Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu 4D/3N (Cabañas and Domes)

Type of Service
Customized Private Tour
Difficulty
Challenging
Frequency
The whole year
Availability
Every day

Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu 4D/3N

The Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is considered to be of the 25 best treks in the world by National Geographic. The Salkantay pass at 4,650 meters, has been a highlight for hikers on the way to Macchu Picchu the world over, and is the best alternative to the Inca Trail for hikers wanting to reach the Lost City of the Incas.

The 4 day trail takes you on an epic journey through snow-capped glacial mountains to Amazonian jungle valleys, concluding in the town of Aguas Calientes, the official home of Machu Picchu.

Look no further to begin your Salkantay adventure of a lifetime!

 

Places to visit :

  • Soraypampa
  • Humantay Lake
  • Salkantay Mountain
  • Loreta La Playa
  • Hidroelectrica
  • Machu Picchu
  • Huayna Picchu
  • Aguas Calientes
From $738 / per person
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Duration 4 Days - 3 Nights
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Itinerary

  • 5am pick up from hotel in Cusco
  • 2.5-hour drive from Cusco to Mollepata
  • Restaurant breakfast in Mollepata
  • 30 min drive from Mollepata to Challacancha
  • 3-hour hike from Challacancha to Soraypampa
  • Lunch at camp in Soraypampa (made by our chef)
  • 90 min hike up the mountain to Laguna Humantay
  • 1-hour descent back down to Soraypampa camp
  • Dinner made by our chef and night sleeping in cabaña
  • 5am breakfast at camp in Soraypampa
  • 1-hour hike to the Salkantaypampa valley
  • 4-hour climb to the summit of Salkantay pass
  • 2-hour descent to lunch stop in Huayracmachay
  • 4-hour hike through the rainforest to Chaullay
  • 1-hour drive to camp in Loreta (arrive 6pm)
  • Dinner made by our chef and night sleeping in dome
  • Breakfast at ecolodge in Loreta La Playa
  • Coffee making experience in local plantation
  • Lunch at ecolodge in Loreta La Playa
  • 90 minute drive to Hidroelectrica
  • 3-hour hike along the railway line
  • Stop at Intihuatana archaeological site
  • Arrive at Aguas Calientes in the afternoon
  • Dinner and hotel stay in Aguas Calientes
  • Breakfast in hotel in Aguas Calientes
  • 30 minute bus journey to Machu Picchu
  • 3-hour guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • 30 minute bus journey to Aguas Calientes
  • Lunch in restaurant in Aguas Calientes
  • 1-hour 45 min train to Ollantaytambo
  • 2-hour drive (private car) to Cusco
  • 6:30pm arrival at hotel in Cusco

DAY 1 – Cusco – Mollepata – Challacancha – Soraypampa – Laguna Humantay (Cabañas)

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The Salkantay tour starts with pick up at 5am from your hotel in Cusco.

Your private transportation will take you on a 2.5 hour drive through the lush valley of the Apurímac River, until we reach the mountain town of Mollepata at 2,803 m / 9,200 ft. Here you will stop for a hearty breakfast at a local restaurant in the town square, before continuing on to the start of the hike.

After breakfast, you will be transported a further 30 minutes up the valley to the start of the hike at Challacancha. From here you’ll say goodbye to your driver, load the horses up with your belongings, and follow your guide along the mountain trail for 3-hours until you reach the campsite at Soraypampa at 3,850 m / 12,631 ft.

After a freshly prepared lunch, made by our personal chef, you will leave your belongings at camp and ascend up the mountain trail for 1-hour until you reach the turquoise waters of Humantay Lagoon at 4,180 m / 13,714 ft. On a clear day, the glacial waters of the lake reflect the breathtaking snow capped peak of the Humantay mountain that towers above. Once you have soaked up your moment with Humantay, your guide will lead you back down the valley to enjoy a hot cup of coca tea at the camp in Soraypampa.

In the evening, the chef will prepare dinner at camp, whilst you enjoy the beautiful stars of the southern sky and embrace the energy of the surrounding Andes mountains. And when you are ready, you will return to your comfortable cabaña for the night to sleep.

