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Chonta Peru Hike

CHONTA PERU HIKE – OVERVIEW

Chonta Peru Hike is an incredible journey to the Apurimac canyon where you will observe the Andean condor flight (Vultur gryphus).  See them soar in all their splendor while enjoying amazing Andean scenery.

The Andean condor is the largest flying land bird in the Western Hemisphere. They have a wing span of around 3 meters and a body weight of 15 kg approximately. The Andean condor can fly higher than 8,000 meters and lose our sight.

In Andean cosmology, the andean condor is the messenger of the gods who also transports the souls of the departed into the spirit realms. The Apus or tutelary spirits may also appear to human beings in the form of a condor. To come in contact with this powerful animal is a deeply transformative experience that may impact our soul.

CHONTA PERU HIKE – ITINERARY

Pick-up from the lobby of your hotel. We leave Cusco by private transport at 8:00 am. and travel through the highlands of Anta towards the Northwest. After passing the pass of Willque we descend into the beautiful Limatambo valley and on most days, we may enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Salkantay, the second highest Apu of the region (6272 m). Near Limatambo town we take a well-preserved dirt road up to the picturesque highland hamlet of Chonta. Time permitting, we shall briefly visit the local school that benefits from our tours through the donation of materials, before starting our two-hour trek (moderate difficulty). With a little luck we may spot typical highland birds on the way (sometimes even parrots can be seen), whilst appreciating the pretty flora and the spectacular scenery as we approach the canyon.

A short hike downhill will take us to the viewpoint in time for a delicious picnic lunch. We shall stay at this marvelous spot for 2-3 hours in order to wait for the Andean condors to soar upwards, being transported by thermal winds. This is an unforgettable birding experience and a highlight for every nature enthusiast! in the early afternoon we start our hike back to Chonta. On the way, we shall visit the archaeological Inka complex of Tarawasi and the mysterious ceremonial site of Killarumiyoq where we shall enjoy a picnic lunch before continuing our journey to Cusco where we shall arrive in the afternoon.

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The Chonta Hike is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Chonta hike is available every day of the year.
  • Price does not include local sales taxes; as foreign travelers are sales tax exempt according Peruvian Law.
  • You can add this hike to our 4 day Machu Picchu Tours and thus have a complete experience in Cusco.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

CHONTA PERU HIKE – PRICES

PRIVATE SERVICE 

Tour Price Per Person

02 travelers US$ 185
03 travelers US$ 139
04 travelers US$ 115
05 travelers US$ 105
06 travelers US$ 99
07 travelers US$ 89
08 travelersUS$ 85
09-10 travelersUS$ 79

INCLUDED IN CHONTA PERU HIKE 

Included in Tour Price

Private transportation

Private adventure guide

Meals according to itinerary.

Entrance ticket

First aid kit

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights.

Visas required to enter Peru.

Airport Taxes.

Tips.

Hotel in Cusco.

Horses.

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HUCHUY QOSQO TREK CUSCO – OVERVIEW

Huchuy Qosqo Trek Cusco is an excellent option for trekkers with too little time to go for a longer trek, yet avid to hike on an Inca path first hand. The varied landscape and incredible views make this challenging trek an exciting experience.

Huchuy Qosqo means “Little Cusco,” located in the north of Cusco, facing the imposing Vilcanota Mountain range in the Sacred Valley at 3600m/11800ft. It was initially called Kakya Qawani, built during the reign of Viracocha. It comprises a ceremonial open center, the Kallanka (Great Wall) 40m long, grain storage structures, and a long lasting Inca-built irrigation channel, lined with stones for about 800m, that provides water to the site. An important agricultural and administrative center along with Pisac during the Inca period.

Huchuy Qosqo can only be reached by foot or horse riding.  The access from Tauca is 3 hours long, more or less, up to a mountain pass of 4500m, and then you hike your way down through a rocky and dusty path to Huchuy Qosqo. Horseback ride or two-day hike to Huchuy Qosqo is available at request.

HUCHUY QOSQO TREK CUSCO – ITINERARY

We will pick you up from your hotel and drive to Chinchero to then reach Tauca town, our starting point of the trek. We will start hiking uphill with a marvelous view of majestic mountains surrounding us and the peace inspiring Piuray Lagoon until the pass at 4500m/14760ft. Afterward, we will descend along a restored Inca road for approximately one hour towards the homestead of Pukamarca (altitude: 4010m/13153ft). Keep on hiking downhill to Leon Punku canyon, leading us to an Inca bridge and trail. Along the way, you can appreciate the surprising rock formations and natural boulders channeling the river to Huchuy Qosqo (altitude: 3600m/11808ft), where we will arrive by early afternoon.

Once in Huchuy Qosqo, you will enjoy a detailed guided tour and then, you will have free time to explore more on your own meanwhile you receive the energies of this archaeological site.

Later,  we will hike to the town of Lamay (altitude: 3000m/9840ft) to finally  drive you back to your hotel in Cusco (duration: 6-7 hours).

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Level of Difficulty: Medium to challenging

IMPORTANT: the last 3 hours is descend, therefore we strongly recommend to bring trekking shoes one size larger or soft  around the toes. This trek is not recommended for travelers with knee problems.

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NOTES

The Huchuy Qosqo Trek Cusco is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Huchuy Qosqo Trek Cusco is available every day of the year.
  • Price does not include local sales taxes; as foreign travelers are sales tax exempt according Peruvian Law.
  • You can add this hike to our 4 day Machu Picchu Tours and thus have a complete experience in Cusco.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

HUCHUY QOSQO TREK CUSCO – PRICES

PRIVATE SERVICE 

Trek Price per Person

02 travelers US$ 179
03 travelers US$ 139
04 travelers US$ 115
05 travelers US$ 109
06 travelers US$ 105
07 travelers US$ 95
08 travelersUS$ 89
09-10 travelersUS$ 85

NOTE: Includes transportation, adventure guide, boxed lunch, emergency horse and entrance ticket.

