Get off the beaten path on your trip to Machu Picchu during this 4-day, 3-night trek along the rugged Lares trekking route. During your walk, visit remote Andean villages like Cancha Cancha not reachable by roads, walking among stunning snow-capped peaks and beautiful alpine scenery. Finish your trip off with an early morning exploration of Machu Picchu, including a guided site tour. Your Lares trek also includes airport and hotel pickup, professional guide, bus and train transfers, two nights of camping and one night in a hotel, high-quality camping gear, and a horseman and mules to help carry baggage.
Machu Picchu is Peru’s headline act, but you don’t have to trek the Inca Trail to visit the Lost City of the Incas. This private full-day tour from Cusco includes a spectacular train ride through the Sacred Valley, a tasty buffet lunch, and a private tour of the UNESCO-listed archaeological site. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Peru’s Sacred Valley lies in the Andean Highlands—a landscape of rugged mountains, open plains, and soaring cliffs—and reaching the remote sites is a challenge. Choose a morning or afternoon half-day safari, and tackle the rough ground by powerful all-terrain quad bike. With your guide to lean the way, reach historic sites including Moray and Maras with ease, enjoy sweeping views across the Peruvian countryside, and learn of life here under Incan rule.
If you want add some exhilaration to the Inca Trail then opt for this 4-day jungle adventure from Cusco, which includes adventure sports such as whitewater rafting, mountain biking, and ziplining. Amid the breathtaking landscapes of the Andes Mountains, you’ll hike to mountain summits, observe native flora and fauna, and visit Machu Picchu, UNESCO World Heritage Site and New7Wonder of the World, at sunrise. Most meals, accommodation, activities, and hotel pickup and drop-off in Cusco are included.
Hike the Inca Trail towards Machu Picchu on a 2-day tour that’s a shorter alternative to walking the entire trail, while still taking in the Inca sites and magnificent nature that place the Inca Trail among Peru's top experiences. Accommodations in an Aguas Calientes hotel—not a tent—ensure a comfortable night before watching sunrise in Machu Picchu, and the journey concludes with a return trip to Cusco by rail.
Make a 5-day, 4-night pilgrimage to the sacred site of Machu Picchu along the rugged-but-beautiful Salkantay trekking route. Hike amidst towering, snow-capped mountain peaks and travel through sky-high mountain passes reaching 15,200 feet (4,650 meters). You’ll also traverse diverse terrain of cloud forests and jungle on your way to Machu Picchu, where you’ll enjoy a dramatic sunrise visit and guided tour on your final day. This Salkantay trek also features hotel pickup, bus and train transfers, four days of meals and snacks, camping equipment, three nights of camping and one night of hostel accommodation and horsemen and mules to carry gear.
There are three main routes to Machu Picchu. There's the popular Inca Trail, the lesser traveled Lares Trek, and the one we chose, The Salkantay Trek. Each of these has a variation of days and you basically just start further up in the trail, or make a shortcut to trim off one day.
A private 2-day trek on the Inca Trail is a perfect way for families with kids or travelers who are short on time to get a sense of the trail's legendary beauty without investing time into completing the full hike. This tour hits some of the most beautiful sits like Winay Wayna and the Sun Gate over a 6.3-mile (10 kilometer) walk, culminating in a tour of the iconic Machu Picchu ruins.
The 5-day Salkantay trek is an alternative to the popular Inca Trail, which can often be crowded. Hike past ancient Inca ruins, through the Cloud Forest, and past the towering Andes Mountains as you make your way to Machu Picchu. This trek offers a look at the unique biodiversity of Peru as you navigate different climates and explores the rich history of the great Inca Empire.
Enjoy an adventure-filled journey to Machu Picchu, biking, rafting, hiking and ziplining along the way, during this 4-day, 3-night trek. This action-packed trip is a twist on the traditional hiking paths to Machu Picchu, allowing you to enjoy a variety of fun outdoor activities. Do some whitewater rafting on Class III and IV rapids, zoom down a mountain trail by bike and fly through the sky on a zipline ride. Travel past amazing Inca ruins and admire incredible scenery, ranging from alpine peaks to lush jungle.