  •  Food : Lunch and Dinner
  •  Walking Distance : 10 Km / 6.21 mi
  •  Starting Altitude : 3,800 m / 12,467 ft
  •  Accommodation : Cabañas at 3,900 m / 12,795 ft
  •  Difficulty : Challenging
  •  Highest Altitude : 4,200 m / 13,780 ft

DAY 2 – Soraypampa – Salkantay Pass – Wayracpunku – Chaullay – Loreta La Playa (Geodesic Domes)

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Day 2 will begin with breakfast at the Soraypampa camp, prepared fresh by our personal chef.

After breakfast, you will embark on the most challeging day of the salkantay trek to Machu Picchu. Beginning with a leisurely 1-hour stroll through the valley until you reach the foot of the mountain at Salkantaypampa. Here you will have one last opportunity for a toilet break before the path ascends up the mountainside to the Salkantay Pass. For the following 4-hours, you will zigzag up the trail until you arrive the summit at 4,650 m / 15,252 ft. Although the climb will be difficult, you are welcome to take as many breaks as you need, and the views from the top are definitely worth the hike! From the summit you can happily find yourself a quiet corner to rest, and embrace the snow-capped peak of Salkantay as it towers above you at a whopping 6,217 m / 20,717 ft!

After completing the highest point of the 5-day trek, you will descend down the other side of the mountain for 2-hours until your feet discover flat ground again, and the lunch stop at Huayracmachay. Delightfully, your chef will be waiting with hot tea to warm your chilly bones and a delicious lunch to re-energise you for the afternoons’ trek.

After lunch, the surrounding egology begins to change as you leave behind the treeless highlands of the glacial mountains and journey down into lush green tropical valleys. The afternoons hike through the Chaulley Valley will bring with it cloud forests, river crossings, and tropical vegetation. At around 5pm, you’ll arrive at the town of Chaulley at 2,900 m / 9,514 ft, where you transport will be waiting to take you to your Geodesic Dome overlooking the river in Loreta La Playa.

  •  Food : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  •  Walking Distance : 22 Km / 13.67 mi
  •  Starting Altitude : 3,900 m / 12,795 ft
  •  Accommodation : Geodesic Domes at 2,900 m / 9,514 ft
  •  Difficulty : Challenging
  •  Highest Altitude : 4,630 m / 15,190 ft

DAY 3 – Loreta La Playa – Santa Teresa – Hydroelectrica – Aguas Calientes (Hotel 3***)

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Day 3 will begin with breakfast at the Ecolodge in Loreta, prepared fresh by our personal chef.

After breakfast, you will have an opportunity to get to know the local area, in particular a coffee plantation located alongside the Salkantay River. Here you will learn about the cultivating, harvesting and processing of local coffee beans, finishing with a refreshing coffee tasting session. On your way back to camp, you will also pass by a variety of other plantations such as coca, tea, bananas, passion fruit, avocado and papaya.

After exploring the abundance that the tropical valley has to offer, you will return to camp for a freshly cooked lunch before departing by car along the 90 minute drive to Hydroelectrica at 1,900 m / 6,233 ft. From here you will begin the afternoons’ 3-hour hike along the train tracks that run adjacent to the Urubamba river. Along the way, you will take a breif stop at the Intihuatana archaeological site, which is home to an ancient sundial once treasured by the Inca empire.

Once you have followed the railway line to its natural end, you will find yourself in the town of Aguas Calientes or Machu Picchu town. After checking into your hotel, you will be treated to a well deserved dinner in a local restaurant and a comfortable bed for the night at the foot of the iconic Machu Picchu!

  •  Food : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  •  Walking Distance : 10 Km / 6.21 mi
  •  Starting Altitude : 2,900 m / 9,514 ft
  •  Accommodation :  Hotel at 2,040 m / 6,692 ft
  •  Difficulty : Moderate
  •  Highest Altitude : 2,900 m / 9,514 ft

DAY 4 – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Ollantaytambo – Cusco

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After taking breakfast in your hotel, your guide will meet you at reception and escort you the bus station where you will board the tourist bus to Machu Picchu. The scenic route from Aguas calientes takes you on a 30 minute bus ride up the mountainside to the entrance of the Inca citadel. Once inside, you will be taken on a 3-hour tour of Machu Picchu, journeying through its rich history, as you make your way through the Inca city with your personal tour guide. Aswell as visting the famous sites of the temple of the sun, the central plaza and the stepped terraces, you will have plenty opportunity to take the bucket list photos you came for atop the panoramic viewpoint of Machu Picchu.

