A visitor to Choquequirao explores the ruins

Choquequirao – Machu Picchu 8D/7N

In Quechua language, Choquequirao or Choquekiraw means “Cradle of Gold”. It is another “Lost City of the Inkas” “Choquequirao is the city which demonstrates the inspiring Inca ceremonial center. A city dedicated the adoration of the “Pachamama” the Andean mother Earth “the Apus” Mountain gods and divinities like the water and the elements of Nature.”
Now our focus in this Area is the Andean people, who are living in these amazing mountains, with ancestral traditions, the Inca’s descendants. The Choquequirao trail is for real trekkers who want to get into the remote western Vilcabamba range and still end up at Machu Picchu.

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Rainbow mountain Hike, Sky High Andes tours, Cusco, Peru

Rainbow Mountain

Full Day Tour

The Rainbow Mountain of Peru, also known as Winicunca, are beautiful rock layers with different colors in the foothills of the spectacular Vilcanota Mountain Range Southeast of Cusco.

On this trek you will see quaint villages, beautiful adobe style houses, herds of llamas and alpacas and you will have magnificent views of the Ausangate Mountain (6,384 m / 20,939 ft.), the highest mountain in Cusco region.

Cusco city, celebration of Inti Raymi, Vacation, tours and trips

Cusco City – Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

4 Days / 3 Nights

The Complete Cusco Tour Package is the easiest way to visit all the important attractions with everything included. Our private tour service is based from years of experience living in the city of Cusco and knowing where travelers will have an authentic, comfortable and no hassle experience. This is as much a gastronomic tour, as well as cultural, the perfect trip to the city of Cusco and Machu Picchu with all the highlights you are looking for!

Majestic Huayna Picchu peak rises out of Machu Picchu buildings

Visit Machu Picchu by Train

2 Days / 1 Night

Machu Picchu is the most famous attraction in Peru. Surely high on the bucket list for any traveler to see this rediscovered lost city in the Andes mountains. Machu Picchu is actually lower in altitude and warmer than Cusco, which makes it a great side trip or ultimate destination for your time in Peru.

The quickest way to see Machu Picchu is by taking the train, no hiking required! We set up everything you need to have a comfortable, no hassle experience.

On the summit of Huascaran Sur, Cordillera Blanca, Peru

Climb Huascaran (6,770m/22,205ft)

Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Level: Intermediate (AD)

Dominating the skyline above Huaraz is the Cordillera Blanca, the White Mountain Range. Huascaran stands out among the range for its massive size. The highest mountain in Peru has drawn mountain climbers to Huascaran National Park for decades. While not technical, the route is a massive glacier with some objective dangers like seracs and crevasses, so you do need some mountaineering experience. Huascaran is a good one to have in the bag if you collect high peaks!

Mount Artesonraju, Cordillera Blanca, Huaraz, Peru

Climb Artesonraju (6,025m/19,762ft)

Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Level: Intermediate/Advanced (D)

The famous Paramount Pictures logo is a representation of Mount Artesonraju, shaped like a perfect three-sided pyramid mountain. Nestled in the heart of the Cordillera Blanca (White Mountain Range), it is located at the head of the Paron valley. You will enjoy the setting of several 6,000 meter peaks above the surreal turquoise waters of Laguna Paron. The iconic peak is a great technical climb of 800 meters, a “D” on the alpine scale for seasoned mountaineers.

A climber heading towards the summit of Chopicalqui

Climb Chopicalqui (6,345m/20,811ft)

Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Level: Basic/Intermediate (AD)

The normal route on Chopicalqui ascends the west ridge, gaining the ridge just below the col with Huascaran Sur, the highest mountain in Peru. This broad ridge is a climbers’ dream. You are able to see most of the 6,000m peaks in the range. Climbing Chopicalqui is very similar in difficulty to Ausangate (Cordillera Vilcanota). You can climb Chopicalqui in 4 days instead of 5 if you are well acclimated.

Mount Tocllaraju, a classic climb of the Cordillera Blanca, Peru

Tocllaraju Climb (6,034m/19,791ft)

Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Level: Beginner/Intermediate (PD/AD)

Located at the head of the Ischinca valley close to Huaraz, Mount Tocllaraju is a classic climb of the Cordillera Blanca. It’s a great choice for your first 6,000 meter peak. The north ridge tests you with a few short sections of steeper climbing. But most of the route is walking on a broad ridge with incredible views.

A climber on the summit of Tocllaraju

Climb Ishinca (5,530m/18,138ft) & Tocllaraju (6,034m/19,791ft)

Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
Level: Basic/Intermediate (PD/AD)

The Ishinca valley close to Huaraz, is the perfect place to experience the Cordillera Blanca for the first time. Also the best place to develop your mountaineering skills.

The summit of Ishinca has panoramic views of the southern cordillera Blanca and is an ideal mountain to acclimate for higher climbs.

Mount Tocllaraju is a classic climb of the range and a great choice for your first 6,000 meter peak. The north ridge tests you with a few short sections of steeper climbing. But mostly you walk on a broad ridge with incredible views all around.

Climbers hiking up the snow slopes of Pumahuanca

Climb Pumahuanca (5,350m/17,548ft)

Duration: 2 Days / 1 Night
Level: Basic (PD)

Pumahuanca rises above the city of Urubamba in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The perfect peak if you are short on time but still want to get up a peak close to Cusco. This is a great climb for beginners, technically easy and a good workout over two days. You will enjoy this side trip from the busy tourist areas to see the Sacred Valley from above!