Hike the last 13 kms (8,08 miles) of this legendary Inca Trail, located in the middle of a mystical cloud forest and importantarchaeological sites, before arriving to the magnificent citadel of Machu
Discover and walk the Inca Trail, one of the most famous trekking routes in the world, 43 km (26.71 miles) of adventure, history and nature, which ends with the arrival to the Inca Citadel of Macchu Picchu, one of the Seven Wonders of the World
A continuous ascent that will take you to the foothills of impressive snow peaks to then descend to a fertile river valley covered with hummingbirds, river confluences and the spectacular view of the snowy Mount Veronica
Continuous ascents and descents on the slopes of one of the deepest canyons of the world: the Apurimac Canyon, which will take you the recently rescued citadel of Choquequirao
Passing through mountain passes and beautiful lagoons we will arrive to this little explored archaeological center. This is an ideal trip for families who want to experiment the adventure of camping in the Andes
This is probably the least explored amongst tourist who visit Peru, however, unlike other treks, this one will lead you to native communities, while crossing beautiful valleys, impressive snow capped peak mountains and beautiful lakes.
This amazing trek runs beneath the snow capped Salcantay Mountain (6.271m/20569ft), one of the highest and most stunning of the Peruvian Andes, arriving to a place located 30 minutes by train of Macchu Picchu.