visit us at facebook
visit us at tripadvisor
visit us at instagram
visit us at twitter
visit us at youtube
skype or chat with us

Tours and Trekkings

The surroundings of Cusco offer incredible hiking possibilities besides the famous Inca trail. Below you will find information about impressive trekkings which you can do from Cusco. If you are interested in doing one of these trekkings, you can contact us for more information or to book the trail right away.

Check out our 1-day tours

Inca trail to Machu Picchu

The incredible treasure of Machu Picchu at the end makes the Inca trail the world's most famous trek. The classical Inca Trial is a 4 days trekking but you can also do the 2 day trail. And you will already see plenty of other wonders and well known Inca ruins along the way! The Inca Trail is set in the Santuario Histórico de Machu Picchu; (National Sanctuary of Machu Picchu).

Inca Trail Classical
Inca Trail 2 days
Book now
Check Prices
Location Peru
Rainbow Mountain

Rainbow Mountain

Located in the southern region of Cusco, Peru, Vinicunca will satisfy the most demanding hikers and create unforgettable memories of breathtaking panoramas of high mountains, formidable glaciers, crystalline rivers, lakes, and peaceful pastoral scenes of herds of alpacas kept by Andean ranchers wearing colorful garments. This new route outside of the ordinary day trip is a real adventure through a preserved and wild natural landscape, where you will meet with small communities of Quechua-speaking descendants. The trek reaches an altitude between 4710 and 5200 meters above sea level. This southern route to Vinicunca is well hidden and secluded, and you will see very few other hikers along this path. The VINIVUNCA one day trek is able to offer travelers an alternative trail that is second to none.

Rainbow Mountain
Book now
Check Prices

Coffee experience with Machu Picchu

We have 2 alternatives for a unique trip and stay to Machu Picchu with a coffee and cacao experience:

1. The first option is a three day stay at a lodge in the Cloud Forest near Mach Picchu. The, lodge with swimming pool, has a a rich natural environment of flowers, exotic fruits and animals.

2. The second option also takes three days and leads you through beautiful nature and coffee plantations to Machu Picchu.

Coffee Experience

1. Lodge in the Cloud Forest

  • Day 1: You will leave the first day morning at around 8:30 with a private bus to Huyro, which will be a three and a half hour drive. In Huyro you will be picked up by us and go to the lodge. After lunch you will visit the coffee plantations an them have an explanation and participation in the craft process of the coffee until you can taste a rich cup of freshly made coffee.
  • Day 2: At the second day morning you will take the breakfast early to leave by private bus for Hidroelectrica. From there you walk for approximately two and a half hours to Aguas Calientes accompanied by a guide.
  • You will take the bus to Machupicchu where another special guide will be waiting for you. You will have about 3 hours to enjoy the sanctuary. Back in Aguas Calientes you change guides and walk back to Hidroelectrica. There you can take a hot pool if you like or immediately take the bus back to the lodge.
  • Day 3: In the morning on the third day you can participate in the cocoa process, so that in the end you can taste a delicious cup of chocolate made by you. Later that day you travel back by private bus to arrive at Cusco at about 6-7 in the evening.

2. Tour to Machu Picchu

  • Day 1: On the first morning you will leave Cusco and take a bus to Huayopata where the coffee farm is located. After the lunch you will visit the farm where you will see the tea plantation, the coffee plantation and coffee process and the exotic fruits that grow on the farm. After dinner, you will learn how to peel, roast, grind and prepare coffee. You spend the night at the farm in your room with private bathroom.
  • Day 2: The next morning after breakfast you will do activities on the farm, discovering the cacao tree and its fruit, learning about harvest, fermentation and drying of cacao beans, roasting and grinding cacao beans from the farm and preparing a hot chocolate with your freshly ground cacao. After that you will go back to a small village where you will have lunch.
  • Day 3: After that you continue with your trip to Machu Picchu, partly by taxi bus and partly walking. You will sleep in Aguas Calientes and the next morning you will wake up early to visit wonderful Machu Picchu. The first hours of the visit will be with a guide and after that you have all the time to explore Machu Picchu yourself. In the afternoon/evening, you return to Cusco by train and bus.
Book now
Check Prices
Inca Jungle Trek

Inca Jungle Trek

A relative new trekking to Machu Picchu is the Inca Jungle trek. This is a trekking that includes walking, biking and sometimes also rafting. The route is from Cusco to a place in the Sacred Valley from where you will descend by bike to Santa Maria. On the second day you will walk from Santa Maria to Santa Teresa and on the next day you walk to the village of Machu Picchu. The 4th day you will visit Machu Picchu and take the train back to Cusco. This trekking is the easiest trekking to Machu Picchu.

The cheapest way to go to Machu Picchu is doing the same route as the Inca Jungle trail, but by bus and taxi. This route, so also the Inca Jungle trail is not safe during rainy season: in January, February and March.

Inca Jungle Trek
Book now
Check Prices

Salkantay

The Salkantay trek is an alternative for the Inca trail, as both trails end at Machu Picchu. The trek reaches a height of 4650 meters on its first two days and passes three snowy mountain tops. The third and fourth day you walk through densely overgrown jungle in tropical circumstances. You pass beautiful waterfalls, fruit and coffee plantations. The fifth day is for visiting Machu Picchu. The Salkantay trek masters the Inca trail in its nature beauty, diversity and rest and is physically more demanding.

Salkantay
Book now
Check Prices
Salkantay trekking
Choquequirao trekking

Choquequirao

Choquequirao is Quechua for "Golden Cradle," although this is probably not its original Inca name. The mysterious and dazzling Inca city of Choquequirao is located in the beautiful landscape of Vilcabamba over the Apurimac River Canyon in Peru. It is another "lost city of the Incas" in South America. It is located on a ridge spur almost 1750m above the raging glacier-fed Apurimac River and surrounded by towering snow-capped peaks. According to historians, Choquequirao was the dwelling of the last rebel Incas of Vilcabamba, and like Machu Picchu, the Spanish probably never discovered it. This route offers a formidable trek across diverse ecosystems. You will enjoy beautiful views of the snow-capped peaks of the Vilcabamba Range. Choquequirao is 47 km away from the little town Cachora, where the trail starts. The trail takes 4 to 5 days and is a real challenge!

Choquequirao
Book now
Check Prices

Ausangate

The Ausangate trek is a long hike around the biggest mountain in southern Peru: the broad and majestic Ausangate (6384m). The trek offers glimpses of high altitude wildlife and pastoral people living with their animals, quietly apart from the turmoil of the modern world. You pass ice walls, a glacier, the cascades of a frozen river and numerous springs of hot and medicinal underground water. Besides that you have breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside of Peru, looking down into fertile valleys and across the Vilcanota mountains. You may observe rare Andean wildlife in the high wilderness, such as vicuña, vizcacha, condors, flamingos, Andean geese, and ibises.

Ask availablity and price
Proyecto Peru trekkings
Tambopata_Puerto_Maldonado

Amazon Jungle

Tambopata Province is the largest of three provinces in the Madre de Dios Region of Peru.

Tambopata
Book now
Check Prices

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca, straddling the border between Peru and Bolivia in the Andes Mountains, is one of South America's largest lakes and the world’s highest navigable body of water. Said to be the birthplace of the Incas, it’s home to numerous ruins. Its waters are famously still and brightly reflective. Around it is Titicaca National Reservation, sheltering rare aquatic wildlife such as giant frogs.

Book now
Check Prices
Titicaca