Coquequirao Trek Peru Expedition

5 Days & 4 Nightsstarting from US $850 per person


Choquequirao the last Incan stronhold

Choquequierao trek is a challenging hike and exciting adventure through the high jungle in the Vilcabamba range of the Andean mountains.

The Choquequirao Archeological site is an ancient Inka City that remained lost for about IV centuries in the Vilcabamba range Mountains until it was discovered in 1909 by Hiram Bingham, an American explorer. Choquequirao is considered the last Inca refuge where Incas resisted the Spanish invasion for decades; its location is strategic and inaccessible in the Apurimac Canyon at 3,050 m/10,006 ft. geographically, it is between the Andean mountains and the edge of the high Andean jungle.

Embark in the adventure through our Choquequirao trek 5-day hike an extraordinary alternative trek in the Apurimac Valley, and experience the diversity of microclimates from the highland deep to the canyon and the cloud forest where Choquequirao is located, an exceptional adventure which will connect you with remote villages along the way, charming local people who will offer to taste Cambray, a sugar cane beverage nowhere else are made.

Trip Details


  • Apurimac Valley is the second-largest canyon in the world.
  • The Vilcabamba range mountains across the valley
  • Experience a range of micro-climates, from highland tundra to lush cloud forests.
  • Authentic camping experience, with no bungalows, or huts.
  • Choquequirao the last Incan stronghold
  • The train journey through the Vilcanota Valley
  • Machu Picchu citadel on last day.


Route Map

Choquequirao Trek 5 Days

Machu Picchus’s sister Inca Citadel, settled out in the Apurimac Valley.

Chqoquequirao trek will take you to the Peruvian highland, exploring the Apurimac Valley and stunning landscapes, remote villages, local farmlands, formidable Inca sites, exuverant vegetation. explore de Vilcabamba mountain range hearing stories of the Incas, culture and Andean traditions. Don't miss the chance to explore and live a life time experience with Kuntur Peru Travel.

Trip Overview

Immerse yourself in the history of the last Incas of Vilcabamba through the 5 Days trek to Choquequirao to Machu Picchu, an amazing journey that takes you through the Apurimac Valley, crossing one of the most plentiful rivers in Peru, climbing the mountains until you reach Choquequirao, where you will witness the grandiose Inca constructions, extensive agricultural terraces over the mountains, the habitat of the Andean Condor, one of the largest flying birds in the world and of course the largest flying birds in the world, where you will witness the grandiose Inca constructions, vast agricultural terraces on the mountains, habitat of the Andean Condor, one of the largest flying birds in the world and of course this adventure ends with a visit to Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas.

A glimpse of our Itinerary

Day 1 Cusco City – Cachora – Capuliyoc – Chikisca.

Begin a unique adventure through the Apurimac Valley, picking you up from your hotel in Cusco or Urubamba Valley, a four-hour journey in private transport to the trailhead, from where our expedition will start.

Day 2 Chikiscalaya, Playa Rosalina – Rosas Pata – Marampata.

The second day of adventure in Apurimac canyon is a bit challenging, as it is mostly climbing; it is about a 5-hour uphill hike, but rewarding because of the view you will have as you reach the campsite.

Day 3 Choquequirao full-day exploration – Marampata

Today we will submerge in the late Incan history and understand how that is the Incas moved there and built this Amazing citadel in the middle of such as incredible and inaccessible area surrounded by steep Mountains.

Day 4 Marampata – Playa Rosalina – Chikisca – Cocamasana.

After a day of exploration and having enjoyed the views from the site, today, we will focus on our way to get to Cocamasana, a traverse taking the trail back down to the valley and again climbing up to spend the last night in the Apurimac Canyon.

Day 5 Discovering Machu Picchu citadel – back to Cusco.

Bye, bye Apurimac Valley! We will leave the Canyon toward Capuliyoc to take private transportation to Cusco City.

What to expect

  • All private transportation to destination locations.
  • Personal expert trekking guide for the whole trip.
  • Suitable camp gear equipment to overnight in the mountains.
  • Three meals each day and snacks during the hike,
  • Trekking cook and muleteers for the hike.
  • All entrance tickets for the whole trip
  • Expedition train service to Machu Picchu.

