Lares Trek to Machu Picchu; The Ultimate Guide

Immersion into the indigenous Culture in the Lares trek Peru The indigenous communities found on the mountain sides of the Lares trek Valley are very isolated. We think this is why these communities have managed to preserve their age old customs, traditions and way of life. They keep their culture alive in the most authentic […]

Travel Guide for Huchuy Qosqo Trek

The Huchuy Qosqo archaelogical site, is named in Quechua (little Cusco). It has an elevation of (3,600 m/ 11,800 ft),  looking down on the town of Lamay and the Sacred Valley. it offers you this remote and unspoilt paradise, it has a a large number of buildings, some constructed from stone, some adobe and a striking great hall, 40m/131ft long.  An Inca built […]

Lares Trek To Machu Picchu

The Lares trekking route is the most scenic and culturally enhancing trail you will ever experience. Our four-day trek through the Lares Valley to Machu Picchu takes you to isolated villages, spectacular  snow covered mountain peaks, with striking lakes, rivers and streams snaking their way through the most tranquil and serene places in the Andes Mountains. What makes Lares […]

Salkantay Trek To Machu Picchu

For those that are looking for an adventure and high altitude mountain landscapes that will challenge most trekkers, the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is your best choice. We have designed a trek with its own distinctive features, an exclusive trek into the diverse landscapes. See incomparable views of the towering snow-hooded mountain peaks of […]

Ausangate Trek Information

We highly recommend avoiding this trek in the rainy season (november through march) since the trail turns to mud and rock slides are very common. How to get there? The road from Cusco to Tinke, (or Tinki) is completely paved and kept in good condition, since it is the Interoceanic road that leads to Brazil. […]