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Torres del Paine W Trek – Best Experience on Foot in Patagonia

The recent events related with the pandemic brought the whole tourism business in South America to an abrupt halt.   Of course, the Chilean Patagonia was not spared.  Little by little South American countries have managed to control and flatten the curve of contagion and have started to open their international borders. Ecuador, followed by Colombia,...
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Our new Destination at the end of a Continent – Travelling to Patagonia

There is no doubt that South America is such an interesting continent due to the variety of landscapes and ecosystems that it embedded: from the driest desert on earth such as the Atacama which stretches from northern Chile to southeastern Perú, to the largest tropical rainforest represented by the Amazon which extends through 8 countries...
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Learning Quechua: A Beginner’s Guide

Today’s blog post is about learning Quechua! Quechua, the language of the Incas. Also known as Runasmi (runa, roughly translated as ‘people’ and simi, meaning ‘speech’), it’s an expressive language family spoken in the Andes. We’ll be learning some useful phrases, as well as some interesting things about the culture!  Overview of Quechua Language Quechua...
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Quelccaya Trekking 2020

It´s hard to believe, but 2020 marks Ayni Peru´s seventh year operating treks to the Quelccaya Ice Field! We´re happy to be one of the most experienced trek operators on these routes, which explore one of the largest glaciated area in the tropics. It´s also home to some of the fastest-retreating glaciers in the world....
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Quarantine in Cusco

Across the world many are going into quarantine, either self-imposed or government ordered. As Ayni is located in Cusco, Peru, we’d like to give you a look at quarantine here, as well as some personal experiences of those in the city. What’s it like in a day in quarantine in Cusco? Everything for necessities such...
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Coronavirus and Peru

What you need to know about traveling to Peru, as the coronavirus crisis intensifies. Thinking about traveling to Peru soon? Here’s what you need to know about how coronavirus has affected traveling within and to the country. In an effort to to help combat the spread of this upper respiratory infection (known as COVID-19), the...
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Toritos of Pucara

The Myth, The Meaning, and the Custom If you ever visit Peru, especially the areas of Cusco, Puno, or Ayacucho, you’re sure to see a pair of clay bulls resting on the rooftops. I always wondered about the reason behind these ‘Toritos de Pucara’; the answer is fascinating! Toritos on a roof in Cusco, Peru...
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Peruvian Llama Blessing Ceremony

Attending a llama blessing ceremony is truly a once in a lifetime experience. Despite the altitude change (thankfully, my guide had something called “agua de florida” that rectified my light altitude sickness after a few deep breaths), it’s an incredible experience I am still remembering with joy several days afterward. I found it incredible how...
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