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Ceci"s Travel - Day Tours

#1,339 of 2,104 Tours in Cusco
Cusco, Peru
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About Ceci"s Travel - Day Tours
We Offer Full Day Visits To The Potato Park In Paru Paru Or A Textil Route In Amaru Community, Traveling Along The Road Which Links Six Communities And Visiting Kinsaqocha Lake, Fields Of Native Potato, Handicrafts And Medicinal Plants Workshops. The Day Ends With A Wonderful Meal At Our Specialized Restaurant, Where Native Hands Prepare Exquisite Dishes Based On Hundreds Of Potato Varieties.
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Phyllis k wrote a review Jul 2018
Louisiana19 contributions4 helpful votes
We used them for an Inca Trail 4 day hike. We were disappointed in a few things. Our guide was very good, but some of the tents leaked, including his, and we were not provided a few things we were supposed to have. The key issue for me was a private toilet tent was promised and not delivered. The first night we didn't say anything because we had a bathroom and it was decent. But the next two nights offered facilities that can only be described as disgusting. Others in our private group were disappointed by not having the shower tent as promised. I am not sure where the breakdown in communication was, but they didn't quite at live up to what they promised. The chef on the trip was fantastic and prepared amazing meals.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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70pluscountries wrote a review Mar 2018
Bentonville, Arkansas19 contributions4 helpful votes
We took a tour of the Potato Park where you travel high into the mountains from Pisac and learn about potato production (they have over 1,800 varieties) and how the locals are preserving their culture and way of life. The whole village gets involved to welcome, provide meals, provide tours and exhibit their exquisite baby alpaca textiles (oh, and they are for sale).
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Date of experience: February 2018
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