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INCA TRAIL - MACHUPICCHU

price from $680.00 american dollars per person
04 Day
Availability : All year

The Classic Inca Trail is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the adventure-seeker wanting to hike a famous trek in Peru. Each day brings something new as you travel from Andean tundra to cloud forest, passing incredible Incan sites along the way.

Full Itinerary:

  • Day 1: CUSCO – KM 82 – WAYLLABAMBA

Very early in the morning we pick you up from your hotel in the mobility that will take us to kilometer 82, where we will arrive to then start the walk. This first day is beautiful and the first kilometers are easy to walk. We will have a beautiful view of La Veronica and we will also walk close to the Vilcanota River until we reach the archaeological complex of Llactapata, where we will have lunch and then continue to our first camp in Wayllabamba where we will spend the night after a refreshing dinner.  

  • Day 2:  WAYLLABAMBA- WARMIWAÑUSCA PASS – PACAYMAYO

After a comforting breakfast, we will start our second day of trekking, perhaps the most difficult, since we will have to climb up to the Warmihuañusca pass, at 4,200 meters above sea level. In this place, the highest point of the Inka Trail, we will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of the snowy mountains that surround the pass. After lunch begins the descent to the valley of Pacaymayo, where we will make our second camp  

  • Day 3: PACAYMAYO – RUNQURAKAY – SAYACMARCA- PHUYUPATAMARCA – WIÑAYHUAYNA

In the early morning after our energetic breakfast again we take the road again. Started the march, half an hour later we will find the archaeological group of Runqurakay. From this point the path is paved. In certain places it reaches up to 2 meters. Wide and you can see the quality of Inca engineering.

We will visit Sayacmarca, a beautiful architectural complex; We will pass through a tunnel, dug in the stone of the mountain, to reach the archaeological group of Phuyupatamarka, from where the descent begins along an extremely attractive path, with dense vegetation of the eyebrow of the forest, very rich in flora and fauna. After two we will arrive at Wiñayhuayna, where we will install our third and last camp.

  • Day 4:  WIÑAYHUAYNA –  SUN GATE – MACHUPICCHU

The big day has arrived ¡!! After breakfast we will continue the walk until we reach Intipunku (Sun Gate) from where we will have a spectacular view of the sunrise in the lost city of the Incas «Machu Picchu», descend for 01 hour, then we will have a guided tour for 2 hours of the most important recint, then you can explore the mysterious city at your own pace or hike the Huayna Picchu Mountain (optional and extra cost) We take the bus to the town of Aguas Calientes and Finally we will return to the city of Cusco.

Included:

  • Bus until kilometer 82 start of the trek
  • Bus tickets going down from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes.
  • Entrance tickets to the Inca Trail and Machupicchu.
  • Tourist train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo.
  • Transfer from Ollantaytambo to Cusco.
  • Tents
  • Mattress
  • Porters (for tents, lunch and camping equipment).
  • A Porter for your personal belongings 6 kg
  • First aid kit, oxygen ball.
  • Food 3 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches and 3 Dinners, Vegetarian option (no extra charge).
  • All the taxes.

Not included:

  • Tips
  • Food
  • Sleeping
  • Entrance to Huayna Picchu Mountain or Machupicchu Mountain
  • The first breakfast (first day) is usually provided at your hotel before leaving.
  • The last lunch (fourth day) when the tour ends.

We recommend to bring 

  • A fleece or down jacket is an essential item at this elevation;
  • Hiking trousers with zip off shorts are a good idea, as day time temperatures can be quite warm, yet temperatures plummet as soon as the sun goes down. You can supplement these with leggings or thermals to wear underneath;
  • A rain poncho or waterproof jacket is also important. It can rain or even snow at certain times of the year
  • Water-resistant trekking boots are advisable. The trail on this hike can sometimes be muddy and wet, so we also recommend to bring extra socks!;
  • A warm sleeping bag, rated to -15°C (5°F). If you prefer, you can rent one from us;
  • A headlamp or torch;
  • A high factor (SPF) sunscreen, a sun cap and sunglasses. The sun can be really strong, especially in dry season. Sun protection is essential!;
  • A small daypack to carry your necessary items for each day’s hiking

Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu

price from $500.00 american dollars per person
04 Days
Availability : All year

The Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is an alternative to the traditional Inca Trail that is well known and sometimes saturated. The way to the short Salkantay is a cutting-edge adventure experience for travelers looking for a little more authenticity and adventure in snowy mountains. With more spectacular views, the Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu offers tranquility and contemplation of the rich nature of the Machupicchu National Park and the Salkantay Reserve, as well as the different towns along the way that demonstrate great hospitality to our visitors.

Full Itinerary:

DAY 1: CUSCO – MOLLEPATA- CHALLACANCHA- HUMANTAY LAKE- SORAYPAMPA

  • 04:00 to 4:30 a.m. Transfer from hotels.
  • 05.00. a.m. Depart Cusco – Mollepata.
  • 07.30. a.m. Breakfast (NOT INCLUDED).
  • 08.00. a.m. Transfer from Mollepata – Challacancha
  • 09.00. a.m. Hike from Challacancha – Soraypampa (Approximately – 3 hours).
  • 13.00. p.m. Lunch
  • 14.00. p.m. Hike from Soraypampa – Humantay Lagoon. Approx. – 02 hours of walking.
  • 17.00. p.m. Camp 
  • 19.00. p.m. Dinner and overnight. Camp.
  • Meals included: Lunch,  Dinner
  • Walking hours: 5
  • Walking distance: 12 KM. 7.45 miles
  • Maximum Altitude: 3950 masl- 12959 FASL
  • Minimum Altitude: 2850 masl-9350 FASL
  • Difficulty: medium.

DAY 2: SORAYPAMPA- SALKANTAY PAMPA- SALKANTAY PASS – HUAYRACMACHAY – CHALLWAY

  • 05.30. a.m. Breakfast.
  • 06.00. a.m. Soraypampa Hike – Salkantay Pass (Free Time) -Huayracmachay. Approx. 4 to 5 hours
  • 13.30. a.m. Lunch.
  • 14.00. p.m. Hike from Huayracmachay – Challway.
  • 17.00. p.m. Camp and Tea Time.
  • 19.00. p.m. Dinner and overnight. Camp.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon , Dinner.
  • Walking hours: 10
  • Walking distance: 22 KM. 13.67 miles
  • Maximum Altitude: 4650 masl- 15255 FASL
  • Minimum Altitude: 2900 masl-9514 FASL
  • Difficulty: High – Medium. 

DAY 3: CHALLWAY-PLAYA SAHUAYACO-SANTA TERESA-HIDROELECTRIC-AGUAS CALIENTES

  • 06.00 a.m. Breakfast.
  • 07.00 a.m. Walk towards Playa Sahuayaco approx. 06 hours.
  • 13.00 p.m. Lunch.
  • 14.00 p.m. Transportation from Sahuayaco Beach – Santa Teresa- Hydroelectric.
  • 15:00 p.m. Hydroelectric walk to Aguas Calientes. 03 hours approx.
  • 18.00. p.m. Accommodation in Aguas Calientes.
  • 19:00. P.m. Dinner and overnight.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Walking hours: 9
  • Walking distance: 23 KM. 14 miles
  • Maximum Altitude: 2900 Masl- 9514 FASL
  • Minimum Altitude: 1550 Masl- 5085 FASL
  • Difficulty: medium 

DAY 4: MACHUPICCHU PUEBLO – CUSCO

  • 04.30 a.m. Climb on walk to Machupicchu Ruins (1 hour and a half approximate).
  • 06.00 a.m. Guided tour for 02 hours.
  • 09.00 a.m. Free time. It is recommended: Climb Cerro Huaynapicchu, visit the Temple of the Moon, the Inca Bridge, etc.
  • Return to Machupicchu town. Schedule to coordinate with the guide.
  • Return by Train: Machupicchu Pueblo – Ollantaytambo (According to Availability).
  • Transfer: Train station – Cusco.

