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Lares Trek 4 Days 3 Nights
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TOUR TYPE SALKANTAY TREKKING 4 DAYS: hiking, camping, adventure, culture and history.
STARTING ALTITUD: 2900M/ 9515ft.
HIGHEST ALTITUD: 4650m/15200ft.
WALKING DISTANCE: 52km / 33 miles.
COLDEST NIGHT: Day 1 around 0º Celsius.
OVERALL DIFFICULTY: Difficult (depends on your level of fitness)

We have also Salkantay Trek 5 Days

Included in Salkantay Trek 4 Days

  • Briefing at your hotel, the night before the tour
  • Pick up from your hotel
  • Transport from Cusco to Challacancha
  • Professional guide
  • 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 evening meals
  • Horse for carrying a maximum of 8 kilograms of baggage per person
  • Horses (equipment, food)
  • Camping equipment (tents and sleeping mats)
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu
  • 01 night’s stay at a hotel in Aguas Calientes (3 star)
  • Return train ticket in expeditions class Aguas Calientes –Ollantaytambo
  • Transport Ollantaytambo – Cusco


  • Backpack
  • Warm clothing for the nighttime
  • walking boot
  • Rain gear
  • Flashlight
  • Hat
  • T-shirts
  • Insect repellent
  • Sun cream.
  • Plastic rain poncho
  • Water purification tablets
  • First aid kit
  • Bottle of water
  • Passport
  • Student card if you have one
  • Extra cash in Peruvian currency and dollars
  • Walking poles
  • Cámara
  • Batery



You can visit Machu Picchu for a longer time and have enough time if you are planning to do HUAYNAPICCHU or MACHU PICCHU MOUNTAIN, which require a minimum of 3 hours approximately. After visiting the area of Machu Picchu for 7 to 8 hours, you have to return to the town of Aguas Calientes to take a train at 18:20 to Ollantambo for 1.5 hours then by car to Cusco for 2 hours more to arrive in Cusco around 10:30 pm


You arrive at Machu Picchu around 6:00 am for the guided tour for 2 hours then you have free time to explore the site on your own. If you take this option, and you are thinking to do HUAYNAPICCHU, or MACHU PICCHU MOUNTAIN is possible but will be too very tight and rush because you need to leave Machu Picchu at 11:30 to walk back to Hydroelectric for 3 hours in order to be in Hidrolectrica at 3:00pm to take a car for 6 hours back Cusco. If you are considering doing this option and doing one of the mountains, we recommend you stay one more night in Aguas Calientes and return the 6th day to Cusco by car.

Embark on a transformative journey through the breathtaking landscapes of the Andean highlands with our Huchuy Qosqo Trek. This 2-day adventure, starting from the historical city of Cusco and reaching the serene heights of Tambomachay, is designed for enthusiasts who desire a brief yet profound immersion into Peru’s natural beauty and ancient cultures.

Navigate through the majestic mountain passes, experience the diverse flora and fauna, and explore the ancient Inca ruins of Huchuy Qosqo, perched dramatically above the Sacred Valley. Offering a perfect blend of physical challenge and cultural exploration, this trek promises unforgettable vistas and insights into the Inca civilization, all managed with top-notch guidance and logistical support.

Huchuy Qosqo 2 Days Trek

One of the highlights of the trek is the exploration of Huchuy Qosqo, an impressive Inca archaeological complex perched above the Sacred Valley. Here, you will gain insights into the Inca civilization as you roam through ruins that boast a large ceremonial center and stunning panoramic views of the surrounding valley and the Vilcanota River.

Included in the trek are professional guiding services, transportation to and from Cusco, all meals during the trek except for the first breakfast and the final dinner, and horse support for carrying personal gear. The Huchuy Qosqo Trek ensures comfort with provided camping equipment and comprehensive logistical support, allowing you to focus fully on the experience.


Step into the footprints of history with our immersive 2-day Inca Trail trek, which takes you from the vibrant city of Cusco through the heart of the ancient Inca civilization to the world-renowned ruins of Machu Picchu. This condensed version of the classic Inca Trail is perfectly crafted for those who wish to experience the magic and mystery of Peru’s most famous archaeological sites but have limited time.

The adventure begins early from Cusco, as you embark on a scenic train ride to Km 104, the starting point of your trek. From there, the path takes you through lush, sub-tropical landscapes and past significant Incan sites like the beautiful Wiñay Wayna, an intricate terraced Incan ruin that showcases the architectural genius of the ancient builders. As you hike, you’ll be surrounded by stunning views of the Andes, rich with diverse flora and fauna, setting the stage for the spectacular entrance to Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate in the late afternoon.

After spending the night in the nearby town of Aguas Calientes, where you can relax and reflect on the day’s journey, day two promises an early morning start aimed at exploring Machu Picchu. You will have ample time to wander through its ruins, marvel at the precision of Incan stonework, and learn about the historical significance of the site from your knowledgeable guide. This awe-inspiring tour not only offers a deep dive into the ancient culture but also provides spectacular panoramic views that promise to enchant.