Degree of difficulty

The 5-Day Choquequirao Trek & Machu Picchu is rated as a challenging or advanced hike. It is considered a length of walking activity and 7th strenuous summit difficulty; it is suggested to have a multi-day hiking experience and acclimatize at least two days before the trekking. Choquequirao trek can be done year-round. However, you will have a better experience during the dry season. (April – November)

Why you should go with us

  • Kuntur Peru Travel is a fully locally owned tour operator and certified travel company with all licenses to operate Inca trail tours and alternative treks.
  • Experience is the key! Long tracking record tour guides, graduated from the university and recognized institutes of Cusco city.
  • We deliver our tour services with safety standards, ethics, and responsibility; we rely on the opinions of our travelers.
  • Book and travel! Your trip is confirmed once you book the tour service; we don’t transfer the service to other tour groups. So that you book with us, you go with us.
  • Quality of services is our personal motto, so we provide both as small groups, no more than 8 pp., and private tour services.
  • No hidden charges! You pay the cost of your trip with all services included as mentioned in the itineraries.
  • Tailor-made tours and customizable experiences to the needs of our travelers.
  • Our guides are natives of Cusco city, fluent English speaking, friendly, and great storytellers.
  • Our management center is located in Cusco city. Therefore, we have everything in control nearby.


The itinerary below has been designed according to technical criteria based on the experiences of expert trekking guides who have hiked the 5-day Choquequirao Trek for years; the timings are average to a regular trekker under favorable conditions. However, this may vary depending on physical preparation, health, age, weather conditions during the hike, and the number of participants in the group. In addition, lunch spots and campsites may change consequently to adapt to the circumstances and needs of the group.

Day 1 Cusco – Cachora – Capuliyoc – Chikiscca.

To begin our adventure, we will pick you up early in the morning, at 4:30 am. From Cusco or the Sacred Valley of the Incas. We will embark on a 4-hour journey to the trailhead at Capuliyoc. Our journey is through picturesque landscapes and small villages, typical of the Andes. Upon arrival in Capuliyoc, you will meet the trekking crew, who will help us on the trail. Enjoy your first breakfast with breathtaking views of the Apurimac Canyon.

Today’s hike will offer breathtaking views of the Apurimac Valley and the river below. Our adventure begins once we reach the checkpoint, a 2-hour trek downhill on a winding and zigzagging trail, to the lunch spot at Coca Mansana. After lunch and a short siesta, you will take the road for another 2-hour downhill hike to our first campsite at Chikiscca, a small farming village in the valley with a mild climate. Enjoy a cup of black tea, coffee, or chocolate in the evening while waiting for our dinner in the Apurimac Canyon.

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    Meals Included
    Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Hiking Distance
    8 km / 4.9 miles.

  • Difficulty

  • Hike Duration
    6 hrs. approx.

  • Highest elevation
    3,035 m / 9,957 ft.

  • Camp elevation
    1,900 m / 6,213 ft.

Day 2 Chikiscca, Playa Rosalina – Rosas Pata – Marampata.

Today’s plan is to avoid the heat of the embracing sun. One of our crew members will wake you up at 5 am, offering you a cup of tea or coffee to wake you up. After packing your backpack and rolling up your mat, you will enjoy breakfast before starting the morning hike. The hike will be approximately 1.5 hours downhill to La Playa, the deepest part of the valley located next to the river. This will be the hottest weather you will have on the Trail (lower altitude), so be sure to dress for it. You will cross the Apurimac River and begin your 2 hours ascent to Santa Rosa for lunch. This part of the hike is a bit challenging, but as you continue uphill, you will be rewarded with incredible views of the Valley.

You will enjoy lunch in a family home, a rustic atmosphere so typical of the villages of the Andean Valleys, where you will have the opportunity to taste Cambray, a traditional drink made from sugar cane and prepared by the locals. After a relaxing nap, continue uphill for 2-3 hours. The afternoon hike is considered the most challenging, but with the support of our Kuntur Peru trekking guide, you will enjoy it. Upon arrival at Marampata, be blessed with the astonishing views of the Apurimac Valley and the Vilcanota mountain range; with luck, you may see condors flying over the camp. Enjoy the sunset at tea time and have dinner. Take the chance to see the southern constellation, Marampata is a great place for stargazing.

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    Meals Included
    Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner.

  • Hiking Distance
    14 km / 8.7 miles.

