The most demanding yet rewarding trek of the Cuzco area, this 7 day/6 night epic journey is the crème-de-la-crème of Inca Trails. The trail offers an admittedly taxing hike—steep descents followed by equally severe inclines—but with an outrageous payout: sublime views and visits to the Incan cities of Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. After seven days of magnificent yet demanding trekking, you’ll have explored the haunting ruins of Choquequirao (3000 m), visited the Wonder of the World Machu Picchu, crossed three stunning Andean Valleys and four passes
reaching 4300 m, relaxed in natural thermal baths, and garnered up enough stories for a lifetime. Choquequeriao’s relative inaccessibility makes it a welcome alternative to the swollen tourism of Machu Picchu—there were no (read: ZERO) other trekkers during our visit on July 2. A cable-car is planned for 2018, which will open the gates to an estimated 200,000 visitors per year. Now is the time to visit an undisturbed Choquequirao! Find the full itinerary here, or contact us with any questions.
Backpacker must have a minimum of 2 people
All inclusive: 1950$/person with 2 people and 1605$ with 3 people and up
Groups will remain small 5-6 people max
Travel one of the most magnificent treks on Earth, featured in National Geographic Adventure Magazine as one of the Top 25 Hikes in the World. Your tale will be of glaciers, snow-peaks, and jungle on the way to the ancient sanctuary of Machu Picchu.
We’ve thought of the details so that you can put your energy into your legs and the stunning vistas around you. See the full itinerary for the all-inclusive tour. Contact us for more information or to reserve your trek.
*Our Salkantay is on a sliding scale depending on the number of people in the group with a maximum of five.
Bathe in the crystal clear waters of Colcolmayo, experience the ruta del cafe by harvesting, roasting, grinding and making you own coffee on a local organic coffee farm, hike on ancient old Inca Trail, visit the ruins of Llactapata and see Machu Picchu from one valley over….alone. Less touristy than your typical marketed Inca Trail.
This Inca Trail will fill you with wonder and awe as you hike alone to the forgotten ruins of Llactapata. See itinerary here. For those with 10 days we highly suggest the Inca Trails to Machu Picchu with both Huchuy Qosqo Trek and Llactapata combined, plus rainbow mountain and more! See itinerary here.
*PRICE is based on amount of trekkers
TAKE A LESSER TRAVELED ROUTE TO MACHU PICCHU ON THESE INCA TRAILS…
So you are ready to check Machu Picchu off your bucket list! Now, the question remains….How to get there?? We have created a 10 day itinerary filled with Inca Trails, organic coffee farms, hot springs and Machu Picchu.
This Inca Trail trek is not the typical “marketed” Inca Trail with 500 trekkers and porters per day. We have hand picked some of the more magical, lesser traveled Inca Trails in the area that lead to Machu Picchu for you. See full itinerary here.
Hike up to 14,000 ft before descending on intact, perfectly made Incan Highway. This Inca Trail will lead you to the ruins of Huchuy Qosqo where you will look out over the Sacred Valley.
The most magical of all Inca Trails in the Sacred Valley this day hike will inspire you and leave you smiling for years. Contact us for a one day trip here.
Lares is an impressive trek that travels though small Andean Pueblos and keeps you far from tourism. There are many variations of this trek so ask if you are looking for any specific one.
We are happy to create a Lares Trek according to your dates available. Contact us for a one day trip here.