All about the Inca Trail Peru 2012 | How to get discount | How to book stress-free and much more

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Welcome to the DOS MANOS 2012 Newsletter:
The Inca Trail Special!
In this extra-long edition of our newsletter we cover all things Inca Trail and Machu Picchu related. Our aim is to inform you so that you book your own trek or tour with confidence and ease…and we hope to show you a bit about the history and culture of Peru too. And on top of that, we are happy to offer you a discount if you book for one of our fixed departure dates!

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If you are reading this Newsletter, you probably want to trek the Inca Trail and you will want to know the best way to go about booking it. Here at Dos Manos, we handle a lot of these bookings and we are happy to share our knowledge about this sometimes tricky process with you. Read on for our 5 steps to booking your Inca Trail Trek without all the stress!

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If you have ignored all the good advice in our article

How to Book the Inca Trail Trek: Our Five Step Stress-Free Guide

, or you are on a last minute trip, 
then you might find yourself in Cusco, Peru and attempting to book the Inca Trail Trek without any options left to do the classic Inca Trail. Now what?? Don’t panic. There are plenty of other opportunities to visit Machu Picchu!

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If you have booked an Inca Trail Trek, chances are you have been preparing somehow for your trip to Peru. Maybe you have already booked your flight and hotel. Maybe you have been reading a guidebook to learn about the history and culture. Maybe you have even been working out more to prepare for your trek. Travel takes some preparation and we want you to be perfectly prepared for your Inca Trail trek! If you want to read more, here is the link to our article

What to Pack for Your Inca Trail Trek: Our Eleven Essential Items.

 
To visit Peruand the famous Inca Ruins of Machu Picchu and otherswithout causing it any harm, please follow the following guidelines both before and during your visit. By doing this you can be a responsible trekker and traveler!

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If you are interested in trekking the Inca Trail or visiting Machu Picchu by train, then you might also be interested in climbing Huayna Picchu. If you want to climb Huayna Picchu, as of 2012 you will need to pay an extra entrance fee of $60 if you are trekking the Inca Trail or $10 if you are on a different trek or tour. Huayna Picchu, which takes approximately and hour to climb, offers trekkers the chance to see the Machu Picchu ruins from a new and breathtaking point of view!

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So you have trekked the famous Inca Trail and you still have a few days to spend in Cusco.  You might also have arrived in Cusco a few days before your trek to acclimatize. You might be wondering if there is anything else worth doing or seeing here in Cusco. Although Machu Picchu is the main attraction of course, there are still many interesting historical and cultural sights to see! Here at Dos Manos, we definitely recommend both the Cusco City Tour and the Sacred Valley Tour to travelers who want to experience the real Peru.

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Here at Dos Manos, we firmly believe in responsible tourism and treating our local staff and the local environment with the respect they deserve. 
We are happy to contribute to the local economy by providing jobs for local people as tour guides, cooks, and porters. Most importantly we pay all our local staff fairly ...

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If you want to know what trekking the Inca Trail is really like read this day-by-day account written by a Dos Manos trekker. She participated in the four day hike, starting at Km. 82, a busdrive away from ancient capital of the Inca’s, Cusco or Cuzco.

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POLL
What is MOST Important when booking YOUR Inca Trail Trek?
Vote number 50 – 100 – 150 and so on receive a 5% discount on any departure date!
Responsable Travel Agency
I look for a travel agency that protects the environment and respects its local staff; I want to know my money goes to a responsible agency.
 
Low Price
I am on a low budget and for me a low price is definitely the most important when choosing an agency for my Inca Trail or other treks.
 
Friendly and Efficient response
I only want to deal with a friendly agency with a hard-working staff that responds to my requests and questions quickly, in good English or other langauges.


 


 


 










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