  • Difficulty
    Demanding – Challenge 

  • Hike Duration
    7 hours approx.

  • Highest elevation
    4,215 m / 13825 ft.

  • Camp elevation
    3,100m / 10,180ft.

Day 3 Choquequirao full-day exploration – Marampata.

Our goal today is to reach the archaeological site of Choquequirao and enjoy the most of this wonderful citadel, after a hearty breakfast, you will embark on the winding road along the mountains, a walk of an hour and a half to the ruins of Choquequirao. This archaeological site is considered to be the last bastion of the Incas, today the sister of Machu Picchu. You will explore the citadel with your guide, who will explain some of the highlights of the area, then you will have plenty of free time to explore on your own. This is really special as it is still relatively unknown and away from the crowds that visit Machu Picchu.

Enjoy your lunch in the archaeological park, and after that continue exploring the park visiting the lower part of Choquequirao, which is the newest discovered section of agricultural terraces. You will be impressed by how they built these terraces for agriculture. Once you have explored as much of Choquequirao as you can, begin your 1.5-hour hike back to camp. You will have time to enjoy the sunset while having your hot tea and dinner.

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    Meals Included
    Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner.

  • Hiking Distance
    13 km/ 8.07 miles

  • Difficulty

  • Hike Duration
    6 hours approx.

  • Highest elevation
    3110 m / 10,120 ft.

  • Camp elevation
    3110 m / 10,120 ft.

Day 4 Marampata – Playa Rosalina – Chikiscca – Cocamasana.

Today we will focus on our adventure to go back to Cocamasana, our next camp. After having our adventure breakfast, we will take the trail from Marampata to Santa Rosa then to Playa Rosalina, a 4-hour trek on the zigzagging trail, after a short rest, we will continue 1.5 hours uphill to Chikiscca where we will have lunch. After enjoying our lunch, we will continue for another 1.5 hours to Cocamasana, our last campsite in the Apurimac Valley where you will finally have time for a well-deserved rest, enjoy your last hour of tea or a cup of coffee in the valley, and dinner. Today will be a bit warmer, so make sure you have plenty of water to keep you hydrated.

Tonight you will stay in a 3-star hotel with cozy rooms, proper facilities, and hot showers. After all, you deserve to get a good bedroom and be reenergized for the following day.

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    Meals Included
    Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner.

  • Hiking Distance
    16km / 9.9 miles.

  • Difficulty

  • Hike Duration
    7 hours approx.

  • Highest elevation
    3110 m / 10,120 ft.

  • Camp elevation
    2,850m/ 9,350 ft.

Day 5 Cocamasana – Capuliyoc – Back to Cusco city.

Today we will embark on a fascinating journey, as our goal is to reach Machu Picchu town, for which we will have to leave the Apurimac Valley. After enjoying our last breakfast, we will continue uphill on a 2-hour hike to reach Capuliyoc, the beginning of the adventure. After saying goodbye to our trekking crew and taking some of the last photos of the valley, we will embark on our private transport to your hotel In Cusco city. 

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    Meals Included
    Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner.

  • Hiking Distance
    5km / 3.1 miles.

  • Difficulty

  • Hike Duration
    2.5 hours approx.

  • Highest elevation
    3110 m / 10,120 ft.

  • Accommodation
    Hotel Cusco


Choquequirao Trek 5D Includes


  • Pick up from your hotel.
  • Transportation from Cusco to Soraypampa.
  • Round trip bus ticket to Machu Picchu on day 5.
  • Expedition train service to Ollantaytambo.
  • Private transport from Ollantaytambo to Cusco.


  • 4 Nights camping outdoors.


  • 5 Days Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.
  • Every day water to fill up your bottles..
  • Everyday snack.

All entrance fees for the trip

  • Choquequirao Park permits.
  • Community camping.
  • Inca site entrance fees.

Camping Equipment

  • 4-man Sleeping tent for two people.
  • Foam mattress.
  • Dining tent and kitchen tent.
  • Packable table and sits.
  • Backpack cover and Rain poncho.
  • Duffle back to carry 7kg of extra clothing.
  • All kitchen items for the trip.

