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Protesters are blocking the PeruRail train that takes thousands of people to the famed Inca city of Machu Picchu, in Peru, stranding many... Read More

With more than 2.1 million tags, Machu Picchu is the 13th most-Instagrammed place in the world, and with good reason. The mysterious architectural site... Read More

Machu Picchu, a sprawling Incan settlement and UNESCO World Heritage Site, has long been a draw for tourists thanks to its magnificent stone... Read More

“Pretty much everywhere I go, I end up coming home with a kitten,” Hannah Shaw told Travel + Leisure.Shaw is a humane educator and advocate who... Read More

Peru  Get 39 percent off at Palacio del Inka, a Luxury Collection Hotel, a centuries-old mansion with colonial furniture and hand-painted frescoes... Read More

For some tourists, just visiting Machu Picchu and capturing the perfect shot isn’t enough. No, they have to go even higher for a bird’s eye view of the... Read More

Not everyone can climb Mt. Everest. The world’s tallest mountain is probably the number one fitness challenge for a select few, but most travelers have... Read More

It’s the stuff of romantic travel novels: the dramatic sea cliffs and pastel villas of Positano, Nerano, and Ravello on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, or... Read More

Hiking the Incan Trail to the ancient stronghold of Machu Picchu sits at the top of many travelers’ wish lists. The sacred citadel—which sits perched... Read More

South America is on sale today, thanks to a major Aeromexico airfare blowout. As reported early this morning by The Flight Deal, flights are available... Read More

Every year, millions of people visit the imposing and mysterious Incan citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru. But getting to the massive agricultural terraces... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com.To say that Machu Picchu was “discovered” on July 24, 1911, is to forget that ruins cannot truly be found for... Read More

Two tourists died in separate photo taking incidents in Peru in the last week. Oliver Paps, a 51-year-old German tourist, fell more than 300 feet after... Read More

Cuzco, perched high in the Andes Mountains, is the longest continuously inhabited city in South America. It was also the ancient capital of the Incan... Read More

One woman has taken her string of bad luck and turned it into an adventure. In one month, Megan Sullivan got hit by a car, was diagnosed with skin... Read More

Gwyneth Paltrow recently shared her travel routine, and is now putting it to the test as she treks around Peru with her two children, Apple and... Read More

The next time you tour Machu Picchu either in real life or on Google Street View, keep your eyes peeled for any lawbreakers. They should be quite... Read More

One of Peru’s most and breathtaking regions, Salkantay, is arguably best explored by foot. GLP Films follows master explorer Dalmiro Portillo as he... Read More

Machu Picchu is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, but a lengthy flight and myriad on-site stairs make it impossible for some to... Read More

A little over a century ago, an American archealogist named Hiram Bingham and a team explorers unearthed an ancient series of cities that we now... Read More

Vertically inclined travelers in Peru’s Sacred Valley now have the option of waking up 1,300 feet up a cliff face.The Natura Vive adventure company has... Read More

The old woman elbows me in the ribs, hard. She is small, Peruvian, her face heavily creased. Black hair hangs in a braid to the middle of her back. She... Read More

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North AmericaIconic HikesOur top picks for tackling some of the most scenic U.S. landscapes.Yosemite National Park, California: On the Yosemite Walking ... Read More

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