INCLUDED IN HUCHUY QOSQO TREK CUSCO

Included in Tour Price

Boxed lunch according to itinerary

Guided excursion in English in private service

Intermediate transfers

Entrance ticket to Huchuy Qosqo

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights

Visas required for entry to Peru

Airport taxes for international and domestic flights

Drinks and tips

Hotel accommodations and tours in Cusco

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LAKE HUMANTAY TREK – OVERVIEW

The Lake Humantay Trek is one of the hidden treasures of Cusco’s region, nestled between two peaks of the Vilcabamba mountain range. Its thaw gives rise to a beautiful emerald lagoon, and the hugely imposing glacier at the bottom come together in flawless harmony for the truly incredible sight.

The Lake Humantay Trek is a new alternative to have fun hiking in a short time from Cusco. Be part of this experience with us and dare to feel the energy of this beautiful place.

LAKE HUMANTAY TREK – ITINERARY

You will be picked-up from the lobby of your hotel at 05:oo am. Afterwards, you will start the adventure to the Lake Humantay with a 4-hour-drive in private transport to Soraypampa (altitude: 3850m/12628ft above sea level).

Soraypampa is the campsite for the first day of the Salkantay trek. In Soraypampa, you will have a delicious box breakfast before starting the hike to Lake Humantay (altitude: 4200m/13776ft above sea level). Along the way, you will enjoy impressive views of snowed-capped mountains such as the Salkantay and Lake Humantay if the sky is clear enough. This hike takes 1.5-hour-walk to the lake with a low to moderate difficulty which is really worth it when you see the magical view of the lake. It is also possible to rent a horse (not included).

At your arrival, you will have enough time to take pictures, bring an offer to the Apus (Sacred Mountains), and swim in the lake when is sunny for the real brave ones! After some free time, you will start descending to Soraypampa for about 1.5 hours, which is a lot easier than the way up. In Soraypampa, you will have a box lunch and after some rest you will be transported to your hotel in Cusco, arriving around 18:00 hrs.

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NOTES

The Lake Humantay Trek is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Lake Humantay trek is available every day of the year.
  • Price does not include local sales taxes; as foreign travelers are sales tax exempt according Peruvian Law.
  • You can add this hike to our 4 day Machu Picchu Tours and thus have a complete experience in Cusco.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

LAKE HUMANTAY TREK – PRICES

PRIVATE SERVICE 

Tour Price Per Person

02 travelers US$ 189
03 travelers US$ 145
04 travelers US$ 119
05 travelers US$ 115
06 travelers US$ 105
07 travelers US$ 99
08 travelersUS$ 89
09 travelers US$ 85
10 travelers US$ 79

INCLUDED IN LAKE HUMANTAY TREK

Included in Tour Price

Pre-trek briefing

Private transportation

Private adventure guide

Meals according to itinerary.

Entrance ticket

First aid kit

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights.

Visas required to enter Peru.

Airport Taxes.

Tips.

Hotel in Cusco.

Horses.

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WAQRAPUKARA TREK – OVERVIEW

Waqrapukara Trek is a stunning full day visit to the archaeological site of Waqrapukara located at the top of a great ravine covered with forests that crown the abysses that dominate the Apurimac River Canyon. This is, this trek is perfect for travelers with minimal time looking for an unique experience off the traditional sites, rich in history and surrounded by vast beauty with astonishing landscapes.

Its name means “The Horned Fortress” in the native Quechua language, referring to the two distinctly horn-shaped peaks which dominate the site. Archaeologists have only recently studied this fortress, so the full significance of the complex is just beginning to be uncovered. They believe that this powerful archaeological site was at one point used for astronomical observation and rituals as well as for the development of agriculture as the buildings are westward facing. Within the stone structures, you will also see vaulted niches with three jambs, which is an evidence of its particular importance, as the Incas only placed this style of doors at seats of great religious and political power.

WAQRAPUKARA TREK – ITINERARY

You will be picked up from your hotel in Cusco to travel through the highlands of southern Cusco. Along the way, we will find the Pomacanchi Lagoon known as one of the second largest lagoons in the Cusco region. Continuing with our tour, we will pass through Sangarara District (altitude: 3763m/12342.64ft above sea level) within the Acomayo Province until we reach our starting trek point. From here, we will trek 8 Km to the archeological site (duration: 1 1/2 hour).

Upon arrival at Waqrapukara (altitude: 4150m/13612ft above sea level), we will have some rest and enjoy a boxed lunch. Afterwards, your guided tour, we will start our hike back by a different route toward the town of Huayqui, admiring cave paintings that illustrate lamas along the way.

Then, we will find our private transportation at the end of the trail after three hours of hiking approximately. And finally, we will finish our trip returning to Cusco arriving late afternoon.

Level of difficulty: Challenging.

IMPORTANT: the hike back can be by the same route to Sangarara, which takes between 1 1/2 – 2 hours approx., but you would not see the cave paintings. Another option is returning by the third route towards the village of Campi, which is 2 1/2 hours approx. You can choose the option of your preference with your guide before starting to hike. Level of difficulty: Average.

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NOTES

The Waqrapukara Trek is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Waqrapukara Trek is available every day of the year.
  • Price does not include local sales taxes; as foreign travelers are sales tax exempt according Peruvian Law.
  • You can add this hike to our 4 day Machu Picchu Tours and thus have a complete experience in Cusco.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

WAQRAPUKARA TREK – PRICES

PRIVATE SERVICE 

Tour Price Per Person

02 travelers US$ 185
03 travelers US$ 139
04 travelers US$ 115
05 travelers US$ 105
06 travelers US$ 99
07 travelers US$ 89
08 travelersUS$ 85
09-10 travelersUS$ 79

INCLUDED IN WAQRAPUKARA TREK

Included in Tour Price

Pre-trek briefing

Private transportation

Private adventure guide

Meals according to itinerary.

