Top 6 hikes in Peru
Hikes in Peru, top 6 hikes in Peru, Peru a country with unique biodiversity in the world starting from the coast with beautiful beaches and extraordinary gastronomy especially (ceviche seafood) and having one of the biggest oasis in the world called huacachina, and also having the only jungle in the world called amazon with flora and fauna that each visitor is impacted by the beauty of the place and also is the last lung of the world and now going to the sierra of Peru with beautiful mountains and snowy especially Cusco having many hikes and archaeological sites that are not the classic Inca trail for example (Ancascocha trek 4 days . Choquequirao trek 7 days, Ausangate trek 4 days, Lares trek 3 days, Moonstone trek 5 days, Manu National park 8 days ) come and enjoy this magic country
Ancascocha Trek to Machu Picchu, is considered one of the best alternative treks to the classic Inca Trail, located within the Sacred Valley (very close to the Inca Trail). This extraordinary path is definitely one of the most beautiful infrequent routes South of the Andes.
Ancascocha Trek to Machu Picchu is ideal for those travelers who have a good level of fitness (two high passes over 4,400 meters) and seek tranquility in uncrowded trails during peak season.
During the Ancascocha trek to Machu Picchu, you can visit local villages, and enjoy a variety of ecosystems and amazing sceneries like; snow-capped mountains, tropical jungles, cloud forest wilderness, glacial lakes and of course Peru’s sensational Inca ruins. The best time for trekking Ancascocha is from April to November.
This 4 odyssey starting from Ancascocha culminates hiking into the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu. and book your tour today!
Choquequirao trek to Machu Picchu, this tour includes 2 Inca sites (choquequirao and Machu Picchu), one of the most recent discoveries in Peru. This hike is one of the most beautiful that exists in South America – located in Cusco Peru.
he “Archeological site of Choquequirao” is now becoming a more recognized trekking route compared to the “Machu Picchu” according to the National Geographic, because it hasn’t been excessively marketed, yet it’s larger and some even say that it’s superior to Machu Picchu.
This incredible trek Choquequirao trek to Machupicchu, is indeed for the more fit and experienced hikers since it’s harder to reach compared to Machu Picchu. However, it’s worth every dollar because you’ll experience a whole package of microclimates and extraordinary sceneries Peru has to offer.
Ausangate Trek to Rainbow Mountain, For many centuries the people of the rural areas of Peru have maintained many ancestral traditions. One of these regions that have undergone little changes in the Andean communities that reside in the mountains of Ausangate. The journey we offer will allow you a glimpse of Peruvian’s living in their natural environment.
A true image of the Andean High Range.ausangate trek to rainbow mountain, You will have the opportunity to meet traditional indigenous Quechua speaking natives, who live at an altitude of 14,000 m / 45,932 ft., herding llamas and alpacas. They live in an isolated region of the “Cordillera del Vilcanota” (Vilcanota Mountain Range) among glaciers, brightly colored lakes and relaxing hot springs.
Along this Ausangate Trek to rainbow mountain 4, the likelihood of seeing a condor soar is high (South America’s largest flying bird). You’ll also, be able to witness Andean fauna such; vicuñas, marmots (Vizcacha), geese, falcons, and wild ducks. Although you will be hiking in high elevations, once you have acclimated, the trek is considered a moderate.
Lares Trek to Machu Picchu 3 days, is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places, we have in Cusco.
If you don’t want to reserve the “Classical Inca Trail”, this is the best alternative due to geographical and historical region (Snow, in the Native Quechua language, means: “Apus gods who preserved the vital liquid water, by making offerings, so that they never lack water their fields of cultivation). Also, we can see lagoons (that in Quechua is translated to “qochas” a place of the origin of the Incas – natives from this area still make special ceremonies to those lagoons.
You can also see in lares trek to Machu Picchu 3 days, many South American Camelids typical of Peru, Chile, and Argentina, especially many alpacas, llamas, guanacos, whom were especially sacred to the Incas (Llamas played a very important role in the transportation and some were used in sacrifices as a form of sanctification for a good yield in crop production.
Along the hike from Lares trek to Machu Picchu 3 days, you’ll meet traditional communal folk who are cheerful and still use the traditional attire (bright and colorful) of the original natives from the area.
This trek is definitely for those individuals who like to walk, attain more historical knowledge, and meet people seeing their everyday contact with the Pachamama (“Mother Earth”). This trek towards Machu Picchu also allows you to fully enjoy the microclimates and unique landscapes, along with old-fashioned cuisines and fresh natural products. We have a very experienced cook who will surprise.
Moonstone trek to Machu Picchu , an excellent alternative to the traditional Inca trail Machu Picchu Trek.
On this remote route, you’ll see fewer tourists. You’ll follow the footsteps of the Incas who built this impressive route from the City of Cusco, Moonstone trek to Machupicchu, going westbound through the mountain range, stopping to observe amazing temples and royal residence. Also, you’ll explore an amazing Inca stone in a huge 15th-century quarry call “Cachiqata” moonstone trek to Machu picchu5 days according to national geographic in one of the best treks included Machu Picchu Inca city or the sacred of the Incas, on the way of moonstone trek to Machu Picchu 5 days you will see part of the original Inca trail (qhapaq ñan ).
Manu national park, is one of the most Bio-diverse Regions of the Country and in the world. Located in the Amazon it’s the main water source consists of the entire drainage basin of the Manu River. There are few human settlements near or around the park.
The Peruvian Government does not permit hunting or fishing. The Bio-Tourism is strictly controlled and visitors are only allowed into the park if accompanied by a registered guide related to a registered tour company.
Tours must be organized in advance and the majority of the registered offices operate from the City of Cusco. It’s also possible to organize tours from Lima or abroad. However, all operators work with one of the eleven official operators allowed into the Manu National Park. It is possible to visit the Manu area without entering the reserved zone, and still be able to enjoy the abundant wildlife.