This August 15th the “White City” of Arequipa celebrates its 478th anniversary of Spanish foundation as the “Beautiful Villa of our Lady of the Assumption”.
For this reason, the entire Arequipa population is ready to celebrate their city anniversary, which has a dry climate during the winter, autumn and spring and due to the presence of humidity it also has a temperate climate.
Inca Trail is already exhausted for the months of August, September and even October the question arises of how to get to Machu Picchu without getting lost in the culture and not just take a train.
The Lares walk is an excellent alternative to the traditional Inca Trail as it has the same number of days (4 days) and the same destination – Machu Picchu – through this walk you can get to know Machu Picchu enjoying the beauty of the landscape, culture and the best coexisting with local communities that have known how to maintain their current customs and traditions.
Machu Picchu has been named one of the 7 Wonders of the World in 2007, making it one of the destinations that one should visit at least once in a lifetime.
Machu Picchu is located in the region of Cusco – Peru at 2430 meters above sea level in the jungle area and the best time to visit it is between the months of May to September, which is the time of year called “Dry Season” given the little presence of rains during these months.
One of the points to take into account when organizing your trip to a new country or the destination of your dreams, is always how to get to this point and which is the safest way to arrive without suffering unfortunate setbacks such as extra expenses, scams or assaults ruining what must have been an unforgettable trip.
In this little blog we provide answers to the questions we receive from our guests and that will give you more reasons to you should stay with us during your trip to Cusco.