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4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail
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4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail
Tour Type
Mountain Hike
4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail
Maximun Altitude
5,100m (16,732 ft.)
4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail
Physical Level
4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail
Recommended Season
March to December

4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail

Price from: $ 449.00 USD (See: Pricing)

Unlock the hidden gems of Peru on a 4-day trekking adventure around Lares, Short Inca Trail, and Rainbow Mountain! Don’t miss out on this life-changing experience.

Tour Plan: Lares Trek | Ollantaytambo | Short Inca Trail | Inca Sun Gate | Machupicchu Pueblo | Machu Picchu Ruins | Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain

4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail

4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail – Venture through the northern Andes on the Lares trek and then enter the cloud forest on the Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and culminate in the southern Andes on the lovely Rainbow Mountain trail for a combination of top-notch hiking trails class.

Immerse yourself in Peru’s vibrant culture and history with this best-of-Cusco four-day trek combo between the guided 4 Days Lares Trek hiking trails connecting the Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, culminating in glory on the Rainbow Mountain of Peru. Don’t miss out on a lifetime experience!

If you’re looking for an adventure combining breathtaking scenery, cultural immersion, and physical challenge, the 4 Days Lares Hike with the Short Inca Trail in Peru is perfect. This journey will take you through remote Andean villages, over high mountain passes, and to the iconic ruins of Machu Picchu. Prepare for an unforgettable experience that will give you a deeper appreciation of Peru’s natural and cultural wonders.

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4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail Overview 

Experience the best of both worlds with our Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail tour package. This 4-day adventure takes you through the stunning Andean mountains, past remote villages, and ancient Incan ruins. You’ll also experience the iconic Machu Picchu, one of the World’s Seven Wonders. You’ll witness breathtaking landscapes, encounter local communities, and learn about the rich history and culture of the Incas.

  • Day 1: Hike to Lares Trail via Huacawasi to Patacancha
  • Day 2: Premium Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
  • Day 3: Guided tour in MACHU PICCHU and return to Cusco
  • Day 4: Hike the Rainbow Mountains of Vinicunca

4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail Highlights

  • Take your exploration to new heights with a four-day journey, including the Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail, ending with a visit to glorious Rainbow Mountain. It’s an adventure that’ll be talked about forever!
  • Enjoy a combination of culture, nature, hiking, and adventure on this immersive 4-day tour through Peru – experience the Lares Trek, Short Inca Trail, and Rainbow Mountain!


4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail Itinerary 

Suppose you are an adventure enthusiast passionate about exploring ancient civilizations and breathtaking landscapes. In that case, the 4-day tour encompassing the Lares Trek, Short Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, and Rainbow Mountain is the perfect journey for you. This immersive expedition takes you on a remarkable adventure through the heart of Peru, where you’ll experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Andean mountains, encounter the remnants of the mighty Inca civilization, and discover the colorful wonders of Rainbow Mountain. Lace up your hiking boots and get ready for an unforgettable experience.


Cusco – Lares Trek to Patacancha

At 5:00, we start the vehicular Journey from the city of Cusco to get to Calca and then continue to the Andean community of Wakawasi. From Huacawasi, we begin the one-day Lares trek until we reach the Ipsay Pass, 4410 meters (15,431 feet). We descend towards the IPSA COCHA lagoon at 4,200 meters. We continue the walk until we reach Patacancha, the neighboring community of Rumira. In Rumira, our tourist vehicle awaits us to complete the trip until we get to the “site of our overnight stay” in Ollantaytambo.

Informational note: The walking route takes hikers through two attractive weaving communities in Huacahuasi and Patacancha. We will be able to observe alpacas grazing in their natural habitat.

