Honeymoon Registry for Jessica and Michael

Destination: Peru

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Jessica and Michael

Those that know us well know that we are far more interested in doing stuff than having stuff. Rather than give us pots and pans or bed sheets, we're asking that you chip in however you most want to contribute to our first adventure together: a honeymoon in Peru. We are so excited to escape to South America, and being sent with love by our wonderful friends and family will make it that much more special. Thanks so much for everything, and we can't wait to see you at the wedding! -Jessica & Michael

Peru Cusco, Peru Chivay, Peru Lima, Peru Maras, Peru
Flights from Lima to Cusco

Flights from Lima to Cusco

$360

In one of her most impressive feats to date, Jessica managed to get international round trip flights for FREE, with the use of some well-timed credit card applications and left-over mileage from he...

Hotel in Cusco

Hotel in Cusco

$195

While we're roughing it most of the trip, we're planning to stay in a lovely little hotel in the heart of the city our first three nights in Cuzco. This will give us some R&R right after the weddin...

Dinner at Cicciolina

Dinner at Cicciolina

$20

On the second floor of an old courtyard mansion is Cicciolina, the restaurant that has long been known as Cusco's very best. $20 (hefty price for food in Peru!) will treat us to a cozy, romantic me...

Coffee Fund

Coffee Fund

$30

Coffee for the trip--casual morning brews in the square in Cusco, Jet Boiled french press while trekking, 5:30 am coffee call before boating in the rainforest--everything looks more beautiful when ...

Tourist Passes

Tourist Passes

$110

Lots of places in Cusco require a tourist boleto--a ticket that admits you to lots of sites for two days. This covers those tickets.

Food in Cusco

Food in Cusco

$30

These gifts will go straight to our stomachs...2 days of lunches and dinners in Cusco as we explore the city and get ready for our trek.

Entry to Qorikancha

Entry to Qorikancha

$10

These tickets will get us into Qorikancha, the site that used to be the richest temple in the Incan empire. It's now the base of the colonial church and the convent of Santo Domingo.

Alpaca Clothes

Alpaca Clothes

$50

Why pack warm when you can buy Andean clothes made with Alpaca wool? We're going to spend some of our first few days browsing the markets for some cozy clothes that will keep us warm on the 30 degr...

Maras, Moray, Salineras

Maras, Moray, Salineras

$60

This is guided day trip out of the city to see those crazy, in-laid agricultural circles you see in pictures trying to convey the brilliance of the Incans (agricultural experiments--just imagine ho...

Peruvian Ceramics

Peruvian Ceramics

$20

Jessica drinks a lot of coffee and, like most, loves a good coffee mug. This gift will be directed towards a set of lovely, colorful, handmade mugs from the Peruvian Handicraft Market, a really use...

Pisco Sours

Pisco Sours

$15

A drink so good that Peru celebrates it with a national holiday...this gift will go towards a night out sampling the country's most famous cocktail made with Peruvian brandy made from homegrown gra...

Admission to the Cusco Planetarium

Admission to the Cusco Planetarium

$20

Word on the street is that a visit to the planetarium is one of the coolest ways to try to understand the Incans, a people that laid out their streets to align with the stars at certain times of year.

Bus to Mollepata

Bus to Mollepata

$10

To start our five day trek to Machu Picchu, we'll wake extra early and take the first public bus to Mollepata, the little town at the start of the Salkantay Trek. Once there, you just ask the towni...

Hiking Boots

Hiking Boots

$90

Put Jessica in some sturdy, waterproof hiking boots so she doesn't break her ankle and get stranded at 15,000 feet.

Backpacking Food

Backpacking Food

$100

Trekking requires fuel. This will pay for the food that we buy while in Cusco to sustain us down the long road to Machu Picchu.

Entry to Machu Picchu

Entry to Machu Picchu

$108

This will pay for our entrance into Machu Picchu, the ancient Incan ruins that are said to be one of the most incredible sights in the world.

Dinner at Tree House Restaurant

Dinner at Tree House Restaurant

$40

Jessica just LOVES tree houses, so dinner in the Treehouse Restaurant in the little town at the foot of Machu Picchu after a long week of hiking will be a dream. This will pay for a lovely, high-en...

Hotel Stay after Machu Picchu

Hotel Stay after Machu Picchu

$55

After 5 days trekking and an full day among the ruins at Machu Picchu, we're going to have a lovely, well-earned dinner and a stay at a little hotel with hot water (the need to shower will be real!...

Train from Aguas Calientes to Cusco

Train from Aguas Calientes to Cusco

$190

There are no roads from the tiny town at the base of Machu Picchu, so the only two ways to get out are by train and by foot. We'll walk there, but we're not walking back...