Included:

  • Previous meeting with the guide prior to the departure of the Trek.
  • Transportation Cusco –Mollepata-Challacancha.
  • Transportation from Santa Teresa to Hydroelectric.
  • Professional guide service.
  • Chef.
  • Kitchen assistant.
  • Food: 03 breakfasts, 03 lunches and 03 dinners.
  • Pack horses and muleteers: For three days. (5 kilos per person).
  • Entrance ticket to Machupicchu.
  • Accommodation in Aguas Calientes.
  • Return train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo.
  • Transfer Ollantaytambo / Cusco train station.
  • Camping equipment: dining tent, kitchen tent, quadruple sleeping tent for double use, mat, table, chairs.
  • Emergency medical kit: Oxygen bottle and first aid kit.

Not Included:

  • Breakfast on the 1st day and Lunch on the 4th day.
  • Sleeping bag (necessary) and walking stick
  • Drinks
  • Tip

We recommend to bring :

  • A fleece or down jacket is an essential item at this elevation;
  • Hiking trousers with zip off shorts are a good idea, as day time temperatures can be quite warm, yet temperatures plummet as soon as the sun goes down. You can supplement these with leggings or thermals to wear underneath;
  • A rain poncho or waterproof jacket is also important. It can rain or even snow at certain times of the year!;
  • Water-resistant trekking boots are advisable. The trail on this hike can sometimes be muddy and wet, so we also recommend to bring extra socks!;
  • A warm sleeping bag, rated to -15°C (5°F). If you prefer, you can rent one from us;
  • A headlamp or torch;
  • A high factor (SPF) sunscreen, a sun cap and sunglasses. The sun can be really strong, especially in dry season. Sun protection is essential!;
  • A small daypack to carry your necessary items for each day’s hiking.

BIKE - RAFTING - INCA JUNGLE TRAIL – ZIPLINE – MACHUPICCHU

price from $550.00 american dollars per person
04 Days
Availability : All year

The Inca Jungle Trail is ideal for people with a passion for adventure with newly recharged energy. A tour full of adrenaline that takes you to the magical city of Machu Picchu

Full Itinerary:

DAY 1: CUSCO – ABRA MALAGA – HUAMANMARKA – SANTA MARIA.

Adventure crossing beautiful valleys and it is the time of biking, this day we will make a trip through the sacred valley to the Abra Malaga, and then start the descent by bicycle to Huamanmarka and reach Santa Maria where we will spend the night, we will have the option of rafting if the adrenaline is still in your body (optional) and that’s the end of the first day of our great adventure.

We start the day picking you up at your hotel at 06:00 a.m. We will drive for approximately 3 hours, crossing Poroy, Cachimayo, Ollantaytambo towards Abra Málaga. Through the windows of the bus, you can clearly see the city of Chinchero before falling into the Sacred Valley, where you can see the Urubamba Mountain Range for the first time (prepared to be impressed). We will cross the Urubamba river towards the city of the same name and continue towards Ollantaytambo (2,792 MASL- 9160 FASL) where you can have the first breakfast (not included) on the tour before continuing on and up along an impressive path and winding up to the top of the Abra Malaga Pass. This is the highest point of the trip (4,316 MASL-14160 FASL).

We reached the highest point and started preparing for one of the most exciting cycles after a 20-minute briefing by our experienced tour guide and providing you with reliable mountain bikes and protective gear as a full coverage helmet and potentially equipment for the body. A backup vehicle generally drives behind the group and if you get tired or want to stop you can get in the car and get off in the vehicle if you don’t want to go downhill on a bike. The route from the top of the Malaga pass to the final destination is all downhill 1,116 M-3661 F, downhill – and just under 55 km away, passing small towns, rivers, plantation fields and small streams towards the Huamanmarka archaeological complex (3200 MASL – 10498 FASL). From there, we continue our journey in our private bus for approximately 30 minutes until we reach our hostel. Located in the beautiful town of Santa María, where we will have our delicious lunch, and then you will have the option for do rafting (level III and IV, during April-November) on the Urubamba River, which crosses part of the jungle.