Escape the crowds at Vinicunca and explore an area many visitors overlook—Palcoyo Rainbow Mountain—during this private full-day excursion. Ideal for travelers with limited time in the region or those who would prefer a shorter and more leisurely hike, enjoy panoramas over three multi-colored mountains and the Ausangate glacier and don’t worry about the logistics—round-trip transportation and meals are included.
Most hikers come to Cusco to trek to Machu Picchu, but for a thrilling day hike, there is nowhere quite like the Rainbow Mountain of Vinicunca. Set out on a challenging full-day hike through mountain valleys, Quechan villages, and herds of alpaca; tuck into a delicious breakfast and lunch along the way; and enjoy spectacular views of the multi-colored topography.
Visit the cloud forests, rivers, and jungles of Manu National Park on this 4-day adventure tour from Cusco. Going with a guide lets you get even further off the beaten track—from pre-Incan tombs to some of Peru’s rare endemic birds and wildlife, you have the chance to see more than the average traveler. This all-inclusive tour already accounts for your lodging, food, and transportation, too, giving this rugged experience a luxurious feel.
We know very well every place of this tour, since we have been grown in this area and we studied over 3 years to get a guide license. as well, our vehicles have all the permits to operate.
We know when and where to go first to avoid the crowds. We want you enjoy the beauty and peace of each place, but some times it is not possible, specially when you want to start and finish in different places, even though, we could fix it managing the starting time.
Our tours are PRIVATE, so we are very flexible. We can stay in each place as long as you want, but do not forget that we have to be inside of the last archaeological párk before 4pm.
We are honest, it means we are always going to tell you the true about the sites, places to eat, shops, etc. We are no gonna make you waste your time in shopping places, unless you want to get something, we will advice you.
You can bring your own snaks or we can stop in a restaurant for lunch, if there is time.
Travel for a few hours from Cusco through the rugged mountain countryside of Peru to reach the aptly named Rainbow Mountain, striped with colorful mineral deposits and located far off the beaten path. Hike with a guide to the summit for a once-in-a-lifetime wilderness adventure, or rent a horse (own expense) for easier access to the same incredible views.
The Inca Trail 4 days is part of a gigantic road infrastructure built by the great Inca Empire. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu played a very important role within the Inca territory, thanks to the access roads and the messengers (Chasquis) that traveled these roads could carry products and transmit information to all parts of the Inca domain.
The sacred citadel of Machu Picchu was of great importance in times of the empire, so it was connected to the Inca capital of Cusco through numerous roads and it is precisely one of them that for centuries remained almost intact under the lush nature and today in Well implemented day leads us to the famous world wonder.
The tour is one of our exclusive and innovative products to the mountain of colors. Instead of walking for two hours uphill we change it for the adventure of driving the ATVs until we reach near the mountain of colors, this tour is a complete adventure for a completely different experience in the visit to Vinincunca.
UNESCO–listed Machu Picchu and Rainbow Mountain are considered among Peru’s must-see sites of interest, but their remote locations make visiting independently a challenge. On this tour, visit both sites in comfort by air-conditioned vehicle—with accommodation, admission fees and round-trip transport from Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport included. You’ll also have time to hit top attractions including Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Avoid the crowded tour buses on this day trip to one of the most popular natural attractions in the Cusco area. Ride in the comfort of private transportation out to Rainbow Mountain, stopping for an included breakfast and lunch, and learn about the history and culture of the region from your informative guide as you go.
Explore a local market in Cusco, then take a workshop on Peruvian cuisine during this 4-hour culinary experience. Learn about the functions of traditional Andean kitchens and local specialties from a professional Peruvian chef. Tastings, meal, and drinks included.