Our Blog

Sneak a peek at what goes on behind the scenes and what moves us. In Katy’s case, it’s mostly discovering new places to enjoy Peru’s gastronomy. For Steve, it’s a handy place to keep track of our ever-growing swag of awards. Sometimes our guests share their experiences. Sometimes it’s updates on our trips, our personal travels, and our growing families. It’s random and personal - like us!

SEVEN great adventures, ONE inspiring cause

Hey I thought I'd let you know about something I'm doing later this year - it's kinda crazy, but it's for a good cause :)

posted by Steve Wilson

Lonely Planet Peru guide book out now!

Check out the write-up about Katy in the Lonely Planet Peru 2010 guide book that she authored! We're so excited to see that all the hard work travelling around Southern Peru for LP has culminated into a book on the shelves - check it out at your local bookstore!

posted by Steve Wilson

Melbourne Newspaper article about us!

After months of travelling in Peru in 2009 for Lonely Planet, Katy returned to Melbourne to catch up with family and friends. While back in Melbourne, a local newspaper met up with Katy to discuss Peru following the recent floods which temporarily closed access to Machu Picchu. Here's what they came up with!

posted by Melbourne Newspaper

NZ Bike Magazine article about our Peru bike tours!

Steve and Katy meet up with Jimmy, a writer for Biking magazines, who publishes an article about our Peru bike tours - have a read!

posted by Jimmy from New Zealand Bike Mag

Macusani - Peru's next frontier...

We just spent the weekend at the First National Congress of Mountaineering and Adventure Tourism, in Macusani, the capital of Carabaya Province in the department of Puno.

posted by Katy Shorthouse

My return to Cusco - Inti Raymi festival

If you have explored Cusco, Peru, you will understand my desire to return there for the third time in as many years. There's something special about this highland Incan city that keeps drawing you back. I find it hard to explain without getting slightly hippyish about it; Cusco simply has an indescribable energy.

posted by Steve Wilson

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