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Colombia and Peru: 33 Lions Rescued
33 rescued lions await their passports and new life in South Africa
Peru: A Strong Connection to the Earth
Peru: Travel through the Pisac ruins and visit the quiet Amaru community with this writer, who honors their quiet way of life, and respect for the earth.
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South America: stories from all countries in the continent.brazil, uruguay, paraguay, ecuador, colombia, bolivia, peru
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Peru: Peeking in at the Life of the Poorest
Peru: In Lima, Hannah Vickers take a tour of the slums, high above the city.
Peru: Exploring the Young Towns
The Young Towns in Peru are adventurous places to explore – hold your bag tightly, and beware of pickpockets while you're traveling through.
Peru: Andean Women's Culture
Peru: Seeing Andean Culture Through the Eyes of Women. A women-only trip to Machu Picchu and other sites in Peru.

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Biking Peru: Tackling the Horizontal Abyss
Peru biking: David EXN Nghiem describes biking through tunnels in the Andes mountains of Peru and other tales of his South American biking adventure
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Peru: A Bus and a Bag of Onions
Experiencint Peru crammed into a bus seat, headed for the Sunday market in Pisac.
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The Andes Trail Expedition: Biking to the End of the World
Kaitlyn Silva writes about the 6,875-mile Andes Trail Bike Expedition from Ecuador to Argentina organized by Bike Dreams of the Netherlands.
Peru: A Tea Drinker's Dilemma
Coca Leaf Tea: The refreshing altitude antidote of the Andes that's illegal to bring into the US.
Planeterra - The G.A.P Adventures Foundation: Helping the Children of Peru
Melissa Vitti describes the many community assistance projects supported by the Planeterra Foundation, including the House of the People of the Sun in Cuzco, Peru.
Peru's Sacred Valley Photo Gallery
Peru's Sacred Valley. Photos by Heidi Siefkas of Machu Picchu, Cusco and other sites in Peru.
Peru: A Cheaper Trail to Machu Pichu
Salkantay Trek to Machu Pichu. Peru's less expensive trail is similar to the Inka Trail.
Exploring Peru With My New Family
Jenny Hartshorne visits Peru with her new blended family and everyone has a fabulous time exploring the Amazon Rainforest and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Peru | Horsing Around the Other Inca Trail
Peru: Riding horses outside of Cuzco on a trail with ancient agricultural testing grounds and other surprises.
Mystic Tourism: Searching for the Yage in Peru
Peru mysticism: Chris Allsop journeys to the jungles of Peru to search for ayahuasca, or yagé, a powerful hallucinogen known to local peoples as 'the vine of the soul.'
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Community Tourism in Peru: The Island of Taquile, Lake Titicaca
A description of sustainable tourism on the Island of Taquile on Lake Titcaca.
Peru's Manu National Park: A Family Adventure in the Amazon Jungle
Environmental Scienties Michael Space and his family go on an adventure into Manu National Park in the Peruvian Amazon where they encounter an incredible variety of exotic plants and animals.
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