Before boarding the bus back down the mountain, your guide will also allow you time to explore the mysteries of the sanctuary alone.

Once you have regrouped with your guide and taken the bus back to Aguas Calientes, there will be time to take lunch in one of Machu Picchu towns’ many restaurants (optional extra), before boarding the train back to Ollantaytambo. There you will be greeted by your guide and private transportation who will take you on the 2-hour drive back to your hotel in Cusco. Arrival time in Cusco is approximatley 6.30pm.

*There will also be time to climb Huayna Picchu mountain or Machu Picchu mountain in this tour after your guided tour of the Inca citadel. However please be aware, this will be an extra cost of $70 USD per person and will involve an extra 2-hours hiking. Return to Cusco will therefore be aboard a later train and arrival time in Cusco will be approx 8.30pm.*

  •  Food : Hotel Breakfast
  •  Walking Distance : Around Machu Picchu
  •  Starting Altitude : 2,720 m / 8,924 ft
  •  Transportation : Train and private car back to Cusco
  •  Difficulty : Easy

Included

  • 6:00pm Briefing at your hotel in Cusco the night before the trek
  • Pick up from hotel in Cusco
  • Private transport from Cusco to Challacancha 
  • Professional English/Spanish speaking tour guide
  • Entrance ticket to Humantay and Machu Picchu
  • One duffle bag for your personal belongings
  • Rucksack raincovers and a rain poncho
  • Muleteers & horses to carry tents, food, cooking equipment : 7kg per person
  • 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners, 3 tea time (All prepared by our chef)
  • Vegetarian/vegan and special diets requested
  • Hot coca tea brought to you every morning in your tent
  • 1 litre of boiled water per person – given after breakfast to refill water bottles
  • Hot drinks – coca tea, coffee & tea at meal times
  • Satellite phones incase of emergency during the hike
  • Transport to Chaullay – Loreta Playa – Hidroelectrica
  • Round trip bus ticket : Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes
  • Train ticket : Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo
  • Private transport from Ollantaytambo to Cusco
  • 3-hour guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • 1 night in our Cabañas in Soraypampa
  • 1 night in our Geodesic Domes in Loreta
  • 1 night hotel in Aguas Calientes (inc. breakfast)
  • Oxygen and first aid kit

Not Included

  • Food not included in the itinerary
  • Breakfast in Mollepata on first day
  • Lunch in Aguas Calientes on fourth day
  • Sleeping Bag : Can rent from agency : $ 25 USD for entire trip
  • Trekking Poles : Can rent from agency : $ 20 USD for entire trip
  • Hike to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain : $ 70 USD (upon client request)
  • Optional entrance to thermal baths in Aguas Calientes (S / .10 soles)
  • Emergency horses along the trail if unable to hike
  • Gratuities / Tips for the guide, porters and cook

Recommendations to bring

  • Original passport – expiration date no less than 7 months
  • Valid Student ID card (if student booking)
  • Good quality walking boots or shoes
  • Good quality sleeping bag for cold temperatures
  • Trekking poles – can be rented at agency
  • Sandals for down time (very important)
  • Baselayers of varying temperatures, especially for the night
  • Thermals, gloves, scarves, wooly hat
  • Good quality trekking socks to avoid blisters
  • Raincoat or long poncho (for rainy season)
  • Waterproof trousers (for rainy season)
  • Long sleeve shirts
  • Long trousers
  • Shorts suitable for hiking
  • Wide-brimmed hat – UPV is strong at altitude
  • Canteen water bottle as you should drink plenty of fluid on the trail
  • Headlamp/Torch (very important)
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Medicine/personal effects (eg. contact lense liquid)
  • Personal First Aid Kit
  • Camera or phone camera
  • Portable battery charger
  • Toilet paper (not usually found on trail)
  • Small travel towel
  • Cash/coins – small denominations – soles & dollars
  • Swimming suit for the thermal baths in Aguas Calientes (optional)

