Machu Picchu Treks
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Treks - 2023
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In Machu Picchu Peru Tours we give you the best options for adventure tourism through treks and treks that will allow you to learn more about our country, you can make the different treks. Ausangate Trek, Lares Trek, Salkantay Trek, Inca Jungle, Choquequirao Trek, etc.
Do you want to customize your trek? Our Cusquenian hostesses will give you all the information you need. We are a 100% Cusquenian company located in the center of Cusco, all our routes have excellent prices and no hidden commissions.
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FAQs about our Treks
The Salkantay Trek is one of the treks that can be found in the region of Cusco, Peru. It has a distance of 75 km and 4600 masl. It is a bit of a tough trek, compared to the other trekking options in the area.
The Salkantay Trek is not dangerous, but you should always have the guidance of a travel agency to better inform you about your destination.
The archeological site of Choquequirao is located on the Salkantay snow-capped mountain, on the Apurimac River, in the district of Santa Teresa, province of La Convención.
The archaeological site of Choquequirao is located at 3,035 meters above sea level. The climate is similar to that of Cusco so it is advisable to acclimatize and not suffer from altitude sickness during the hike. It should be noted that the road to Choquequirao is warm due to the Apurimac Canyon.
Huchuy Qosqo has a series of stone buildings, as well as agricultural terraces surrounding the site, used by the Incas to cultivate crops while living there. Its impressive irrigation system demonstrates the skill that the Incas had in hydraulic engineering.
Cusco has two climatic seasons: the dry season and the rainy season. The dry season occurs between April and October, and the driest months are June, July and August, the latter months of greater influx of people.
To make the trek to Salkantay, you can bring the following:
- Rain poncho.
Hat or cap.
Medicine for altitude sickness or soroche.
Mask, sunscreen, alcohol gel to prevent the spread of covid.