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Choquequirao Trek Machu Picchu 8 Days
EIGHT DAYS TOURFrom Hotel to hotel
All Required Transportation
Tour Guide + Hotel
Choquequirao Trek Machu Picchu is the combination of awe-inspiring wilderness, vibrant culture and picturesque mountain scenery
Choquequirao Trek is trekking alternative to Machu Picchu that runs over the Peruvian Andes; it is one of the few places where you can actually hike on trough different ecological zones. You’ll enjoy unsurpassed scenery on the drive between Cusco city and the picturesque village of Cachora.
In Our Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu, you will trek through the Vilcanota mountain range. One of the most picturesque mountain range of South America with waterfalls, massive glaciers, cloud forest and wildlife. Explore the less visited Inca site of Choquequirao and the stunning Machu Picchu. The tour has included some out-of-the-ordinary adventures to make your vacation unique.
This 8-day Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu, is new trek offered by “SUNRISE PERU TREK”. The mysterious Inca city of Choquequirao is located in the beautiful landscape of the Vilcabamba mountain range over the Apurimac River, According to historians, Choquequirao was the dwelling of the last 4 rebel Incas of Vilcabamba (Manco Inca, Sayri Tupac, Titu Yupanki and Tupac Amaru I).
Like Machupicchu, the Spaniards were thought never to have discovered it; so will be a pleasure for us to show you this beautiful place with our profesional team. And then, we’ll continue the trek toward Machu Picchu, passing through the recently discovered archaeological sites of Qoriwayrachina and Corralpata. This will be expedition combining awesome mountain scenery, visit of remote archaeological complexes, Andean flora and fauna.
Day 01: “Playa Rosalina” camp
We’ll leave the city of Cusco at 05:30 a.m. Then, we’ll have a 4-hour bus journey to the village of Cachora and trek for 8 hours approximately.
Day 02: Explore Choquequirao
We will start very early before the sun hits very strong and make harder the trek and arrive for the sunset to Choquequirao Inca site.
Day 03: Maizal camp
After the guided tour at Choquequirao, we will have lunch here; in the afternoon, we’ll trek over “Victoria Pass” and descend to camp at Maizal
Day 04: Yanama camp
7 to 8 hour-trek over the Vilcanota mountain range with presence of many snow mountains.
Day 05: Totora village
We’ll pass the highest point of the trek and then we will descend observing highland communities and farms of different varieties of crops.
Day 06: “Playa Sawayaco” camp
We’ll continue descend into the cloud forest where we will see thick vegetation and plenty of flora and fauna.
Day 07: hotel in Aguas Calientes town
We’ll trek for 6 -7 hours to the town of “Aguas Calientes” and you will have accommodation in the hotel and the next day we will visit Machu Picchu.
Day 08: Explore Machu Picchu tour
Full-day can be dedicated to explore Machu Picchu.
PLACES TO VISIT IT
Questions And Answers
It is an Inca archaeological site; Machu Picchu is an outstanding reminder of the power and ingenuity of the Inca civilization. Built in the 15th century, the ancient citadel was abandoned only 100 years later and many mysteries remain. Machu Picchu was Listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1983 and announced as one of the Seven Wonders of the World in 2007; it is the most important tourist destination in the world
At 100 kilometers from the city of Cusco at an altitude of 2,400masl; is located overlooking the Urubamba River, the site of Machu Picchu sits above the Sacred Valley – located in the Cusco region of Peru.[/
To get to Machu Picchu you can walk along the Inca Trail for 2 days or 4 days; you also can take the train from the train station of Ollantaytambo (1:45 hours) or from Poroy (3 hours); or you can take bus for 6 -7 hours
The good news is Machu Picchu can be visited year-round. The most popular time, and therefore the most crowded, is in June, July and august. Low cloud cover during the dry season from April to October also means cold nights on hiking trails – so make sure to bring some thermals for a good night’s sleep. The wet season takes place from November to March. This is when the temperature rises and the region receives heavy rainfall.
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