I removed this & some contact info from the article. Wikitravel doesn't list 3rd party sites. -- Fastestdogever 19:23, 23 March 2007 (EDT)
- This is a no nonsense travel agency that sells you exactly what they tell you. No extra prices, everything included UNLESS they told you very very clearly what not, and how much it is. They only work with official guides and reliable and safe airlines. With a wide variety of tours the best deals in town can be found here.
There have been a lot of edits that add links to mysteryperu.com to this article. While one link that lists the tour operator under the "Do" section is great, multiple links should be avoided per Wikitravel:External links and Wikitravel:Don't tout. The "don't tout" guideline specifically asks that businesses "Don't list the same place many times" within an article - this guideline helps prevent articles from turning into advertising brochures and works to the business's advantage since readers who see multiple listings generally assume that the information did not come from travelers and is therefore less trustworthy. -- Ryan • (talk) • 02:17, 4 April 2007 (EDT)
 more mysteryperu
I know for sure that the constant deleting on this page is being done by MysteryPeru.com while they usually change something about a hotel to point the blame there. I'm very sure that this hotel "Don Agucho" has nothing to do with the continuous deleting of MysteryPeru`s competition here. Red
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I have temporarily protected this page since there is continual back and forth and because there is continual removal of content without explanation. Please discuss problems instead of just whacking the page. -- Colin 21:17, 6 February 2008 (EST)