preserving these crafts.
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