Machu Picchu Launches New Website After Covid-19

Machu Picchu Launches New Website After Covid-19

On November 1, 2020, the first visitors stepped foot into the sleepy Machu Picchu ruins with small crowds at 30% capacity, then Machu Picchu National Park increased visitor capacity to 40% in December. (If you're fit enough to…

After Closing for Covid-19, Machu Picchu Reopens With New Rules for Travelers

After Closing for Covid-19, Machu Picchu Reopens With New Rules for Travelers

New rules for visitors to Machu Picchu offer optimum conditions for exploring the ancient Inca citadel without the hustle and bustle of crowds as seen in recent years. But what do travelers need to know about navigating the airports,…

Travel After Covid: Why Small Groups are the Safest

Travel After Covid: Why Small Groups are the Safest

Is big group travel dead? If one thing has become obvious after experiencing the biggest pandemic in modern history, we can all agree that there is an intrinsic health benefit to avoiding large groups as much as possible. Whether…

Latam Airlines Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: How Will This Affect Travelers?

Latam Airlines Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: How Will This Affect Travelers?

Due to the exceptional circumstances affecting the travel industry, on May 26, 2020, Latam Airlines filed to reorganize the company under Chapter 11 protection in the US.  Current travel restrictions caused by covid-19 have affected…

Free Entry to Machu Picchu & Inca Trail Hikes For Public Servants

Free Entry to Machu Picchu & Inca Trail Hikes For Public Servants

On May 10, 2020, Peru President Martin Vizcarra officially decreed that Peruvian public servants, as well as foreign kids and senior citizens are temporarily granted free admission to Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail. And to sweeten…

Why You Need To Travel With A Thermometer:  TSA Checking Temperatures

Why You Need To Travel With A Thermometer: TSA Checking Temperatures

After more than a year of covid-19, the travel industry has been dramatically and irrevocably altered. The rules for air travel will continue to change as we learn more about covid-19 and its affect on the well being of otherwise…

Avianca Airlines Goes Bankrupt & Discontinues Services in Peru

Avianca Airlines Goes Bankrupt & Discontinues Services in Peru

Like all businesses hit hard by Covid-19 pandemic, companies operating in the travel industry have been crippled, some to the point of collapse. On May 10, Avianca airlines, the third largest airline in South America, filed for…

Tips for Traveling to Machu Picchu After Coronavirus

Tips for Traveling to Machu Picchu After Coronavirus

For people who have always dreamed of traveling to Machu Picchu, what should you do now? When should people begin planning their trips? Is it feasible to even think about traveling to Machu Picchu in 2020? Contact our experts…

Due to Coronavirus Machu Picchu Tickets and Inca Trail Permits can be Changed

Due to Coronavirus Machu Picchu Tickets and Inca Trail Permits can be Changed

In 2020 Peruvian authorities allowed visitors to change their Machu Picchu entry tickets purchased for entry in 2020. And tour operators could change Inca Trail permits purchased in 2020. I've included a link to the new Machu…

Book Your Trip to Machu Picchu With Free Cancellation

Book Your Trip to Machu Picchu With Free Cancellation

Is it possible to book a trip to Machu Picchu for travel later in 2020 or 2021? Yes. now is a good time to support small travel companies and stoke your dreams. Adios Adventure Travel is offering free cancellation on trips to…