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Top 10 Alternative Party Holidays

Raving the night away in a sweaty club in Ibiza, throwing back juice-y cocktails in Malia or falling out of nightclubs in Magaluf, these are all classic thoughts you might have about typical party destinations. If the idea of ending up on “Sun, Sea and Suspicious Parents” makes you shudder, yet you still enjoy a good boogie now and again with a cocktail in hand, fear not, you’re not alone! Studies show that millennial's have fallen out of love with...

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Advice

Peru

South America

10 things you should know before visiting Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Permits? Check. Hiking gear? Check. Passport? Check. If you're planning to book a trip to Peru, looked at the different ways to reach Machu Picchu and feel ready to go then think again. We've put together ten handy points you should know before you set of on your big Peruvian adventure.

1. You don't need to hike to visit Machu Picchu

Whenever there's mention of visiting the iconic Machu Picchu, it's natural to assume there's only one way to get there. Through...

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Destinations

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Exploring in the name of Cyber Monday!

 

Cyber Monday, the online sibling of Black Friday, is the next day on everyone’s mind. No doubt the world and itself will be pouring over web pages, sifting through sales looking to bag a bargain. 

Cyber originates from the Greek word “cybernetics” to mean “skilled in steering or governing”. So in the spirit of all things cyber, we’re looking back and taking a virtual trip around the world....

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Peru

South America

Travel tips

4 things you should definitely do when you visit Cusco

What was once known as the ancient capital of the Incas is now bursting with so much culture, tradition and a legacy that dates back to the 15th Century, you won't wan't to miss out on a visit! Don't let the 3,399m eleveation put you off as this iconic city is bursting with plenty to see and do.

1. Market shopping

One of the greatest things about Cusco is its rustic charm that reflects the city's history and tradition. Unlike Peru's larger cities such as Lima,...

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Peru

South America

Food and drinks of Peru

When you think of Peru, what cuisine do you associate with it? Heavy on the meats and veg? Or does it perhaps resemble Mexican cuisine? After visiting Lima which is known as the culinary capital of South America, we shortlisted some of our favourite and most fascinating drinks, ingredients and dishes we recommend trying for yourself when visiting this Andean treasure of a country.

Chicha Morada

Originally made from purple corn, this refreshing drink is packed full...

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Peru

South America

5 Things you didn’t know about Lima

Lima

Welcome to the bustling capital city of Peru. Here you will come across pretty much anything you can expect from a large city, including amazing restaurants selling local cuisine, colonial architecture, busy shopping districts and a vibrant nightlife. But what about those hidden unexpected treasures that you didn't know you could do?

1. You can hang out with cats

At the heart of the Miraflores district you will find Kennedy park. Named after John. F. Kennedy,...

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Peru

South America

Journey to the Amazon Jungle

Amazon Jungle in Peru

When it comes to travel or even thinking about where to travel next, few probably think to consider visiting the Amazon Jungle.  With such a remote location in the world that covers an area of 2,300,000 square miles of rainforest filled with a rich variety of biodiversity, it's unbelivable to think that you could have an opportunity to catch even a glimpse of such a different but intriguing part of the world that we live in.

Naturally with the Amazon Jungle being so impressively large,...

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Peru

South America

Travel tips

My Inca Journey: The Inca Trail diaries

Making friends in Peru

We’ve all heard that famous saying of: “It’s not about the destination, but the journey.” Well I would say that when it comes to the Inca Trail, it’s most definitely about both. Apart from the research done around what was the best time to visit Machu Picchu and what to pack, I decided to go into the Inca Trail and Peru as a whole with an open mind. I wanted to be surprised and make up my own mind on whether this truly was one of the world’s greatest hikes and why it’s...

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South America

Travel tips

Trip planning

What to pack for the Inca Trail

The Inca Trail

I’ve recently returned from an incredible two weeks in Peru, naturally booking myself on to do the famous Inca Trail as part of my trip. Like the majority of travellers, I’d searched online and asked around for tips on what to pack for a four-day adventure that would take me to the lost city of the Incas.

A question I’ve often been asked is why Peru? And why the Inca Trail? What’s so special about this country and this experience that’s so talked about in the travel...

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What’s so special about Buenos Aires?

At the moment, Argentina is great value for money due to recent sharp decline in the value of the peso. It is a seductive, diverse and vast country full of contrasts. From the icy end-of-the-earth Ushuaian wilderness to the European influence of the capital. The indigenous north in the Andean foothills, to gaucho estancias and the fast-developing viticulture, there’s a lot to sink your teeth into. Take advantage of how far you can make your money go in...

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