Latest Blog Posts About Peru
Be it a pub or a piazza, a scenic overlook or a back-country lodge, for me there’s often no better way to experience a destination than to park myself in the center of the action and soak it in over the cool (or warm) local cocktail of choice.
Hello fellow travelers! I’m excited to be the newest member of the Boundless Journeys team, and I look forward to helping you plan your next dream trip. One of the many things that drew me to Boundless Journeys is their commitment to giving back to the places where they operate—whether making a conscious effort to […]
- Ashley Morton, Boundless Journeys I had the fortunate opportunity to travel to Peru recently on a research trip to discover some new trails for Boundless Journeys. The first stop was the tiny airport of Puerto Maldanado and jumping off point for navigating the jungles and waterways of the Amazon River Basin.
At Boundless Journeys, we often find ourselves chatting with potential travelers about where to go next. While our diverse collection of trips really does represent The World’s Great Adventures, each one being a worthy destination in its own right, there are five places I have found myself suggesting over and over again as one of […]
It happens every year, but 2012 seems even earlier than usual. Only 500 permits per day are issued for people to hike on the Inca trail into Machu Picchu, and already permits are sold out for almost the entire month of July.
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