Enjoy some of the most exquisite views of of Machu Picchu and the high Andes mountain passes on a challenging high-altitude jungle trek through the…
Go on this 4-day adventure through the Andes on the famous Inca Trail to the amazing Machu Picchu.
The Lares biking tour is located east of Cusco. This journey is the perfect option if you are looking for something more off the beaten path than the…
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This was tough work, but really worthwhile. The mountain scenery was spectacular, and the highlights were the lake at the end of day one, and reaching the high point of the pass at 4600m on day two. A word of warning: you do need a reasonable level of fitness, and ideally to have spent a few days at altitude to acclimatise. I´m pretty fit and I´d been in Cusco for three days, but it was still really hard work at times. The last 11km on Day 4 was less interesting, as we walked along train tracks for most of it, so the scenery was worse, and the walking was more difficult. And Machu Picchu was one of the highlights of the trip. One disappointment was that we almost left without two of our group on the last day as the guides hadn´t checked who was in which group. Another annoyance was that there were a lot of small costs along the way - for a shower, toilet paper, the cooks, etc. It would have been a lot easier to combine everything.