Cusco Machu Picchu Treks and Tours

Cusco is considered to be the Archaeological Capital of the Americas.  Nestling in a remote valley 3,360m above sea level, Cusco is a beautiful city where the indigenous culture has blended with the modern western influences to form a truly unique tourist Mecca.
Most visitors arrive with the intention of moving on towards Machu Picchu, either by trekking for 4 days along the Inca Trail, or taking the 4 hour train journey.  But Cusco’s seductive beauty soon weakens their resolve and most travelers end up staying much longer than first planned.
The first thing to hit the newly arrived visitor are the Inca walls; enormous granite blocks perfectly shaped to fit together jigsaw-like without the aid of mortar beds. Many of these walls provide the foundation for later Spanish additions.  But it is a tribute to the Inca’s skilled masonry that these walls have withstood countless earthquakes and tremors, whilst the colonial architecture they support has collapsed and had to be rebuilt several times following seismic disturbance.
Arriving in Cusco from the coast, you’ll immediately notice the thin crisp mountain air, a result of the City’s high altitude. The first day in particular should be spent quietly relaxing and taking things easy as you gently acclimatize.  Plan to spend at least 3 days in and around Cusco before starting any serious trekking such as the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.  This is an ideal opportunity to see some of the stunning architecture Cusco with a tour of the City or a visit to the nearby Inca Ruins of Sacsayhuaman, Qenko, Pucapucara and Tambomachay.  A classic excursion from the town is a day trip out to the famous Sacred Valley of the Incas including a visit to the traditional Indian market at Pisac, the beautiful village of Ollantaytambo and the small village of Chinchero located high up in the mountains.

trek-to-machu-picchuCusco & Machu Picchu Tour

Best time: All Year
Timing: 3 days Tours
Grade: Easy

Cusco has become the highlight for most people traveling to Peru and South America.  This ancient capital of the Inca Empire and its surroundings has a combination of history, mysticism and authenticity that is rarely equaled by any other city in the continent.  The city’s magical feel has drawn thousands of artists, photographers, shamans and travelers year after year.

Salcantay Trek (5 days)

Best time: All year
Timing: 5 days Trek
Grade: Moderate

Salcantay peak is the highest peak of the Cordillera Vilcabamba (6,264m/20,574ft), part of the Peruvian Andes. It is located in the Cusco Region, about 60 km (40 mi) west-northwest of the city of Cusco. It is only the 38th highest peak in the Andes, and the twelfth highest in Peru, but because of the low surrounding area, it is the second most topographically prominent peak in the country after Huascarán and a challenging climb.

Lares – Machu Picchu Trek

Best time: All Year
Timing: 5 days Trek and Tour
Grade: Moderate

A great alternative to the crowded Inca trail, with a hike from Huaran to Cancha Cancha – Quishuarani – Cuncani Lares Town (Hot Springs) – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes Town and final day includes a full day tour of Machu Picchu Inka city.



Best time: All Year(Except february)
Timing: 4 days Tours
Grade: Moderate

Day 01 – Cusco / Km 82 / Wayllabamba
An early start for your Inca Trail Adventure. Our guide will collect you from your hotel between 05:00am to 06:00am (time will be confirmed at

Amazing Cusco & Machu Picchu Tour (4 Days)

Best time: All Year
Timing: 4 Days Tours
Grade: Easy

The 4 day Cusco, Machu picchu tour allows you to visit many interesting places such as local museums and the archeolical sites of Tipon, Pisac and Ollantaytambo. The tour is followed by a visit to the famous Inkan citadel of Machu Picchu, rightly considered to be one of the wonders of the world.