Entrance ticket

First aid kit

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights.

Visas required to enter Peru.

Airport Taxes.

Tips.

Hotel in Cusco.

Horses.

Walking poles.

 

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LARES TRAIL PERU – OVERVIEW

Lares Trail Peru is located in the opposite side of the Sacred Valley where a beautiful valley opens up at a higher level and offers an ideal opportunity for adventure hikes. Lares Trail Peru, encompasses all the wonderful things we love about hiking, a lesser known path, allowing the few hikers enjoy the scenery and the flora and fauna closely, marvelous mountain views, intense emerald colored glacier lakes, passing through renewing Queuña Tree forests and observing closer Andean villagers lives. Since there are andean communities along the way, you may run into Andean kids going or returning from school or their parents going or coming to/from work.

The Lares Trail Peru ends in the town of Lares where you can dip into its natural hot springs and relax.

Come and experience this enriching Lares Trail Peru route!

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate to challenging. We strongly recommend acclimatizing to the altitude by staying in Cusco at least two – three days prior to the trek.

Please do not hesitate to send a Get Free Quote form and use the comments section to customize this trip itinerary afterwards.

LARES TRAIL PERU – ITINERARY

DIFFICULTY: MODERATE TO CHALLENGING

DAY 1

Cusco – Cancha Cancha:
Leave Cusco at 7.00am in a private transportation (2hours) on your way to Huarán, the starting point of the trek.  Start off walking for approximately 5 hours, following an uphill path with vigorous vegetation, arriving at your first campsite in Cancha Cancha, a small farming community in the middle of a spectacular mountain scenery. There will be a lunch stop along the way. Once in Cancha Cancha, campsite you may try interacting with the villagers and learn about their customs.

Trek Daily Statistics

Distance: 8 km / 4.97 ml
Minimum Altitude: 2750m /9020ft
Maximum Altitude: 3650m / 11792ft
Approximate Time: 5-6 hrs
Gradient: moderate

Overnight at campsite.

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DAY 2

Cancha Cancha – Queuñaqocha Lagoon:
Leave camp after breakfast. Hike your way up the path leading you to the first mountain pass of the trek, the Abra Pachacutec (4400m/14432ft/3h). It is from here that you will delight on the incredible views of glacier lagoons and the surrounding valley, spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains in the area, such as Colquecruz, Minas and Sirijuani. Right after you’ll enjoy lunch and continue descending to Quiswarani, a small village of humble people and textile producers. Following, you’ll go uphill until you reach the mysterious lagoon of Queuñaqocha. You’ve reached the second campsite. Relax and enjoy a good night sleep.

Trek Daily Statistics

Distance: 10 km / 6.21 ml
Minimum Altitude: 3500 masl / 11480 ft
Maximum Altitude: 4400 masl / 14432 ft
Approximate Time: 6-7 hrs
Gradient: moderate – challenging

Overnight at campsite.

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DAY 3

Queuñaqocha Lagoon – Lares – Cusco:
Get up early and prepare for the last day of your Lares Trail Peru. Today you’ll hike towards the second mountain pass, the Abra Willkiccasa (4100m/13448ft/2h), magnificent views from both sides of the pass, the beautiful Colquecruz and the enigmatic Pitusiray and Sahuasiray mountains. You’ll see the typical Puna landscape with some deers along the way until you reach Cancan 3 hours later, a small agricultural community.

From here, the trail takes you down a fertile valley with greener and bushy vegetation, and carefully cultivated patches of land by the communities that own them. You will see native flowers such as Begonias and wild Orchids. Approximately 2 hours later, you’ll arrive at Lares town and its pleasant Hot Springs where one can enjoy an unlaxed and warm dip. After a succulent lunch, a private transportation will take you back to Cusco, with an estimated arrival time of 20:00 hours.

Trek Daily Statistics

Distance: 11 km / 6.83 ml
Minimum Altitude: 3000 masl / 9630 ft
Maximum Altitude: 4100 masl / 13448 ft
Approximate Time: 6-7 hrs
Gradient: moderate

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NOTES:

The Lares Trail Peru is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Lares Trail Peru is available every day of the year.
  • The recommended period to do the Lares Trail is from April to October.
  • Price does not include local sales taxes; as foreign travelers are sales tax exempt according Peruvian Law.
  • You can add this hike to our 4 day Machu Picchu Tours and thus have a complete experience in Cusco.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

LARES TRAIL PERU – PRICES

Trek Price per Person

Private Service: 2 travelers US$ 555
Private Service: 3 travelersUS$ 429
Private Service: 4 travelers US$ 379
Private Service: 5 travelers US$ 355
Private Service: 6 travelers US$ 315
Private Service: 7 travelers US$ 289
Private Service: 8 travelers US$ 275

INCLUDED IN LARES TRAIL PERU

Included in Tour Price

Pre-departure briefing

Transfer from Cusco to Huaran, starting point of the trek

Adventure tour guide in English

Personal tents: 2 people in each 3-people-capacity tent (4 seasons)

One foamy and one inflatable sleeping pad per person

Dining tent with tables and chairs

Kitchen tent

Toilet tent with biodegradable toilet facilities

Cook and cooking equipment

Pack animals to carry camping equipment and your belongings

Food and cooking equipment

One emergency horse every 6 people

Wranglers

Meals (2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners, daily morning snack, daily tea service except last day) – vegetarian menu is available at no extra cost

Hot water every morning and evening for washing purposes / boiled water to fill in your water bottle every morning and night, and at lunch time if requested with enough time ahead

First-aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle

Transfer from Lares to Cusco

Sales taxes and payment transaction fees

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights

Visas required to enter Peru

Airport taxes

Drinks

Tips

Walking Poles

Breakfast on Day 1 and Dinner on Day 3

Duffel Bag

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SALKANTAY TREK TO MACHU PICCHU – OVERVIEW

Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is a thrilling and challenging hike that has it all! Trekking along the skirts of the majestic mountain peak of Salkantay (6.271m/20569ft) surrounded by the awe inspiring Southern Andes range, continuing through a striking contrasting jungle landscape and let’s not forget the diverse flora and fauna you will find during the trek. It is an excellent alternative trek to the classic Inca trail to Machu Picchu.

