Dear ladies and gentlemen,
In the last August we took part of your “manu biosphere (5 days)” tour. That was a great experience and we’d like to thank you very much for the organization, which was really excellent.
In particular your brillant staff was responsable for the wonderful atmosphere during the trip.
In detail this were: David (Livia), who did a very well informed and friendly guidance; Efaristos, who’s cooking we aktually miss since that time and the two “boat people” Jonathan and Lucio, who were responsable for a save and comfortable driving.
Thank you all very much! We recommend your company to everyone.
Petra and Andreas,
When you walk into Machu Picchu, it is as if you are entering a whole new dimension, where the supernatural actually comes to life. It is said the Emperor Pachacutec, ninth ruler of the Tawantinsuyo (Incan Empire), ordered its construction for three reasons: as a retreat, as a fortress to impede the eventual advance of the antis (inhabitants from the Amazonian jungles who were threatening the empire), and as a site dedicated to the worship of the sun, where the royal virgins, called acllas, were housed. However, as we in the 21st century look at the sprawling complex in the heart of all that lush green, we tend to think it may also have been built for the express purpose of dwarfing us. Regardless of these interpretations, what truly captivates visitors and researchers alike is the reason, shrouded still in mystery, that prompted its builders to construct such a marvelous monument in such an improbable location: high up in the mountains.