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Choquequirao + Short Inca Trail & Machu Picchu – 7 Days

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Choquequirao + Short Inca Trail & Machu Picchu – 7 Days

Price from: $ 715.00 USD (See: Price List)

Have an adventure of a lifetime exploring via Choquequirao plus the Short Inca Trail and Machu Picchu for 7 Days! Get ready for unforgettable views, culture, and trekking.

Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail 7 Day

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail – Each camp and hiking route has its beauty of scenic landscape between the high Andean peaks, the Apurimac Canyon, and valleys until the Historic Sanctuary of Machu-Picchu. Enjoy your next vacation in remote places where fresh air emanates with landscapes that sweeten each walker. 07 Days Choquequirao trek to Machu Picchu IS FOR Hikers WITH EXPERIENCE!

Trek stunning mountains, lush forests, and pristine Incan ruins on this intensive journey – Trek along the stunningly beautiful Choquequirao Trek + the Short Inca Trail and Machu Picchu on this adventurous seven-day trek! Explore Peru’s stunning landscape!

If you’re looking for an adventure that combines breathtaking scenery and ancient history, the Choquequirao Trek and Short Inca Trail in Peru is a must-do. This trek will take you through remote Andean landscapes, lesser-known Incan ruins, and the iconic Machu Picchu. Get ready for an unforgettable journey.


Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail 7 Days Overview

Experience culture and nature with a 7-day guided trek along the Choquequirao & Short Inca Trail to reach Machu Picchu! An exciting adventure awaits you.

Day 1: Travel from Cusco to Capulilloc. HIKE to Chikisca
Day 2: Chikisca Camp to Choquequirao Ruins
Day 3: Trek from Choquequirao to Rio Blanco – Maizal
Day 4: Hike Maizal to Yanama Pass | Yanama to Lucmabamba by local car.
Day 5: Lucmabamba Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Pueblo
Day 6: Short Inca Trail – Inti Punku – Machu Picchu Pueblo
Day 7: Machu-Picchu guided tour and return to Cusco City

Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail Highlights:

  • Embark on a journey through the spectacular Andes and explore two of Peru’s most iconic sites: Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. This 7-day trek plus the Short Inca Trail is sure to be an unforgettable experience!
  • Follow this 7-day Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail Adventure to explore Machu Picchu! Hike through ancient ruins while admiring stunning landscapes and discovering the fascinating culture of Peru.
  • Trek the Choquequirao trek + Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 7 Days of vacation through the Andes. Read the experiences of previous travelers and share your experiences on TripAdvisor.


Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail Itinerary 

Embark on a journey through time with this incredible 7-day trek of Choquequirao & Short Inca Trail leading to Machu Picchu – the peak of pre-Columbian architecture in South America! Join us for an unforgettable experience!

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail -> DAY 1

Enjoy a vehicular trip from Cusco to Capuliyoc: From CAPILIYOC to CHIQUISCA, enjoy a spectacular hike to the APURIMAC canyon.

We start the trip from Cusco, leaving at 05:00 am to have enough time to complete the walk this day. We travel through the plains of Anta; we will descend through the Limatambo valley and cross the Apurímac region by the Cunyac bridge. We continue the trip passing through the town of Curahuasi at the height of the Sayhuite stone branch; we take the road to Cachora and Capulilloc. In Capulilloc, our horses and muleteers await us to start the adventure of hiking.

We prepare to start walking on the bridle path; the canyon views are unique for taking photos and videos. It does recommend bringing professional poles to walk this walk; This helps support our knees on descents and ascents. The route is remote hiking, and you must get a pair of poles!

We will pass through the properties of Capulilloc and Cocamasana until we reach our camp in CHIQUISCA. “Santa Rosa is in the middle of the mountain in front of our expedition.”

Informative note: Maybe we camped in the Chiquisca area; Our adventure guide will make these decisions according to the evolution and experience of the group of walkers.

Hiking data

Descent into the Apurimac canyon, we stopped by the small settlement of Chiquisca and set up camp for the night.

