Latin American lodge company explora is upbeat about a new Peruvian retreat found between two Andean locales crucial to Peru’s tourist trade.
Dallyce Macas, Canadian representative for explora, told a Toronto audience yesterday (June 14) at an event promoting different parts of Latin America that the upscale lodge in Peru’s Sacred Valley – found between the storied Inca retreat of Machu Picchu and the city of Cusco, capital of the Inca empire – offers excursions to the likes of Inca sites and “then at night you’re sleeping in Frette linens and drinking exquisite wine.”
The lodge, Chile-based explora’s debut in Peru, is actually some 800 metres lower than Cusco enabling people to better acclimatize to the lofty Andean environment, she continued.
explora has lodges in several parts of Chile, including Easter Island, famed for its many massive stone monoliths, which Macas said make the island an “outdoor museum.”
Pictured at the event (front row): Roberto de Almeida Dultra of Brazil’s GB internacional turismo; Macas; and Alketa Sofroni of LATAM Airlines. Back row: Kenelma de Paredes of Turista Internacional Panama; Patricio Zamorano of Chilean firm Turavion; Nuria Faus of Argentina’s Faus Incentives; Julian Cotignola of LATAM; and Brad Williams of Platinum DMC Collection.