  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner.
  • Walking hours: 0 / Cycling hours: 3
  • Walking distance: 34 KM. 14 miles
  • Maximum Altitude: 4,316 MSNM- 14160 FASL
  • Minimum Altitude: 1200 MSNM- 3937 FASL
  • Difficulty: medium

DAY 2: SANTA MARIA – SANTA TERESA.

Second day of our adventure the day will be all about exploring part of the Inca trail and being able to see the coffee plantations and exotic fruits of the local inhabitants in Santa María and Santa Teresa as well as being able to appreciate various species of flora and fauna, in the afternoon we can take the opportunity to visit the Hot Springs of Cocalmayo (optional) and then rest from a beautiful day of walking.

Thisl day will be relatively long in terms of distance (15 km – 9.3 miles), but at low altitude, Remember to use insect repellent, there will be several stops to learn a little more about the rich variety of flora and fauna that can be found in the region in which we find different species of exotic birds, in addition to a wide range of orchids and fruit trees such as bananas, oranges, palta (avocado) and coffee, among others.

Remember that we will be in the jungle eyebrow, one of the areas rich in biological diversity on the planet. One of these stops will be a family home where we will rest for 30 minutes and stock up on more water and some regional tropical fruits. After resting for a bit, the hike continues with a steep and strenuous climb that gradually becomes flat, before continuing on a series of undulating trails, one of which is a true “Inca Trail”.

The guide will not transport to the time of the Incas and will give explanations about the history of the Incas. The trail descends to Quellomayo, where the group will stop for lunch and have time to relax in the hammocks. Then the hike continues along the Urubamba River, crossing at one point in a oroya (cable car) for sure but exciting! We continue along the river bank to reach the thermal baths of Cocalmayo, near the town of Santa Teresa.

After enjoying these hot springs, we continue 20 minutes to our second hostel. Here we will spend our second night in the town of Santa Teresa.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Walking hours: 7
  • Walking distance: 15 km – 9.3 miles)
  • Maximum Altitude: 1550 MASL- 5085 FASL
  • Minimum Altitude: 1200 MASL- 3937 FASL
  • Difficulty: medium

DAY 3: SANTA TERESA – HIDROELECTRIC – AGUAS CALIENTES.

This day we will have to.do the zip line and continue in a vehicle for  cross the Santa Teresa valley and then we can continue with the hike we will arrive at the hydroelectric plant where we will have lunch, in the afternoon we continue the hike 3 hours to Machupicchu Town and then we have the afternoon free and to know the town, we will sleep at the foot of Machupicchu Mountain (lodging) our destination, the energy fills us and the emotion overwhelms us.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Walking hours: 7
  • Walking distance: 14 KM. 8.7 miles
  • Maximum Altitude: 2040 MASL- 6692 FASL
  • Minimum Altitude: 1550 MASL- 5085 FASL
  • Difficulty: low

DAY 4: MACHUPICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO – CUSCO

We will have a day of history, architecture, culture, mystery and spirituality. In the afternoon, return to Cusco after this incredible visit to Machupicchu.

  • 04:30 am Start of the trek from Aguas Calientes to Machupicchu (1 hour and 30 min)
  • Optional: Bus up to Machupicchu (25 minutes long)
  • 06:00 am Guided tour in the citadel of Machupicchu for 2 hours
  • 08:30 am Free time to explore or take photos
  • Return on walk to coordinate with the guide.
  • Optional: Bus down to hot waters
  • Board the train to Ollantaytambo depending on the train ticket schedule you have.
  • Transportation from Ollantaytambo to Cusco.

