Cusco has a geography where there are several routes for hiking from 1 day to more, leading to Machu Picchu and other attractive places that every tourist seeks to be in contact with nature and appreciate our beautiful geography. There are many options for adventure lovers that our company offers.
Adventure lovers will find the Andes of Cusco the ideal trekking, camping, and mountain climbing. Peru’s highlands do fill with over 15,000 lakes and lagoons, snow-capped mountains over 6,000 meters high, the world’s deepest canyons, rural valleys, and picturesque villages. Cuzco’s mountains and rivers offer unprecedented opportunities for canoeing, rafting, magnificent mountain biking trails, and high winds on mountain cliffs for hang gliders and paragliders.
It does recommend hiring the services of an experienced agency and always counting on local guides’ support. There are trekking and adventure companies that offer these circuits from their headquarters in Cuzco, which will advise you and allow the safe practice of the sport of your choice.
They can also provide you with all the necessary equipment and logistics.
The city of Cusco does locate at 3,300m. one of the main destinations in the world for lovers of culture, adventure, and nature. Cusco most visited tourist destination in Peru, Cusco magical place the city of the Incas Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, Sacred Valley of the Incas,
The history of the city of Cusco dates back to pre-Inca times; when the Incas arrived in the region, they found a town that served as their empire. The Inca constructions stand preserved in a better way.
When the Incas arrived, it was the Inca Pachacutec who, after his victory over the Chankas ethnic group, began the reconstruction and remodeling of the city of Cusco, which took about 40 years.
Peru is a true paradise for hikers. The entire highlands, including valleys, plateaus, and mountain ranges, harbor varying degrees of difficulty trekking circuits.
Only some of the circuits have been “discovered” as commercial trekking routes. The rest remain unexplored, awaiting anyone who wishes to travel the magical paths of the Peruvian Andes. With its outstanding network of pre-Columbian trails and its more than 12,000 lakes, with the deepest canyons on Earth, glaciers and snow-capped peaks, forests and waterfalls, beautiful villages, and, above all, the most hospitable people imaginable.
There are roads so steep that they get lost in breathtaking abysses; zigzagging like giant snakes moving through the mountain ranges; flat and so long that they seem to get lost in the immensity of the desert; hidden and invisible among the thick vegetation of the Amazonian forests.
Peru’s trails offer countless possibilities and, of course, more than one ideal combination for hikers of all levels of demand and experience.