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Choquequirao
3 Aug

Choquequirao – the other Machu Picchu

When you Google "Peru", Machu Picchu is probably the first result on the search. It certainly is one of the most impressive places I have ever seen. Well, that was before I found Choquequirao. Often referred to as Machu Picchu’s “little sister”, this place ranks high up on my travel list. After completing the Inca Trail and Salkantay Trek, Choquequirao was the obvious choice. The ambitious 4-day trek starts at about 3,0​30 meters above sea level in the Vilcabamba ​Valley (or Apurimac River Canyon), some 170 km from Cusco.   [caption id="attachment_3300"...