When you travel it is as if the world stopped and nothing that happens in it matters. You are enjoying every minute of travel that the rest passes to the background.
On this occasion I want to talk to you about a topic that usually goes totally unnoticed in travel: How to Take Your Next Trip Without Plastics
Have you ever wondered, how many plastic containers do you use on a daily basis while you are traveling? Probably not, because maybe you do not even think about it when you're at home. But this is a very real problem and it sometimes gets worse when we travel.
Unfortunately, plastic has flooded our lives. We have it practically everywhere and in all presentations. From the simple water containers that we buy in the supermarket, to the clothes we buy or the souvenirs we bring home.
And to this day plastic contamination worldwide is a real and very serious problem, and mainly due to the misuse of it. To solve it we have to change our habits, not only in our daily routine but also during a trip, and rethink the way in which we produce and consume.
Maybe you could ask, what does this have to do with travel? The reality is that a lot, since it is absolutely true that we are all part of the problem, even when we are on vacation.
So this article seeks precisely this, make you aware of the consumption and use of plastic during travel and what you can do to reduce, or better yet, eliminate it.
The idea is to be able to give you some suggestions you can make while traveling to reduce your plastic footprint and invite more people to do the same.
Tour operators committed to strengthen the segregation of solid waste generated. Among the main guidelines for solid waste management in the Inca Roads Network that were implemented, is the change of plastic bags through cloth bags, jute and / or tocuyo for snacks; as well as the registration of the amount of glass and plastic containers that enter and leave the Inka Trail, also considers the reduction in the consumption of batteries, batteries and others.
Many are the routes that take you to Machu Picchu, but none is like the Inca Trail Tours, the most famous pedestrian path in the Americas. After flying from the capital of Perú, Lima, you will arrive in Cusco to walk for four days along a path through forests and dense fog, millenary stone steps and discovering the ruins of ancient fortifications and Inca cities, and all the time enjoying majestic views.
The best season is during the dry season, which covers the months April to the end of September. In October the rains begin and you can find Machu Picchu covered by clouds. If you travel in June, we recommend you to book the Inti Raymi 2020 Tour that takes place in June 24th, and also hike the Palcoyo Mountain Tour, which is an incredible Rainbow Mountain located in the Andes.