1. Super Moon

    Sacred Valley, Perú.

  2. Ruinas! Isla del Sol


  3. Bolivians in Lake Titikaka spend much of their time playing in their beautiful beaches. Due to the altitude, day temperatures can go up to 20 degrees Celsius, however at night they can drop down to below zero. 

  4. Sunrise at Isla del Sol, Bolivia

    Lake Titicaca is at 3,800m/12,500ft above sea level. The sun does not rise until 6:30 am, making it very easy to catch this beautiful sunrise.

  5. Veronica.

    During the dry season, mountain tops around the Sacred Valley are often seen snowcapped with a clear blue sky in the background. 

  6. Bird Watch

    This time of year, Machu Picchu is surrounded by different types of birds which perch and nest on the ruins. 

  7. Steaming Mountains

    During the rainy season, Machu Picchu is enveloped in mist and fog throughout most of the morning, making the sights seem that much more magical. 

  8. Night time in Ollantaytambo

    Ollantaytambo is such a small village, the whole town can be viewed from the fortress at night. 

  9. Even the tiny things in Machu Picchu seem magical

  10. View of Machu Picchu from the top of the mountain. 

  11. Aguas Calientes

    This place is a tourist trap, with bad restaurants and sub-par hostels, the over priced town thrives because of its convenient location. It’s thermal waters are often avoided all together because they are too filthy to bear. Nevertheless, the Willkamayu river adds a certain characteristic which makes it worth the stay. 

  12. Pisac Ruins

    This fortress is said to have defended the southern entrance to the Sacred Valley. Only being 40 minutes away from Cusco, Pisac also has a beautiful artisanal market which attracts many tourists.

  13. Blue Sky at the Pisac Ruins

  14. Through the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo

  15. This is what a population of 2,500 people looks like. 

    Ollantaytambo, Perú.