Offers the best views of the valley, people of the Andes, different peaks, the camps will be gaps in communities where we can appreciate beauty of panoramic views, each day crossing an alternative route to the classic Inca Trail.
Visit colorful Andean communities and know their friendly and hospitable people who live surrounded by stunning mountains. Steps will cross over 4000 meters will begin with a visit to the relaxing hot springs in Lares s and end with the visit to santuary to Machu Picchu.
PROGRAM 4 Days / 3 Nights.
DAY 1: (Cusco- Lares-huaca wasi (3350 – 3200 – 3600m.s.n.m)
Pick up from hotel at 6:30am and we continue by bus to LARES aprox 3 hours will be arriving at 12:00 pm. In this town we will visit to the medicine hot springs of Lares we have a delicious lunch. After the walk will begin enjoying the beautiful places of the village of HUACAWASI where we have dinner and camp.
DAY 2: (Huaca wasi-abra ispay cocha-patacancha-huilloc (3600 – 4400 – 3800 - 3500m.s.n.m)
Early in the morning after breakfast we start our walk, enjoying the beautiful scenery of the place, see gaps near the town of Patacancha, as well as meet its people, moving a little more affordable place to get our 2nd camp and dinner.
DAY 3: (Huilloc-puma marca-ollantaytambo-aguas calientes (3500 – 3300 – 2850 -2050m.s.n.m)
Breakfast. Then we continued our walk many small villages arrive at Pumamarka place containing stone buildings where we will visit with the guide, and later we will arrive at Ollantaytambo important place in times of Quechua then take the train from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes.
DAY 4: (Aguas calientes-Machupicchu-Cusco)
Aguas Calientes Machupicchu and in the afternoon return to Cusco.
• Camping equipment.
• Transportation from Cusco to Lares.
• Guide to English - Spanish.
• Horses for camping equipment.
• Train ticket Ollantaytambo - Aguascalientes - Cusco.
• Hostal in Aguas Calientes.
• Entrance to Machupicchu.
• Bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machupicchu.
• First breakfast.
• Last lunch.
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