The Classic four day Inca Trail to Machupicchu is one of best known and most popular hiking trips in the world. This trail displays magnificent mountains ranges, exotic vegetation and extraordinary ecological variety. Machupicchu provides a wonderful, mystical and revitalizing experience, regardless of how you arrive there. However, for trekking enthusiasts the Inca Trail is the ideal way to get there.
Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is the best option for visitors who do regular exercise and offers a wonderful days walking along a path built by our ancestors. The journey starts at 2100m (6890 feet), climbing up to 2700m (8829 feet) to sun gate, the highest point on the walk.
Choquequirao Classic Trek 4 Days is an increasingly popular alternative to the Inca Trail. Choquequirao is an impressive Inca citadel located on the side of a mountain–overlooking one of the deepest canyons in the world, the Apurimac. Its name in Quechua means "Cradle of Gold". Choquequirao is one of the most important tourist attractions in Cusco but still little known by tourists.
The Salkantay Trek to Machupicchu is a remote and ancient footpath in the same region as the Inca trail. It is the alternative trek to Machupicchu when we can't find availability for the Inca trail, or for those looking for another experience, one in which you are walking above the clouds. Salkantay Mountain (6180m) is one of the Cusco region's main Apus (gods).
This five day trek is one of the routes most advertised abroad. It combines landscapes of extraordinary beauty and Ausangate mountain, the higest in the Cusco region. The mountain is far from the city of Cusco but is still visible. Ausangate Mountain is part of a large mountain range whose peaks reach up to 6,372m (20,905 feet).