Trekking crew menbers

  • English-speaking local Tour Guide.
  • Guide assistant for 8+ participants
  • Trekking Chef.
  • Muleteers
  • Pack of horses to carry the equipment

Extras & Safety items

  • Walkie talkie
  • Small oxygen bottle.
  • First Aid Kit.
  • Additional Pillow.
  • Extra Blanket

The trek does not include

  • Trekking poles for rent
  • Sleeping bags for rent
  • Inflatable mattress for rent
  • Gratitudes
  • Travel Insurance
  • Any personal expenses


The pricing below is subject to a new Peruvian law governing the employment of porters, and muleteers on Choquequirao Trek. These changes are expected to substantially raise the cost of operating Inca Trail tours for all accredited tour companies. 

$850.00 per person Price based on 8 ppl in the group

  • Price for 2 trekkers: 1150.00 USD per person
  • Price for 3-4 trekkers: 1050.00 USD per person
  • Price for 5-6 trekkers: 950.00 USD per person
  • Price for 7-8 trekkers: 850.00 USD per person


Students have benefits traveling in Peru! Museums, tourist tickets, archaeological sites, Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, and more. Get discounts by presenting your International Student Identity Card (ISIC); students under the age of 17 and children do not need the ISIC. To apply for a discount, email us with a copy of the ISIC and passport at the time of booking for a trek or tour to

We will be glad to help you.

  • Student discount (only with active green ISIC card): US$ 25.00
  • Students from 12 to 17 years. US$ 30.00 Discount
  • Children from 5 to 12 years. US$ 30.00 Discount


Good offer! The prices of items set in the following list are adjusted for the Salkantay trek 5-day tour. However, for a group booking 8+ hikers, we will consider a discount on the price of an item.

  • Set of pro trekking poles – US$25.00 available to rent
  • Sleeping bag – US$30.00 available to rent
  • Inflatable mattress  – US$ 30.00 available to rent
  • Single Tent – US$50.00 available to rent
  • Foam mattress – included in the tour service

Groups booking


From USD 790.00 per person. 8+ up to 12 participants in the group.  Please note advance booking is required.

We reward your preference! More details will be available if you are interested in taking advantage of this offer, such as walking tours in Cusco City, discounts on items for camping activities, and personal discounts. Contact us at

Details on Equipment

We care about the safety and satisfaction of our adventurers during the trekking tours, Kuntur Peru provides the best quality items for outdoor adventures, igloo-type tents resistant to snow and heavy rain are perfect for camping in the mountains, branded inflatable mattresses and trekking poles, first aid kid and oxygen bottle to prevent high altitude sickness. Safety is our main priority in every trekking activity.

  • Thermarest inflatable mattresses 1.5 inches thick.
  • Four-season tent (Eureka K-2 tx) for two people.
  • Adjustable Black Diamond, Leky, or Branded Trekking Poles.
  • Expeditions train service. Standard windows at the sides and ceiling, additional front table.
  • Vistadome train service. With panoramic windows and ceilings, snack service, and a dance show on board included.
  • We provide 3* hotel rooms in Machu Picchu town if you want a private bedroom, select single accommodation when booking for an additional cost.

Trip Info

Weather on trek
Hiking through the Quarry trek is a very high-altitude activity, therefore, the weather may be cold and unpredictable. The nights on this trek are usually around 14 F. / -10 C. And in the early mornings of the dry season, during the day, it can get quite warm if the sun is out, anywhere from 60-75F/15-24C. Keep in mind that if the weather is rainy or cloudy, it will be windy and colder, and it may change instantaneously, particularly when going up at the high-altitude passes; as with any high-altitude hike, you should bring plenty of layers to adjust to the fluctuating temperatures and conditions as well as appropriate sun/rain protection.

Pre-departure notes

It is highly recommended to spend at least two days before any trekking activity acclimating to the altitude in the Andes; drinking enough water and avoiding heavy meals also help you to adapt quickly to the environment. Cusco is an Andean city located at 3,399 m. / 11,151 ft. We suggest doing short day tours in and around the city.

It is imperative to attend the pre-trek briefing a day before the scheduled date of the trip, usually set at 17:00 hrs. See the itinerary instructions section of the tour and its details. For additional information, speak directly to your trekking guide.

Note on Itinerary

The current itinerary described accurately expresses the trekking activities we offer. However, please, notice that due to some circumstances occasionally turns beyond our control, such as natural disasters, weather conditions, strikes, and others that may force us to deviate from our original plan, in which case, we will provide you with the best alternative option available, so then you won’t miss the wonderful experience.

