Choquequirao to Vilcabamba Trek 8 days

The trek that will lead us from the archaeological site of Vilcabamba to the complex of Choquequirao is one of the richest in majestic landscapes & Inca history this part of the Andes has to offer us. This is a "physical" trek because of the big changes in altitude during the trek, sometimes in hot weather and with heavy rains that can be found there. We'll hike through a lot of different landscapes that will take your breath away… Going from deep narrow canyons, cloud forests or snowpeaks through high fields, the high jungle, the lakes and a lot more… the whole trip is covered with signs of Inca presence which are the remnants of different importance that link Vilcabamba with Choquequirao. Because of all these different altitudes & therefore climates, we'll come upon an incredible variety of fauna & especially flora, with some plants yet

Vilcabamba Trek to Machu Picchu 7 days

After the conquest by the Spanish, Manco Inca & his successors dominated the region of Vilcabamba. It included several centers and settlements built to honor the last dynasty of the Incas: Manco Inca, Sayri Tupac, Titu Cusi Yupanqui & Tupac Amaru I. According to the customs and traditions of other pre-Inca cultures, a neo-Imperial state was created to preserve all the knowledge in religion and astronomy. Vilcabamba is located northwest of Cusco, in the province of La Convención, in the eastern range of the Andes. It has a chain of snow-covered peaks and high forest mountains with constant climatologic changes. The region is flanked by two very deep canyons, the canyon of the Apurímac on the left, and the canyon of the Willcamayu or Urubamba river on the right. Through both, run very fast-flowing rivers