Ausangate Andean Trek – 6 days

Superb trekking in the rugged Cordillera Vilcanota: A high and wild trekking circuit winds its way through this rarely-visited range, following lovely alpine valleys which are home to Quechua Indian herdsmen and some of Peru’s most spectacular wildlife, including vicunas and the Andean condor. Traversing this pristine and beautiful region, we enjoy a series of wonderful lakeside camps and cross several 5000 metre passes, each providing far-reaching mountain views. The hike ends in Phinaya, a small and remote Andean community.

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Huchuy Qosqo Experience – 3 days

Superb short Trek to Huchuy Qosqo “small Cusco”: This is a very nice trek for trekkers love to hike and being in the middle of nowhere (just being surrounded by nature), like to go camping with a group and having fun with each other. The Tambomachay head of the trail this is a site where few tourists come at 30 minutes from Cusco, finding a small hill consisting of rocks and caves in the form of passages. Huchuy Qosqo (small Cusco) is situated above the Valley of Urubamba and offers very spectacular views over the mountain range Cordillera de Vilcanota ending in Machu Picchu Sanctuary.

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Hidden Choquequirao Journey – 8 days

Explore the two major archaeological sites in Cusco Choquequirao and Machu Picchu: This expedition will take you to two of the major archaeological sites in the Cusco Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. Choquequirao is located amongst the spurs of the Salkantay Mountain Range above the Valley of the river Río Apurímac. The entire complex encompasses 1,800 hectares of which 30-40% is uncovered. This extraordinary 8-day trekking expedition will lead trekkers to the major archaeological sites in Cusco; Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. Choquequirao (Chuqi K’iraw, Cradle of Gold) is a partly excavated city of the Inca also is called as sister of Machu Picchu.

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Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu – 9 days

Choquequirao is considered as “the Last Refuge of the Incas”: The archaeological site of Choquequiraw is part of the complex system of Andean towns in Vilcabamba Valley. Today we can trek to Choquequirao via a modern footbridge across the Apurimac River. The journey is as awe-inspiring as ever, taking us through an astounding range of ecological zones, from Andean farming valleys, descending through a hot and arid canyon environment featuring kapok trees, cactus and agaves, and climbing again to a region of lush cloud forest, beneath the dizzying snowcaps of the Cordillera Vilcabamba.

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Choquequirao “Sister of Machu Picchu” – 4 days

Amazing Trek to Choquequirao “Sister of Machu Picchu”: Choquequirao is much different than Machu Picchu Choquequirao sits in the saddle of a high Andean ridge (3033m/9948ft) above sea level and 1500m/4920ft above the roaring waters of the Apurimac River.

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Choquequirao “Cradle of Gold” Trek – 5 days

Amazing Trek to Choquequiraw “Sister of Machu Picchu”: Choquequirao is much different than Machu Picchu Choquequirao sits in the saddle of a high Andean ridge (3033m/9948ft) above sea level and 1500m/4920ft above the roaring waters of the Apurimac River.

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Salkantay High Mountain – 4 days

Unforgettable trek thought the sacred Salcantay Mountain: This amazing trek runs beneath the Salcantay Mountain (6271m/20569ft) where massive snowcapped mountains collide with lush tropical rain forests, passing through Quechua communities and lesser-known Inca ruins, to finally reach Aguas Calientes on the third day. This itinerary is an interesting alternative for those not having found spaces on the Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu. Salcantay Mountain is the highest peak of the Cordillera Vilcabamba, part of the Peruvian Andes.

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Salcantay Trek to Machu Picchu – 5 days

Trekking thought the sacred Mountain of Salcantay: This amazing trek runs beneath the sacred Salcantay Mountain (6271m/20569ft), one of the highest and most stunning in the Peruvian Andes, passing through Quechua communities and lesser-known Inca ruins, to finally reach Aguas Calientes on the fourth day afternoon. The impressive Sacred Inca city of Machu Picchu is visited on the last day of the program. This itinerary is an interesting alternative for those not having found spaces on the Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu. Salcantay Trek deservingly named one of the 25 Best Treks in the World by National Geographic Travel Magazine.

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Lares Llama Trek Experience – 3 days

Experience Andean Life in the Lares Valley, visit Quechua native people: Hiking through the Native Communities of Lares Valley is a wonderful experience. This unforgettable and less-known hike combines amazing mountain scenery, glacier lagoons, valley cloud-forest and authentic textile Quechua communities. These villages take place through a hidden valley that very few outsiders have ever entered. The llama shepherds and weavers that inhabit some of the villages of this obscure place of high Andean Glaciers

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Authentic Quechua Villages to Machu Picchu – 5 days

A great hike through Lares Valley, visit local Quechua native people: This 5 days itinerary offers an outstanding combination of amazing mountain and valley scenery in a remote area, the visit of authentic Quechua communities and that of the world-famous Sacred Inca city of Machu Picchu. Leaving from the Sacred Valley, enjoying a variety of native flora and fauna, including indigenous plants used for natural dyes, ascent towards Pachacuteq Pass (4458m/14622ft) surrounded by views of the beautiful lakes of Azulcocha and Suerococha.

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Andean Lares Trek to Machu Picchu – 4 days

Experience Andean Life in the Lares Valley, visit Quechua native people: Hiking through the Native Communities of Lares Valley is a wonderful experience. This unforgettable and less-known hike combines amazing mountain scenery, glacier lagoons, valley cloud-forest and authentic textile Quechua communities. These villages take place through a hidden valley that very few outsiders have ever entered. The llama shepherds and weavers that inhabit some of the villages of this obscure place of high Andean Glaciers

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Ausangate Special Short Trek – 4 days

Great short hike through Singrenacocha & Ausangate Mountain: This trek takes us along the spectacular slopes of Ausangate Mountain, the highest peak in the Cusco Region. On the way we will see a number of communities where we will be able to observe the local way of life. We will also pass a number of lovely lakes on our way to the impressive Singrenacocha Lagoon.

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Ausangate High Peak Trek – 6 days

Trekking thought the sacred Mountain of Ausangate: The peak of Ausangate is considered sacred by the local populace. It is the central most powerful point of pilgrimage for today’s Quechua/Inca descendants. You will be circling Ausangate, passing other peaks, crossing passes and bogs, seeing glaciers, climbing up and down hills, camping by lagoons and viewing some of Peru’s most spectacular scenery. It will be high and cold, but there is hot springs along the way.

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Huchuy Qosqo Hike – 2 days

A fabulous hike to explore the rarely visited Inca ruins at Huchuy Qosqo: A fantastic wilderness two day trek following an old Inca trail with big views, local farming techniques and a chance to camp beside some rarely visited Inca Ruins. This is a great trek for those short of time wanting to experience an Inca Trail hike in some of Cusco’s most beautiful scenery. Spectacular drive to Lake Corao, trek along an ancient Inca trail with huge views of the Sacred Valley before arriving at Huchuy Qosqo Inca ruins and camping beside. Explore Huchuy Qosqo ruins before following another Inca trail to Chinchero and from there onto Cusco

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