This 2-day Inca Trail with camping is an exhilarating alternative to the longer treks, offering the same majestic vistas and cultural insights into the Incan world in a shorter, manageable format. Whether you’re an avid historian, an adventure seeker, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty of nature, this trek is designed to deliver a memorable and profound experience.


The Machu Picchu 2 days Tour offers a deep dive into one of the world’s most awe-inspiring archaeological sites. This journey is tailored for those who wish to explore the ancient citadel without the rigors of a lengthy trek, providing a comprehensive experience that allows for a full appreciation of its historical significance and breathtaking beauty.

Your adventure begins with a scenic train ride from Cusco, winding through the picturesque landscapes of the Sacred Valley and along the course of the Urubamba River. This relaxing approach to Machu Picchu sets a tranquil tone for the exploration to come. Upon arrival in the charming village of Aguas Calientes, you will check into your accommodation and enjoy some leisure time to perhaps soak in the local hot springs or explore the artisanal markets.

Machu Picchu 2 days

The highlight of the tour awaits the next morning when you rise early to catch one of the first buses to Machu Picchu. The early morning light provides a spectacular backdrop as you enter the iconic site, enhancing the dramatic setting and the panoramic views over the Andean mountain range. With a knowledgeable guide, you’ll wander through the main districts of the citadel, learning about the Inca’s architectural techniques, and their historical and cultural context. You’ll have plenty of time to take photos, soak in the vistas, and perhaps hike to the Sun Gate or explore the Inca Bridge.

This Machu Picchu 2 days Tour is designed to offer a relaxed yet immersive experience, allowing you to absorb everything this New World Wonder has to offer without the need for extensive hiking. Ideal for families, couples, and any travelers eager to experience Machu Picchu’s magic with ease and comfort.


GOOD FOR: Everyone, done in small groups or privately

• Aguas Calientes
• Macchu Picchu

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Journey into the heart of the Andes with our Waqrapukara Full Day Tour, an enthralling excursion designed for adventurers and history enthusiasts alike. Waqrapukara, known as the “Horn Fortress” due to its distinctive horn-like peaks, offers not only a glimpse into Inca engineering and culture but also stunning, panoramic vistas of the rugged landscape that define this less-traveled region of Peru.

The tour begins early in the morning from Cusco, where you’re whisked away through picturesque valleys and remote villages, setting the stage for the adventure ahead. As you approach Waqrapukara, the terrain shifts, revealing the impressive architecture of this ancient fortress. Perched dramatically on a cliff, the site combines natural defensive features with man-made fortifications, making it a unique example of Inca strategic military sites.

The Inca Horn Fortress

The significance of Waqrapukara extends beyond its military purpose; it is a spiritual and ceremonial site where the Incas likely performed rituals and worshipped their gods against a backdrop of breathtaking cliffs and sprawling skies. Hiking to the fortress, you’ll traverse paths lined with native flora and fauna, enhancing your connection to the natural world as it once was centuries ago.

This full-day tour not only immerses you in the mystery and majesty of Waqrapukara but also offers ample opportunities for photography, contemplation, and physical challenge. The hike to and from the site involves moderate to challenging trails, making it a rewarding endeavor for those looking to combine physical activity with cultural enrichment.


Embark on a breathtaking journey to one of Peru’s most spectacular natural wonders with our Humantay Lake Tour, a full-day excursion from Cusco. This tour is designed for nature lovers and adventurers eager to explore the dazzling turquoise waters of Humantay Lake, set against the majestic backdrop of snow-capped mountains in the Andes. It’s an ideal adventure for those looking to experience high-altitude landscapes and remarkable scenery within a day’s reach from Cusco.

Your day begins early with a scenic drive through the beautiful Salkantay Valley. As you ascend into the rugged mountains, each turn offers increasingly spectacular views of the Andean countryside, dotted with quaint villages and grazing livestock. The drive sets the stage for the awe-inspiring sights that await.

Upon arrival at Soraypampa, the starting point of your trek, you’ll be greeted by the imposing sight of Salkantay Peak, one of the highest and most stunning peaks in the Peruvian Andes. The trek to Humantay Lake is a rewarding challenge, with a well-trodden path that climbs steadily through a landscape that shifts from lush meadows to rocky highlands. The ascent takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours, but all physical exertions are forgotten the moment you glimpse the vibrant, azure waters of Humantay Lake, nestled at the base of Humantay Glacier.

The lake’s intense color is a dramatic contrast against the stark, rugged terrain that surrounds it, providing an ideal opportunity for passionate photographers and nature enthusiasts to capture one-of-a-kind landscapes. Enjoy a moment to relax by the lake, soak in the tranquility, and perhaps even dip your toes into the icy waters if you’re feeling brave.


Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of history, architecture, and culture with our Cusco City Tour, a full-day exploration designed to unveil the wonders of this ancient Inca capital. Known for its archaeological treasures, stunning colonial architecture, and vibrant street life, Cusco is not just a gateway to Machu Picchu but a fascinating destination in its own right.

