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Gold and New Wonder world
( 15 days and 14 nights )
This hightlight adventures tour
includes all the principals trekkings in Cusco. Lima, Ica,
Nazca, San Bahia San Fernando, Abancay, Cachora,
Choquequirau, Yanama Plateau, Jungle Trek, Machupicchu,
always surrounded by incredible adventures and natural
Intineray Day by Day:(B)= breakfast / (L)=
lunch / (D)= dinner
Cost by person in Double Ocupancy US$ 995 Each
one Minimum 5 people.
Day 1: Arrival Lima
Assistance on your arrival in Lima and transfer to your
selected hotel. Free time to rest and prepare for starting
your trip around this magical country. Overnight.
Day 2: Lima – Cusco. (B)
Early in the morning, transfer to airport to take a flight
Assistance on arrival in Cusco and transfer to your selected
hotel. Free time to take a short rest to be acclimatized to
In the afternoon, city tour of Cuzco visiting the Main
Square, the Cathedral and the Temple of the Sun or
Then, drive out of the city to visit the Inca sites of Kenko,
Tambomachay, Puca Pucara and the impressive fortress of
Sacsayhuaman, built strategically on a hill overlooking
Cusco; famous for its enormous carved stones joined with
astounding precision to form the outer walls. Some of these
stones stand over 9m / 30ft tall and weight over 350 tons.
Day 3: Cusco – Sacred Valley of the Incas (B) (L)
Excursion to the "Sacred Valley of the Incas", a succession
of picturesque towns, agricultural terraces and
archaeological sites. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays,
we´ll have the opportunity to bargain with vendors or stroll
at the Pisac's typical Indian market, with a catholic mass
service on Sunday (celebrated in Quechua, the native
language). Lunch at a local restaurant in the Sacred Valley.
In the afternoon pass through Calca and Urubamba towns to
arrive to the Inca Fortress and Citadel of Ollantaytambo,
which was built to guard the entry of this part of the
valley and protect it from enemies of the lower jungles;
consisting in a series of superimposed terraces of carved
stones accessed by long staircases. We will have the
opportunity to walk through the quaint streets of the nearby
town, religious and agricultural centre during the Inca
Empire, and get a clear idea of the military strategy
against possible invasions. On our way back to Cusco we will
visit the picturesque Andean village of Chinchero where the
remains of what was the royal hacienda of Tupac Inca
Yupanqui. Admire its well preserved Inca Wall at the Main
Square, visit the beautiful colonial temple built on Inca
foundations, with interesting frescoes on the portico. Back
to Cusco in the afternoon.
Day 4: Cusco - Cheqtak’cucho. (B) (L) (D)
You will be picked up from your hotel, leaving Cusco for
Ocongate for about eight hours in a dusty road arriving to
Cheqtak’ucho village in our private car (15,600 ft). Camping
Day 5: Cheqtak’cucho – Wallatapampa - Kiko'cucho – Abra.
(B) (L) (D)
We have breakfast early in the morning, and then you are
introduced to our local guide, an inhabitant of Hatun Qeros.
After preparing the equipment along with our support staff
we start our walk towards Wallatapampa. We go uphill along
the riverside, surrounded by herds of llamas, small
villages, houses made of stone and thatched roofs and
pastoral families that till the land. Then we walk down
towards Kikok'ucho where lunch is waiting for us. Later on,
we continue to the second pass through solitary and cloudy
landscapes, arriving at our second camping spot at about
5.00 pm. Here we camp and have dinner.
Day 6: Hatun Qeros. (B) (L) (D)
After breakfast we hit the trail, observing pastoral
children and herds of llama and alpacas. We walk down 12
kilometers until we arrive to the Hatun Qeros nation (9,500
ft) at around lunch time. At first sight, it’s a strange and
inhospitable place surrounded by an impressive landscape
between the mountains and the valley. Here you’ll be
introduced to the inhabitants of Qeros and then you’ll take
a rest and have lunch in a local family’s house. Afterwards
you can wander off and explore at your own pace around this
special place. At night we will have a traditional ceremony
called "Payment to the Earth" directed by our local guide,
where we present a gift or “despacho” to the Pachamama
(Mother Earth) and Apus (Spirits of the Mountains), where
you will feel a true connection with nature and the energy
that encircles this sacred place. Dinner and overnight in
Day 7: Qeros – Tandaña. (B) (L) (D)
At 7:30 AM starts our trekking to Tandaña, a village when
woman knit andean clothes by hand using the traditional
technic inherited from Incas. While passing Huilka Kunka
high-pass we will see condors flying around Huamanripa
Mountain (Nacion Q'ero god).
Day 8: Tandaña – Kallakancha – Cusco. (B) (L)
After breakfast we descend to Kallakancha for lunch and then
return to Cusco by bus. After transfer to your selected
Day 9: Cusco – machupicchu. (B) (L)
The day starts with an early morning rise to transfer to
Cusco train station for a three hour train journey to the
famous Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu, also known as "The Lost
City of the Incas". Arrive at Aguas Calientes station
followed by a 30-minute bus drive, climbing 6km of winding
road, to the incredible Machu Picchu. Upon arrival, we´ll
participate in a guided tour of the Citadel, visiting the
Main Plaza, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Sun
Dial(Intiwatana), the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the
Three Windows and various burial grounds.
After the tour you will have time to stroll around the
archaeological site at your leisure. Lunch in a restaurant
at Aguas Calientes town.
Late afternoon return to Cusco. Overnight at selected hotel
Day 10: Cusco - Lima. (B)
Early in the morning, transfer to airport to take a flight
to Lima and continue with next destination.
All hotel and lodge accommodations based on double
All transfers at arrival and departure of each
locality, assisted by professional personnel.
Land service as indicated in program.
All tickets and entrance fees to ruins, museums,
Excursion to Machu Picchu on Backpacker train.
Overnights in double rooms in mentioned or similar
Meals as indicated in the program.
Complete gear for trekking to Carabaya Mountain
(Professional speaking Spanish / English guide, two
people tents, muleteer, dining tent, first aid kit,
field cook, porters, horses and mules for carrie
Meals as specified in the itinerary.
International Domestic airfares, airport departure
taxes or visa fees, excess baggage charges,
additional nights during the trip due to flight
cancellations, alcoholic beverages or bottled water,
snacks, insurance of any kind, laundry, phone calls,
radio calls or messages, reconfirmation of flights
and items of personal nature, domestic flight
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