Price and Options

OPTION 1
$738 REGULAR PRICE 820 PER PERSON
PRIVATE SERVICE
“BASED ON DOUBLE ROOM”
HOTEL CATEGORY 3 ***

(Groups or Families of 2 to 3 people)

OPTION 2
$630 REGULAR PRICE 700 PER PERSON
PRIVATE SERVICE
“BASED ON DOUBLE ROOM”
HOTEL CATEGORY 3 ***

(Groups or Families of 4 to 5 people)

OPTION 3
$540 REGULAR PRICE 600 PER PERSON
PRIVATE SERVICE
“BASED ON DOUBLE ROOM”
HOTEL CATEGORY 3 ***

(Groups or Families of 6 to 8 people)

Packing List

ESSENTIAL ITEMS:

  • Original Passport
  • VALID STUDENT ID CARD (if booked as a student)
  • Immigration card (delivered on the airport upon entering Peru)
  • Good quality backpack (medium sized)
  • Water storage bottle or canteen: Camelbak bottles are recommended, but all need to be sufficient to hold 1-2 litres
  • Comfortable shoes, preferably light with good soles (waterproof goretex for rainy seasons)

FOR YOUR BAGGAGE:

The horses and the train have a luggage limit of 7kg. We therefore recommend only bringing essentials with you to Machu Picchu.

  • 4 Long sleeve shirts
  • 4 Breathable t-shirts
  • 4 Sets of underwear
  • 4 Pairs of socks
  • 2 Hiking trousers
  • 2 Shorts (suitable for hiking)
  • 2 Fleece
  • 1 Waterproof coat and pants (for rainy seasons)
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat
  • Sandals – In case you want to visit the hot springs in Machu Picchu town
  • Small quick-drying travel towel
  • Portable battery charger for your phone and cameras

TOILETRIES:

  • Sunscreen
  • Facial moisturiser
  • Insect repellent
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Wet wipes
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Toilet paper
  • Personal medication
  • First aid kit: band-aids, moleskin, etc

ITEMS TO TAKE INSIDE MACHU PICCHU:

We recommend taking a backpack into the citadel, however please be aware that bags of more than 25 liters will not be allowed. Larger backpacks will need be stored outside the gates of the citadel.

  • Water canteen:
  • Sun hat
  • Rain clothes
  • Camera or phone camera
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Toilet paper and a small plastic bag for waste
  • Extra money for souvenirs, drinks, and tips

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Additional Information

  • Extra tickets will need to be purchased to climb Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain
  • There are limited number of spaces available per day, so we recommend requesting booking the tickets in advance
  • Once the mountain tickets are sold out for that day, there are no options available for extra tickets
  • The cost to climb the Huaynapicchu or Machu Picchu mountain is $ 70 USD per person. This will be added to the total cost
  • Those hiking Inca Trail that wish to do Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain, will also be charged an extra $ 70 USD
  • IMPORTANT: Before requesting tickets to the Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain, check availability by contacting us!
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  • Departure dates: We have groups for the Salkantay trek every day of the year. But it is more advisable to make this trek between the months of April to December, since the months of January, February and March are the rainy seasons in Cusco.
  • WHY CHOOSE MACHU PICCHU VIAJES PERU?
    • We are a local tour operator based in Cusco with 15 years of experience as a Tour operator 100% Cusquenian Company.
    • We have all the Authorizations and licensed by the Peruvian government as proof that we are an official tour operator.
    • We have the Best Tour guides (Fluent in English and Spanish): We are so proud of our guides! They are highly professional, licensed and degrees by the Peruvian government and speak fluent English and Spanish. They are very knowledgeable and passionate about Incan heritage and history.  Our guides are dedicated to continuous personal and professional development. They do research to ensure that you receive accurately and recognized theories in Incan and Andean cultures.
    • Small groups & Personalized and High-quality service (Customized Private Tour), This fact alone sets us apart from other companies that operate departures with bigger groups.
    • No hidden prices or Surprises/ We Never Pass you onto another operator as most travel agencies do here. We will depart even if you are a group of 02 persons (Departure of tours is 100% guaranteed).
    • We never share services with other companies as most travel agencies do here to Minimize cost
    • We are a Sustainable and eco-friendly tour company, Machu Picchu Viajes Peru has always believed that we should “give back” to the communities we pass through on our treks. Therefore, as part of our commitment to responsible tourism, we socially support and employ these communities.
    • We are committed to social projects and improving living conditions for the children of Peru.
    • Our dream as a locally based company is to create small personalized tours & treks strictly and only operated by local professional staff catering to Personalized and High-quality service.
    • We treat our team of porters the best with a HOUSE for them to sleep in and proper equipment, wages, and health insurance for everyone
    • Master Chefs The best in the Cusco region
    • The food provided on our treks is the best( buffet Style and plenty of food)
    • The best Equipment for the Inca Trail and alternative treks.
    • Our tourist transports are exclusively for our services, which are completely reliable, comfortable, safe and with all the necessary authorizations.