Your adventure begins in the historic center of Cusco, where Inca and Spanish influences fuse into something truly spectacular. The tour includes visits to the iconic Sacsayhuaman, a testament to Inca engineering that offers panoramic views of the city. This colossal fortress is famed for its massive, perfectly fitted stones and its role in the annual Inti Raymi festival, which brings the Inca history to life with colorful performances and rituals.

Next, you’ll descend into the sacred complex of Qorikancha, the Temple of the Sun, where the precision of Inca stonework is on full display beneath later Spanish colonial architecture. This site, once the richest temple in the Inca empire, was where the Incas worshiped the sun and its walls were reportedly once covered in sheets of solid gold.

The City Tour

As the tour continues, you’ll stroll through the bustling San Pedro Market, where you can experience the local flavors and aromas of Andean cuisine. This market is a sensory overload with its vivid displays of fruits, vegetables, textiles, and crafts, offering a glimpse into the daily lives of the residents of Cusco.

Your full-day tour also includes a visit to the Cathedral on the Plaza de Armas, a marvel of colonial art and architecture, which houses a vast collection of paintings from the Cusco School of Fine Arts and beautifully adorned chapels. This historic cathedral stands as a symbol of the city’s complex past, encapsulating the confluence of Andean and Spanish cultures.

Throughout the day, you will be accompanied by an expert guide who will enrich your experience with detailed narratives and insights into the historical significance of each site. The Cusco City Tour offers an unparalleled opportunity to delve deep into the history and heritage of this UNESCO World Heritage site, making it a must-do for anyone visiting Peru.

Explore the Rich History and Stunning Landscapes of the Sacred Valley on the Maras, Moray, and Salt Mines Tour with Inca Path Peru

Embark on a captivating half-day adventure with Inca Path Peru to the ancient sites of Maras, Moray, and the Salt Mines. This tour offers an exclusive glimpse into the ingenuity of Inca agricultural techniques and the timeless beauty of Andean salt pans. Designed for both history buffs and nature enthusiasts, this journey through the Sacred Valley showcases breathtaking landscapes and ingenious ancient technologies.

The tour begins with a visit to Moray, an astonishing archaeological site featuring terraced circular depressions that plunge into the earth like an amphitheater of emerald green. Scientists believe these terraces were used by the Incas for agricultural experiments, taking advantage of varying microclimates to optimize the growth of different crops. Each level’s temperature subtly differs from those above and below, creating a series of climatic conditions that could mimic the vast Inca empire’s environments. This site not only highlights the Incas’ advanced understanding of horticulture and ecology but also offers spectacular photographic opportunities thanks to its unique, striking appearance.

Next, you’ll explore the Maras Salt Mines, where thousands of shimmering salt pools spill down a hillside valley. Still active today, these salt pans were developed by the Incas but have been used to extract salt since pre-Inca times. As you walk along the narrow paths between the pools, you’ll see how the natural flow of hypersaline water is expertly managed to evaporate and leave behind crystalline salt—a process that paints a breathtaking mosaic of whites and rusty browns against the green mountain backdrop.

Concluding the tour, Maras welcomes you—a charming Andean village with streets full of history and traditional textile markets. The town is a perfect spot to appreciate the local way of life and perhaps pick up a handwoven souvenir to remember your journey.


Embark on an enriching journey through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, a region not only famed for its lush, fertile lands but also as a historical epicenter of Inca culture. This full-day tour showcases the valley’s significant agricultural heritage, exemplified by the cultivation of unique large-kernelled corn that continues to this day. Join us as we traverse the breathtaking landscapes and delve into the rich tapestry of history and culture in this remarkable part of Peru.

The tour begins in Pisac, a picturesque town known for its vibrant market and impressive archaeological site. Here, you can explore ancient ruins that offer a glimpse into the Inca’s advanced masonry and agricultural techniques. The market, bustling with colorful stalls, offers an array of handmade crafts and textiles, providing a perfect opportunity to interact with local artisans and purchase authentic souvenirs.

Next, the tour proceeds to Ollantaytambo, an exceptionally well-preserved Inca village that features remarkable stone streets and an ancient fortress with terraced hillsides. Standing as a monumental testimony to Inca engineering, Ollantaytambo offers insights into ancient urban planning and defense strategies. It serves as one of the most common starting points for the famous Inca Trail leading to Machu Picchu.

Lunch is served in Urubamba, a tranquil riverside town nestled in the heart of the Sacred Valley. This scenic stop provides a moment to enjoy traditional Andean cuisine in a setting surrounded by majestic mountains and rolling fields.

The final stop is Chinchero, known for its beautiful colonial church and vibrant market. Chinchero is a reflection of the Incan and Spanish cultural synthesis, with local weavers using ancient techniques to create intricate textiles that are renowned throughout the region.

Join us to uncover the enduring legacy and breathtaking beauty of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, where every corner tells a story and every moment is steeped in history. The Sacred Valley full day tour offers more than just a glimpse into the past; it provides a window into the soul of ancient Peru, revealing the genius and spirit of the Inca civilization. This tour is not just a journey through stunning vistas and historical sites it’s an invitation to connect with the heart of the Sacred Valley, making it a must-do for anyone visiting this region.




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