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Pie Experiences

pie experiences est une agence de voyage et tour opérateur réputé qui offre aussi bien des activités locales et autentiques que des voyages à la carte au Pérou, en Argentine, en Bolivie et en Equateur.

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6 Juil

Things to do in Cusco – The Ultimate Cusco Travel Guide

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Welcome to the Ultimate Cusco Travel Guide Introducing our  new 2019 edition of the Ultimate Cusco Travel Guide in which we'll cover things to do in Cusco. If you are heading to Machu Picchu, chances are you are flying into the beautiful city of Cusco - formerly an Inca capital now turned tourist mecca. Furthermore, what many people don't realise is if you aren't spending a lot of time here, you could miss out on some seriously amazing experiences that really embody the heart and soul of Peru. With its (seemingly) never-ending festivals, bright colours,...

A view of the sinclinales of Torotoro, Bolivia
25 Juin

Bolivia’s Torotoro National Park

Chances are you haven’t heard of Torotoro National Park, and we don’t blame you. Bolivia’s highlights wall normally features Salar de Uyuni, La Paz and Lago Titicaca among others; for some reason Torotoro, by large, has escaped the tourist limelight. Until now. Due to become a UNESCO World Heritage site by the end of 2019, this incredible national park will finally be getting the attention it deserves. Make sure and visit the phenomenal canyons, dinosaur footprints, astonishing caverns and unique sinclinales before the crowds arrive.

Northern Argentina Tour- Exploring the city on a Salta Tour
19 Juin

Our Salta Travel Guide- Argentina

In the far north-west reaches of the colossal country that is Argentina, Salta is a little different from other South American cities. If you choose to visit – and you really should – you’ll enjoy an authentic Andean city with plenty to keep you entertained.

Found in 1582, Salta is far more Incan than European. The old colonial city boasts elaborate Spanish architecture, modern museums, Argentina’s best empanadas (that’s really saying something) and a fascinating Incan influence. You’ll find it at the foothill of the Andes. Surrounded by impressive mountains and jungle, it’s the perfect place to base yourself if you decide that you want to see the incredible surrounding scenery too. The highest vineyard in the world is nearby where you can try some outstanding high-altitude wine too.

Colourful sculptures and structures hang off of balconies on El Caminito, Buenos Aires, Argentina
12 Juin

Things to Do in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is electric. The Argentine capital is like no other place you’re likely to visit. Bursting with character, full to the brim with life, everything in this 13-million-strong city is an incessant show of passion, romance and dance. Here you’ll be surprised to find grand European buildings, elegant squares and calm café culture: but you’re never far away from the classic South American frenzy. Sip back delicious Malbec, and losen your belt for some of the world’s best asado. Get ready to explore beguiling neighborhoods with our guide to...

25 Mar

Hiking Machu Picchu Mountain or Huayna Picchu Mountain?

Introduction & Statistics of Machu Picchu hikes For ages, speculation over which Machu Picchu trek promises a greater escapade has been a hotbed of debate. After all, would it be worthwhile to spend a longer time hiking Machu Picchu Mountain, therefore ending up at the highest peak possible, or, rather, unleash your inner daredevil traversing the steep cliffs of Huayna Picchu? Of course, the final say is yours. However, Machu Picchu Mountain has many unconsidered or overlooked beneficial attributes. Don't allow rash decision-making to derail the trip quality. Instead, take into account this brief overview standardizing the positives of trekking Machu...

17 Déc

5 reasons to hike the Huayhuash Trek | Huaraz | Peru

Huayhuash Trek Cordillera Huayhuash Peru Having backpacked around numerous parts of South America, the Huayhuash trek always stands out as being the most memorable. From its towering peaks, ascending more than 6600 meters, to the open sky almost touching the turquoise lagunas, the Huayhaush trek resembles heaven on earth. In fact, this 8-12 day hike circumnavigates the Cordillera Huayhuash mountain range (130 km or 81 miles). Therefore, you can witness a panoramic view of this rocky terrain. Once here, you'll be able to walk amongst these colossal peaks, and visit some of the most iconic vistas...

10 Déc

Huaraz things to do | The ultimate travel guide 2019

When you hear of Peru  Machu Picchu comes to mind, however the city of Huaraz things to do in the surrounding Cordillera's will leave you with another idea.  South America has many hidden gems and stunning landscapes. Ranging from the jungles of the Amazon, to the snowcapped peaks of the Andes, the possibilities are endless. When it comes to the rugged landscape of the Andes however, few compare  to the grandeur of Huaraz and surrounding mountains. Whether you are interested in a simple day trek to the famed Laguna 69 with...

22 Août

Why You Should Participate in the Cusco Pottery Revival

Highlights *Experience the historic and renowned Cusco pottery culture with a living legend, Julio Guiterrez *Learn to create beautiful, hand crafted pottery as well as the mystical fables surrounding them *Get your hands dirty, craft and paint your own gorgeous piece of Peruvian pottery Why is Peruvian Pottery so famous? Peru has a rich and extensive history when it comes to pottery. Cusco pottery, in particular, has garnered a reputation as bastion of traditional ceramics. Peru, in ancient times was a hotbed of prominent Andean civilisations. The Incas were the most renowned of the bunch. They, along...

28 Juin

Peru’s Finest Vegan Cooking Class

Most outsiders accept the popular assumption that South American cuisine is strictly meat-dominated. But in fact, this statement mows over the vast complexity of Latin America cookery. That being said, get ready to blossom your culinary creativity with the Vegan Cooking Class in Cusco―a perfect opportunity to add a vegan twist to traditional Peruvian dishes. Of course, avoiding meat dishes when traveling across South America becomes a difficult task. Yet at the same time, many Peruvian dishes possess vegan-oriented ingredients. For example, the pseudocereal Quinoa originates from the Andes mountains, both in Peru and Bolivia. Naturally, with an increasing...

things to do in lima peru
11 Juin

Things to do in Lima Peru

Our city guide for Lima, Peru Most people come to Peru to visit the Sacred Valley and ultimately Machu Picchu. However, if you are traveling through Peru the chances of you passing by this busy coastal capital city by plane or road are high. Lima, the second largest city in South America, has so much to offer every type of traveler - from backpackers to luxury holiday goers. The city center was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1988. There are endless things to do in Lima, Peru. Explore Pre-Incan ruins and discover...

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