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Hotel Sumaq Machu picchu offers a delicious menu that includes a starter, main course, dessert, infusions, and American coffee
this tour is disigned for people that looks for things to do in half day time while they are in santa teresa, and things that involve extreme activities and local expiriences life way. perfect trip to discover the magic of the south peruvian coffee flavor and high jungle nature.
After visiting the Machu Picchu Citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, enter Café Inkaterra. This is the ideal place to retire from the crowds and appreciate the views of the magnificent Vilcanota river, surrounded entirely by nature. This restaurant blends the most amazing Peruvian gastronomy with contemporary cuisine, creating innovative fusion-style fare. Sit at any table and make your order. The delicious food offers a variety of options, including vegan or vegetarian. Inkaterra has an ecotourism approach and focuses on sustainable development, supporting the local communities nearby.
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