You will be able to closely observe Andean villages and explore less known Inca remains. On your last day you will arrive at the citadel of Machu Picchu.

SALKANTAY TREK – ITINERARY

DIFFICULTY: CHALLENGING

DAY 1

Cusco to Soyroccocha:
Leave Cusco at 06.00 am in a private transportation on your way to the trek starting point at Challacancha for the next 4hours. During the trip, you’ll be passing through the town of Limatambo (2100m/6888ft), one of the main checkpoints to access the city of Cusco back in Inca times.

Following, the bus will go through a bumpy road on the right side of the soothing Apurimac River, reaching Mollepata (2800m/9184ft), Cruzpata (3100m/10168ft) and finally Challacancha, where you will meet your wranglers and horses. You’ll start off slowly until you pick up your right pace towards the base of Mt. Salkantay (6271m/20569ft).

Lunch stop in Salkantaypampa, continuing your way up (2hrs) to the camp site Soyroccocha, touching the imposing glacier of Salkantay (4200m/13776ft). This will be a cold night so make sure to wear very warm clothes.

Overnight at Campsite.

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DAY 2

Soyroccocha to Collpapampa:
Early breakfast and off to climb for the next hour and half to the Salkantay Mountain Pass (4525m/14842ft). Surrounded by the glaciers and the snow-capped peaks of the Vilcabamba Range with the south face of Salkantay towering above you. It is a view worth the climb! Chinchillas and Condors may surprise you. From this point, you’ll start descending into the magically contrasting Cloud Forest, along the Salkantay River. Arriving at your second camp Collpapampa (2890m/9479ft), in the afternoon. A beautiful spot with some natural hot springs to relax in. On the way you’ll admire a starlting 6 meter wide ancient Inca path.

Overnight at Campsite.

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DAY 3

Collpapampa to Playa/Lucmabamba:
Continue trekking at a lighter pace by the Santa Teresa River, delight on the exuberant vegetation, refreshing waterfalls, and extensive coffee plantations. Passing through the waterfalls at Coripacchi, the settlement at Wiñaypoko, the bustling small town of La Playa and finally arriving at the third campsite Lucmabamba (2,100m/6888ft). You will be entering the spectacled-bear territory and you might get company from flocks of parrots as you descend. At dinner you can enjoy a glass of wine by the light of the camp-fire.

Overnight at Campsite.

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DAY 4

La Playa/Lucmabamba to Aguas Calientes:
After breakfast, you’ll begin your last 2 to 3 hour climb to El Mirador or Abra Q’elloqasa (2860m/9381ft) from where you can admire the enigmatic Machu Picchu.

Lunch stop at the viewpoint Llaqtapata (2650m/8692ft) this time you’ll admire Machu Picchu and the Salkantay Mountain, and appreciate the Llactapata remains, recently restored. A 2-hour descent towards the Aobamba River crossing splendid bamboo forests towards the hydroelectric plant of Machu Picchu from where you’ll board a train that will take you to Aguas Calientes (a short, scenic 40-minute train ride). Accommodation at your chosen hotel.

Overnight at Aguas Calientes

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DAY 5

Aguas Calientes / Machupicchu to Cusco:
Right after breakfast, you’ll take a bus up to the archeological site of Machu Picchu and begin your guided tour of the marvelous citadel for approximately two hours.  Afterwards enjoy free time to walk around.

If you are not too tired, you can climb up the Huayna Picchu Mountain for some more spectacular views of Machu Picchu, and the surrounding valley (please note that there are only 400 visitors allowed per day). Alternatively you may visit the Temple of the Moon or the ancient Inca Bridge.

Later in the afternoon, we’ll meet back in the town of Aguas Calientes and relax at the town’s hot springs (optional). Take the train back to the city of Cusco, arriving at nightfall. Transfer to your hotel in Cusco.

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The Salkantay trek is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

SALKANTAY TREK – PRICES

Trek Price per Person

Group Service (minimum 2 people) US$ 579

Private Service: 2 travelers US$ 1,240
Private Service: 3 travelers US$ 940
Private Service: 4 travelers US$ 835
Private Service: 5 travelers US$ 725
Private Service: 6 travelers US$ 640
Private Service: 7 travelers US$ 595
Private Service: 8 travelers US$ 560

INCLUDED IN SALKANTAY TREK

Visas required to enter PeruDrinks

Included in Tour Price

Pre-departure briefing

Transfer from your hotel in Cusco to Soraypampa (starting point of the trek)

English speaking adventure guide

Personal tents: 2 people in each 3-people-capacity tent (4 seasons)

Duffel bag to place your belongings

One foamy sleeping pad per person

Dining tent with tables and chairs

Kitchen tent

Toilet tent with biodegradable toilet facilities

Cook and cooking equipment and your belongings

Pack animals to carry camping equipment

One emergency horse for every 6 people (days 1 to 4)

Wranglers (days 1 to 4)

Meals (3 breakfasts, 1 boxed lunch, 3 lunches, 3 dinners, daily morning snack, daily tea service except last day) – vegetarian or special menus are available at no extra cost –

Hot water every morning and evening for washing purposes / boiled water to fill in your water bottle every morning and night, and at lunch time if requested with enough time ahead

First-aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle

Train ticket from the Hydroelectric power plant to Puente Ruinas (day 4)

Bus ticket Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes

Expedition Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Cusco

Transfer train station – hotel in Cusco

Sales taxes and payment transaction fees

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights

Airport taxes

Tips

Lunch on Day 5

Dinner on Day 5

Sleeping bag

Inflatable sleeping pad

Walking poles

Hotel in Aguas Calientes

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CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK – OVERVIEW

The Choquequirao Trek is for the one with a truly explorer spirit. Choquequirao (Craddle of Gold), a spectacular architectural complex of similar outreach and political and religious function as Machu Picchu, at 3103m/ 10178ft, above the vigorous Apurimac River Gorge can be reached after hiking up a trail 60 km / 38 mile long.

