The Faroe Islands are made for a road trip but putting together an itinerary that takes it all in can be tricky when you don’t know much about where you’re going! Thankfully, we’ve got you covered with this week-long Faroe Islands itinerary.
Is Peru expensive to travel in? Or is it a budget backpacker’s delight? Based on our own experiences, we’ve shared key travel costs and prices to show exactly what things cost in Peru to help you plan your travel budget!
The centre of the Incan empire and gateway to many of its most famous ruins, it’s inevitable that Cusco will feature on your route through Peru. Here are our most useful travel tips and things to know before you visit Cusco.
Huaraz is the capital of hiking in Peru and so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there are several great day trips and hikes - perfect for those preparing for the Santa Cruz trek or those looking for the best day trips or Huaraz tours.
Cusco is an integral part of any Peru itinerary. Yet whilst the city certainly has plenty to offer the visitor, much of what really makes this part of the country truly fascinating involves a day trip from Cusco. Here’s our pick of the best day trips from Cusco.
Rainbow Mountain, a day trip from Cusco, has become a social media sensation in very short time. In this post, we share the essential information on Rainbow Mountain tours, advice on what to wear and prepare for the 5,200m altitude, and thoughts on if a tour to Rainbow Mountain in 2019 is actually worth it.
An independent day trip to Laguna Churup is an incredibly fun, slightly adventurous hike only 45 minutes from Huaraz. For information on how to get to Laguna Churup, the hike route itself, and what you need to bring, this post has all the answers!
One of the most popular destinations in Peru, it took us two visits to uncover some of the magic of Cusco. From chocolate shops to cool cafes, cooking classes to churches and colonial history, here are the best things to do in Cusco.