  • Vehicle trip start time: 05:00 “04 hours and 10 minutes approximately”
    • In the course of the journey, visit the Saywite monolith.
  • Private transfer to the beginning of the trail “from Cusco to Capuliyoc.”
  • Adventure distance: 08 km/ 4.9 miles.
  • 03 hours and a half of walking “all descent” recommended walking sticks
  • Campsite: Chiquisca
  • Hiking difficulty: Challenging.

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail -> DAY 2

Hike up the Apurimac canyon near the ruins of CHOQUEQUIRAO – Choquequirao Guided Tour.

When starting the walk early, We will have a fantastic walk covered by the nature of the jungle. Some streams on the route with a mini waterfall provide natural water to walkers “if they will collect natural water, it is important to filter or purify it.”

Well, dear adventurers, we started going up the zigzagged bridle path until we reached the small community of Marampata “in Marampata, there are several local stores to supply us with drinks or snacks for the following days.”

From Marampata, we will have incredible views of the Apurimac canyon and the current Andes. We continue the walk until we reach the foothills of the archaeological group of Choquequirao to have our camp.

During the afternoon, we will have a guided visit to Choquequirao; We will explore the area of the Inca platforms, the main square below and above, the Inca agricultural platforms, the temple of the condor, and the twin funeral system, ceremonial altars, etc.

Important data:

  • The start of the walk is at 05:00
  • Gap: 14 kilometers / 8.7 miles
  • The walking time is 08 hours, with additional time to visit the ruins of Choquequirao for approximately 02 hours.
  • Hiking difficulty level: Challenging
  • Choquequirao I.N.C. “We set up a base camp just before Choquequirao.”

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail -> DAY 3

We head towards the Río-Blanco ravine through the Choquequirao Pass, a remote and spectacular area with stunning scenic views.

On one of the fascinating days, we ventured to the valley and ravine of the white river; From Río Blanco, we hiked ascending in zigzag until we get the base camp of Maizal.

The walking activities start at 06:00 hours towards the Choquequirao pass (approximately 02 hours of walking). We continue descending for an average of 1 hour until we reach the Pinchaunuyuc ruins.

Pinchaunuyu – the Incas ruins are behind the archaeological group of Choquequirao. There are platforms in perfect condition used to plant agricultural products in the time of the Incas. Pinchaunuyoc did build in a remote and precise elevation area for visual and auditory communication with Maizal, Choquequirao, and other still unknown archaeological groups. The archaeological complex of Pinchaunuyoc has an Inca source of spring water. Those who camp in this area can stock up on fresh water, and hikers can fill their canteen with water to hydrate themselves since it is the only area with water until they reach the white river (RIO BLANCO).

After visiting the Pinchaunuyoc ruins, we continue our descent down the mountain until we reach the fresh waters of the Blanco River. Hikers can take a refreshing cold swim as the entire trek is hot, and splashing around in the river is satisfying. The last section of the walk is from the Río Blanco to Maizal, “03 hours of ascent through the mountain until reaching the base camp”.

Hiking behind the ruins of Choquequirao

  • Walking Distance: 18 km/ 11.2 miles
  • Approximate walking time: 08 hours
  • Camp location: Maizal
  • Expedition Difficulty: Challenging

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail -> DAY 4


We start the walk along the Inca Trail of Maizal that takes us to the Yanama pass or Victoria mines “05 hours of ascent into the jungle and the frozen zone of the Andes where the condor flies in its natural habitat between the valley and the Apurimac canyon.”

From San Juan Pass, we descend to the Yanama Andean community. At Yanama, we use a local transportation ride to Lucmabamba-Santa-Tereza. We will enjoy the gorgeous views of snow-capped mountains and the high Andes jungle along the way.

Description of the Andes and Jungle trek (Maizal to Lucmabamba)

  • Start time of the walk: 06 in the morning to save time and reach the finish line.
  • Trek distance: 13 km/9.68 miles “Maizal-Yanama”
  • Hours of walking between Maizal to Yanama: 04 hours.
  • Highest point: San Juan Pass 4,200 meters/12,779 feet
  • Local car: Yanama – Collpapampa – Lucmabamba (approximately 02 hours and 40 minutes of trip). The local vehicle can be a truck, a local combi, or any vehicle we find in the community; we will all adapt to Yanama transport.
  • Lucmabamba camp height: 3,522 meters/11,555 ft. Beautiful camp within the cloud forest and near the coffee plantations
  • Hiking difficulty: Challenging – Moderate

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail -> DAY 5

Enjoy a gradual ascent along the Lucmabamba Inca Trail towards the ruins of Llactapata; in the afternoon, we board the train from Hidroelectrica to Machu Picchu Pueblo.