Choquequirao was underestimated and hidden from public knowledge for 300 years!, but now it is open to anyone willing to discover its beauty and startling well preserved structures. It is currently part of the ranks of the world’s great Lost Cities.

You will be impressed with the diverse flora and fauna and the chance to spot condors in their natural habitat surrounded by the mountains, in particular the sacred Salkantay peak.

Choquequirao is a good alternative to the sometimes overcrowded traditional Inca Trail Machu Picchu.

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Challenging. We strongly recommend acclimatizing to the altitude by staying for at least two – three days in Cusco prior to the trek.

Please do not hesitate to fill out a Get Free Quote form (column on the right) and use the comments section to customize this trip itinerary afterwards.  Also, feel free to Contact Us with any questions.

CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK – ITINERARY

DIFFICULTY: CHALLENGING

DAY 1

Cusco – Cachora – Chiquisca:
Leave Cusco at 6.00 am in private transportation, heading to the starting point at the charming town of Cachora at 2800m/9184ft, a 4-5 hrs drive from Cusco. Here you’ll meet the horsemen and horses. Start off hiking up for 1hr ½, up to the Abra Capuliyoc at 2750m/9020ft, from here you’ll get great views of the surrounding mountains and the Apurimac River Canyon. Continue descending for two more hours to Chiquisca, where you’ll spend the night.

Trek Daily Statistics

Distance: 15 km / 10.56 ml
Minimum Altitude: 1800 masl / 5778 ft
Maximum Altitude: 2800 masl / 9184 ft
Approximate Time: 4-5 hrs
Gradient: moderate

Overnight at Campsite.

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DAY 2

Chiquisca – Choquequirao:
Leave Chiquisca early at 6.00am, off to Rosalina Beach, which will take about one hour to reach. It is important leave early in order to avoid the heat during later hours. You’ll cross the Apurimac River and start climbing towards Santa Rosa, zigzagging up a steep slope. This climb will take approximately 2 hrs.

In Santa Rosa, take a 30 minute break, and if you are up to it, you can try the local sugarcane extract Cambray.

Renewed after a short break, continue the hike slowly climbing for two and a half hours to Marampata and stop for lunch. Enjoy your meal and continue for another two hours until you finally arrive at the formidable archaeological complex of Choquequirao at 3103m/10178ft.  Leave your things at the campsite and explore the terraces and constructions during your free time. Later at dusk, your chances to see Condors flying around will increase. So get comfy and keep your eye wide open.

Trek Daily Statistics

Distance: 15 km / 9.32 ml
Minimum Altitude: 1450 masl / 4756 ft
Maximum Altitude: 3103 masl / 10178 ft
Approximate Time: 7-8 hrs
Gradient: challenging

Overnight at campsite.

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DAY 3

Choquequirao:
Continue with your exploration of the site. Choquequirao was probably one of the entrance check points to Vilcabamba, and also an administrative headquaters for political, social and economic functions, but it was also, one of the last bastions of resistance and refuge for the Inca ruler, Manco Inca Yupanqui, who fled Cusco after his siege of the city failed in 1535.

Its urban design has followed the symbolic patterns of Cusco, with ritual places dedicated to Inti (Sun god) and the ancestors, to the earth, water and other divinities, with mansions for administrators and houses for artisans, warehouses, large dormitories or kallankas and farming terraces belonging to the Inca or the local people.

Overnight at campsite.

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DAY 4

Choquequirao – Rosalina Beach:
Today you’ll have a guided tour of Choquequirao complex: A visit through the Hanan or higher parts, and Urin, the lower sides. After the tour, start your walk back to Santa Rosa, have lunch and then continue descending for another 2 hours until you reach Rosalina Beach at 1450m/4756ft. You can take a refreshing swim in the waters of the Apurimac River. Have a delicious dinner and  realx at the Campsite.

Trek Daily Statistics

Distance: 18 km / 11.18 ml
Minimum Altitude: 1450 masl / 4756 ft
Maximum Altitude: 3100 masl / 10170 ft
Approximate Time: 7-8 hrs
Gradient: very challenging

Overnight at campsite.

B S L D

DAY 5

Rosalina Beach – Cachora:
Leave the campsite after breakfast to start the two to three hour climb to Chiquisca, and back to Abra Capuliyoc, close to where you’ll have lunch. Lastly, in the afternoon, continue on the two-hour return route to Cachora, where private transportation will be waiting to take you back to Cusco. Estimated arrival time in Cusco is 9.00pm.

Trek Daily Statistics

Distance: 18 km / 11.18 ml
Minimum Altitude: 1860 masl / 6102 ft
Maximum Altitude: 2800 masl / 9184 ft
Approximate Time: 6-7 hrs
Gradient: challenging

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LEGEND
B Breakfast.

S Snack.

L Lunch.

D Dinner.

BL Boxed Lunch.