Note on Price

Please note. All our trekking tours, and the Inca trail tours, include a duffle bag, which means you can take additional clothing with your sleeping bag and mattress for the trek; these must be 7 kg/14 pounds max weight.

All Inca trail trekking tours are run with a pack of a trekking team (our porters), who are appointed to carry all camping equipment during the hike; the number of porters in the group is accordingly to the number of travelers booked for the tour; for more details see Inca Trail FAQs.

Camping accommodation on the trek is based on double occupancy per tent.

Accommodation in towns is at 3* hotels; Twin-bed room (matrimonial if requested), triple occupancy in case of families or friends; the single rooms are subject to a single supplement fee.

Trip Payment Schedule
At the time of booking, you must be paid 30% of the total cost of the tour; this will allow us to make the corresponding reservation and purchase some tickets that may be sold out rapidly. A month before the departure date, the balance must be paid or upon your arrival in Cusco city, the 70% left of the final balance must be paid fully.

Cancellation and Transfer Fee Schedule

  • Minimum fee (hike permit fee): $130 per person
  • 61-90 days prior to departure: 30% of trip cost
  • 46-60 days prior to departure: 50% of trip cost
  • 45 days or less: 100% of trip cost.

Gratuities for the trekking crew

One of the greatest ways to express your gratitude to your trekking crew for everything they do to help you to make your adventure trip is by tipping. This is a tradition of years since the beginning of the tourism industry in our region, a personal appreciation based on the team’s effort during your adventure experience. Giving gratuities might not be customary in your country, however, it’s of the utmost importance to those who will be taking care of you during the trip. Tipping inspires excellent service and is an ingrained feature in the tourism industry on many Kuntur Peru Travel destinations. Of course, you are free to tip as much as you wish, depending on your perception of the quality and length of your trip. Remember, tipping is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.

Usually, participants in a group gather the tipping money for the guides, porters, and cooks; you can either do it individually, or your trekking guide will offer to collect the money and tip as a group. Tipping your tour guide is more personal and should be decided based on your relationship, quality, and length of service with them and is done separately from the group or could be done individually, this generally happens once you end the tour at Machu Picchu Citadel or Machu Picchu town.

Porters: Each porter $20 – $40 USD or the equivalent in Soles (from all the group or participants)

Trekking Chef: $35 – $70 USD or the equivalent in Soles (from all groups or participants)

Trekking guide: The amount is an entirely more personal preference, however, as a guideline, $40 -80 USD per person can be used.





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  • Come across and feel safe exploring the Choquequirao trek with us with suitable camping gear and experienced trekking guides.
  • Experience one of the best treks worldwide recognized with Kuntur Peru Travel, a direct & official local tour operator in Cusco.
  • Enjoy the natural and scenic beauty of the inter-Andean valleys and highland landscapes.
  • Immerse yourself in the late history of the Incas interpreted by your expert tour guide, and explore the recently uncovered sectors.
  • The Choquequirao trek 5 dyas is a unique experience; ideally for adventurers and history lovers, a pathway with astounding views and landscapes, flawless for photography.
  • Four nights camp outdoors surrounded by mountains and starry sky views; stay a night in Aguas Calientes town previous your tour to Machu Picchu.
  • Spot Andean wildlife in its natural habitat and diverse ecosystems. As well as Llamas and Alpacas wandering at the Inca sites.
  • More than a hike, the 5-day Choquequirao trek is a self-motivating adventure and a cultural experience in connection with nature.
  • Explore Machu Picchu citadel, and get first-hand information from our expert local tour guides.

TRIP Checklist

Choquequirao trek 5-day journey requires a good trekking backpack, we recommend bringing a 30L capacity trekking daypack to carry your personal items for a day hike, larger backpack capacity are not allowed to take into Machu Picchu citadel. Here we showcase a basic list of essential items you should bring for your trip


For the Choquequirao trek journey, we suggest bringing a 30L capacity day backpack to carry your items for a day hike. It is not allowed to enter Machu Picchu citadel with larger capacity backpacks. Here we showcase a basic list of essential items you should carry in your day pack.

