Eating Out in Machu Picchu

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Alternative Tourism in Peru

Inka Magik offers alternative 4 day eco Inca Trail routes to Machu PicchuCusco through the warm jungle on foot and on horseback, staying a night in tent, hotel and in a rustic adobe lodge with a local family who live in the jungle. The family welcome the traveller in and cook a traditional meal. There is freshly picked fruit from the trees in the garden, such as papaya or pineapple, and coffee beans are toasted for a fresh breakfast wake up. 

There are also 10 day adventure tours as well as tailor made tours for small groups on offer, the latter is organized through local artisan groups and a locally owned community tourist agency. This means that the local community benefits from the tourism and the travellers gain a real insight into Peruvian life as well as having the opportunity to visit a hidden side to the country.

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