5 days / 4 nights Program: Cusco, Sacred Valley of the Incas & Machu Picchu
Dear Rosa Amelia,
Sorry for responding only now but I traveled a lot the last three months and could not managed to answer you earlier. Please find attached a photo of me and my daughter while we were in Machu Picchu . It was grea...
11 days / 10 nights Program: Cusco, Sacred Valley of the Incas, Machu Picchu, Puno Lake Titicaca & Tambopata
We booked our 10 day/11 night tour of Peru with this company and we only have PRAISE for them. The lady who prepared our tour, Rosa, was very thorough and precise with our wishes and catered for every single one of them. She took into consideration the fact that we wer...
A documentary that explores the ancient Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in southeastern Peru has been nominated for an Emmy Award.
“Wonders of the World: Machu Picchu”, filmed by American Ashley Colburn, earned a nomination for best historical documentary.
Peru's export and tourism agency PromPeru invited Colburn to Machu Picchu last year, on the occasion of the Unesco World Heritage site's 100th anniversary in the public eye.
"Filming in Peru was an experience that changed my life, it was a great honor to explore Machu Picchu on its centennial year. This is a place everyone should visit at some point in their lives," said Ashley Colburn.
"It was also the first time the series was shot entirely in HD and 3D. So I am very grateful to PromPeru and everyone who supported us and made this possible," she added.
The 38th Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards ceremony will be held on June 16 at La Costa Resort & Spa in Los Angeles, California.