Chuki and Cusipata are our popular rafting sections during the dry season located at upper of Urubamba river, located after Urcos town a 60 Km south from Cusco with nice and scenic views from andean villages, it is less crowded, tranquil and cleaner than the Ollantaytambo section. It consists of rapids that are graded II, III. Overall, you will be running the water for about 2 and a half hours, with some parts for relaxing and soaking up and other parts for pumping up your adrenalina levels. Also, there will be a guide in a Kayak in some rapids and technical spots where he will scout first and indicate appropriate directions. Upon arrival to the river, you will be gear up with a wetsuit, helmets, waterproof jacket, and life jacket. The guide will offer a 15 minute safety briefing and give general information for the group (check all are dressed well, how to paddle, learn basic rules, follow up instructions). Leave your belongings on our private bus later on the driver will meet us at lunch place. Afterwards we have a picnic lunch, with hot and cold drinks, right there in the middle of a small village or near the river with fantastic views of south of Cusco.
Pallay Poncho Mountain Trek 1 day Tour: Pallay Poncho is a new attraction of the Cusco. This mountain is known as the Pallay Puncho Apu Tacllo or Sharp Pointed Hill. This mountain is similar to the Rainbow Mountain Peru. The landscape is most beautiful and near you will find the small lake.
The Waqrapukara One-Day Trek is the ultimate choice for some peace and quiet and to discover an incredible site that very few people get to visit—locals and tourists!
Join us on an epic hike to the majestic pre-Inca construction of Waqrapukara or Fortress of Horns located in the mighty Apurímac canyon. This beautiful sacred place combines advanced architecture and impressive natural formations in a wonderful landscape—almost like something from a dream—surrounded by small crystalline lagoons. The gigantic horns rise as high as 4,140 m / 13,583 ft.
Juchuycocha Lake – Chicon Glacier, 1 Day Trek Cusco – Peru: Laguna Juchuycocha, a stunning alpine lake, lies hidden in the beautiful mountains behind Urubamba in Peru’s Sacred Valley. This untouched lake sits at almost 15,250 feet and remains a hidden treasure. The strenuous trek makes for a long, but rewarding day trip from Urubamba.
Rainbow Mountain is a colorful mountainside in the Andes of Peru. In short, the colors you see were formed by sedimentary mineral layers in the mountain that have been exposed by erosion. The Rainbow Mountain trailhead is located a 3-hour drive from Cusco, where day trips have recently grown quite popular.
TREK TO HUMANTAY LAKE, Full Day Hike: We made this Huamantay lake Day trek – Salkantay trek 1 day thinking in nature lovers who do not have many days but they can found spectacular landscapes with exotic flora and fauna, Along this hike adventure you will able to find beautiful valleys and white mountains and one the most important lakes considered as a sacred mountain in Incan mythology.
Hike Lares Valley and Visit Machu Picchu – Valle de Lares Trek 4 days 3 Nigths: This less-known hike departs from the Sacred Valley of the Incas to enter a route where amazing mountain scenery, glacier lagoons, valley cloud-forest and authentic textile Quechua communities are combined to finally reach the village of Lares, where you can end the trek by relaxing in its famous hot springs. From Lares we drive to Ollantaytambo and board the train to Aguas Calientes to visit Machu Picchu on day 4 of the program. A unique hike to get in touch with Andean people and learn about their traditions and life-style. Social help is appreciated.
The classic inca trail to Machu Picchu 4days: Meet and follow the traces of the Incas that headed to the Machu Picchu city. This is a great alternative for those who are interested in hiking through the complete Inca trail. Stages at the trail are from 7 to 8 hours hikes through an Inca trail full of impressive history. Arriving to the last mountain we’ll be able to see the Machu Picchu city with enough time to visit the most important archaeological site of the Incas after which we’ll return back to Cusco city on train.
Short Inca trail to Machu Picchu 2 days Trek: This is the short version of the famous and stunning Inca Trail, for those who have less time available but do not want to loose this unique trek. We start at km. 104 and we walk till the ruins of Wiñahuayna. After a visit to the ruins, we go to Inti punku from where we will have a fabulous view over the Lost City of the Incas. From here we take the bus down to the village of Aguas Calientes where we will stay for the night. Next day we depart very early, with the first bus, to visit Machu Picchu, at 2,650 kms above sea level. Around 3:30 we take the train back to Cusco.