CHOQUEQUIRAO IMPERIAL

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

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CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK ITINERARY

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. Her

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 transferre

CACHICATA TREK

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

INCA JUNGLE TRAIL

- 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

INCA JUNGLE TO MACHU PICCHU

- 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

CHOQUEQUIRAO TO MACHU PICCHU

When doing this trek you will enjoy hiking in beautiful scenery, you'll see the impressive Apurimac Canyon, you’ll see flora and wildlife in the path. This route offers a strenuous but formidable journey due to the various existing ecosystems until you reach Machu Picchu.

CHOQUEQUIRAO IMPERIAL

- Day 1: Cusco – Cachora – Chiquiska.  - Day 2: Chiquiska – Choquequirao. - Day 3: Choquequirao - Day 4: Choquequirao – Coca Masana. - Day 5: Coca Masana - Cachora – Cusco.

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