TREKKING IN CUSCO PERU
Trekking through the Peruvian Andes is an enriching life experience for culture and history lovers. You can immerse yourself in the legendary stories of the ancient Inca Empire as you walk along the trails where the Incas themselves used to roam. Peru offers diverse routes that end at the Machu Picchu sanctuary. For example, the famous Inca Trail which requires a special permit that only authorized agencies can issue as well as alternative treks that don't require special permits such as the Salkantay, Lares, Choquequirao, and Huchuy Qosqo. For mountain climbers, Ausangate and Huaraz are dream destinations as well as Colca Canyon.
These programs combine the best that Peru has to offer and allows you to personalize your demands to adapt to your budget.
This trip will take us to the archeological site of Choquequirao, which means „cradle of gold“. It's a spectacular hike where we'll descend into the narrow ravine of the Apurimac river and climb up the steep slopes on the ...
The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is categorized as one of the best treks in the world for its conservation of its original, stone pathways once used by the Incas. This program includes different campsites to allow you to ...
Best time to travel
May - Oct
Apr, Nov, Dec & Jan
Activities: Culture, History, Trekking and Hiking
Places: Cusco, Inca Trail, Machu Picchu and Aguas Calientes
Departure: Any Day upon request. Mim 2 passengers
The Inca Trail short or " mini- ...
Our Lares trek via Cuyoc is one of the most beautiful paths which offers gorgeous landscapes during this rather demanding hike. Here you hardly meet any people even though we start close to Urubamba in the Sacred Valley of ...
The Cordillera Vilcanota is an impressive range of mountains which include the massive Salkantay snow capped mountain (6,280m) and three others over 6000m. Salkantay is an outstanding snow peak, located less than fifty miles northwest of the city of ...