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  • 4 DAYS
  • Available: Everyday
  • Max People : 12
  • Min Age : 10+
  • Pickup: Cusco
  • Difficulty: Challenging

This Choquequirao trek is a mysterious, Choquequirao was an abandoned city that has a lot of similarity with Machu Picchu and there are a variety of theories about its function.


DAY 1: Cusco - Cachora - Chiquisqa

A hotel to choose the moment 05:30 start to start the trip to the city of Cachora on the way we will stop for a moment to enjoy the archaeological remains of Tarawasi the bus, and then continue to the Cunyac bridge between the departments of Cusco and Apurímac, then go through Saywite Curawasi district and finally to Cachora (10:00 approx.). This place will start the hike on a slightly inclined road towards the Capuliyoc pass (2800m) and the place of our lunch after two hours of walking, we go to the town of Chiquisqa (1930 m), almost the whole route is descending and The landscape is incredibly beautiful and the weather warm, in this place we will have our first camp is three hours of walking.

DAY 2: Chiquisca - Rosalina Beach –Sunchupata

After breakfast (5:00), we continue our walk to Rosalina beach (1550m), and then to the hill too early in the direction of Santa Rosa (2100 masl), where our lunch, this trip is the most difficult to leave in a few three hours and then climb Maranpata (2,850 m), it is a gentle ascent, during this trip you could see all the way to the first day and the vegetation that exists in this place, then we will go along a straight direction of Sunchupata, in this place we will have our camp and the time is two hours walking from this point it is more than an hour Choquequirao.

DAY 3: Sunchupata - Choquequirao - Chiquisqa

Very soon after lunch (05:00) he went to Choquequirao, it is a one hour walk to see the sunrise Choquequirao, this site will be visited for three hours always accompanied by a guide who will explain about this important Inka refuge. While the return will start at Sunchupata and start descending to Santa Rosa instead of our lunch and then go to Rosalina beach, it is an extension of one hour, arriving in Rosalina us to the city of Chiquisqa which is two hours Rosalina and camping here.

DAY 4: Chiquisqa - Capuliyoc - Cachora

A good breakfast will be served in Chiquisqa (06:00) and returning by the same route to Cachora is the slope that fell on the first day is smoother with a two-hour climb to the Capuliyoc pass and here are two hours to town from Cachora, it is a much smoother stretch and 12:00 hours arrive, the road will appreciate the exotic flora and fauna, as well as the views of majestic snowy peaks and the impressive Apurimac canyon and then continue to Cusco, where We arrive at 8:00 transfer to the hotel and end of our services.



Bus at the beginning of the walk (Cachora)
Entrance ticket for Choquequirao
Cook and cooking equipment
horses and mules for equipment
Professional English / Spanish guide throughout the tour.
Meals according to itinerary
Camping equipment: tents, mats, etc.
Vegetarian food available at no additional cost.
Transportation back Cachorra / Cusco, including transfer to the hotel.

Not Included

Breakfast on the first morning. And lunch last day
The sleeping bags (4) of the season can be rented at our office for US $ 12 for the 3-day hike.
Tips for the guide, cook and porters
Personal equipment

What To Bring ?

Original passport and Student card (ISIC) green card
Insurance card is essential
Hiking water proof boots (with ankle protectors )
Waterproof jacket or rain poncho
Sleeping bag
Warm jack
Hat and gloves
Comfortable trousers
Rain pants
Sun hat, Bathing suit (for hot springs in santa teresa and Aguas Calientes)
Sun protection cream ( factor 35 recommended ) sun is strong
Insect Repellent 40 % deet ( for mosquitos )
Water bottle
Water purification tablets (Micropur recommended)
Toilet paper
Personal medication
Camera and films
Torch with spare batteries (flashlight)
Extra contribution suggested money for tipping porters, cook and guide. and for any emergency (300 soles)
Walking poles ( black diamont or leki brand)
Optional items to take
Short pants
Walking poles (with rubber tips) they can also be hired from us.$15 usd the all trip.
Sleeping bags $20 usd the all trip.
Plaster and bandage.

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