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Apulaya Blog

November 6th, 2015 282 views

Huchuy Qosqo Hike

Huchuy Qosqo Hike is a new 2D/1N trekking tour that Cusi Travel offers in Cusco, Peru. We do the hike to Huchuy Qosqo on the first day and it is 14 km or 9 miles....

Compare Machu Picchu Hikes

November 25th, 2015 453 views

Compare Machu Picchu Hikes

When planning your trip to Machu Picchu in Peru, there are a lot of options of how to get there. Many people choose to do a hike that involves camping in the mountains and...

Apulaya Blog

January 12th, 2016 260 views

First Impressions of Cusco City

Most people come to Cusco, Peru to hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, but exploring the city itself is an equally exciting experience. Once a stunning Inca capital, Cusco today offers one of...

Apulaya Blog

January 19th, 2016 254 views

Changes to Inca Trail Permits

For a long time the Inca Trail permits have been limited to 500 per day for all the Inca Trail routes, no matter if you do the hike in 2, 3, 4 or 5...

Apulaya Blog

January 27th, 2016 244 views

The First Incas

According to legend, the ancient sun god instructed his two children, Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, to emerge from Lake Titicaca, at which point he gave them a golden staff. The reason: to found...

Apulaya Blog

June 3rd, 2016 286 views

A Guide to Altitude Sickness

They say that the best cure for altitude sickness is descent, but that becomes impossibly hard to do, when Cusco and its surrounding areas are the main cause of altitude sickness. Cusco, Peru, a...

Apulaya Blog

June 8th, 2016 278 views

Cusco Food and Restaurants

When traveling the world we are bound to encounter all different types of food, and often times we dine at restaurants because of people’s recommendations or word of mouth. This is perhaps the best...

Apulaya Blog

June 16th, 2016 246 views

Navigating around Cusco

Cusco is a busy town where many things happen at once. The roads and street corners are flooded with pedestrians and cars, acting as one sector. For tourists coming in, it may seem like...