$ 677 - ALL INCLUDED
Except 2 dinners, 2 Lunch & Machupicchu tickets
$ 677 - ALL INCLUDED
Except 2 dinners, 2 Lunch & Machupicchu tickets
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DAY 1: SACRED VALLEY TOUR, PISAQ, OLLANTAYTAMBO– MARKA QOCHA -(CAMPING)
At 7:30 a.m., we pick you up from the "Plazoleta Belén" in the city of Cusco, (our Guide will be waiting for you here with a Peru Alive sign), Then we board our vehicle to start the tour (the entire itinerary of the service begins here) , we head towards the "Qorao viewpoint" here we make a stop to observe the beauty of the surrounding landscapes and take photos of the place, we continue towards the other viewpoint of "Pisaq", then we arrive at the traditional town of Pisaq, Continuing we arrive at the archaeological park of "Pisaq", Here we have a visit in situ (we make a little walk of approximately 2 hours), then again we board the bus to continue the trip along the Sacred Valley of the Inkas, passing through Lamay, Qoya , Calca, Yucay until we reach Urubamba, here we go to a restaurant where we will have a buffet lunch (1pm); then we continue towards the archaeological park of Ollantaytambo, (30 minutes), arriving here we will have a tour of approximately 2 hours, then we board the bus again, heading to our “Marka Qocha” camp site (arriving at 5pm), We spend the night in tents, two people in a tent (if you require an independent tent, request it in advance). (altitude: 2,895 MASL--9,186 feet). Dinner in camp site.
DAY 2: TREK CHALLWA Q’OCHA- WILD FISHING- SPIRITUAL IMMERSION (CAMPING)
At 6pm, we wake up with a Coffe or a hot tea, then we start to pack our belongings, at 7am we have breakfast, after breakfast we start the purification and healing ritual, with the participation of an Andean priest or “Paq'o” (member of the Andean Amazonian school of spirituality), where we will prepare the offering to the Pachamama, the Apus and the Aukys; We continue with the spiritual immersion seminar with the participation by our "Paq'o" on Spirituality and traditional Andean medicine, with the assistance of our Peru Alive Guide, Continuing we board our vehicle to move to the Indigenous sector of "Challwa Q 'ocha' (we traveled for approximately an hour and a half), arriving here we have a brief talk about the rules for carrying out fishing, then here we will have the menu of the day; After the menu and a brief relax we start a short walk towards the community lagoon, for 30 minutes, arriving we start the fishing activity throwing the hooks into the waters of the lake to catch the wild trout of the lake, once already With the fishing (fish in hand), we go to the camp to prepare or cook the trout caught, this with the help of our Chef, and this will be our dinner; If you don't catch a trout, someone will fish for us, we'll have the trout for dinner anyway.Finally, we prepare for the camp, (we spend the night in camp- (3,950 MASL—12,959 feet).
DAY 3: TREK ALTERNATIVE INKA TRAIL-PUMA PATH TREK-MANTO QOCHA”, (CAMPING):
Very early the radiant sunlight gives us the new dawn, at 6am we have Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, etc, to raise our energy and warm the body, then we pack our Trek equipment, at 6.30 am we have breakfast , after breakfast we begin our pilgrimage with the course of the "Pumas Path"; We left the camp, by a slightly ascending road, for about an hour, arriving at the place called "Melo Pata" from where we saw the "Apu Piriqway", and towards the east side the "Apu Pitusiray", then we continued with a slight descent by Approximately 30 minutes, from here we have another hour of almost flat irregular path with a minimum ascent until we reach the place "Tika Pallana"; We continue along an irregular, almost flat path for approximately one hour; now we begin the ascent towards the pass of "Puma Path" (4,250 MASL—13944 feet, the highest pass of the entire route), it will take us approximately two hours; from where we will have a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains, adorned with troops of Llamas and Alpacas in their meadows, from the pass we continue down the path, for approximately 30 minutes, arriving at the lake "Waro Qocha". Here we will have the menu of the day. (4,200 masl—13,780 feet).
After the menu of the day, we continue for two more hours on a slightly descending path, until we reach the camp, of "Manto Qocha", where there is a beautiful lagoon with a wonderful view of its surroundings.
On this route we have the possibility of observing the King of the mountains "Kuntur Apuchin" or Condor, there is also the possibility to observe the "Auky Puma", (warring that we do not necessarily guarantee to see these animals, ... if they want they can be seen); On the way, we observe the presence of beautiful lagoons with their crystal clear waters, charming landscapes, troops of Llama, Alpacas, etc.); At 7 pm. We will have dinner and later rest in camp. (height. 3,800 MASL—12,467 feet).
DAY 4: TREK ALTERNATIVE INKA TRAIL – “MANTO QOCHA” - URUBAMBA- (HOTEL).
At 6am, we wake up with a hot drink (coffee, tea, chocolate, etc.), with a spectacular view of the waters of Lake "Manto Qocha", immediately we pack our travel gear, at 7 am We have breakfast, and after the breakfast, we begin our walk along a slightly descending path (for approximately five hours), until we reach the place called "Puma Pampa", here we say goodbye to our support crew (cooks, porters, muleteers); then, we board our vehicle, which will take us to a restaurant in the Valley for lunch, then we continue to our hotel in Urubamba, (traveling approximately 40 minutes), arriving at 3 pm, here we will have free time to explore the city or just rest to recover energy for the next day's activity. (Height 2,900 MASL—9,514 feet).
In this part of the route there is a beautiful forest of native trees such as the "Chachacoma, Queuña, Unka", and others, which make the environment of the road more beautiful and charming.
DAY 5: TOUR URUBAMBA- COCAL MAYU-AGUAS CALIENTES.-(HOTEL):
Today we wake up at 5 am, pack our belongings, and at 5.30 am have breakfast, at 6 am. We board our vehicle that will take us to the "Malaga" pass (height 4,330 MASL—14,206 feet), in the "Wakay Willka" Mountains, (traveling for an hour-), here we make a stop to observe the view of the surrounding mountains and the "Carrizales" canyon; then we continue traveling until we reach the thermal baths of "Cocal Mayu", (3 hours of travel), here we have the opportunity to take baths in the medicinal thermal waters (2 hours in baths), then we have the delight of our lunch (box Lunch), we continue traveling by vehicle for 30 more minutes to reach the end of the road; Here we leave our vehicle; We start a walk along a flat path, following the waters of the "Wilka Mayu" river against the current, also following the train railway, until we reach the town of Aguas Calientes, (walking 2.5 hours), and immediately we go to our hotel, (arriving at 4.30 pm). Then we have the afternoon free to explore the town of “Aguas Calientes” or simply rest in the hotel recovering energy for the visit to the world wonder Machupicchu. (height 2,050 MASL—6,726 feet).
DAY 6: TOUR MACHUPICCHU- COCAL MAYU- CUSCO (END OF THE PROGRAM)
We will have breakfast at the hotel (5 am) then we will go to the bus terminal to queue and travel to the world wonder Machupicchu (we traveled for 30 minutes), arriving at the archaeological complex we make another queue to enter the Machupicchu complex (height 2,435 MASL—7,989 feet), being here we have a tour in situ (approximately two hours) then we will have extra time to appreciate and enjoy the surroundings of the world wonder, them again we board the bus of the monopoly firm to return to the Valley in "Aguas Calientes”; Being here we begin a return walk through the valley following the route of the Sacred Wilkamayu river until we reach the end of the road, (we walk for 2 hours), arriving we have the opportunity to enjoy a menu in a local restaurant, then we have some time free to explore (the small community of the place or buy something extra), immediately we board our private vehicle to return to the city of Cusco (traveling for 4 hours), arriving in the city of Cusco at 8 pm. (End of Tour).
NOTE; After the tour in Machupicchu we cannot stay for a long time inside the park, because it is not allowed- (the park rangers take out us), the space where it is allowed to stay longer is at the entrance to the park, but this space It is quite small and it is almost always very full of tourists, for that reason normally almost all the visitors once they finish the tour (within Machupicchu) return to Aguas Calientes (and here they generally spend the whole day, tired and bored waiting for the forced return time of the trains that are normally in the afternoon or at night.