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Mountain Forecasts – Huaraz

Mountain Forecasts for the major Nevadas & Peaks in the Huaraz region Below are links to some of the popular mountain routes in the Peruvian Andes. These are intended to..

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Mountain Forecasts – Cusco

Mountain Forecasts for the major Nevadas & Peaks in the Cusco region. Below are links to some of the popular mountain routes in the Peruvian Andes. These are intended to..

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Refunds & Booking T&C’s

Refunds & Cancellation Policy for Unu Raymi Expeditions E.I.R.L Our refunds and cancellation policy is as follows: Cancellation fee: $35 (plus any trip resource costs paid & bank charges to..

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Machu Picchu Travel: Inside the Citadel

Machu Picchu Travel: What you can do inside & what to expect. Machu Picchu is a 15th-century Incan citadel; located on a ridge between the Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu mountains..

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Trek Planning

Trek Planning Recommended list of equipment to help with your Trek Planning – Trek Ideas Your Original Passport will be required for your trip, take a photocopy with you when..

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Trip Planning

Trip Planning – The stuff you need to know! Entry Requirements – Visas Generally citizens from Western Europe, North America & Australasia do not need a visa to enter Peru...

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Preparing for Altitude

Altitude management & what to be aware of when you’re planning to head into the Andes Altitude sickness One discomfort often faced by travellers in Peru is altitude sickness, locally..

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Travel Information for Huaraz

Travel Information for Huaraz Travel Information for getting to Huaraz from Lima The routes into huaraz will depend on the amount of time you have and the schedule you’re working..

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Weather in Huaraz

Country Overview For Peru The climate in Peru typically varies from tropical in the east to dry desert in the west; temperate to frigid in the Andes. The terrain: western..

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Weather in Cusco

Country Overview For Peru The climate in Peru typically varies from tropical in the east to dry desert in the west; temperate to frigid in the Andes. The terrain: western..

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