Hike at the other end of the Inca trail from Lucmabamba to Llactapata and Hidroeléctrica. From the Llactapata ruins, we will have a first impressive view of Machu Picchu and its surrounding mountains. It is essential to detail that you will have the other photo of Machupicchu from the other end of the mountain the next day.

TRAIL INFORMATION: Hiking through the greenish zone of the buffer zone of the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu

  • The start time of the walk is at 06:00
  • Hike along the Inca Trail from Lucmabamba to the Llactapata Pass (approximately 02 hours)
    • Highest point: Llactapata PASS 3000 meters/9,842 feet.
  • Explore and walk through the Inca ruins of Llactapata with an impressive view of the ruins of Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu, and the mountain ranges of the Vilcabamba batholith.
  • Observe Machu Picchu in its first panoramic view from Llactapata, which is “really one of the best panoramic views.”
  • Trail distance: 10.2 km/6.3 miles
  • Trekking time: 05 hours of walking through the circuit; there is a pedestrian path.”
  • At 16:35 Train service from Hidroelectrica Train Statios to Machu Picchu Pueblo
  • Accommodation: Aguas Calientes “03-star hotel.”
  • Difficulty: Challenging/Moderate to Easy

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail -> DAY 6

Adventure along the Sacred Inca Trail to Inti Punku with a view of Machu Picchu from the east

We walk from Aguas Calientes following the train track “be careful with the trains.” Upon reaching kilometer 104 of the railroad, “two hours of walking,” we will officially enter the network of the Inca Trail through the Sacred Trail; We ascend until we reach the archaeological group of Wiñaywayna and Intipunku. In the afternoon, we will observe the last Inca citadel preserved during the previous centuries. Having several alternatives for the panoramic views of Machu Picchu is one of the best adventure options starting in Choquequirao. This site is considered the sister citadel of this majestic Inca citadel.

Hiking data

  • Start time of the walk: 05:30
  • Inca Ruins to explore: Choquesuysuy, Chachabamba, Wiñaywayna, Intipunku (Sun Gate)
  • Height of the start of the walk: 2,100 meters/6,900 feet.
  • Gap: 16 kilometers / 9.9 miles
    • Aguas Calientes to KM 104: 02 hours of walking
    • KM 104 – Inti Punko – Machu Picchu: 05 hours of hiking
  • Hike Max Elevation: 2,730m/ 8,792ft. (Intipunku)
  • Accommodation: 03 Star Hotel “A.C.”
  • Hiking Difficulty: Moderate.

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail -> DAY 7

Guided tour of the Inca architectural wonder of Peru, “Machupicchu.”

The Incas trekked the Andes for centuries to reach remote parts of South America. Today we have the most significant exploration of the entire trip and vacation. We start the bus trip to the spectacular Machu Picchu, seen from the Inca viewpoint house in all its splendor. The guided tour will lead us to understand the motives and reasons why the Incas chose to live in this rugged area of the jungle. The majestic Inca citadel was built entirely with granite stone.

After the guided tour with our adventure guide, we returned by bus to Aguas Calientes to start the return trip by train to Cusco.

  • Breakfast at the hotel at 06:00
  • Bus service to Machu Picchu (up and down)
  • Two-hour guided tour inside the archaeological park of Machu Picchu
  • In the afternoon, board your train service to the POROY train station.
Train service information: [Inbound journey]
  • Train company: INCA RAIL
  • Service: MACHU PICCHU– OLLANTAYTAMBO (1 hour and 50 minutes of train ride).
  • Class: The Voyager 44
  • Departure: 14:30
  • At Station: 14:00 – Otherwise, you may not be allowed to board.
  • Ollantaytambo arrival: 16:04
  • Cusco arrival by transport: 17:50
Meet at the train arrivals area when you get to the OLLANTAYTAMBO train station. Just look for a KONDOR PATH TOURS sign with your name.” Group name: Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail


Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail INCLUSION

  • Trek briefing 01 or 02 days (at 05:00 pm) before starting the walk in the reception area of your hotel
  • English-speaking tour guide (Local one from Cusco)
  • Private transportation from Cusco to Capulilloc.
    • Local vehicle from YANAMA to LUCMABAMBA
  • Horses or mules and indigenous horse riders carry camping equipment.
    • Personal items to bring: 08 kg / 17 pounds 
  • Spacious tent/Sleeping mat. 
    • We provide a duffle for personal items.
  • 04 Night camping
  • MACHU PICCHU PUEBLO: 01 night in a Hotel 03 star in Aguas Calientes (HOTELS: El Santuario Machupicchu, Waman Hotel Machu Picchu, or Hotel Retama Machu Picchu based on a DOUBLE or Matrimonial room). The rooms include private bathrooms with hot showers, Wi-Fi, buffet breakfast. Check-In: 11:00 Hrs | Check-Out: 10:00 Hrs.
  • One cook
    • Excellent meals: 06 Breakfasts, 06 Lunches, 05 Dinners (Vegetarian, vegan, or special diet meals upon request)
    • Wake up to coca tea in your tent.
    • Buckets of hot water for washing in your tent every day
  • Oxygen Tank & First aid kit during hiking
  • All entrance tickets to the attractions (Saywite, Choquequirao, Short Inca Trail, and Machu Picchu
  • 03 bus tickets
    • On Day 06; Machu Picchu to  Aguas Calientes
    • On Day 07:  Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes (up and down)
  • Train tickets:
    • By Peru Rail  from Hidroelectrica to Machu Picchu Pueblo at 16:35 (local train)
    • By INCA RAIL Inbound Journey: MACHU PICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO – Class: The Voyager 44, departure at 14:30
  • Touristic vehicle from OLLANTAYTAMBO TO CUSCO “transfer.”
  • All local taxes

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Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail NO INCLUSION

  • Breakfast on Day 01, Dinner on Day 06, Lunch on Day 07
  • Tipping – an entirely personal gesture (Horseman, porters, guide & driver).

Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail Bring

  • A daypack to carry your personal belongings
  • Original passport with the migration Peru card (for Trains, Machu Picchu Park, and Hotels)
  • A headlamp to navigate camp in the evenings and pre-dawn mornings with spare batteries
  • An excellent sleeping bag for the entire excursion “01 small and comfortable sleeping bag that withstands low temperatures of up to 5° below zero | 23 degrees Fahrenheit” If you did not bring the sleeping bag from your country! You can rent it in the center of Cusco or buy it.
  • Lighter trekking boots.
  • 05 pairs of trekking pants.
  • Rain jacket: The first night, the temperature can be as low as – 5 degrees Celsius/23 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Warm/winter jacket (Thermals: wool socks/gloves, scarf, and woolen hat for cold nights).
  • 04 t-shirts.
  • 01 good sleeping bag.
  • Sun protection cream (SPF 45 or higher recommended).
  • Bug spray with 30% DEET.
  • Camera and film.
  • Bandages or moleskin
  • Flip flops. Your toes will thank you!
  • Plastic bags for dirty and wet clothes
  • Something to read in the evenings.
  • Extra money for drinks, tips for cooks, equestrians, and guides. ($280-400)

Travel Guide

Travel Facts of Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail 7 Days

Hike through remarkable ancient ruins on the magnificent 7-Day Choquequirao & Short Inca Trail trek! Discover Peru’s history and beauty as you explore Machu Picchu in this noteworthy venture.

The lost citadel of Choquequirao does locate at 3,035 meters above sea level, and at the lowest point of the trek, you will be at 1,461 meters above sea level. The climate is similar to Cusco’s, so it is advisable to acclimatize to the altitude before the hike. Who should note that the road to Choquequirao is warm due to the Apurimac Canyon?

Of course, “Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail,” you can. That is why we offer you an exclusive tour package to visit the ruins of Choquequirao and the citadel of Machu Picchu.

