Alternative Treks To Machu Picchu
Did you run out of available space for the Classic Inca Trail? Don’t worry here the best alternative treks that will captive you since the first step at the path. Some of the most popular and other less known but equally incredible! Discover Choquequirao, Lares Trek or Salkantay trek and if you are more adventurous, we suggest you the incredible experience at Inca Jungle. Every alternative trek will create a unique experience in your memory that will always be remembered with a smile.
Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, considered one of the best alternative treks according to NatGeo, and with a level of difficulty similar of the Classic Inca Trail, is a unique experience in the life !! This will be an exciting adventure for those who enjoy of be surrounded by nature and walk through beautiful landscapes with exceptional views.
Not many time? Machu Picchu Full Day, the quick way to explore Machu Picchu. If you do not have much time to be in Cusco, this option is the ideal for you. Enjoy its magic and also theunique and peculiar views of Machu Picchu. If you are lucky you can see some typical animals around the citadel as the adorable vizcachas.
Choquequirao, the Golden cradle, This place is considered the Twin of Machu Picchu, for the resemblance that they have each other, similar architecture and structural, is another of the destinations of the Machu Picchu road. Been a challenge trek, not many travelers choose this route but really it is one of the most incredible routes.
The Inca Jungle trek to Machu Picchu is by far the most adventurous trekking option in the Cusco region. It is also the most varied in terms of activities.
The ‘trek’ includes a massive downhill mountain biking experience, followed by possible river rafting on Grade III and IV rapids, jungle trekking, and optional zip-lining. It culminates with a visit to Machu Picchu.
The Cachicata Trek is one of the newest trekking routes on offer in the Cusco. Based in the area around Ollantaytambo the Cachicata trek takes you past high waterfalls, Inca ruins and beautiful scenery. The Cachicata trek is relatively easy compared to some of the others so it is a great option for less experienced trekkers. If you’re looking to get away from the crowds then this is the trek for you!
In the shadow of the Andes mountain range, hidden beneath tons of vegetation of the Amazon rainforest, lay one of Peru’s most incredible secret treasures. Vilcabamba was the last refuge of the Incas before their empire, the largest that existed in the Western Hemisphere, was destroyed by the Spaniards. So Do you imagine the sensation of been in the last place where Incas lived? Connect with our forefathers
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