The combination of ecological diversity and the presence of numerous archaeological points of interest make the Cusco region a privileged destination for trekking enthusiasts.
All the ingredients for the organization of exceptional trips come together here.
The possible itineraries are numerous and varied: Leave Cusco to join the terraces of the Sacred Valley; make THE most popular trek in Latin America, the famous “Inca Trail”; arrive at the foot of Salkantay and come across the tropical valleys that lead you on foot toward Machu Picchu; connect the site of Choquequirao (“the other Machu Picchu”) to Machu Picchu after 9 days hiking from mountain pass to mountain pass…Let our local team from Cusco, regional specialists, lead you by the hand.
Whether you are a novice or are travelling with your family, why not simply take time out to go for a walk and rediscover the feeling and slow rhythm of exploring somewhere on foot. There is no better way to experience and understand the rich environment of the Sacred Valley of Urubamba and the way of life of its inhabitants, descendents of the Inca. We also have several programs for the general public.
Cusco, as well as possessing a wealth of cultural and historical patrimony, is also ideally situated where several massifs join and could therefore, become your “base camp” from which to explore the Cordilleras of Vilcabamba (Salkantay), Urubamba and Vilcanota (including the region´s giant mountain Ausangate, 6,384 m) or the most unusual, Carabaya.