Machu Picchu Trek
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Machu Picchu Trek – Trails and Routes
Inca Trail: Considered one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world. The Inca trail (42 kilometers or a 4 day journey) attracts thousands of adventures ever year as it gives people the opportunity to travel of adventurers ever year as it gives people ago to enjoy breathtaking scenery along the way.
Salkantay Trek: A great 5D/4N trekking challenge with incredible scenery. The highlight on the trek is getting up close and personal with Nevada Salkantay, the 6,271m iconic Andean peak. The second most popular trek in the region after the Inca Trail and voted one of the Top 25 Treks in the World by National Geographic.
Lares Trek: A less strenuous trekking trail that provides unrivalled opportunities to interact with local Andean communities that have changed little over the past few centuries. Undoubtedly one of the best cultural trekking experiences in the region
Choquequirao Trek: The longest and one of the toughest treks in the region, but super rewarding. Choquequirao is an Inca site that is worthy of a visit on it’s own. Combined with Machu Picchu, this trek is fast becoming the ultimate archaeological trekking experience
Inca Jungle Trek: Designed with the adrenaline junkie in mind, the Inca Jungle trek combines a massive 60km downhill cycle with trekking, zip-lining and potential river rafting. This trek is most popular with the younger generation and backpackers
Vilcabamba Trek: By far the most off-the-beaten path trek to Machu Picchu. On this trek you are guaranteed three things: absolute solitude, unbeatable alpine and jungle vistas and sore legs. Ideal for experienced backcountry trekkers who aren’t afraid of long and tough trekking days
Huchuy Qosco Trek: A short and pleasant trek to Huchuy Qosco (‘Little Cusco’ in Quechua), which is just north of Cusco, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Ideal for visitors who would like to do a little trekking before hitting Machu Picchu.