The Lares route is easily accessible from Cusco:

  • Travel distance from Cusco to Huaca Wasi “Huaca Wasi: 03 hours 20 minutes
  • Hiking route: From Huacahuasi to Rumira (Patacancha)
  • Walking distance – 14km / 9 miles
  • Hike Elevation Start: 3,750 meters / 12,303 feet
  • Ipsay Pass Elevation: 4,440 meters / 14,435 feet.
  • Elevation of the end of the walk: 3,800 meters / 12,467 feet.
  • Hike difficulty: Challenging – Moderate (depends on your fitness level).
  • Ollantaytambo Elevation: 2,851 meters / 9,353 feet.
  • Adventure: Absolutely, completely satisfactory

Lares Information

Ollantaytambo Overnight (No included)


Box Lunch

Physical Level

4, Intense

Walking Distance

14km (9 miles)

Hiking Time

5.5 Hrs.

Starting Altitude

Huaca Wasi: 3,750m (12,303 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Patacancha: 3,800m (12,467 ft)

Highest Altitude

Ipsay Pass: 4,400m (14,435 ft)


Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

At 07:00, we walk to the Ollantaytambo train station (a 12-minute walk)

  • Train service:
    • Train service information: [Outbound Journey]
      • Train company: INCA RAIL
      • Service: OLLANTAYTAMBO – KM 104 (01 hour and 20 minutes of train ride)
      • Class: The Voyager 41
      • Departure: 06:40. We start the train journey.
      • At Station: 06:10 – Otherwise, you may not be allowed to board.
      • KM 104 Arrival: 07:50

Onboard, at km 104, you will find our starting point for trekking. SERNANP MACHU PICCHU, where you must register and show your permits and passports. Right after the first checkpoint is the ruins of Chachabamba.

The path climbs gradually, taking three hours to reach the Wiñay Wayna complex. The walk offers breathtaking views of the ruins of Choquesuysuy and the Urubamba Valley.

Wiñay Wayna was mainly agricultural, and the curved terraces on the incredibly steep slope are impressive. Given the importance of water, this seems to indicate a religious preference.

After a packed lunch, continue the trail and walk from Wiñay Wayna to the Intipunku “Sun Gate,” taking two hours. The path to the ruins itself lasts about half an hour. You descend by CONSETUR bus to Aguas Calientes, where you will spend the night at our hotel.

Hiking data:

  1. Height of the start of the walk: 2100m/6900ft. (Chachabamba, Km 104)
  2. The highest point of the walk: 2730m/8,792ft. (Inti Punku)
  3. Hiking distance: 10km / 6.3 miles (Chachabamba to Machu Picchu)
  4. Hiking difficulty: Moderate.

Aguas Calientes Overnight 


1B, 1BL.

Physical Level

2, Moderate

Walking Distance

10km (6.3 miles)

Hiking Time

5 Hrs.

Starting Altitude

KM 104: 2,000m (6,560 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Machu Picchu Ruins: 2,400m (7,874 ft)

Highest Altitude

Inti Pinku: 2,720m (8,920 ft)


Machu Picchu Guided Tour and Return Cusco

Finally, we have the principal day of all vacations in the Andes of Peru: the visit to Machu Picchu 🙂

At the chosen time of the group organized with our tour guide, we start the tour by tourist bus that takes us to the entrance gates of Machu Picchu. We enter the Inca citadel, ascending in a walk of about 15 minutes to obtain the best panoramic view of Machu Picchu.

We explore the Inca citadel thoroughly from above to cover all the important sites like the Inca quarry area, the temple of the sun, the sundial, the temple of the condor, etc.

After the spectacular visit to Machu Picchu, we can put the stamp of the Machu Picchu logo “optional stamp; it is free; it is interesting to put it in the passport (the real proof that Machu Picchu visited).”

At noon or early in the afternoon, we began to return to the city of Cusco. It takes three and a half hours by “train and ground transportation.” Thank you for exploring the Andes and the jungle of Cusco.

Train service information: [Inbound Journey]
  • Train company: INCA RAIL
  • Service: MACHU PICCHU– OLLANTAYTAMBO (1 hour and 40 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 at the OLLANTAYTAMBO train station. Look for a KONDOR PATH TOURS sign with your name:” Group name: 4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail.
CUSCO HOTEL: By customers.


Physical Level

1, Easy

Walking Distance

A light walk

Hiking Time

2-hour guided tour

Starting Altitude

Machu Picchu Pueblo: 2,065m (6,774 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Machu Picchu Ruins: 2,400m (7,874 ft)

Highest Altitude

Cusco: 3,350m (10,990 ft)


Adventure of the Rainbow Mountain

Hikers begin the expedition at 6:00 in the morning. You will see hundreds of alpacas throughout the trip. On top of the colored mountain is a 360-degree view to enjoy the views.