  • Valid Passport. Verify your passport won’t expire at the time of the trip.
  • The Sun’s UV radiations in the highlands are high, so it is crucial to wear sunscreen; at least 35+ fps protection is recommended.
  • Sun hat. Prevents sunburn even on cloudy days.
  • Rain jacket. Weather in the mountains and valleys sometimes turns unpredictable, occasionally we experience rain even in the dry season.
  • Rain coat
  • Extra water bottle. Stay hydrated! It prevents high-altitude sickness while hiking in the mountains.
  • Insect repellant
  • Bandana
  • Sunglasses
  • Gloves
  • Cameras, make sure to charge the batteries.
  • Personal First Aid kid
  • Roll paper/ Toiletries
  • Personal Snacks
  • Torch or headlamp, and extra batteries
  • Power bank, there is no electricity on our adventures.
  • Trekking poles


It will be given to you at the pre-trek briefing a day before the departure. Please, note that 7 Kg / 15 pounds is the maximum weight. Both the sleeping bag and the foam mattress are 3 kg / 6.5 pounds in weight, which means the 4 kg left must be your clothing and personal items. The duffel bags will go straight to the campsite, then they will be given back to you at the camps. For 5 Days Choquequirao trek, we have a checklist of items you should bring.

  • Sleeping back (available for rent)
  • Extra clothing (trekking pants)
  • At least 4 extra pairs of socks
  • Extra T-shirts at least 5
  • Thermal pant
  • Warm jacket
  • Extra wool socks3
  • Small personal towel
  • Dry bag
  • Bathing suite
  • Sandals
  • Down jacket
  • Extra toilet paper
  • Warm clothes.
  • Sweater or flees

Trip Accommodation

Camping Equipment

Kuntur Peru guarantees comfort and safety in all our adventure trips, our camping equipments are suitable for hiking trips in the high Andean mountains.

Enjoy the nights in our exclusively designed camping gear along every route we offer, you will spend the night in spacious four-season camping tents for two people, branded camping gear such as North Face, Black diamond, Eureka, and others; our trekking poles are lightweight aluminum material, adjustable and suitable for hiking in the mountains, sleeping pads Therma Rest trek and travel series; each of our hikers get additionally a foam mattress and small pillow to enjoy the overnights in tent.

Have the ultimate adventure experience with Kuntur Peru Travel. Trek with us, and live the adventure now!


All our adventure experiences, other than the 4 Days Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, have as our destination Aguas Calientes town, where you will spend one night prior to visiting Machu Picchu citadel, for which we have selected standard 3 * hotels for your stay, these are hotels of prestige and quality that guarantee us comfort and good service to all our adventurers. However, we are also willing to provide superior quality hotels, as long as our travelers request it.

  • 3* Inti Punku Machu Picchu hotels & suites: standard room with private bath.
  • 4*hatun inti boutique: suite room with private bath.
  • 5* Machu Picchu Pueblo by Inca Terra: Superior
  • 3*
  • 4*
  • 5* Tambo Del Inca Urubamba: Superior room with private bath.
  • 3*Maytaq Wasin Boutique Hotel
  • 3* Los Portales Hotel
  • 4* Casa Andina Private Collection
  • 5* Palacio del Inka by Libertador
  • 5* Monasterio Hotel by Belmond
  • 3*Pakarytampu Hotel
  • 4*Casa Andina Private Collection
  • 5* Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection
  • 5* Rio Sagrado by Belmond
  • 3* Prisma hotel: standard room with private bath.
  • 4* Jose Antonio Hotel: standard room with private bath.
  • 5*Palacio Del Inca, luxury collection Hotel: Superior room with Private bath.



  • Pick up from your hotel
  • Meet our experienced local guides, English and Spanish speaking
  • Private transportation to all sites in and out of the Cusco city center.
  • Detailed guided tour in Qoricancha (the sun temple), about an hour of exploration.
  • Explore Sacsayhuaman, the megalithic constructions site
  • Guided tour at Qenqo, Pukapukara and Tambomachay.
  • 4 to 5 hours total tour, during which you’ll learn about the Origin and history of Incan culture.
  • Take advantage of taking photos at Inca sites, guides are also skillful at taking photos.
  • Door-to-door transportation service, unless you request drop-off at a specific point in the city.


  • Passport
  • Warm clothes. Cusco’s weather is cold and windy at evenings
  • Day pack / Tote bag
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle
  • Peruvian Soles in cash

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