 Included:

  • Pre-departure briefing: You will meet your guide and group in our office for an orientation trek. Meeting at 6:00 PM the evening before the trip begins.
  • 03 night’s accommodations in a basic hostel.
  • All Transportation.
  • Full suspension mountain bikes, helmets, and gloves.
  • Rafting Activity with all equipment.
  • Zipline Activity.
  • 03 Breakfast, 03 Lunches, and 03 Dinners.
  • An Experienced, bilingual “Adventure Guide.”
  • Assistant Tour Guide for groups of 8+.
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • Guided Tours in and around Machu Picchu.
  • Train tickets from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
  • Transportation from Ollantaytambo -Cusco.
  • All Safety Equipment and First Aid Kit.

Not Included:

  • Tips
  • Meals that are not included or described in the itinerary.
  • Huayna Picchu entrance fee (Extra: US $ 55).
  • bus from Aguascalientes to Machu Picchu 
  • Entrance ticket to the hot springs in Santa Teresa 
  • Travel Insurance – you are strongly recommended to take out travel insurance for the duration of your trip.
  • First breakfast and last lunch at Aguas Calientes.

What to bring:

  • Original Passport
  • Current University Card (if you are a student and want to qualify for the discount)
  • Walking boots
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • Hat and gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Comfortable Trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream (factor 35 or higher)
  • Insect repellant
  • Toiletries and hand sanitizer
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and film
  • Torch with spare batteries or headlamps.
  • Swimwear for rafting

Lares Trek to Machu Picchu

price from $560.00 american dollars per person
04 Days
Availability : All year

This will undoubtedly be a different experience from the classic Trek if you are ready to experience something different, this trek is for you, you will live new experiences from the first day visiting the thermal baths of Lares and then cross the valley of Lares which is full of flora and fauna which will allow us to get into nature and thus forget the routine and stress of the huge cities.

Full Itinerary:

DAY 1: CUSCO – LARES- THERMAL BATHS – WACAWASI

We will enjoy the thermal baths of Lares and we will arrive at Wacawasi which is a small community between the Lares valley. The walk this day will not be demanding. We will have lunch after visiting the hot springs and in the afternoon, we will arrive and sleep next to the small houses of the inhabitants of the areas in our tents.

The tour will start at 5:00 a.m. in the morning we will go to your hotel to pick you up, we will go from Cusco to the city of Calca in an average of 2 hours, passing through the sacred valley of the Incas and the city of Pisac, full valley of fertile lands, glaciers and a beautiful landscape, we will arrive at calca around 7 am we will make a stop so that they can have breakfast (not included) or simply take a hot drink and use the toilet services, then we will continue for another 2 hours towards the baths Lares hot springs (3250 masl- 10662 fasl), place that is the beginning of our walk. In the hot springs we will meet the team that will accompany us on the adventure, the muleteer who is waiting with our horses and mules.

The horses will carry all the food and camping equipment and the cook will prepare all the equipment for your trip, meanwhile you have the opportunity to enjoy the excellent hot springs, in the pools with refreshing hot spring water by yourself for approximately 1 hour, after relaxing and enjoying the hot springs we will continue with the walk the first part of the way is flat it has no difficulty we will pass small gorges towards the middle of the route and stop and we will enjoy a delicious lunch prepared by our cook, next to the river and with a beautiful landscape in front, After lunch, at 1 pm.

We will continue our walk, this piece is a moderate walk of approximately 3 hours. This is a beautiful afternoon of hiking, with stunning views and great scenery and the experience of visiting small Andean towns along the way, and having a chat with local people. We will arrive at our camp at 5:00 pm. In the area called Wacawasi which is located (3800 masl- 12467 fasl), where we will set up the tents to sleep and we will also prepare a delicious dinner by the team cook. We will take the opportunity to talk and share the experiences of the day.

