Treks
  • The Salkantay route is located to the North of Cusco. At its highest point, the hike reaches an altitude of 4,600 meters above sea level. The climate is sunny during the day and cold at night and the temperature at night falls below 0 ° C June to September. The […]

    Salkantay – 4D, 3N

    The Salkantay route is located to the North of Cusco. At its highest point, the hike reaches an altitude of 4,600 meters above sea level. The climate is sunny during the day and cold at night and the temperature at night falls below 0 ° C June to September. The […]

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  • The Valley of Lares is an area characterized by the manufacture of textiles using traditional methods, knowledge and tools inherited from ancient times. During the tour we will reach an altitude of 4600 m and pass through Quechua, Suni and Puna regions. The geography is spectacular , there will be […]

    Huaran and Lares

    The Valley of Lares is an area characterized by the manufacture of textiles using traditional methods, knowledge and tools inherited from ancient times. During the tour we will reach an altitude of 4600 m and pass through Quechua, Suni and Puna regions. The geography is spectacular , there will be […]

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  • Huch’uy Qosqo is located over 3,550 meters above sea level on a small plateau on the upper third of the mountain. From there you have a beautiful view of the Sacred Valley where one can view the snow-capped peak of Pitusiray and the town of Calca below. According to chroniclers […]

    Huchuy Qosqo

    Huch’uy Qosqo is located over 3,550 meters above sea level on a small plateau on the upper third of the mountain. From there you have a beautiful view of the Sacred Valley where one can view the snow-capped peak of Pitusiray and the town of Calca below. According to chroniclers […]

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  • Choquequirao is gaining a high level of importance in cultural tourism. The name comes from the Quechua word chuqui kiraw, which means “Cradle of Gold” and is located 3085 meters above sea level. It was the last place of resistance for the Incas, extends over an area of ​​2000 acres […]

    Choquequirao

    Choquequirao is gaining a high level of importance in cultural tourism. The name comes from the Quechua word chuqui kiraw, which means “Cradle of Gold” and is located 3085 meters above sea level. It was the last place of resistance for the Incas, extends over an area of ​​2000 acres […]

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  • The Inca Trail is the most famous and popular route with tourists. The whole journey is 45 Km and the walk lasts approximately four days, including a visit to the archaeological complex of Machu Picchu. The natural scenery is amazing, with a breathtaking view of mountains, glaciers and cloud forests. […]

    Camino Inka 4D,3N

    The Inca Trail is the most famous and popular route with tourists. The whole journey is 45 Km and the walk lasts approximately four days, including a visit to the archaeological complex of Machu Picchu. The natural scenery is amazing, with a breathtaking view of mountains, glaciers and cloud forests. […]

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  • The Sacred Valley of the Incas is named for its incredible beauty and magic. This tour includes a visit to the archaeological complexes of Pisac and Ollantaytambo. You can also enjoy the unique landscape of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and taste the delicious Peruvian food in an atmosphere […]

    The Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu – 2D, 1N

    The Sacred Valley of the Incas is named for its incredible beauty and magic. This tour includes a visit to the archaeological complexes of Pisac and Ollantaytambo. You can also enjoy the unique landscape of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and taste the delicious Peruvian food in an atmosphere […]

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  • The South Valley Circuit is one of the routes still unknown to many tourists. It is a new alternative to visit Cusco. Travelers can explore the amazing hydraulic architecture in Tipon, the pre-Incan structure Pikillacta, the beautiful works of art from the Cusco School of Andahuaylillas in addition to Lucre, […]

    South Valley Circuit

    The South Valley Circuit is one of the routes still unknown to many tourists. It is a new alternative to visit Cusco. Travelers can explore the amazing hydraulic architecture in Tipon, the pre-Incan structure Pikillacta, the beautiful works of art from the Cusco School of Andahuaylillas in addition to Lucre, […]

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  • This half-day tour allows you to visit two of the most important and historical places of the city, the Cathedral of Cusco and the Temple of Koricancha, and the four archaeological sites that are found around the city: Sacsayhuaman, Kenko, Puca pucara and Tambomachay. Tour Itinerary: We pick you up […]

    Cusco City Tour

    This half-day tour allows you to visit two of the most important and historical places of the city, the Cathedral of Cusco and the Temple of Koricancha, and the four archaeological sites that are found around the city: Sacsayhuaman, Kenko, Puca pucara and Tambomachay. Tour Itinerary: We pick you up […]

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  • The Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is one of the most important archaeological complexes in the world and is considered a masterpiece of architecture and engineering. Due to its unique architectural and landscape features it has become one of the top destinations worldwide. Itinerary To begin the tour we leave […]

    Machu Picchu 1 Day

    The Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is one of the most important archaeological complexes in the world and is considered a masterpiece of architecture and engineering. Due to its unique architectural and landscape features it has become one of the top destinations worldwide. Itinerary To begin the tour we leave […]

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  • The word Moray comes from the corn harvest called Aymoray and the dehydrated potato Moraya. Moray was rediscovered in 1932 by the expedition of Shirppe Johnson and was possibly an Incan agricultural research center where growing crops was conducted at different altitudes. The arrangement of its terraces produce microclimates. The […]

    Maras and Moray – 1 Day

    The word Moray comes from the corn harvest called Aymoray and the dehydrated potato Moraya. Moray was rediscovered in 1932 by the expedition of Shirppe Johnson and was possibly an Incan agricultural research center where growing crops was conducted at different altitudes. The arrangement of its terraces produce microclimates. The […]

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