CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK CLASSIC 4 DAYS

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RAINBOW MOUNTAIN FULL DAY

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jueves, 17 de enero de 2019

CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK ROUTE


Day 1: Cusco – Cachora – Chiquiska.
we will get you at your inn in a private transport. We begin from Cusco, at that point we go to the town of Cachora (3100 masl), here we discover the bearers and care staff, in Cachora we’ll begin our stroll, following 2 hours of strolling we reach Capuliyoc (2915 m) from that point we’ll have a delightful perspective of the cold pinnacles Padrayoc, Wayna Cachora and the Apurimac valley. At that point we’ll plunge toward Coca Masana (2330m) where the atmosphere winds up hotter and the greenery start to change. At long last we will achieve our first camp at the Chiquiska desert spring (1950 meters/6000 feet).
Day 2: Chiquiska – Choquequirao.
This day is the hardest of the five days, we will get up ahead of schedule. After breakfast, we will proceed with our plummet to Playa Rosalinda, where we will cross the Apurimac River (1495 meters/5000 feet). From here we will begin our trek by a precarious street for around 5 hours until the point that we reach Raqaypata where we will eat. All through the walk we will watch numerous orchids and wild blooms, numerous flying creatures. From Raqaypata we’ll stroll for around two hours to the archeological site of Choquequirao and there we will watch the dusk and the trip of the condor. Our campground will be introduced outside the remains.
Day 3: Choquequirao
We devote this day to investigate the vestiges of Choquequirao. Our guide will clarify the history and significance of this archeological complex. You will at that point have available time to visit diverse territories of the archeological complex. Much work has been done as of late to uncover, clear and reestablish the site. After lunch, the individuals who can visit the Cascade House(restored structures and porches around 300 meters (1000 feet) beneath the principle structures of Choquequirao). Afterward, our night supper will comprise of a run of the mill Peruvian “pachamanca” (conventional Andean fixings cooked in the earth). Volunteers to help with the planning will be welcome! From the most noteworthy purpose of the archeological site (the “usno”, or formal stage) there are fine perspectives of the Apurimac canyonfar underneath, and on the off chance that we are blessed we may even observe an extraordinary Andean condor take off above us.

miércoles, 16 de enero de 2019

CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK ITINERARY


Day 1: Cusco – Cachora – Capuliyoc – Santa Rosa.
At 5:00 am we will get you at your inn in a private transport. We leave Cusco towards the town of Cachora (3100 masl), From this town we will proceed on our vehicle until the point that we achieve the point called Capuliyoc 2900 masl. Here we will meet with our horseman (jackass drivers), starting here we will have an all encompassing perspective of the valley of Apurimac, at that point we’ll plunge valuing the excellent scene of warm climate, here is the main view to the Choquequirao complex, we beginning with courteous fellow downhill by snake trail over the Apurimac gully for 4 hours, crossing the little villa and cabin called Cocamasana and Chiquisca on the lower some portion of the valley, the atmosphere is warm and bright on the dry season is dusty, we will eat before the begin the climb towards Santa Rosa village, lunch spot called Playa Rosalinda 1500 masl, after snooze the rising is around 2 hours till Sta Rosa 2100 masl. The a respectable starting point camp.
– Meals: Lunch, Dinner
– Acomodación: Camp, Santa Rosa 2100 msnm
– Climate : warm and radiant
– Distance Traveled: Approximately 12km
– Hiking time : 6 hour
Day 2: Santa Rosa – Marampata – Choquequirao.
After breakfast, we will proceed with our climb up to Marampata 2850 m.a.s.l. for around 3 hours moderate pace. Amid our voyage we will watch the thick vegetation in the region. At that point we will touch base to Maranpata alongside the Chunchumayo to invigorating and short rest. where we will eat and recover vitality which will enable us to achieve the summit of Choquequirao (3650 m.s.n.m). Here we will rest for the night ideally seeing a lovely dusk from our agreeable tents.
– Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
– Acomodación: Camp, Choquekiraw 3000 msnm
– Climate : warm and blustery
– Distance Traveled: Approximately 8km
– Hiking time : 5 hour
Day 3: Choquequirao – Marampata – Chiquisca.
After breakfast we go to Choquequirao to see the dawn, visit the stronghold for three hours constantly joined by our guide who will clarify about this essential design Inca landmark and the significance of the Apurimac and Rio Blanco streams from Choquequirao we can appreciate the perspective of the Cordillera Vilcabamba, after the guided visit the arrival to Sunchupata starts. Here we’ll eat and a short time later slide to Santa Rosa and pursue the way to the shoreline Rosalina, at that point we go to the town of Chiquisqa, in this place we’ll eat and camp.
– Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
– Acomodación: Camp, Chiquiska 1950msnm.
– Climate : warm and bright
– Distance Traveled: Approximately 13km
– Hiking time : 7 hour
Day 4: Chiquisqa – Capuliyoc – Cusco.
After breakfast, we’ll return by a similar way until the point that the Capuliyoc Pass and from here are two additional hours to the town of Cachora. At that point we get the transport that will take us back to Cusco.
– Meals: Breakfast
– Climate : warm and radiant
– Distance Traveled: Approximately 9km
– Hiking time : 5 hour

