Day1: Cusco in-city Tour
Reception, welcome and transfer to the chosen hotel. We will rest during the rest of the morning to become acclimated. At noon, after lunch, we will go on a City Tour. We will visit the Qoricancha (Temple of the Sun), Santo Domingo Convent, the Cathedral museum, and the archaeological remains that can be found very close to Cusco City, such as: Sacsayhuaman, Q’enqo, Pukapukara and Tambomachay. We will stay the night in Cusco.
Day 2: Sacred Valley of the Incas
In the morning, we will head for the Pisaq village, where we will enjoy the archaeological complex which is 20 minutes away from the village. We will also visit the Typical Artisan Market and the square. We will continue as far as Urubamba, where we will have a delicious lunch buffet. We will then know Ollantaytambo, one of the last living Inca villages. The streets still have the same outline as during the Inca period, and we will go round the splendid archaeological complex located there. Night.
Day 3: Machu Picchu
Very early in the morning, we will take the train to Aguas Calientes. From there, we will get on the bus that will drive us to the Machu Picchu fortress. We will then enjoy a two-hour guided tour in this magic place, during which we will visit, among others, the three-windowed temple and the sundial. We will then enjoy free time, before taking the bus to go down to Aguas Calientes and the train back to Ollantaytambo. From there, we will take the bus to Cusco, not without seeing the Chinchero village. We will spend the night in Cusco.
Day 4: Cusco – Ocongate – Tinke
Free morning. In the afternoon, we will go to Ocongate by bus. We will then head for the Tinke village, passing through picturesque villages and beautiful areas of farmed land. We will be accommodated in Tinke, in a small hotel.
Day 5: Tinke – Upis
Very early in the morning, after breakfast, we will begin our hike in the direction of the slopes of the majestic Apu Ausangate (6,372 m.), enjoying the presence of camelids from South America such as lamas and alpacas. At last, we will visit the small village of Upis (4,140 m.), before heading for the area of thermal springs, where we will camp (at the foot of the snow-capped mountain).
Day 6: Upis – Pukaqocha Lagoon
We will get up very early to continue our trip in the direction of the Arapa pass (4,140 m), before coming down towards the Paucarqocha lagoons, known as HatunPukacocha, Vinaqocha and HuchuyPunaqocha. There, not only will we see spectacular landscapes, but we will also enjoy various species of Andean birds. We will camp on the banks of a lagoon (4,575 m).
Day 7: Pukaqocha Lagoon – Palomani pass – Chilcapinaya
On that day, we will go up the Alcatani pass (4,650 m), come down in the direction of the Ausangateqocha lagoon, before going up towards the Palomani pass (5,050 m), from which we will have impressive views of the landscape beauty. We will then go down to Chillkaphinaya, where we will camp.
Day 8: Chillkaphinaya – Jampa Valley – Pachaspata
Our trip continues along the Jampa Valley, where we will be able to appreciate numerous groups of alpacas, sheeps and lamas. We will then observe the beautiful Ticllaqocha lagoon, go down the Pachaspata Pampas, where we will camp on the edge of the majestic Q’omerqocha lagoon.
Day 9: Q’omerqocha lagoon – Pacchanta
While admiring spectacular landscapes of the high Andes, we will go down towards the Pacchanta village, until we arrive at the thermal springs, where we will have a view of the imposing ApuAusangate.
Day 10: Pacchanta - Tinke - Cusco
After a short walk in the middle of the typical Andean landscape, we will arrive at Tinke, where we will take the bus to Puno. We will be accommodated in a beautiful hotel there.
Day 11: Puno – Uros – Amantani
We will pick you up very early at your hotel, to take a boat in the lake port. After a 45-minute drive, we will arrive at the Uros floating islands, where we will go on a visit for about 50 minutes, and will have the opportunity to buy hand-crafted products of the place. We will then continue our trip towards the Amantani island, where the locals will welcome us into the village. We will go and stay there and, after lunch, we will visit the main appeals of the island and learn more about the locals traditions. We will spend the night in the families' houses.
Day 12: Amantani – Taquile – Puno
We will leave after having breakfast, in the direction of the Taquile island. When we arrive, we will walk a little bit through the touristic places of the island, and will have time to buy hand-crafted products of the place. In the afternoon, we will leave to Puno.
•Professional guide (Spanish – English)
•Guide assistant (from 9 people)
•Private transportation Cusco – Tinke / Tinke– Puno
•Transfer Airport – Hotel – Airport
•Transfer Ollantaytambo – Cusco
•Small hotel in Tinke
•2-night accommodation in Cusco
•1-night accommodation in Ollantaytambo
•Cusco General Touristic Ticket
•Entrance to Qoricancha
•Entrance to the Cathedral
•1 lunch buffet in the Sacred Valley, and 1 dinner in Ollantaytambo
•Round-trip train ticket to Ollantaytambo
•Bus to go up and down Aguas Calientes
•Entrance to the Machupicchu
•Muleteers and horses to carry all the camping equipment
•Horses to carry the equipment and your big backpacks, up to 10 Kg
•Cook and kitchen aid
•All the food while on the way (breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks every day)
•Dining tent with tables and chairs
•Mat (insulating mat to sleep on)
•Accommodation for our whole staff
•First aid kit
•Entrance ticket to Ausangate
•Transfer by boat
•Entrance to the Uros islands, Taquile and Amantani
•1-night accommodation in Amantani and food
•2 dinners in Puno + 1 lunch in Taquile
•2-night accommodation in Puno and breakfast
Does not include:
•Food in Cusco
•Lunch in Puno
•Everything that is not mentionned in the “INCLUDES” section