NOTES:

The Choquequirao Trek is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Choquequirao Trek is available every day of the year.
  • The recommended period to do the Choquequirao Trek is from April to October.
  • Price does not include local sales taxes; as foreign travelers are sales tax exempt according Peruvian Law.
  • Another challenging trek we recommend in the Peruvian Andes is the 5-day Ausangate Trek to Rainbow Mountain.
  • For more Andean Trek options go to Peru Treks.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK – PRICES

Trek Price per Person

Private Service: 2 travelers US$ 1,120
Private Service: 3 travelers US$ 820
Private Service: 4 travelers US$ 715
Private Service: 5 travelers US$ 670
Private Service: 6 travelers US$ 590
Private Service: 7 travelers US$ 545
Private Service: 8 travelers US$ 505
Single Supplement(additional to stay in a single tent)US$ 35

INCLUDED IN CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK

Included in Tour Price

Pre-departure briefing

Transfer from your hotel in Cusco to Cachora (starting point of the trek)

Choquequirao entrance fee

Campsite fees

English speaking adventure guide

Personal tents: 2 people in each 3-people capacity tent (4 seasons)

Duffel bag to place your belongings

One foamy and one inflatable sleeping pad per person

Dining tent with tables and chairs

Kitchen tent

Toilet tent with biodegradable toilet facilities

Pack animals to carry camping equipment and your belongings

Cook and cooking equipment

One emergency horse every 6 people

Wranglers

Meals (3 breakfast, 4 lunches, 3 dinners, daily morning snack, daily tea service except last day) – vegetarian menu is available at no extra cost

Hot water every morning and evening for washing purposes / boiled water to fill in your water bottle every morning and night, and at lunch time if requested with enough time ahead

First-aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle

Transfer from Cachora to your hotel in Cusco

Sales taxes and payment transaction fees

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights

Visas required to enter Peru

Airport taxes

Hotel accommodation

Drinks

Tips

Breakfast on day 1, and dinner on day 4

Breakfast on day 1, and dinner on day 4

Sleeping bag

Walking poles

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AUSANGATE TREK 5 DAYS – OVERVIEW

The Ausangate Trek is largely known because the Ausangate Mountain as one of the most important sacred mountain peaks in the region. It is considered the bearer of a magical scenario for shaman initiations and pilgrimages. Ausangate trek invites you to easily sincronize with nature and harmoniously commune with the surroundings as you come closer to the Rainbow Mountain, located in the Vilcanota mountain range. A remote and unspoiled high mountain paradise combined with the comfort of cozy, eco-friendly “Tambos” or Andean Lodges to satisfy travelers from all over the world in search of a challenge with comfort and style.

We will walk with the shepherds of the Chillca community, whom will provide the horses and llamas. Proud to share the spirit of this inspiring world. Experienced chefs will prepare delicious meals daily, introducing you to a variety of Peruvian dishes, and for entertainment, authentic, vernacular music from members of the communities will accompany some of your nights in the “tambos.”

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Challenging. We strongly recommend acclimatizing to the altitude by staying in Cusco Peru for at least 2-3 days prior to the trek.

AUSANGATE TREK 5 DAYS ITINERARY

DIFFICULTY: CHALLENGING

DAY 1

Cusco to Chillca (3,800 m/12,500 ft):
We leave Cusco at 08:30hrs by bus, travelling along the Vilcanota Valley, up to Checacupe town (1½ hrs). After a visit at the colonial temple of the Immaculate, we’ll begin climbing through the Pitumarca valley, into the Japura gorge that leads to Chillca, where we’ll be greeted by the community. (1½ hrs). From here, it will be a short and easy walk to the first “Tambo” (45min). Once at the lodge there will be time to relax and enjoy the music of the locals of Chillca.

Estimated Trekking Time: approx. 15km.
Trekking time: 6 hrs

Overnight at Andean Lodge.

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DAY 2

Chillca to Machuracay:
We’ll start off at 08:30am in the wide valley of Upis where impressive glaciated mountains loom over the valley offering marvelous views. Continuing along a narrow path towards the waterfalls descending from the Santa Catalina Mountain. As you reach the small Paloma lagoon you’ll encounter llamas and a large number of alpacas. After hiking along a second lagoon and crossing a long series of moraines, you will reach the Machuracay Tambo, located right at the skirts of the Apu Ausangate.

Estimated Trekking Time: approx. 15km.
Trekking time: 6 hrs

Overnight at Andean Lodge.

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DAY 3

Machuracay to Anantapata:
Today we leave Machuracay Tambo and hike our way up to the trying Palomani pass at an elevation of 5,200 m. / 17,000 ft. Great views completely worth the effort! Then we’ll be descending along the Ausangate cocha, a glaciated side of the sacred mountain that will inspire you to continue towards the red sandstone formations on the “Nevado del Inca.

Estimated Trekking Time: approx. 15km.
Trekking time: 6 hrs

Overnight stay in the Anantapata Lodge.

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DAY 4

Anantapata to Huampococha:
Continue your hike walking through red, ochre and blue earth Rainbow mountains. A stunning geological wonder. Be alert, you might have an exciting encounter with a herd of vicuñas along your way. You will sleep that night in the Huampococha Tambo, in the heart of large rock formation near a lagoon where “huallatas” (Andean geese) make their nests.

Estimated Trekking Time: approx. 15km.
Trekking time: 6 hrs

Overnight at Huampococha Lodge

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DAY 5

Huampococha to Cusco:
Start off with a good breakfast for your last climb over the Anta pass, and gradually descend until you get the first glimpse of crops and country houses. You’ll notice the landscape rapidly changing as the red sandstone formations are followed by the carsten erosion of limestone, forming a one of a kind stone forest, and a perfect habitat for “Vizcachas” (members of the Chinchilla family). By the time you are in the valley, your bus will be waiting for your return trip to Cusco.

Estimated Trekking Time: approx. 15km.
Trekking time: 6 hrs

B L D

 

LEGEND
B Breakfast.

S Snack.

L Lunch.

D Dinner.

BL Boxed Lunch.

