Thursday, 15 November 2018



In the upper area close to the Skies, the Incas built one of their best-preserved cities, now recognized as one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. Many travelers and adventurers come to explore the fantastic nature, beautiful landscapes and archaeological sites around the Inca trail, to finally get dazzled by the majesty of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu

Useful Information  

Starting Altitude – 2720m / 8920ft.
Highest Altitude – 4217m / 13,780ft.
Walking Distance – 45km / 26 miles
Longest Day – Day 2, approximately 16km / 9.9 miles
Coldest Night – Day 2 around 0º celsius
Overall Difficulty – Moderate
STARTING POINT: - Cusco at your hotel 


  •  The Qhapaq Ñan or Inca Trail is an extensive network of roads perfected by the Incas, which aimed to unite the diverse peoples of Tawantinsuyu for an efficient management of existing resources throughout the Andean territory. 
  •  The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is considered by experts as one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world. 
  •  The Inca Trail is among the 10 best treks in the world according to various investigations of various companies and webpages specialized in travel. 
  •  Machu Picchu was built by the Inca Pachacutec around the year 1460. 
  •  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. 
  •  Machu Picchu is the most important symbol of the Inca Empire, once called the "Lost City of the Incas".

Our Salkantay trek 4 days is considered by most to be the best alternative route, This walk allows you to enjoy the options that there is in the salkantay route, you will go up to humantay lake, you will pass for the highets point of the salkantay route to be to see salkantay mountain up close, you hike through the santa teresa valley that is full of vegetation is the begining of the peruvian amazon, you have the chance to see, plantations of coffe, coca, avocados, bananas and much more, this valley is full of fresh wáter with many waterfalls. If you are an adventures person you got the chance to do the biggest and longest zipline of southamerica. choose this one and get a perfect adventures vacation to machu Picchu.

Useful Information 

- Starting Altitude - 3350 meters / 10990 feet . 
- Highest Altitude - 4600 meters / 15091 ft
- Walking Distance - 12km / 7.45 miles
- Campsite Elevation - 3920 meters / 12861 ft
- Meals - 3 breakfast, 3 lunch, 3 dinner, 2 tea times, 2 wake up tea
- Overall Difficulty - Moderate - Changing
- STARTING POINT: - Cusco at your hotel 

This route offers a unique experience, an tourism route that gives us an unforgettable experience in the heights of the Sacred Valley. In the Lares Valley besides enjoying beautiful scenery you can enjoy a beautiful experience living with the local people, who will receive us with open arms showing the most beautiful thing about this place ... its "simplicity". On this route you can also enjoy the medicinal thermal baths, appreciate andean lagoons, snow-covered mountain passes and finally visit the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu

Useful Information 

- Starting Altitude - 2900m / 11151ft. 
- Highest Altitude - 4780m / 15,682 ft
- Walking Distance - 34 km / 21 miles
- Longest Day - Day 1, approximately 14km / 8.7 miles
- Overall Difficulty - Moderate - Difficult 


The Inca Jungle Trail Short combines adventure sports such as mountain biking, rafting, zip line and trekking for 3 days until you reach Machu Picchu and one of the additional mountains "Machu Picchu Mountain" or "Huaynapicchu". The Inka Jungle Trail is the favorite tour for young people from all over the world who come to Cusco in search of adventure and extreme sports. As a Tourism Agency located in Cusco we offer a differentiated service; with an exclusive route, trained guides (real command of English and local history), bicycles equipped for downhill, the safest rafting and zipline services. We recommend our passengers book in advance to have everything insured and avoid unnecessary risks such as loss of equipment, lack of access to Machu Picchu, Machu Picchu Mountain, Huayna Picchu or even worse, being stranded in Aguas Calientes (no return train). 

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 
Location: Cusco, Perú


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