OPTIONAL THE RED VALLEY: Highly recommended; this extension takes 35 minutes of additional walking. The red valley has an incredible view. From here, we continue our way back to the beginning of the trail to return to the imperial city of Cusco.

Helpful information about the trek.

  • Travel time: Cusco to Llactoq 03 hours
  • Height of the starting point of the walk: 4,900 m/16,076 ft. (El Parqueo – Llactoq)
  • Tour Circuit Max Elevation: 5,100 meters / 16,732 feet.
  • Hiking distance: 7 kilometers
  • Hike difficulty: Challenging “uphill” – Easy “Downhill.”
  • Meals: Box lunch.
  • Return time to Cusco: Arrival in Cusco between 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Box Lunch

Physical Level

5, Challenging

Walking Distance

7km (4.3 miles)

Hiking Time


Starting Altitude

Llactoq: 4,900m (16,076 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Llactoq: 4,900m (16,076 ft)

Highest Altitude

Rainbow Pass: 5,100m (16,732 ft)


4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail INCLUSION

  • Outdoor activities on treks through the Andes
  • A bilingual local tour guide who speaks Spanish and English has a “current card to enter the tourist circuits.”
  • Private tourist transport for transfer services (according to the itinerary)
  • DAY 01: LARES
    • Authorization and payment of entry to the tourist area of Lares via Patacancha
    • Food: 01 box lunch prepared in a tourist restaurant in Cusco, “hikers take their box lunch on the hiking trail.”
    • Breakfast buffet at the hotel
    • Train by Inca Rail: Outbound Journey: OLLANTAYTAMBO – KM 104: Train Class: Voyager 41, at 06:40
    • The tour guide travels on the same train as the walkers to make the stop at kilometer 104 of the railway.
    • Authorization to get off the train at km 104.
    • Entrance tickets plus authorization to enter the Inca Trail network
    • Box lunch “visitors carry in their backpack.”
    • Bus ticket down from the ruins to Aguas Calientes
    • Buffet breakfast service at the hotel
    • 02 bus tickets (up and down)
    • Guided tour 02 hours
    • Train by Inca Rail: Inbound Journey: MACHU PICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO: Train Class: The Voyager 44, at 14:30
    • Private transfer service from POROY train station to CUSCO
    • Entrance tickets to Rainbow Mountain
    • Lunch box
    • First aid kit and medicated oxygen “just in case.”

🙂 Optional: Go to the pricing button and click it for service upgrades.

4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail NO INCLUSION

  • Drinking water
  • For food not described in the itinerary, “there are several alternatives to cover it daily.”
  • Snacks
  • Tip for your guide(s) and driver

What to bring to the 4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail?

Important checklist

  • ORIGINAL PASSPORT (Keep it in an airtight plastic bag in case of rain). We used our passports to board the train to enter the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
  • COMFORTABLE DAY BACKPACK: A small, comfortable, and light backpack with an adaptable waist strap to balance the weight to enjoy the walks. A waterproof backpack cover is also great for keeping all your gear dry and dust-free.
  • PLASTIC BAGS: Keep your belongings and clothes dry.
  • WALKING POLES: It is highly recommended to have walking poles for your trek. At Lares and Rainbow Mountain, you can use metal spikes, BUT FOR THE INCA TRAIL, use rubber bands to protect the trail and preserve the Inca Trail. In Machu Picchu, canes are prohibited.
  • WALKING BOOTS: Select comfortable, lightweight, good-quality shoes. Booties and waterproofs are recommended, but if you already have something comfortable and grippy, don’t rush to buy new boots; it’s better than the old ones!
  • REUSABLE WATER BOTTLE – Fill your bottle with bottled water to recycle plastic and pristine hiking trails.
  • WARM CLOTHING FOR LARES AND RAINBOW MOUNTAIN: Fleece, jacket, wool hat, gloves, and bandana.
  • WATERPROOF CLOTHING: Rain Poncho is recommended. Some hikers also like to wear waterproof pants; however, a Poncho will suffice if it covers up to the knees. The rainy season is from December to March, but it can rain in the Andes any day of the year. It is better to be careful.
  • TOILET PAPER: This is an essential item on the hike! We take plastic bags for garbage to keep the planet blue and green.
  • PERSONAL MEDICATIONS AND BASIC FIRST AID KIT: Band-Aids for blisters that can be generated when walking, stomach upsets, or altitude sickness, among other medications prescribed by your doctor.
  • FOR THE SUN: Solar radiation in the Andes is intense. Bring excellent sunscreen and apply it occasionally to protect yourself from the sun. Also, bring sunglasses and a hat.
  • INSECT REPELLENT: In the Lares Valley, sometimes through Ollantaytambo, the Inca Trail, and Machu Picchu, there are some flying insects or mosquitoes, so it is advisable to bring a good insect repellent.
  • SNACKS: chocolates, chips, crackers, granola bars, or energy bars. “Bring a few extras, just in case, just what you need.”
  • EXTRA MONEY: Most businesses handle US dollars and Peruvian soles in Peruvian national currency and dollars.