  • Meals: Lunch – Dinner
  • Distance traveled: 12 km – 7.4 miles
  • Walking hours: 4
  • Minimum height: 3250 masl- 10662 fasl
  • Maximum height: 3800 masl- 12467 fasl
  • Difficulty: Moderate – easy

DAY 2: WACAWASI- STEP IPSAY – IPSAYCOCHA – PATACANCHA

This day’s walk will be different, we will conquer the Ipsay Pass at more than 4550 masl -14927 fasl, the highest point of our journey. We will enjoy magnificent views of the snow-capped mountains of Pitusiray, Sawasiray, Chicón, Verónica and other beautiful snow-capped peaks. In the morning we will have the way up and in the afternoon most of it is downhill towards the town of Patacancha where we will spend the night. There is the possibility to appreciate the Andean constellations, as well as the Milky Way in the sky if the weather allows it. 

We will wake up early to continue the adventure, at 6:00 am. With a coca tea and after our breakfast, we will begin our walk of around 4 hours to high altitude areas in order to reach the highest point of the route of our trip the Ispay pass at more than 4550 masl -14927 fasl. This will be the longest and most difficult day of the entire way, the hike is hard uphill, but the indescribable panoramic views of the snowy peaks of Pitusiray, Sawasiray, Chicón, Verónica and the surrounding snowy peaks, in addition to the landscapes The valley’s impressive views from the summit are definitely the best on the trail.

Thus we reach the highest point of our walk called the Ipsay Pass and after taking some good photos, we will continue our walk from the pass, simply descending for approximately 1 hour to reach the Ipsaycocha lagoon where we will have a delicious lunch and after a deserved rest, we continue downhill for about 2 hours and in this part of the tour we can see the local people living in these isolated communities, we will have the opportunity to see some species of auquénidos such as llamas and alpacas.

Finally we will arrive at our second camp in the town of Patacancha at 3750 masl – 12303 fasl, there we will have a tea in the afternoon and afterwards a delicious dinner we will take advantage of to see the photos of the day and to be able to talk about the route we had if the weather is good and the sky is clear we can take advantage and see the beautiful starry sky of the andes over the beautiful mountains, we hope so. 

  • Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner
  • Distance traveled: 14 km – 8.7 miles
  • Hiking Hours: 7
  • Minimum height: 3750 masl – 12303 fasl
  • Maximum height: 4550 masl -14927 fasl
  • Difficulty: High – challenging.

DAY 3: PATACANCHA – WILLOQ – OLLANTAYTAMBO – AGUAS CALIENTES

We will say goodbye to the beautiful landscapes between the mountains, we will descend almost the whole route from the Patacancha community to the town of Ollantaytambo, we will stop for lunch before and take the train that will take us to Aguas Calientes where we will spend the night.

This day we will also say goodbye to the team that accompanied us for 3 days on this beautiful tour of the Lares valley. 

Today it is an easy walk, at 6:00 am after a delicious breakfast we continue our walk descending for about 40 minutes to the town of Willoq at 3500 masl – 11482 fasl, a small town that maintains its original and ancient customs we will appreciate the clothing of the inhabitants who are distinguished by having the characteristic reds of the area, then we continue our walk for 1 hour and a half to the Inca archaeological site of Puma marks at 3200 masl – 10498 fasl to see the famous Inca terraces, we will have a brief talk about this constructions and free time to take pictures of this beautiful place.

After a break, we will continue for 3 hours towards the town of Ollantaytambo 2800 masl – 9186 fasl, located along the Vilcanota river, a fertile valley known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the town of Ollantaytambo is considered one of the Inca towns most important living, the only one that retains its ancient Inca urban design.

From there we take the train in order to reach Aguas Calientes, a small city that acts as a gateway to the Historic Sanctuary of Machupicchu. The train journey is approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes and finally you reach the town of Aguas Calientes located at 2000 meters above sea level – 6561 a small town that acts as a gateway to the Historic Sanctuary of Machupicchu. In Aguas Calientes we will spend the night in a comfortable hotel, dinner will be at the tourist restaurant that is included.