    “Machu Picchu Viajes Perú” We know how important it is to trust a trustworthy honest operator to create the adventure of a lifetime while in Peru. Take a look at our reviews and certificates of excellence in ( Tripadvisor )

Where does the tour start and end?
  • All ours tours begins with the pick up to the tourists at the door of their hotels “We pick up to our clients from any hotel located in the city of Cusco”, We recommend to stay close to the historical center of the city of Cusco, it will make it easier to find your hotel.
  • All our tours ends at the door of the hotels, it means the tours will finish with transfer to your respective hotel located in Cusco.
How to prevent altitude sickness?
  • The altitude sickness or soroche can cause you some discomfort during your visit such as dizziness, fatigue or nausea. Try to avoid alcoholic beverages and fatty foods before the visit.
  • To reduce symptoms, try to acclimatize yourself one day before to the altitude of the city of Cusco. We recommend to drink infusions of coca leaf (natural plant used by the Incas) is an excellent option to avoid the actitude sickness.
How is the accommodation?
  • For all the tours which include hotels. We offer hotels of 3* and 4* category, it has spacious and comfortable rooms, bathrooms, hot showers and bueffet breakfast. If the tourist like, you can change the accommodation to a better service. You just have to request it via email for an additional cost.
Which season is the best time to visit Cusco and Machu Picchu?
  • The dry season months between April to December are the best time to come and visit Cusco. During those days the possibility of rain is very little, so the roads are not swampy and the landscapes can be better to enjoy and takes the best pictures. On the other hand, the months with the most rain are January, February and March.
What are the coldest months in Cusco Peru?
  • The coldest season in Cusco are in the months from May to July. During this time the sun is strong in the day, but once it goes down or you spend much time in the shade, it can get very cold. It can go below zero at night, so warm clothes and Jackets are necessary to bring during these months.
How long in advance can I request the tour?
  • We recommend to purchase the tours weeks or months in advance, this because the train and Machu Picchu tickets has a limit of spaces, dont wait until the lust minute to book your tour, other ways you will not be able to find spaces.
During the trip to Machu Picchu, where the big luggages will stay?

The train company that operates to Machu Picchu does not allow the traveler to carry a suitcase that weighs more than 7 kilograms. To go up and visit the city of Machu Picchu, it is recommended to carry a light and small backpack for your convenience; the rest of the luggages you can leave them without any problem at the storage of your hotel in Cusco, or you can also leave at our office in Cusco city, we have an storage too.

Very Important in case you want to book the Inca trail to Machu Picchu:
  • CLASSIC INCA TRAIL 4 DAYS: If you want to book the Classic Inca Trail 4 days, you must to book early to get your desired date. Depending on the month you prefer to do the hike, you may need to book 6 months or more in advance, the limit of spaces for the inca trail 4 days is 100 people per each day.
  • SHORT INCA TRAIL: If you are booking the 1 or 2 day Inca Trail, it is preferred that you also book in advance, however 2 to 4 month in advance would be good, the limit of spaces for the short inca trail is 200 people per each day.
When is the best season to hike the Inca Trail?
  • The best time of year to do the inca trail is between May to October, with August and September being the best months of all. The trail is dry and the weather is lovely. During the rainy season between November to April  the trail will be wet and can make it more difficult.

