Travel Peru: Rainbow Mountain Trek

Hola amigos and welcome to the last post in my Travel Peru series! Rainbow Mountain was the last place we went in Peru before Mike was hospitalized and we decided to end our trip early (completely unrelated to the trek or anything about Peru, that’s all I’ll say on the matter). I am so glad that we were able to do the trek, it was honestly one of the most amazing places…

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Travel Peru: Cusco + Sacred Valley

Hello and welcome back to my Travel Peru series! This will be my second last post in the series, Cusco was the last city we stayed in before heading back to Canada. Cusco has pretty much everything in terms of extreme activities. You can bunjee jump, slingshot (reverse bunjee jumping) ride ziplines, river raft, visit historical sites, hike.. the list just goes on. We didn’t do everything in Cusco because we…

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Travel Peru – Arequipa

Hey guys, welcome back to my travel series! I’ve been slowly chronicling my adventures in Peru with Life Before Work Travel over the past month or so. So far I’ve shared Lima, Huacachina, Paracas and some places in between. If you’ve missed a post or two check out the rest of my Travel Peru series HERE!

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Travel Peru: Colca Canyon Trek

Colca Canyon is a must see for any traveller in the Arequipa region of Peru. It’s not quite near Arequipa, but it was the best embarkment point for the trek. To give you a little lesson in geography, Colca Canyon is the second deepest canyon in the world at 3270 metres deep. It’s deeper than the Grand Canyon in Arizona and reaches an altitude of 6288 metres high.  

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Travel Peru: Paracas

Hola Amigos! Today’s post continues on with my travel Peru series for a day in Paracas. Paracas is a little town about an hour out of Huacachina. It’s very popular and for good reason! Our guide booked us tons of things to do for about 140 sols, or about $60CAD. Day 3 – Paracas We started our day in Paracas at a little breakfast and lunch place called Fruzion. They…

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Travel Peru: Lima & Huacachina

Many of you already know this, but for those who are new to my blog my husband and I just returned from Peru. We booked an 18 – 30 group tour because I knew I’d be lost in Peru with my limited Spanish speaking ability. LBW Travel took care of all the bus transfers, accommodations, and most of the activities for us. This was my first travel experience with this…

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