Friday, October 30, 2015

Joining the New Age: Travel Bloggers

Valencia Travel Cusco has been lucky enough to have a few travel bloggers come and join us on our trips recently. After their experiences, they went online and wrote a little something about us and what they did whilst in Peru.

[Note: All photos in this post were taken and posted by the bloggers themselves and are featured on their websites which can all be followed by clicking the links at the end of each section.]

O Christine


(Above: O Christine enjoying the views of Machu Picchu.)  


O Christine joined us on our 4 day Lares trek in Spring on a private trek. In her blog, she goes into great depth about everything she experienced on her trek, from their close bond with their guide, to the accommodation and everything in between. The photos taken before and during her trek give a great insight into the beauty of the landscapes and the value of the immersion that can be experienced on this trek. 

Read the full article here.



Run With Jim


(Above: Run With Jim and his daughter at Machu Picchu.)


Jim joined us in Peru with his lovely daughter. They ventured to many different historical sites. Obviously, they also stopped at the holy grail that is Machu Picchu. Their experiences are documented through a series of photographs and captions, showing many of the fascinating sites visited.

Read the full article here.



Bohemian Traveler


(Above: One of the many amazing photographs taken along the way by Bohemian Traveler.)

Bohemian Traveler trekked to Machu Picchu via Salkantay with us. The tough journey takes you through snow-capped mountains, cloud forests and so much more. His journey is documented in stunning photographs showing many of the incredible landscapes witnessed along the way.

Read the full article here.


Runaway Juno


(Above: Runaway Juno in front of the stunning views surrounding Machu Picchu.)

Our final blogger was also on the Salkantay trek leading to Machu Picchu. She struggled with altitude sickness slightly during her time in Peru, but after a little advise from a guide, she found a way to manage it. She posted two wonderful blogs about her trip: one focuses on coca leaves and how they helped her along, and the other is a beautiful account of Machu Picchu in photographs.

Read the full article here.


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