Hidden Choquequirao Journey – 8 days
Explore the two major archaeological sites in Cusco Choquequirao and Machu Picchu: This expedition will take you to two of the major archaeological sites in the Cusco Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. Choquequirao is located amongst the spurs of the Salkantay Mountain Range above the Valley of the river Río Apurímac. The entire complex encompasses 1,800 hectares of which 30-40% is uncovered. This extraordinary 8-day trekking expedition will lead trekkers to the major archaeological sites in Cusco; Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. Choquequirao (Chuqi K’iraw, Cradle of Gold) is a partly excavated city of the Inca also is called as sister of Machu Picchu.
Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu – 9 days
Choquequirao is considered as “the Last Refuge of the Incas”: The archaeological site of Choquequiraw is part of the complex system of Andean towns in Vilcabamba Valley. Today we can trek to Choquequirao via a modern footbridge across the Apurimac River. The journey is as awe-inspiring as ever, taking us through an astounding range of ecological zones, from Andean farming valleys, descending through a hot and arid canyon environment featuring kapok trees, cactus and agaves, and climbing again to a region of lush cloud forest, beneath the dizzying snowcaps of the Cordillera Vilcabamba.
Choquequirao “Sister of Machu Picchu” – 4 days
Amazing Trek to Choquequirao “Sister of Machu Picchu”: Choquequirao is much different than Machu Picchu Choquequirao sits in the saddle of a high Andean ridge (3033m/9948ft) above sea level and 1500m/4920ft above the roaring waters of the Apurimac River.
Choquequirao “Cradle of Gold” Trek – 5 days
Amazing Trek to Choquequiraw “Sister of Machu Picchu”: Choquequirao is much different than Machu Picchu Choquequirao sits in the saddle of a high Andean ridge (3033m/9948ft) above sea level and 1500m/4920ft above the roaring waters of the Apurimac River.