Choquequirao is exceptionally great as Machu Picchu, this antiquated Inca city was a station and is shockingly safeguarded, It is less known than Machu Picchu, it isn’t totally investigated, it is virgin, and it is free of substantial groups. It is come to by a less known Inca street 60 km (38 miles) in length. Choquequirao is known as the sister of Machu Picchu.
It is a huge archeological complex with structures and porches, all things considered, some portion of the city is still during the time spent cleaning and reclamation, since it is covered by vegetation gathered over hundreds of years, notwithstanding, this is a piece of its appeal, since it transforms the experience into a legitimate investigation.
Departure & Return Location:
Pick up from your hotel (4:00am – 4:30am).
We will come and pick you up right on time from your resort and drive for around 4 hours in our private transport to Capuliyoc (2,915 meters/9,564 feet). Along the route there are breathtaking perspectives of towns, valleys and snow-topped mountains.
Once at Capuliyoc, your tour guide will present you our group for this trek is including a cook, a horseman and the horses for this trek and pack our stuff on the horses.
It is from Capuliyoc that we begin our trek with a downhill for three hours to Chiquisca (1,900m/6,270ft), where our chef will be wating for us with a fresh lunch with stunning views of the snowcapped mountains.
And after we have 1 more hour to walk down by a crisscross trail to Playa Rosalinas where we spend the night.
Early in the first part of the day we’ll wake you up with a pleasant coca tea, and a nutritious breakfast will make us prepared for the intense day, directly subsequent to having our morning meal, we’ll hike up for around 5 hours on a bend trail to get the village of Maranpata, a place where we’ll have our lunch.
Upon our arrival in this lunch spot, we’ll have the primary perspectives of Choquequirao in a further way. Toward the evening subsequent to having lunch we’ll keep walking up for 2 additional hours to get the second campground Choquequirao 2,950 m/9,676 ft, that is situated into the recreation center, we will have happy hour (tea time) and after dinner.
All meals included.
Early in the morning we can see the sun rise over the ruins and throw an amazing mild over the site.
After the breakfast we will go to the amazing ruins of Choquequirao with its mystical atmosphere, its brilliant surroundings and the unique llama-walls which have been currently discovered in 2006, with some luck we can additionally spot the exquisite condor.
From Choquequirao the route will take us again to Playa Rosalinas, the place we will overstay the night, first we have to hike from Choquequirao to Maranpata, where we will rest for a bit, earlier than we continue our hike to Playa Rosalinas, the place we will revel in a satisfactory lunch in natural surroundings.
From Maranpata we will hike to Playa Rosalinas where we enjoy a nice dinner and settle for the night.
Early in the morning after a delicious breakfast, we will climb a moderate hill towards the Capuliyoc pass around 5 hours. Once there we can enjoy the spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and the Apurimac canyon.
In Capuliyoc, we will have lunch and say goodbye to our horseman and Cook, finally we will take our transport back to Ollantaytambo, where we will take our train to Aguas Calientes where we will spend the night.
Today you will visit Machu Picchu. You will visit the celebrated Sacred City of the Incas, the precious stone city of the Inca development. You will decide, with your visit control, the best time to begin your day. A great many people want to ascend at 4 a.m. stroll to the transport station to take one of the primary transports up to Machu Picchu.
It may be pleasant to touch base at the vestiges when they open, at 6 a.m., to get the supernatural fogs on the remnants as the sun rises. Following a 25 minute transport ride to Machu Picchu, your visit guide will take you to the best perspectives previously the day trippers arrive.
At that point, we will begin the two hour guided, walking visit, investigating the majority of the renowned spots of this great bastion: The Temple of the Sun, The Royal Tomb, The Intiwatana, Main Plaza, and Temple of the 3 Windows, The Artisan Sector, the Condor Temple and numerous others.
After the visit, you will have room schedule-wise to investigate the remains without anyone else. In the event that you have booked grants to ascend Huayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain, you will go to that experience. On the off chance that you decided not to book a climb, you can move to the Sun Gate and witness its stunning perspectives.
At around 2:30 or 3 p.m., you should take the transport down to Aguas Calientes to appreciate lunch at one of the numerous eateries there.
Make sure to arrive to the train station 30 minutes before. Our train plan is typically at 4:20 p.m. to Ollantaytambo, where you will get our private transportation for an additional two hour drive back to Cusco.
We also offer a special service only for you or your group, you have the power to choose the size of your group and the date of departure, we will never add other people since it will be organized only for you.
All of our private services include additional items such as:
We offer 3 kinds of service, each with different price ranges and you can book in any of these services according to your convenience, we just need you to be a minimum of 02 people to organize your trip on the date that suits you, all our services are 100 % guaranteed.
We are a direct TOUR OPERATOR that never passes clients to other agencies as most agencies do it here in Cusco to save operating costs with poor quality.
We will make the trip even if there are only 02 people in your group.
We weren’t prepared for how stunning the views were. Machu Picchu has been seen by everyone so when you first see it, it looks like every postcard. I highly recommend this because we didn’t fully understand how large, breathtaking and rich in history this site is. We explored it for over six hours without getting even slightly bored. Well worth the challenging climb. Be prepared to be completely overwhelmed by the view, the history, the clouds. Absolutely amazing experience!!!
In my list of top treks ¡¡ Sure the hardest one I ve ever did..
Way better then Matchu Pitchu because of almost no tourists.
Can t describe in words the landscapes you see.
More impressive than Machu Picchu and off the beaten trek.
Coś wspaniałego!!! Trudno dostępne miejsce co dodatkowo podnosi jego atrakcyjność i powoduje, że prawie wcale nie ma turystów (16.05.2018). Pod względem komercjalizacji przeciwieństwo Machu Picchu