Everyone has heard about Machu Picchu, in the South of Peru, but most travellers neglect the North. That is very unfortunate, because it is home to a whole different culture, the Chachapoyas, with its own crown jewel – the fortress of Kuelap.
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Are you looking for a trek with a difference to enjoy during a stay at Pariwana's hostel in Cusco? If so, for an adventure you won't forget, travel to the spectacular Inca site of Huchuy Qosqo, also known as "Little Cusco". This site is not accessible by road, so it is hard to get to, but definitely worth the effort.
Travelling from Pariwana Hostel in Cusco and looking to enjoy Lake Titicaca? The two most popular destinations to enjoy the lake are Puno in Peru and Copacabana in Bolivia.
Of course you have heard of it, and if you are travelling to Peru, you most likely want to see it, too. And if you are like most people, you probably have lots of questions about the best way to “do Machu Picchu”. Fear not, for here are some tips on the essentials to save you some money and maximize your enjoyment.
Along the same highway that brings you from Lima to Cusco lays a high plateau that dazzles the imagination. Backpackers traveling through will probably make their way to the far end of the plateau, where the small city of Nazca is located. The city itself has plenty of hostels and hotels, but there are also a number of camping options if you have the appropriate gear.
Pariwana Hostel Cusco is nominated as one of the 20 best large hostels in the world and wins the award as the best hostel in Peru!
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