Machu Picchu, Peru
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The Global Sustainable Tourism Council announces project in South America.
South America recognized in 2012 Latin American Travel Association Awards
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South America nominations for the New 7 Wonders Cities campaign
Lost City of the Incas Photo Gallery
Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru, with good reason. The ruins stand atop a steep mountain overlooking the Urubamba river far below, and raise questions archaeologists and historians are still asking. Enjoy these photos of the site.
Inca Trail to Machu Picchu - Walk or Ride?
Every year during the dry season between May to September multitudes of visitors from all over the workd stand in awe of the spectacular ruins of the Lost City of the Incas.
Views of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Views of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu include views down deep river gorges and up at snow-clad mountain peaks. These images are only a sample of the trek through barren puno, up and down rocky mountain trails, through meadows and cloud forest, sheer cliff faces and on to the fabled ruins at Machu Picchu. Enjoy!
Machu Picchu Books and Souvenirs
Machu Picchu, the Lost City! Books about explorations, discoveries, treks, photographs, tours, the Inca Trail, ruins and Hiram Bingham, plus videos, tapestries and music.
Walk The Inca Trail
Depending on your starting point, the Inca Trail is 27 to 35 miles long passing through high-mountain desert, cloud forest, and mountain passes with elevations of nearly 14,000 feet and an orchid-rich jungle before it brings you to to Machu Picchu, the fabled Lost City of the Incas.