Travel Guide

Facts 4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail

Get off the beaten path on a 4-day trekking adventure through some of Peru’s most iconic trails. You’ll be surrounded by incredible beauty, from the Lares Trek to the Short Inca Trail and Rainbow Mountain. Explore with us!

The dry season begins in May and typically ends in September or October. During these months, the Inca Trail is the best alternative since good weather allows you to appreciate the majestic valleys and beautiful mountains along the way without clouds or fog.

In other months, the rainfall increases.

We recommend that you make your reservation at least twelve months in advance because tickets for this incredible hike are sold out months in advance due to its great popularity.

In our experience working with travelers worldwide, many enthusiastic travelers have sadly tried to book a month in advance. We have told them there are no more spaces, so please follow our recommendation to book many months in advance.

Three hundred admission tickets are reserved for agency personnel, i.e., porters, cooks, helpers, porters, and other staff.

Two hundred admission tickets are available for sale to the general public.

The Inca Trail closed annually in February due to maintenance work in various route sectors.

According to the international classification on the level of difficulty of a hike, we have the following:

On the other hand, the Inca Trail is considered by travelers and experienced hikers with a degree of difficulty three because the Inca Trail route passes through various types of climates and different altitudes.

  • The maximum weight to carry on the Inca Trail is 5 kilograms.
  • Please take into account this weight restriction.
  • The following should be considered for this route:

The most important thing is that the original ID card or passport is valid and that it is the document with which we made our reservation. Otherwise, we will not be allowed to enter.

  • Sleeping bag.
  • A medium backpack of approximately 30 or 40 liters
  • Toiletries, including toilet paper and wet wipes, as there are no toilets along the route.
  • Underwear, especially microfiber socks or any specific material for this type of use
  • Insect repellent.
  • Sunscreen
  • Bottle or canteen
  • Flashlight with spare batteries.
  • Cash in Peruvian soles
  • Wide-brimmed hat

Kondor Path Tours recommends wearing boots one size larger than usual that are not new or have had some use, as wearing new boots can cause scrapes on the ankles or heel of the foot.

In 2000, the Peruvian government made it mandatory for travelers to enter the Inca Trail route through a tourist agency.

Lares Trek: Ipsay Pass
Short Inca Trail: Inti Punku Pass

The entire Inca Trail is properly signposted, and the guides and tour operators are the first responsible for the care of the traveler during his Journey. However, this does not guarantee that travelers always follow the indications, and in some cases, accidents have occurred due to the imprudence of the visitor.

It is essential to consider that the physical condition of the traveler must be adequate, as well as having previously done two or three days of acclimatization in Cusco.

The Inca City is located within the so-called ‘Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu,’ which covers 35 thousand hectares (350 km2).

Machu Picchu is located in the Aguas Calientes, province of Urubamba, department of Cusco in Peru.

Its coordinates are 13º 10′ 19” and 13º 14′ 00′ (south latitude). It is also located at 72º 30′ 5” and 72º 36′ 33” (west latitude).