We assure you that this trek will last 08 days of pure connection with all that the Andean landscape offers you from the heights, the ultimate adventure for those addicted to altitude with love for history. Join us for this excursion to the mountaintop of Choquequirao, free of tourist crowds, before continuing to Santa Teresa, the back door to Machu Picchu. With guided tours, you will appreciate the Inca Empire and feel like you are traveling back in time.

What did not complete the project was to build a cable car connecting Cachora to Marampata due to the frequent presence of landslides, and this plan was lost little by little.

Having cable cars would benefit tourist activity. Still, we would also lose the hike, which is significant because the route is enjoyable and full of landscapes, flora, and fauna to discover.

There is 43.8 km separating the archaeological site “Choquequirao” from the citadel of Machu Picchu.

We also offer you an exclusive package for this trek: the “Choquequirao Trek 7 days”.

This adventure is definitely for those who are addicted to heights. The route is one of the most complex in Peru; it is full of winding paths, unique panoramic views, deep valleys, a great variety of plants (orchids, small forests), animals in their habitat, etc.

The Choquequirao to Machupicchu trek is unforgettable – INTUPA CUSCO is an agency specializing in this adventure.

Choquequirao is located in the Andes Mountains of Cusco, Peru, and belongs to the province of La Convención in the district of Santa Teresa.

Choquequirao is an Inca archaeological site with characteristics similar to Machu Picchu. Its name means ‘Cradle of Gold.’ Because it resembles the ‘Inca City,’ it is known as the ‘Sacred Sister of Machu Picchu.’

Choquequirao is in the Andes Mountains of Cusco, Peru. It belongs to the province of La Convención, in the district of Santa Teresa.

Reach Choquequirao via Cusco or Abancay. From Cachora Marampata, you ascend on foot to Choquequirao. The hike is for 02 days. The return is the same way.

Choquequirao is 3,033 meters above sea level (m.a.s.l.).
Short Inca Trail Intipunku Pass 2740 meters

Choquequirao houses Inca constructions as impressive as Machu Picchu, such as the Main Plaza, the Colcas, the Inca Cemetery, the Kallankas, the Ushnu, the Andenes, etc.

Choquequirao is still in the process of excavation. It estimates that only 30% of the original Inca precinct has been restored.

According to research done at Choquequirao, it does estimate that what built the Inca site around 1536.

Due to its similarity to Machu Picchu, it does believe that the Inca Pachacutec founded the site. His son Tupac Inca Yupanqui would be the one who ordered the construction of Choquequirao.

The Choquequirao archaeological site has a temperate climate. The hike to this place has hot weather due to the proximity of the so-called ‘Apurimac Canyon.’

Who can hike to Choquequirao on an organized tour or on your own? You need to walk from Cachora to the archaeological site in both cases.

Choquequirao tours are purchased online or at the Historic Center of Cusco. If you travel, you must buy entrance tickets at the archaeological site.

The prices of the tours to Choquequirao vary according to the tour agency and the number of people.

Prices vary from US$ per person.

The Choquequirao tour includes the following:

Camping equipment.

  • A bus trip from Cusco to Cachora.
  • Entrance tickets to Choquequirao.
  • Tour guide service.
  • Luggage carrying service on horseback.
  • Trekking poles (sticks).
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7-Day Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail COST

PRICES PER PERSON 2023. Great hiking tours are open to your party.

  • Solo hiker US$ 2,215.
  • 02 people US$ 1,399. “prices reduce if there are more people in your group.”
  • 03 people US$ 1,140.
  • 04 people US$ 955.
  • 05 people US$ 915.
  • 06 people US$ 820.
  • 07 people US$ 780.
  • 08+ people US$ 715.

Experience freedom, adventure, and peace of mind while trekking to some of the most spectacular ancient ruins, including the Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail and Machu Picchu! The experience of a 7-day trek is the perfect way to explore all the Andes offer.

Choquequirao Trek with Short Inca Trail Upgrade

Make memories to last a lifetime and traverse the routes of the Short Inca Trail via Choquequirao and Machu Picchu in just seven days with this fantastic hiking tour!