NOTES:

The Ausangate Trek 5 days is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Ausangate Trek 5 days is available every day of the year.
  • The recommended period to do the Ausangate Trek 5 days is from April to October.
  • Private Service Fixed Departures Dates: every day except Friday.
  • Group Service Fixed Departure Dates: every Friday from April to October.
  • Price does not include local sales taxes; as foreign travelers are sales tax exempt according Peruvian Law.
  • For more Andean Trek options go to Peru Treks

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

AUSANGATE TREK 5 DAYS PRICES

Ausangate Trek – Mountain Lodges

Trek Price per Person

Group Departure Dates: every Friday from Mar to Nov US$ 1,465
Price based on 04 people or more in private service US$ 1,469
Price based on 03 people in private service US$ 1,705
Price based on 02 people in private service US$ 2,619
Price based on 01 person in private service US$ 5,275
Single SupplementUS$ 319

INCLUDED IN AUSANGATE TREK 5 DAYS

Included in Tour Price

Pre-trek briefing in Cusco

General organization of the trek

Expert guides the whole trip

Private transportation to Chillca and back to Cusco

Lodging with double occupancy rooms

Bathrooms in each room (cold and hot running water)

Duffle bag (for the luggage carried by horse)

Walking sticks

All meals on the trek, including a hearty breakfast, picnic style lunch and a 3-course dinner served with wine

First aid, oxygen

Sales taxes and payment transaction fees

Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights

Visas required to enter Peru

Airport taxes

Hotel accommodation

Drinks

Tips

US$ 50.00 entrance fee

Personal trekking equipment (boots, clothing, sleeping bag, walking poles)

Tips for trekking staff

Personal equipment and items of a personal nature

Insurance

Laundry

Backpack / daypack

Comfortable hiking boots and good socks

Tennis shoes or sandals to wear around town and in the lodges

Gore-Tex jacket and pants / Rain gear

Long underwear / Gloves

Sun glasses, sunscreen, lip balm, hats (for sun protection and against the cold)

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SALKANTAY LODGE TO LODGE – OVERVIEW

The Salkantay Lodge to Lodge to Machu Picchu is a truly unique experience, along an ancient trail called the “Salkantay Route”, combined with overnights at lodges, on the Cordillera Vilcabamba, a beautiful Andean mountain range which harbors Machu Picchu citadel.

The Salkantay Lodge to Lodge is not a conventional route, yet more scenic and exclusive than the famous “Inca Trail to Machu Picchu”.

SALKANTAY HIKE DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate to Challenging. We strongly recommend acclimatizing to the altitude by staying in Cusco, Peru for at least two – three days prior to the trek.

SALKANTAY LODGE TO LODGE – ITINERARY

DIFFICULTY: CHALLENGING

DAY 1

Cusco to Soraypampa:
Pick-up from your hotel in Cusco. You will travel by car all the way to the Inca ruins of Tarawasi near the town of Limatambo. Built in cellular style, under the ruling of Pachacutec, its main purpose was to be an Inn or retreat. It includes a rock altar, agricultural terraces with its own irrigation channels. Following you will stop in Mollepata town for a short break before hiking your way up a winding path to Marcoccasa site. Here you will begin your hike to Soraypampa, through an attractive path called the “Royal Path”, on your final turn you will have reached the first lodge.

After a warm welcome from the Soraypampa staff, you will settle in your room and recharge energy before meeting your guide in the lounge for refreshments and a briefing for the next day’s activities. You will be enjoying a good night sleep while right behind you the sacred mountain peak Salkantay (6,270m/ 20,600tf) will be watching over your dreams.

Estimated Trekking Time: Approximately 4 hours
Hiking Level: Moderate to challenging

Optional Activity Available: Horseback riding (at additional cost)

Overnight at Salkantay Lodge at 3,869 m/12,690 ft.

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DAY 2

Soraypampa – Hike to Lake Humantay:
After breakfast, you will be given the possibility to climb up the slopes that border the plateau behind the Salkantay Lodge, to find the Humantay turquoise water lake a fantastic vision beneath the Humantay glacier and also to prepare for the next day rather tough walk.

This peaceful place offers you a chance to relax, enjoy a snack, meditate in the tranquility of this magical spot, participate in a traditional offering to Mother Earth or dare to kayak ride in the Lake Humantay, getting an up-close experience of the surreal glacier.

Back down in the lodge, the staff will have a warm lunch waiting for you. During the rest of the day you may use it to relax. You can delight in an outdoor jacuzzi, a relaxing massage or a well-deserved nap.

Note: Even though the morning hike to Lake Humantay is optional, we strongly recommend you to do it to strengthen for the following day hike.

Optional Activity Available: Horseback riding (at additional cost)

Estimated Trekking Time: Approximately 4 hours
Hiking Level: Moderate to challenging

Overnight at Salkantay Lodge at 3,869 m/12,690 ft.

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DAY 3

Soraypampa – Crossing the Salkantay Pass:
Early start, hike up to the Rio Blanco valley, around the Humantay Peak. You’ll hike through expansive plateaus with boulders of varying sizes here and there, vestiges of a valley that was once transformed by a fast-flowing river.

The most challenging part of the walk is the final zig zag trail up to the Salkantay Pass, the highest point on the trek (4,636 m/15,213 ft). Following a descent through fields of giant impressive boulders, often covered by fog. Watch your step!

Make a stop along the way and have a warm lunch, then continue down through rustic hills and marsh-like plateaus as you approach the Wayra Lodge at Wayraccmachay. This is most remote of lodges, set on a promontory that offers a spectacular view of the trail you just have journeyed that day.

IMPORTANT: Day three is the longest and most strenuous day of the trek.

Estimated Trekking Time: 6 – 8 hours (including lunch)
Hiking Level: Challenging, crossing a 4,638m (15,213ft mountain pass)

Overnight at Wayra Lodge at 3,906 m/12,812 ft.

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DAY 4

Wayraccmachay – Descending into the Cloud Forest:
Have a luscious breakfast at the Wayra Lodge, ready to continue your way down the banks of the Salkantay River into a forest-like scenery and warm climate, the jungle welcomes you with exotic butterflies, striking orchids and local people as the trail takes you past their simple homes.

Your way to Colpa Lodge will be by an exciting zip-line, raised over the confluence of three rivers. On arrival you’ll be greeted by the staff with a Pachamanca lunch, a traditional Peruvian meal cooked underneath the earth by hot stones that create a natural underground oven. After lunch, spend the afternoon sunbathing or relaxing in the outdoor jacuzzi while you admire the panoramic views of the lush green mountains that surround you.