  • 03 mountains surround the Inca City: the Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu, and Putucusi mountains.
  • The Salkantay is the closest mountain to Machu Picchu (6,271 m.a.s.l.).
  • The Inca City hills belong to the ‘Salkantay Massif.’
  • The rivers in Machu Picchu
  • The distance from the citadel of Machu Picchu to the river is 500 meters, the Vilcanota River (also known as Urubamba).
  • Besides Machu Picchu, the Vilcanota River crosses other Inca archaeological sites like Pisac and Ollantaytambo.
  • The river’s flow increases considerably between December and April (rainy season). The river maintains its usual flow for the rest of the year (dry season).

  • Due to its location, Machu Picchu enjoys a very peculiar climate.
  • Machu Picchu has 02 very marked climatic seasons: the dry and rainy seasons.

  • The dry season is between April and October. Many people think it is the best time to visit Machu Picchu.
  • During these months, the day is exceptionally sunny, and there is almost no rain, allowing the tourists to have a pleasant tour of the Inca City.
  • In June and July, daytime temperatures can reach 25ºC (77ºF). In the early mornings, the lowest temperatures can reach 0ºC.
  • There is also the “high season of tourism” during the dry season, in which Machu Picchu supports the highest number of visitors.
  • The rainy season in Machu Picchu
  • The rainy season is between November and March. During these months, the Inca City can dawn covered with fog. Although in the day, the mist will clear.
  • In February and March, the rains are more frequent than in the rest of the year. The maximum temperatures can reach 22ºC. Minimum temperatures can reach 8ºC.
  • The rainy season is known as the “low season for tourism.” And that is why you can find meager prices for all tourist services.

What’s it like

  • Embark on an incredible journey to discover Peru’s unique cultural heritage and beautiful scenery. This 4-day Lares Trek, Short Inca Trail, and Rainbow Mountain Tour will take you on a magical journey!
  • The 4 Days Lares Trek Short Inca Trail offers us one of the alternatives in only 04 days. We will cross beautiful waterfalls, Inca archaeological remains, and varied flora and fauna until we reach the Inti Punku, where we will have an impressive view of Machu Picchu.
  • Experience the beauty of Peru’s mountains in just four full days. Go on a tour of the breathtaking Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail, plus an excursion to the majestic Rainbow Mountain!

Pricing & BOOK NOW!

4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail COST

Season 2023 – 2024

Number of persons Price per person
2 $ 795.00 USD
3 $ 664.00 USD
4 $ 581.00 USD
5 $ 546.00 USD
6 $ 510.00 USD
7 $ 484.00 USD
8 $ 465.00 USD
9 $ 449.00 USD

Embark on a 4-day trekking adventure through some of Peru’s most spectacular sceneries. From the Lares Trek to the short Inca Trail and Rainbow Mountain, this is a fantastic journey you won’t forget!

4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail Upgrade

Explore four of Peru’s most breathtaking sites on one unforgettable trekking journey! Enjoy the Lares Trek, Short Inca Trail, and Rainbow Mountain in four days.



+$90. Vistadome train (round trip: OLLANTAYTAMBO – MACHUPICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO)
+$498.00 Hiram Bingham train (Inbound Journey: Train MACHUPICCHU – POROY)


+$75 Huayna Picchu
+$75 Montaña

4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail Discounts

This applies to the following services
Machu Picchu Fee

College & students$20 off

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4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail plus the Rainbow Mountain

4 Days Lares Trek and Short Inca Trail plus the Rainbow Mountain

Kristi V
Kristi V
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!
Anthony O
Anthony O
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.
Ido I
Ido I
MachuPicchu trek We had an amazing experience with the one day trek and the day after visit to the MachuPicchu site with Hober Guia, this guide is very knowledgeable of the history and culture, patient and kind and took care of all of our needs. The tour was arranged perfectly taking care of all small details. Very much recommend!
Maras Moray hike We recently did this hike with Bonnet. She was a highly experienced guide. V good English. Judged our ability well and made for a great day out.
MachuPicchu and Rainbow Moutain We worked with Kondor Path for two tours, of Machu Picchu and Rainbow Mountain. Everything they did was well organized, well documented, well communicated. The two guides and the driver were great, very friendly and knowledgeable. All were bilingual (English and Spanish). At Rainbow Mountain we rode horses to the base of the really steep part of the mountain (this saved some 7 km of hiking). But that last part was quite difficult! I'm glad I had prepared and gotten conditioned.
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