+$45. Vistadome train (Inbound Journey: MACHUPICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO)
+$498.00 Hiram Bingham train (Inbound Journey: Train MACHUPICCHU – POROY)


+$75 Huayna Picchu
+$75 Montaña



Gringo Bill’s Machupicchu – 3-Star Hotel
+$43 Suite

Inti Punku Machupicchu – 3-Star Hotel
+$25. Standard
+$33. Superior
+$39. Junior Suite
+$63. Senior Suite

Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu – 3-Star Hotel
+$29. Traditional
+$35. Superior
+$45. Suite

Taypikala Boutique Machupicchu – 3-Star Hotel
+$35. Standard SGL/DBL
+$80 Suite

Jaya Suite Machupicchu – 3-Star Hotel

El MaPi ByInkaterra – 4-Star Hotel
+$69. Superior Deluxe SGL or DBL
+$91. Suite SGL o DBL

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel – 5-Star Hotel
+$244. Superior
+$271. Superior Deluxe
+$298. Junior Suite
+$389. Junior Suite Deluxe
+$488. Suite
+$555. Inkaterra Suite

Choquequirao Trek Short Inca Trail 7 Days Discounts

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Machu Picchu Fee

College & students$35 off

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    Kristi V
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    Alittle bit of everything We had a last minute change of plans when it came to our tour. We were supposed to visit the rainbow mountain but with the recent protesting we called to see if we could change last minute and they were very accommodating. Odon and Fernando were amazing! They took us to see multiple attractions and made us feel very at home. And kudos to Renee for the amazing driving. I would highly recommend using this company for a tour. We will definitely use them if we ever come back!
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    Atv Tour Odin and Fernando were great as well as our driver Rene. Very informative about the city of Cusco. Enjoyed our tour with this company and these individuals who took us around. Great time! Highly recommend!!!
    Family vacation Kondor path tours arranged a couple of private tours on our last vacation in Peru. Our first tour was the Rainbow Mountains and the next day we did the sacred Valley Tour.The administrative services were excellent, we met at our hotel the day before our tours and our head guide, Fredy, explained everything perfectly, including what to wear and bring for each tour. On the tour days, our guides (Fredy and Juan Carlos) and driver (Juan Carlos) were great! very knowledgeable, considerate about our party, always helpful and ready to answer questions and meet the expectations (completely different expectations because we had different ages in our party (from 11 to 69 years)) of each party member.The rainbow mountain is awesome and is is really helpful to go with a guide that knows about the area, but also about hiking!!!
    Excellent guide who stays with you for the entire day The Vinicunca one-day horse tour was fantastic. The friendly and informative Freddy guided us for the entire bus ride and mountain trek. He knew where to stand to get the best photos and made everything fun and accommodating. The horse ride up made it much easier to enjoy the final hike. Lunch was large and tasty. Door to door service.
    Awesome Service and Tours Fernando and Patricia were SUPER responsive - usually responded to emails within 10 minutes!!. The arrangements they made for Cusco, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, and surrounding areas were awesome.They were waiting for us at the airport and did everything we asked them. Our guide for the four days was Herberth and driver was Juan Carlos. Both were SUPER SUPER great. Juan Carlos was such an amazingly pleasant driver with cute stories. He also was a very safe driver. Herberth was very knowledgable and helpful. Took us all over the places with details about the history and details. We had friends who were not able to climb much and they accommodated us all.On the day we had planned to do rainbow mountain we did not feel great and emailed Fernando at 5am and he responded within 5 minutes with other options for us to do that day. Overall, if you are going to Peru and want to visit the historic sites, you SHOULD go with these people. They are SUPERB!!
    Great memories for our family We went for a tour to the rainbow mountain, service was excellent and then we decided to go for another tour on the next day to the sacred valley, it was also excellent. Our guide was Fredy and our driver was Juan Carlos, two excellent people, honest and respectful. I recommend them. Gracias por todo, lo pasamos increíble.
    Rainbow Trek and Horseback Riding A group of 7 of us did a One Day Rainbow Trek and Horseback Riding. Freddy was our guide and he was prompt and with us every moment of the journey. They were so accommodating to move the debrief meeting the night before because we had a food tour that evening. Freddy had so much energy, knowledge, and excitement to share with us about his native homeland. In addition, he made sure that we were well taken care of when one of us was actually sick from the altitude. It was such an amazing experience and Freddy made sure we got the best of it. Thank you! Highly recommend Kondor Path Tours.
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