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Along Rio Santa Teresa to Machu Picchu 5
Peru

Half way down the valley Rio Santa Teresa is met by one of its major tributary that brings tons of rocks and boulders to its shore. The trek ends here and transport is provided to take tour groups to the small village of La Playa where lunch would be served.

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