During dinner our guide will provide us with very important information about your next day since it will be a local guide from Aguas Calientes who will visit us the next day and he will give you the last details of the tour. We will have free time to get to know this beautiful town, visit the squares, parks and thermal baths of Aguas Calientes (hence the name) (optional), there we will spend the night at the foot of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu among huge mountains and feeling the energy of the mountains around us. 

  • Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner
  • Distance traveled: 14 km – 8.7 miles
  • Hiking Hours: 7
  • Minimum height: 2000 masl – 6561 fasl
  • Maximum height: 3750 masl – 12303 fasl
  • Difficulty: medium

DAY 4: MACHU PICCHU – RETURN TO CUSCO.

We have scheduled a meeting with a wonder of the world, we start very early with the walk to the sanctuary of Machupicchu, we will have a day full of history, architecture, culture, mystery and spirituality. Get ready for a natural meditation where your emotions will be organized and you will feel a spiritual encounter, while you contemplate the ancient Inca city of Machupicchu! In the afternoon return us to Cusco after this incredible adventure

We start the last day of our adventure to one of the 7 wonders of the world, we will have breakfast early remember that we still have a walk of around 2 hours ascending some steps to the sanctuary, or we can take the bus that will take us to the Inca city of Machupicchu (optional), The archaeological park is open from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We will make the visit at the time coordinated with the guide, we will have approximately 2 hours a visit to the most important sites with your guide through the most important places: viewpoint of the guardian’s house, the Inca palace, the priest’s house, the main square, intihuatana or sundial, the industrial sectors and the cultivation terraces. You will be amazed at the size of Machupicchu because it will still have many places to explore because later you will be able to explore the mysterious city at your own pace.

If you still have energy you can also climb Huayna Picchu (2720 MSNM / 8923 FASL) It takes 45 minutes to reach the top, this tour is additional and optional and you may have to leave the Machu Picchu tour to be able to get a Permission to climb this mountain needs to be booked well in advance (not included). The way back is the same 1 hour and 30 minutes’ walk back to Aguas Calientes or we can take the bus to the town of Aguas Calientes (optional) You will have free time to have lunch there (not included) according to the train schedule ( show up 30 minutes before) which we will take to Ollantaytambo where the transport will wait to move to Cusco as it was coordinated and organized according to the chosen program and itinerary.

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Walking hours: 3 -5
  • Walking distance: 14 KM. 8.7 miles
  • Maximum Altitude: 2430 masl-7972 fasl
  • Minimum Altitude: 2040 masl- 6692 fasl
  • Difficulty: medium

INCLUDED:

  • Informative talk with the guide the day before the tour.
  • Transfers: Cusco – Lares.
  • Transfers: Ollantaytambo train station – Cusco.
  • Round trip train ticket.
  • Entrance to Machupicchu.
  • Guide and cook.
  • Horses for 03 days. For camping equipment and supplies only.
  • 5 kg of luggage on the horse for 2 days.
  • Food: 03 breakfasts, 03 lunches and 03 dinners.
  • Camping equipment: quadruple dormitory tents for use as double bed, mat, dining tent, kitchen tent, tables, chairs, dishes, oxygen bottle, first aid kit.
  • Overnight accommodation in Machu Picchu Town.

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Breakfast on the 1st day and Lunch on the 4th day.
  • Sleeping bag (necessary) and walking sticks.
  • Bus up and down in Machupicchu.
  • Entrance to Huayna Picchu Mountain US$ 55  
  • Tips 
  • Sleeping bag ( can be hired from us )

WHAT TO BRING FOR LARES TREK 4 DAYS:

  • Original Passport
  • Walking boots
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • Hat and gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Comfortable Trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream (factor 35 or higher)
  • Insect repellant
  • Toiletries and hand sanitizer
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and film
  • Torch with spare batteries or Headlamps.

