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Despite an absolutely phenomenal boost in tourism in Peru over the last few decades, one part of the country that has remained more or less untouched by international tourists is Northern Peru. Sure, backpacking Northern Peru isn’t completely unheard of, but how many people have you heard boasting about that llama selfie they took in Chan Chan compared to Machu Picchu? I bet you my entire life savings (all £45 of it) that the answer is a big fat zero. Looking for more tips for your trip to Peru? Check out these posts: • The Ultimate 2 Week Peru Itinerary • Top 12 Things to do in Arequipa • Huayna Picchu vs. Machu Picchu Mountain: Which one is for you? You know why that is? Because nobody goes to Northern Peru! A 2017 report actually stated that the southern areas of Peru see a whopping 85% of the country’s foreign…

Post last updated: 22/05/2018 One of the things mentioned in my Mini Guide to Baños on a Budget was cycling the Ruta de las Cascadas. The chances are, if you’re reading this post right now, you’ve actively been looking for information about the Ruta de las Cascadas or how to rent a bike in Baños. If so, that’s great! Stick around because you’re definitely in the right place! On the contrary, some of you may have happened upon this post by chance. Perhaps you were looking for information about Angel Falls in Venezuela, or maybe even the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls, and accidentally stumbled into a hole of beautiful South American waterfalls. Maybe you were looking for something completely different, totally non-waterfall related, and not even in South America. Whatever the reason and however you found yourselves here, you may be scratching your heads and wondering “What is the Ruta de las Cascadas?”…