Bus Tickets from Cusco to Arequipa

Bus Tickets from Cusco to Arequipa

$92

This will pay for bus tickets from Cusco to Arequipa, the beautiful white city that sits in the center of three volcanoes. This will also be our jumping off point to the Colca Canyon.

Hotel in Arequipa

Hotel in Arequipa

$35

A stay in a quaint little hotel in Arequipa for two nights as we explore the white city and its surrounding volcanoes before leaving to trek in the Colca Canyon, plus one more night after we return...

Food in Arequipa

Food in Arequipa

$50

I hear Peru has some of the best food in the southern hemisphere, and Arequipa's is some of the best flavored and varied in the country. This money will go straight towards paying for 3 days of lun...

Admission to La Calera Hot Springs

Admission to La Calera Hot Springs

$10

3 km from the city center is the famous hot spring pool, just on the edge on the shallow beginnings of Colca Canyon. This will pay our admission for an afternoon swimming in the springs.

Entry to Monastery of Santa Catalina

Entry to Monastery of Santa Catalina

$25

This will pay for our entry to the Monastery of Santa Catalina in Arequipa, a monastery built in 1579 that currently houses 20 nuns of the Dominican Second Order. It has bright walls, beautiful arc...

Biking Down El Misti

Biking Down El Misti

$140

This tour takes us cross-country biking through the springs and farms of Arequipa before driving us and a set of mountain bikes in a 4x4 up the side of an active volcano: El Misti. Then we bike dow...

Admission to Museo Santuarios Andinos

Admission to Museo Santuarios Andinos

$15

Tickets to a museum in Arequipa whose greatest treasure is the perfectly preserved mummy of Juanita, a young left on top of a volcano as a sacrifice to an Incan god...trippy.

Local Bus and Boleto

Local Bus and Boleto

$30

On the day we begin our descent into the Colca Canyon, we'll rise around 4am and get on a bus for a ride around the brim of the canyon to the start of the trail. Here, we'll need to buy tourist bol...

Entry to Colca Canyon

Entry to Colca Canyon

$25

Colca Canyon is twice as deep as the Grand Canyon and home to some of the most legendary Andean Condor flights. This will cover our entry fee to the Canyon.

A Night in Colca Canyon

A Night in Colca Canyon

$15

We want to spend two days taking in the depths of the Canyon, which will set us up perfectly to wake early and see the condors fly. On the first day, we'll trek down into the Canyon and to the Sang...

Post-Trek Massages

Post-Trek Massages

$40

Massages after the second trek of our honeymoon...let's be honest, we'll be far overdue for some relaxation by this point in the trip. Hampy Wasi, a hidden gem in Arequipa, is said to be staffed by...

Bus from Arequipa to Cusco

Bus from Arequipa to Cusco

$95

This will pay for the return trip by bus from Arequipa to Cusco, where we will spend one day doing all the things we couldn't get in on the first round. From here, we leave for the Amazon for the l...

Bus from Cusco to Puerto Maldonado

Bus from Cusco to Puerto Maldonado

$60

This will be the last bus ticket of the trip. We'll take an overnight bus down the Interoceanic Highway--only in existence since 2012--from Cusco to Puerto Maldonado, the little town that serves as...

Journey into the Amazon Basin

Journey into the Amazon Basin

$560

This is an exciting one: our 4 day, 3 night trip down one of the major tributaries of the Amazon. After traveling an hour down the river by boat, we'll stay at a jungle lodge, Amazon Planet. From h...

Flights from Puerto Maldonado to Cusco

Flights from Puerto Maldonado to Cusco

$350

After the final leg of our trip, we have to get back to Lima before flying home to begin (real) life together. These domestic tickets on Peruvian airline will get us there.

Getting Around Lima

Getting Around Lima

$55

Not quite as cheap as the other places we're visiting, getting to a from the airport in Lima will cost a bit of money. This will cover the cost of transportation around Lima during our overnight stay.

Hotel Stay in Lima

Hotel Stay in Lima

$60

On our last night in Peru, we'll stay in Miraflores in Lima, where we spend the day before flying home to begin (real) life together.

Museo y Catecumbas de Lima

Museo y Catecumbas de Lima

$40

Lima's most famous old colonial church, San Francisco is dripping in gilded baroque style charm. It also has a complete with a monastic library full of texts brought over by the first Spanish settl...

Swanky Dinner for Two

Swanky Dinner for Two

$50

Lima, Peru is home to two of this year's top 50 restaurants, and only in a place like this can you dine so luxuriously for such a price. On the last evening of our honeymoon, we'd like to enjoy som...

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