Trekking in Cusco

Hiking through the paths traveled by the Incas is an experience that will mark your life forever.
In Cusco you can walk the jungle on foot, climb mountains, snowy mountains and travel different Inca roads.
You will also discover wonderful landscapes, buildings still hidden among the vegetation and connect more closely with the energy of majestic places chosen as settlements by ancient civilizations.
We present a variety of activities for hiking.
Choose the route you like best, evaluate its difficulty and the time required to do it.
Start your own adventure and let yourself be surprised along it.

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Learn about the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and join the most famous tour of Cusco, Peru.

Huayna Picchu Mountain

The Huayna Picchu Mountain is in front of Machu Picchu. Travelers ascend to the top to appreciate the sacred city in all its splendor.

Inca Jungle

Inca Jungle Trek is one of the alternative roads to Machu Picchu. Special for those who like adventure and nature.

Lares trek

During the excursion in Lares you can see snowy mountains, sub tropical valleys, lagoons, Inca vestiges and thermal medicinal waters.

Jardines de Mandor

The Jardines de Mandor is a natural reserve where you can see the most diverse flora and fauna, such as birds, plants, flowers, butterflies, among others.

Salkantay Mountain

The snowy Salkantay represents one of the highest peaks in the Peruvian Andes mountain range. It is considered an Apu.

Ausangate Mountain

The Ausangate is located in the Vilcanota mountain range and represents the highest snow in the Cusco region.

Manu National Park

The Manu National Park, World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve, presents the greatest biological diversity of the entire planet.

Putucusi Mountain

The Putucusi mountain is located in Machu Picchu. The landscape from its top is majestic.