These treks and climbs are only available as part of our tours, they are not sold separately. We recommend at least 2 days for climatizing before the trek or climb. If you are interested in these or in any other climb or trek in South America, please contact us for further information.
Cusco, Llactapata, Warmiwañusca, Machupicchu
After an early morning breakfast, you will be transferred to Chilca by bus, where we will meet the Quechua porters and have breakfast. Crossing over the turbulent Vilcanota River, with magnificent views of Nevado Veronica (5,900m/19,000ft) we will continue the expedition
Enjoy a unique experience of trekking the Inca trail and arriving to Machu Picchu on Christmas Eve. The tour then continues south to Lake Titicaca and to the highest navigable lake in the world. Choose from 3 star to 5 star deluxe hotels.
An arduous and authentic trekking tour of a lifetime visiting the incredible Inca sites of Machu Picchu and Choquequirao. Avoid the crowds and choose a largely unknown route taking in stunning mountain paths and original Inca Trails. Visit wonderful Inca citadels and experience breathtaking Andean scenery as you embark on the ultimate Inca trek tour of Peru. For physically fit and experienced trekkers only as this trek is considered a very demanding and strenuous hike.
Cusco, Cachora, Playa Rosalinda, Choquequirao
Early departure from Cuzco to Cachora town for breakfast. A meeting with all the porters and muleteers to arrange all the equipment on the mules and horses and then you start the trek with a 2 hour hike to Capuliyoc (2915m)
Cuzco, Lares, Ollantaytambo
Pick up from your hotel in the morning for the journey through the Sacred Valley to Sayhuapata (2800m.) Your hike begins here in a fertile valley and follows a small river up through the mountain corridor. After walking over 4 hours, you will begin to see the thatched-roof stone
Huaraz, Taullipampa, Llanganuco
Leaving early morning, we drive along the Santa River passing several villages until we reach the present day Yungay. The road winds slowly up into the gully between the Huascarán massif and the Huandoy three-pronged peak, driving until
Huraz, Huayhuas, Huatia, Jahuacocha
After an early morning breakfast, private transfer to the small isolated town of Chiquian and from there onto Llamac. From here the first section of the Huayhuash trek begins climbing up to Pocpa and to your first campsite at Matacancha. Matacancha
Chachapoyas,Gran Vilaya, Kuelap
Transfer from your hotel for lunch with a visit to Sonche Canon and spectacular views of waterfalls. A trip onto Huancas, an Inca Mitima village, famous for their ceramic pottery. A visit to a deep Cave in the afternoon, and transfer to a local hostel
Arequipa, Chivay, Chucco, Sangalle
After breakfast, you start the trip through some wonderful scenery towards the Colca canyon, where you shall see groups of wild alpacas, vicuñas and guanacos. A visit will be made to the Salinas and Aguada Blanca Reserve. Eventually, you will
Arequipa, Chuquibamba, Cotahuasi
After breakfast, you start the trip through some wonderful scenery towards the Valle de Majes. Later, visit the town of Chuquibamba and then continue to go up the pass of Mount Coropuna and Solimana. After reaching the top, you will then
Arequipa, Andagua, Vorire
After breakfast, start the long jouney towards the Valle de Andagua at 3600m. The journey will take about 10 hours. Accommodation at a basic hotel
Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Amazon River
After breakfast, you will start the trek heading across the continental devide at an altitude of 5010m. Camp at the Carhuasanta river some 4730m, one of the furthest tributaries of the Amazon river, at the foot of Mount Mismi, from where the waters originate
Cusco, Tinqui, Pachaspata
A fabulous seven day circuit through the Vilcanota mountain range where you will see Ausangate (6385m) and three other peaks all above 6000m. Again, more akin to our Cordillera Blanca treks, this route offers spectacular mountain scenery, snow-capped peaks,
Huaraz, Ishinka, Base Camp
After breakfast, transport to Paltay to start the trek to Collon at 3300m. Continuing up the beautiful Ishinka valley that sits directly under Tocllaraju, Urus, Ishinka, and Ranrapalca. Arrive at the base camp of Ishinka at 4300m. Camp for the night
Ecuador-Cotopaxi National Park, Quito
After breakfast, transfer to the Cotopaxi National Park. Visit to the natural history museum before lunch. Once at the refuge (4600m), arrange all the equipment before training on the glacier including crampon techinques, rope work and ice axe
Transfer from the airport to the hotel in Mendoza. In the evening there will be an instructive talk about the Aconcagua Mountain followed by some pictures of the mountain. (Food is not included)
Huaraz, Moraine Camp, Cebollapampa
Leaving Huaraz you will head north to the small town of Yungay at the foot of the Quebrada Llanganuco. Entering the Quebrada you will continue heading east into the mountains to the wide and pastoral valley between Huascarán on the south and
Huaraz, Moraine Camp, Huascaran
After breakfast, leave for Huaraz, heading north to the town of Musho, approximately two hours from Huaraz. From Musho you start the hike for about five hours until Huascaran base camp at an elevation of 4400m. Camp.
Huaraz, Col Camp, Alpamayo
Climb to the Col camp at 5300m. (This section can sometimes be the most technical part of the entire climb). The high col is between Alpamayo and it's sister peak, Quitaraju. The guides will fix ropes in advance of the group on one steep section.
Ishinka - Pisco - Huascaran
After breakfast, transport to Paltay to start the trek to Collon at 3300m. Continuing up the beautiful Ishinka valley that sits directly under Tocllaraju, Urus, Ishinka, and Ranrapalca. Arrive at the base camp of Ishinka at 4300m. Camp for the night.
A beautifully crafted soft adventure tour of Amazing Peru whilst staying at the very best hotels. With authentic tours such as kayaking on Lake Titicaca to the camp free 2 day Royal Inca Trail, an immersion into Peru's culture with fun adventures allow for a unique trip of a lifetime.
Incl. Miraflores Park, Monasterio & Sanctuary Lodge Hotels, all trains, all private tours, finest service guaranteed
03rd April 2013
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