Estimated Trekking Time: 3-4 hours
Hiking Level: Easy to moderate

Optional Activity Available: Afternoon bike ride from Manchayhuaycco to Collpapampa. Descending through the valley slopes along the Cloud Forest vegetation.

Duration: 3hrs approximately

Level: Easy.

This activity has an additional cost.

Overnight at Colpa Lodge at 2,870 m / 9,414 ft.

B L D

DAY 5

Collpapampa- Following the Santa Teresa River Valley:
Today you will hike through the Santa Teresa River Valley, admiring the colorful scenery and the waterfalls descending from the glaciers. Take a break for picnic lunch by the river. Continue walking for 1 hour and meet a vehicle for a short drive to the beginning of the “Llactapata Inca Trail” that leads to Lucma Lodge.

On the way, you will visit an organic coffee plantation, one of the many best in the area. Lucmabamba is closer to the lower jungle, hence you will suddenly feel a pleasant increase in the temperature.

Estimated Trekking Time: 5-6 hours (including lunch)
Hiking Level: Moderate to challenging (because of distance, not terrain)

Optional Activities: Zip Line in Santa Teresa. This is a full day activity which can be done instead of the day walk. It has an additional cost.

Biking:

Option a) Yanama pass – Hornopampa – Lluskamayo.

Bike ride downhill almost 8,000 ft. through a dirt road admiring breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

Duration: 5 hrs.

Level: Easy to moderate.

Option b) Descent from Hornopampa to Lluskamayo.

Duration: 3.5 hrs.

Level: Easy

Overnight at Lucma Lodge at 2,135 m/7,003 ft.

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DAY 6

Lucmabamba- Exploring Llactapata Pass

Start off climbing along a path of original Inca steps for the next 2-3 hours through a

An abundant treeline extending over your head. Your first milestone today will be the Llactapata pass, before you reach the Aobamaba River valley that connects you to Machu Picchu citadel.

At the Llactapata Pass (2,736 m/8,974 ft), you’ll get a non-typical view of Machu Picchu, its southeast side, a sight only a few travelers ever get a chance to admire. Explore Llactapata, and have lunch a bit further down the trail in a meadow with panoramic views.

Finally you’ll find your way down to the Aobamba River, into a bamboo forest, as well as fruit orchards and coffee plantations, until you arrive in the Hidroelectrica train station. Get on the train for a one hour ride to Aguas Calientes Machu Picchu.

Note: Peru Rail is the train company used for the Salkantay Trek. If a special train service is required, please let us know.

Estimated Trekking Time: 4-6 hours.
Hiking Level: Moderate to challenging

Overnight in Aguas Calientes at 1,900 m/6,232 ft.

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DAY 7

The Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu

At dawn, you’ll take a bus ride up to the awe inspiring architectural complex of Machu Picchu. As you enter the site, you’ll be able to admire the sun rising in the sky, a truly magnificent moment in the quietness of the morning. Then continue focusing on your tour, the amazing complex, its formidable architecture, the Watchtower, the Temple of the Sun, and the royal Inca residences, among others. Also, you may choose to hike the Huayna Picchu, an iconic towering mountain with a fascinating story of its own.

After the visit you’ll have lunch in Aguas Calientes, then you’ll get on your train/transfer back to Cusco. As night falls and you arrive in Cusco, you will be met at the station and transferred to your hotel in Cusco.

Note: Huayna Picchu Mountain tickets are subject to availability.

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LEGEND

B Breakfast.

S Snack.

L Lunch.

D Dinner.

BL Boxed Lunch.

PL Picnic Lunch.

NOTES:

The Salkantay Lodge to Lodge is customizable. If you would prefer to add destinations to your trip, please let us know in the Comments Section of the Get Free Quote form. You can also fill out our Design Your Trip form or Contact Us form with your specific needs.

  • This Salkantay Lodge to Lodge is available every day of the year.
  • The recommended period to hike the Salkantay Lodge to Lodge is from March to November.
  • Group Services Fixed Departure Dates for Salkantay Trek Lodge to Lodge: check with us to see if there is still availability.
  • Minimum age permitted on the Salkantay Trek Lodge to Lodge: 12.
  • For more Andean Trek options go to Peru Treks.

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us about customizing this hike.

SALKANTAY LODGE TO LODGE – PRICES

Trek Price per Person

Group Service – high season (Apr 01 – Oct-31 and Dec 15-31) US$ 3,750
Group Service – low season (Mar 01 – Mar-31 and Nov 01 – Dec 14) US$ 3,240
Single Supplement – if willing to share room 25.00 %
Single Supplement – additional to stay in single room50.00 %

INCLUDED IN SALKANTAY LODGE TO LODGE


Included in Tour Price

Pre-trek briefing in Cusco

All services from pick up in Cusco on Day 1 to drop off in Cusco on Day 7

Transportation from hotel in Cusco to Soraypampa on Day 1 and from Ollantaytambo back to hotel on Day 7

6 nights lodging (5 nights in MLP lodges and 1 night in Aguas Calientes in a 4 star hotel)

All meals (except breakfast on Day 1 and dinner on Day 7)

At the lodges we provide filtered and sparkling water, tea and coffee, juice and soft drinks free of charge. Alcohol,

sports drinks and natural bottled water are not included

Bilingual guide (Spanish/English) from Day 1 to Day 7. Tours are led in English.

Transportation of personal belongings on the trek by packhorse/mules and/or porters

Guided isit to Machu Picchu Sanctuary (including entrance and transportation to site)

Transportation (Train to Aguas Calientes, and Ollantaytambo)

Sales taxes and payment transaction fees


Not included in Tour Price

International and domestic flights

Visas required to enter Peru

Airport taxes

Personal trekking equipment (boots, clothing, sleeping bag, walking poles)


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