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CLASSIC INCA TRAIL

 

Spend 8 days exploring Inca sites in Peru, a fascinating and truly memorable experience. The Inca Trail to the sacred city of Machu Picchu will take us on a journey through Inca history, with the geography and environment providing a spectacular backdrop to this exceptional trek. The ingenuity of the Andean people is demonstrated by each step carved out of the granite rock following the steep geography of the Andes mountains in the Peruvian south-east. Surrounded by Apus or guardian mountains, the Inca Pachakuteq built this magnificent Inca city, which was forgotten upon the arrival of the Spanish, until it was rediscovered by the explorer Hiram Bingham at the beginning of the last century. Today, 100 years after the rediscovery of Machu Picchu, we will follow the Inca Trail to one of the most important cities of the fantastic Inca kingdom. Cusco, Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, and famous Machu Picchu!
 

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SALKANTAY LODGE TRAIL

 

This trip is a unique version to experience visiting the world famous and iconic, Machu Picchu. Trekking from lodge-to-lodge, enjoying the comfort and service of quality mountain lodges you head on the path towards the Incan Empire that is set in the highlands of Peru. This journey will take you up to magnificent mountain passes, enjoying enormous and mystical snow-capped peaks. The Salkantay Trail offers a chance to trek on a path that is less crowded than the classic Inca Trail. You are able to have cultural interactions with locals who still remain closely attached to their heritage, from pastoralists to coffee farmers. Beginning in Cusco, spend your first day on an acclimatizing hike to the Sacred Valley before starting your trek. After the 6-day trek along the Salkantay, spend a few nights in Aguas Calientes, so that you are able to explore the ruins of Machu Picchu at a slow pace and even hike up to the top of Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu. Depart on a train back to Cusco and extend your visit in Peru to Lake Titicaca or Manu National Park, where the Andes meets the Amazon - and home to wild jaguars!
 

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SALKANTAY TRAIL

 

Spend 9 days exploring Inca sites in Peru, a fascinating and truly memorable experience. This trip is a lesser-traveled route in Peru to the lost city Machu Picchu. This trip is a perfect alternative for those who don't book the Inca Trail. The Vilcabamba area was the holdout for the crumbling Inca rebellion. The trail traverses the high Andean plateau, crossing passes as high as 15,585 ft for an up-close view of the sacred Inca peak, Salkantay (20,598ft). The route then descends into the beautiful Aobamba valley with its tropical climate and vegetation. All along the way there are native Andean villages that time seems to have passed by. After a marvelous train ride, arrive at the spectacular citadel of Machu Picchu for a never to be forgotten guided-tour of this architectural marvel. Hidden under the dense foliage of a highland jungle, forgotten by the Incas themselves, Machu Picchu escaped the conquistadors and eluded treasure hunters until Hiram Bingham brought the “Lost City of the Incas" to the world's attention in 1911. The intricate stonework of these enigmatic ruins is one of the finest examples of Inca masonry.
 

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ANDEAN COMMUNITY-INCA TRAIL

 

 

In a short period we can appreciate the wonders of our culture; Inca architecture and Colonial cities, Trekking through Andean landscapes that follow being hosted in communities of farmers, shepherds and weavers, all of them who are still saving and rescuing ancestral customs. Our trip route encompasses spectacular places, dominant landscapes, camp sites with views of the cordillera Urubamba, visiting some of the most important archaeological centers and Inca roads that will take us to our jewel, Machu Picchu. There is enough time to explore and enjoy this place!
 

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