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  • Waynapicchu vs montaña Machu Picchu

    Wayna Picchu vs Montaña Machu Picchu

    For many travelers planning to come to Peru and Machu Picchu is still confusing the idea of hiking one of those mountains, which are additional activities after the visit to the great archaeological site of Machu Picchu itself. For people reading our page we want to introduce you some basic info about those two hike […]

  • Sunrise at Machu Picchu

    Sunrise at Machu Picchu

    The popular Inca site “Machu Picchu” is a 15th-century Inca citadel situated on a mountain ridge 2,430 meters (7,970 ft.) above sea level. This spectacular Inca archaeological site is in the region of high jungle or cloud-forest with 4 months of great weather (May to August) and the rest of time totally unpredictable, which means […]

  • Best time to visit Cusco region

    Best time to visit Cusco region

    The city of Cusco is located in the Central and Southeast area of Peru, its elevation is around 3,400 m (11,200 ft.). The site was the historic capital of the Inca Empire from the 13th until the 16th-century Spanish conquest. In 1983 Cusco was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It has become a major tourist destination in Peru and South […]

  • Wayna Picchu Mountain

    Wayna Picchu in the Inca language means ‘Young Mountain’ was a very important divinity for the Quechuas, is the large mountain located right behind Machu Picchu ruins, and usually can been seen in all the classic pictures taken by the visitor from around the guardhouse or upper part of the citadel. For many travelers, hiking […]

  • Highly recommended tours in Cusco region

    Highly recommended tours in Cusco region!

    Is very well known that Machu Picchu is the main tourist destination in South America, is Peru’s number one archaeological site, the biggest architectural remain of the Inca civilization and a must go place for the most of the world travelers. But visiting Cusco means also seeing another beautiful sites, which you should take as […]

  • Alternative Treks to the Inca Trail

    Alternative treks to the Classic Inca Trail

    Alternative treks or alternative hiking routes to Machupicchu. All those trails were also used by the Incas for different purposes. The same trails in the present day are still use by the Quechuas. But also travelers to Machu Picchu, take those routes as the alternative trekking routes in the region of Cusco. Is very well-known […]

  • Rainbow Mountain Trekking in Cusco

    Rainbow Mountain trekking

    The Rainbow Mountain trekking is a great new tourism activity for the trekkers in Cusco-Peru. This recently discovered natural wonder became a popular tourist attraction only since 2015 and now is a must go place for those people arriving to Cusco. The Rainbow Mountain Peru forms part of the Southern Andes mountain range in South America […]

  • Ancascocha trails in Cusco

    Ancascocha Trails in Cusco

    There are a great number of alternative treks to Machu Picchu and Ancascocha trail is our recommended trekking path for 2018. but the people reading this article will ask what is Ancascocha? so here is some info to answer this question: Ancascocha is the name of a small typical Andean village located in the heart of […]

  • Why you should take Ancascocha trek

    Why you should take Ancascocha trek!

    Taking one of the Ancascocha trekking trails is synonym of hiking in the peaceful remote area of the Peruvian Andes mountains, so this is highly recommended for travelers seeking for the best alternative trek to Machu Picchu, those people should consider the following aspects, before choosing the ideal trekking route for a lifetime experience in the […]

  • Acclimatization before Trekking in Lares

    Acclimatization before Trekking in Lares

    Any of the Lares trekking trails go through the Urubamba mountain range and its considered high altitude trek that comes with obvious altitude sickness risks. But an accurate acclimatizing to the high altitude is a key factor in ensuring you have a safe and memorable trek to Machu Picchu, is also very important to talk […]

  • Lares trek packing list!

    Lares trek packing list!

    For the most of the trekking routes in the Southern Andes of Peru, the recommended trek packing list is quiet similar (Classic Inca Trail, Salkantay trek, Ancascocha trek, Choquequirao trek, Ausangate trek or Rainbow Mountain trek). But in the particular case of Lares Trek to Machu Picchu, as you prepare for the hike we suggest […]

  • Best time for an excellent Lares trek

    Best time for an excellent Lares trek

    Is very well known that most of the trekking activities in the Peruvian Andes are taking place in the dry seaso and specially the Lares Trek is hiked during the winter time (May-September). But this is the busiest trekking time in the whole region, particularly on the Classic Inca Trail, where trekking permits are sell-out […]

  • Why you should hike Lares trek?

    Why you should hike Lares trek?

    All the Lares Trekking routes are  off-the-beaten path throughout  the Peruvian Andes mountains in the outlying area of the Sacred Valley in the region of Cusco, travelers can start hiking the Lares trek to Machu Picchu from Lares Valley in the proximity of the hot springs, but also some of the Lares trek routes begin in […]

  • Chonta Condor Sighting Tour

    What is the Andean Condor?

    The Andean condor (Vultur gryphus) is a South American bird, part of the vulture family and is the only member of the genus Vultur. Found in the whole Andes mountain range and sometimes at the banks of Pacific coasts in the western South America, the Andean condor is the largest flying bird in the world with its 3.3m (11 ft.) wingspan; exceeded only by […]

  • Condor Sighting Cusco Chonta

    Andean Condor at Chonta Canyon Cusco

    The recently discovered Cusco´s condor sighting place is located in the beautiful Andean community of Chonta within a geographical extension of 4 km2, in the district of Limatambo at 3450 m(11000ft.) above sea level, nestled between the mountains which  form part of the popular Chonta canyon in Cusco, this great viewpoint is found in the […]