Exploring Peru with Yale Educational Travel; Mary Miller; Yale Alumni Association

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Wheelchair tours of Machu Picchu offered for first time; Andy Knaggs; Leisure Management

At 8,000ft (2,438m) above sea level, the Inca city of Machu Picchu is a stiff climb even for the able- bodied, and has been completely inaccessible for those in a wheelchair. That has now changed after travel company Wheel the World started offering specialised trips to the Peruvian world wonder.

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10 Best Places to Travel in May; Afar

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Machu Picchu Is Wheelchair-Accessible for the First Time Ever; Michele Debczak; Mental Floss

People in wheelchairs can now travel to Machu Picchu in Peru without spending a fortune.

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4 Tips to traveling in Machu Picchu; World Inside Pictures

Traveling in Machu Picchu is one of the most life-changing experiences you’ll ever have. Located in Peru, this UNESCO world heritage site is the true definition of an exotic adventure setting thanks to its craggy mountain ranges, lush and humid jungles, historic ruins and breathtaking views. The sheer amount of adrenaline-inducing activities you can engage in while there is unimaginable. However, before you head out to the trip here are four comprehensive tips to help you plan well and make your travel worthwhile.

Source: 4 Tips to traveling in Machu Picchu | World inside pictures

Machu Picchu: The ‘Lost City of the Incas’; Matthew A McIntosh; Brewminate

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Machu Picchu Travel Guide: Visiting the Incan Citadel; Monica Prelle; REI

Everything you need to know about visiting Machu Picchu, including Machu Picchu hiking, Cusco travel tips, getting there, and must-see sites.

Source: Machu Picchu Travel Guide: Visiting the Incan Citadel | REI Co-op Journal

WHY YOU NEED A PERMIT TO HIKE THE INCA TRAIL (AND HOW TO GET ONE!); Jenna Hoare; The Journal

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Visiting Machu Picchu in Peru: an awe-inspiring experience; Ben Gilbert; Business Insider

Acclimatising to the altitude may pose a few challenges, but a trip to this Unesco World Heritage site – built by Inca architects in the mid-1400s – brings rewards that can’t be put into words

Source: Visiting Machu Picchu in Peru: an awe-inspiring experience

The True Magic of Machu Picchu Isn’t Where You Think It Is; Maggie Fuller; Afar

Overtourism and new restrictions have made some travelers wary of visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The trip can still be life-changing, though—just not in the way you might expect.

Source: The True Magic of Machu Picchu Isn’t Where You Think It Is