Choquequirao Trek

price from $480.00 american dollars per person
04 Days
Availability : All year

The Choquequirao trek is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful roads in the Andes and the most intense full of places that are not visited as it is not a very commercial route and it does not have many towns on the route. This route will take you through unique and varied landscapes with nothing less than impressive scenery through the largest archaeological complex! Photographers will experience sheer ecstasy as they hike lonely, ancient trails – from picturesque grassy highlands to flourishing cloud forests, where lush rain forests meet colossal snow-capped mountains as we get to know the snowy Padreyoc and Corihuayrachina.

FULL ITINERARY:

Day 1: Cusco – Cachora – Capuliyoc – Chiquisca – Rosalina Beach – Santa Rosa.

Our Adventure begins with the pick up at your hotel in Cusco, then we will board our bus in the direction of the town of Cachora, (Punta Carretera) where we will meet the rest of the Choquequirao Travel team, the muleteers, cooks and horses.

From this point we begin our walk through a beautiful Andean landscape and we will have a beautiful view of the Padreyoc and Wayna Cachora mountains. We will have an impressive view of the Apurimac valley from the viewpoint called Capuliyoc, then we will continue our walk until we reach Chiquisca where we will have our lunch.

Then we will continue our walk until descending to Playa Rosalina (1550 m.a.s.l.), which is the lowest point, from this place we will ascend for approximately 2 hours until we reach Santa Rosa, place of our first camp. (Lunch and dinner).

Day 2: Santa Rosa – Marampata – Choquequirao

In Santa Rosa we can find the famous Cambrai, a drink made from sugar cane, which in large quantities can get us intoxicated.

Throughout the walk from Santa Rosa to Marampata we will have a beautiful view of the Apurimac canyon, we will cross small hunts such as Santa Rosa Alta and Huchuerta, once we reach Marampata which will be the place of our camp, we will have a little rest and then we will have a walk of approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to the Inca city of Choquequirao.

When we get to Choquequirao we will have a guided tour of the most important areas of the place, such as the main esplanade, the Usno, the Workshops and the Sector of the platforms that are embedded in stone in the shape of Llamas.

After our visit we will return by the same road to Marampata for approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, where we will have our dinner and our camp. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner).

Day 3: Choquequirao – Rosalina Beach – Chiquisqa

This we will be able to rest a little more time, After a good breakfast we will begin our way back and we will say goodbye to this beautiful tourist attraction such as Choquequirao.

We will continue our walk to Playa Rosalina where we will have a short break, and then continue to Chiquisca where we will have our last camp. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner).

Day 4: Chiquisqa – Capuliyoc – Cachora – Cusco

After a comforting breakfast we will start the walk back to the Capuliyoc pass where we will have for the last time a beautiful view of the Apurimac canyon, and after approximately 2 hours of walking we will arrive at San Pedro de Cachora where we will say goodbye to our muleteers who accompanied us. In this wonderful adventure, then we will address mobility, we will be arriving in the afternoon to Cusco and thus ends the 4-day Shockquirao trek and our services. (Breakfast).

INCLUDED:

  • Previous meeting with the guide prior to the departure of the Trek.
  • Transportation Cusco – Capulilloq – Cusco.
  • Entrance to Choquequirao.
  • Professional guide service.
  • Chef.
  • Food: 03 breakfasts, 03 lunches and 03 dinners.
  • Pack horses and muleteers: For 3 days. (5 kilos per person)
  • Camping equipment: Quadruple sleeping tent for double use, mat.
  • Emergency medical kit: Oxygen bottle and first aid kit.

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Breakfast on the 1st day and Lunch on the 4th day.
  • Sleeping bag (necessary) and walking sticks.
  • Additional water and Snack on the route.
  • Sleeping bag ( can be hired from us)
  • Tips

WHAT TO BRING FOR CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK

  • Original Passport
  • Walking boots
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • Hat and gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Comfortable Trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream (factor 35 or higher)
  • Insect repellant
  • Toiletries and hand sanitizer
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and film
  • Torch with spare batteries or Headlamps.

About Us

We are a local company that through turism,we get to show visitors to our amazing country all it has to offer, as well as making it hugely beneficial to the local people.

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