Alejandrina, or Ale (pronounced Alley) guided our second-ever tour in 2009 and has been with us ever since. In fact, this mother-of-two may be why Peru is our number-one destination. Everybody raves about her passion for her country.
We rang Ale in Cusco so she could introduce herself to you.
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Last week Rob dished out his top restaurant recommendations in Lima. Today, he’s following that up with, well, everything else. He serves his top tips on where to stay, what to do and where to party as well as some specific details to best enjoy Peru’s capital city.
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In the first of a two-parter, Rob dishes on his top four restaurants in Lima, Peru. Take a look and let us know your thoughts on the Peruvian capital’s thriving culinary scene.
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Jeb Stenhouse and his partner Mark Klein joined Out Adventures’ The Inca Trail & Machu Picchu tour in March 2017. The duo intended to climb the Peruvian Andes in order to experience the UNESCO World Heritage site firsthand. Besides the usual trekking gear, they brought along a camera to capture their experience.
Scroll through Jeb and Marks’ amazing photos below to better understand why Out Adventures has been hosting The Inca Trail & Machu Picchu tour for ten years.
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It’s one of the world’s most famous hikes, which is why we love bringing people along the Inca Trail. Here are some things to know if you’re considering this active gay adventure.
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Our Peruvian Inca Trail Gay Tour is no walk in the park – even though it is technically a walk in the park. To really enjoy the escapade, preparation is key, especially if you’re not acclimated to high altitude hiking.
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If you’re planning to hike The Inca Trail, things can quickly get heavier than a celebrity breakup if you don’t pack smart. Keep your baggage under 20kg/44lb, because anything beyond that is likely to be left behind in Lima. You should also bring something smaller for day trips to carry water, your camera, and any souvenirs you pick up along the way.
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If you can’t join one of our impressive Peruvian Gay Tours, or you’ve simply got your own agenda in mind, we’ve got more great ways to see Peru with OUT Adventures.
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