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Highlights: The trek is an epic, sometimes challenging journey through the Peruvian Andes, and the destination is one-of-a kind. You?ll climb to a mountain pass at 4,200 meters or 13,780 feet, pause to take it breathtaking vistas, and arrive to Machu Picchu the way the Incas did nearly 600 years ago. Along the way you?ll learn about the history and culture of the Andes.
Highlights: Forget the Inca Trail and hike to Machu Picchu along the higher, more beautiful and less touristy Salkantay Trail! Discover a different side of the great Andes mountain range and get the most amazing views of the mountains by taking this alternative route to Machu Picchu.
Highlights: Experience life in mountain communities, mountain biking, rafting, hot springs and visit Machu Picchu archaeological site.
Highlights: This trek offers you variable mountain scenery, glacier lakes, flora and fauna and a peek into local life with all of these experiences culminating at the majestic Machu Picchu archaeological site.
Highlights: Visit the sacred Inca archaeological sites of Pisaq and Ollantaytambo and taste Peru?s finest traditional cuisine in the town of Urubamba on a Sacred Valley Day Trip. Make your way to Aguas Calientes on the Peru Rail surrounded by impressive views of the Urubamba River Valley. Explore Machu Picchu with a knowledgeable guide and return to the comfort of your hostel in Cuzco.
Highlights: This 4 day heart stopping adventure is the perfect combination of an adrenaline pumping 3,000 meter mountain biking descent followed by trekking into the backwoods of the Andes and passing through local villages to see the way of life in mountain communities such as Santa Teresa and Santa Maria. The ultimate ending to an excellent trip is the one and only Machu Picchu archaeological site.
Highlights: Hop on the Peru Railway for a relaxing and scenic journey from Cuzco all the way to Aguas Calientes where you will have plenty of time to enjoy this quaint mountain town and stretch your legs by walking to Mandor Waterfall or Putucusi Mountain followed by a relaxing dip in the spacious hot springs. The famous Inca citadel and "lost city" awaits you just up the hill from Aguas Calientes where a day of exploration with an English speaking guide will certainly be one of the most unforgettable experiences of your trip.