sábado, 29 de diciembre de 2018

CACHICATA TREK 4 DAYS


The Community of Cachiccata trek consists of 80 families and a total of approximately 300 people.The quarries of Cachiccata is one of the most important attractions, these quarries were widely exploited in the Inca period. From this mine they selected and transported the stones from the archaeological remains of Ollantaytambo. By means of own bearing and thrust techniques, the stones were transferred to this old center. On the way we can see giant semilabrated stones that were being transported. Near the quarries we can also visit some pre-Hispanic chullpas (ancient funerary tower).
Machu Picchu is one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World, Heritage of Humanity, Historical Sanctuary of Peru and probably the most important archaeological site in Latin America.

lunes, 17 de diciembre de 2018

Cachicata Trek


The Inca Quarry trek Classic 4 Days is a best option for anyone looking interested in seeing Inca ruins as well as the natural beauty in of the Sacred Valley of the Inkas. you'll hike valleys, waterfalls, see Inca ruins, and camp in the great outdoors. You will get a chance to view the snow-capped mountains that are considered sacred to the locals. At the end of the trek, you will visit one of the most spectacular sites in the world the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. Y

viernes, 14 de diciembre de 2018

INCA JUNGLE IMPERIAL

Brief Itinerary

- DAY 1: CUSCO – ABRA MALAGA - SANTA MARIA (BIKING)
- DAY 2: SANTA MARIA – SANTA TERESA (TREKKING)
- DAY 3: SANTA TERESA - AGUAS CALIENTES (TREKKING)
- DAY 4: MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO

miércoles, 12 de diciembre de 2018

INCA JUNGLE CLASSIC 4 DAYS


Brief Itinerary

- DAY 1: CUSCO – ABRA MALAGA - SANTA MARIA (BIKING)
- DAY 2: SANTA MARIA – SANTA TERESA (TREKKING)
- DAY 3: SANTA TERESA - AGUAS CALIENTES (TREKKING)
- DAY 4: MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO

Useful Information

- Starting Altitude: 4400m / 14435ft.
- Highest Altitude: 4350 meters / 14271 ft.
- Minimum Altitude: 1430 meters / 4691 ft
- Biking distance: 65km / 40 mile
- Biking time: 3.5 to 4 hour approximately.
- Hiking distance: 19 Kilometers / 12.3 mile
- Overall Difficulty: Moderate

domingo, 9 de diciembre de 2018

CHOQUEQUIRAO TO MACHU PICCHU

Brief Itinerary

- Day 1: CUSCO - CACHORA - COCAMASANA - PLAYA ROSALINA. 
- Day 2: PLAYA ROSALINA – CHOQUEQUIRAO.
- Day 3: CHOQUEQUIRAO - MAIZAL.
- Day 4: MAIZAL - YANAMA.
- Day 5: YANAMA - TOTORA.
- Day 6: TOTORA - PLAYA - SANTA TERESA.
- Day 7: SANTA TERESA - AGUAS CALIENTES.
- Day 8: MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO.