Take off altitude Cerro Sacro Chinchero: 3.850 masl. Minimum Group: 2 persons. Difficulty Level: Easy. For any person who is able to walk without problems, doesn´t have heart issues, and weighs below 100kg. Climate: Paragliding depends on climate to fly. If on your flying day there is no wind or appropriate conditions are not available, […]
Location: Santa Maria, where you start hiking, is 6 hours from Cusco. Duration: 4days/ 3 nights. Altitude: 1850 – 4350 m. / 6069 – 14271 ft. High-season: April – November Level Difficulty: Easy/moderate Adventure Rating: Exciting downhill bike ride and a jungle entry to Machu Picchu. You need to be sensitive to local customs & […]
Location: We offer you 3 options through the region of Lares, area located 2-3 hours from Cusco by car. Duration: 4days/ 3 nights. Altitude: 2850 – 4400 m. / 9350 – 14436 ft. Level Difficulty: Moderate Adventure Rating: although this route can be quite popular in high season, it still may entail a physical effort. Inca Trail […]
Type: Classic tour. Visited Places: Maras, Moray and Salineras. Departures: Every day from 09:00 am. Until 17:00 hrs. Duration: Full Day. Level Difficulty: Easy. Group Size: Maximum group size 12. Pickup location: Pick up at centrally located hotels in Cusco. Drop off location: Drop off at centrally located hotels in Cusco. Price: US$ HIGHLIGHTS: Moray […]
Type: Rafting. Location: Cusco Destinations: Cusipata River, Urubamba River. Departures: All Year, class III. Duration: Full Day. Pickup location: Pick up at centrally located hotels in Cusco. Drop off location: Drop off at centrally located hotels in Cusco. Price: US$ HIGHLIGHTS: Cusipata River. Urubamba River. OVERVIEW: The Urubamba River runs from the high Andean ranges […]
The Rainbow Mountain of Cusco – Peru, also known as Vinicunca, is stunning and can be seen on the spectacular Ausangate. Ausangate mountain itself is considered a holy mountain (or mountain spirit) by local Peruvians and is the deity of Cusco. Since pre-Inca times the mountain has been a place of worship and offerings and this tradition continues today. […]
The famous Salkantay Trek (or Salcantay Trek), named among the 25 best Treks in the World, by National Geographic Adventure Travel Magazine, is a trek open to everybody, with no limitation on spaces or permits (at least for now).