What will you live in the Salkantay Trek and Machu Picchu 4 Days

  • We will take a tour of one of the 25 best tours in the world by National Geographic.
  • We will have a tour to the beautiful Humantay Lagoon and the Salkantay snow-capped peak.
  • We will enjoy unique nights in the luxury domes.
  • We will have a spectacular change of microclimates during the tour full of Flora and Fauna.
  • You will enjoy a new Machu Picchu route designed exclusively by our agency.

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At Machu Picchu Viajes Perú our goal is to create the best possible experience for all our clients. Proof of our effort are our recommendations.

Cameron C
Cameron C
25/04/2023
Lovely trip Absolutely amazing trip with this group... and I suggest Sandro with everything, he was beyond knowledgeable and helpful past where he had to or most would, if you are booking tours in peru for any type of trip use this
Sergio F
Sergio F
20/04/2023
Machu Picchu 2023 El tour con la guía Tatiana estuvo excelente, Tatiana se supo adaptar al grupo, sus explicaciones fueron muy claras y didácticas.Muy recomendable!!
Fabian L
Fabian L
20/04/2023
Hermosa visita. Didactica y amena Muy amable, paciente y didáctica. Una hermosa experiencia. Hermoso paseo.Fuimos con amigos y disfrutamos mucho todas las explicaciones historicas
Mariano L
Mariano L
20/04/2023
60's group-birthday celebration at Machu Picchu We were a group of 7 friend celebrating our 60th's in Cusco. Tatiana, the appointed guide, approached us the day before the visit to brief us about the tour and to align expectations. Tatiana showed a deep knowledge, big patience and a great sense of humor in dealing with 7 big boys. She is the main responsible in makung our visit to Machu Picchu a wonderful and unforgettable experience.
Chuangyi L
Chuangyi L
23/03/2023
Meaningful and fantastic experience The tour guide is bravo and patient, and yet knowledgeable. He will answer all the questions related to the local culture if you do that. And the schedule is not tired at all but overall it is satisfying. Great memory and meaningful experience at Peru.
Gordon
Gordon
23/03/2023
Great experience with Sandro Sandro is the best tour guide I’ve ever met. He can explain every question you ask and he is passionate at his work. Gorgeous experience!
Stella Z
Stella Z
17/03/2023
Beichen Zhai This is a very very very gooooood and amazing trip with Domingo and Benjamin. They are professional, kind, friendly, and knowledgeable! They care about us everyday . If I have chance to be with my parents come Cusco again I will definitely choose this agency! I really hope that one day we will meet!!!
Regina M
Regina M
14/03/2023
Tour Valle Sagrado, Moray y Machu Picchu Contrate con la agencia el tour Valle Sagrado, Moray y Machu Picchu y el servicio fue excelente, me brindaron un tour privado y estuvo genial. La atención que me brindaron por WhatsApp fue muy buena resolvieron mis dudas y estuvieron al pendiente de todo.El transporte en excelentes condicones, limpio y el chofer Edwin muy amable.El guía Saul nos brindó una excelente atención e información, nos explico con detalle cada punto del recorrido, aprendimos mucho de los lugares que visitamos.Nos sentimos muy seguras en todo el recorrido.Recomiendo la agencia ya que cumplen con lo que solicitas y ofrecen.
Papla
Papla
10/03/2023
¡Increíble experiencia en el tren! Tuvimos la increíble oportunidad de viajar en el tren Expedition con show de canto y baile en vivo.Nuestro guía Juan Carlos fue muy amable y paciente en Machu picchu.Lo recomiendo al 100%.
Patricia B
Patricia B
23/01/2023
Empresa y guías súper, súper, súper recomendables!!!! Fue una experiencia única!!!! En estos dos días hemos conocido muchísimos restos arqueológicos de la civilización Inca y sobre su historia. Los guías Sandro y Benjamin son dos genios!!!! Todo el tiempo estuvieron a nuestro lado, atentos a nuestros requerimientos y siempre dispuestos a dar un poco más. Nos fuimos con la sensación de haber aprendido muchísimo y de haber conocido a full el Cusco. Son 1000% recomendables!!!!

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