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Peru Hike - Part 6

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Adventure Travel - Is it for You?

Argentina AdventureArgentina AdventureDez Bartelt is the president/ and co-owner of Best of Both Adventures for women. Her company, which leads trips everywhere from Patagonia to Kenya has been...

Adventure Travel Tour Companies

Argentina AdventureArgentina AdventureAlthough it doesn't replace pre-trip research, traveling with an adventure tour company is a great way to get firsthand experience while traveling in the safety of a group.  

Peru Hike - Part 5

Peruvian SmilesPeruvian SmilesThe hike was a total of 26 miles, two 14,000-ft mountain passes, and a couple of 13,000-ft mountain passes. To say it was way, way, off the beaten path is a pretty big...

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