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Venture into this fascinating 49km journey through Apurimac – one of the deepest canyons in the country –, to the Inca City of Chokequiraow, considered the last bastion of Inca resistance, where Manco and the other Incas of Vilcabamba resisted the onslaught of the Spanish, until the capture and execution of Túpac Amaru I in 1572; and also known as Machu Picchu’s twin sister for their structural and architectural similarities; where, on the crest of the mountain, constructions inherited from the ancient Peruvians with graphic representations also rise. 

Besides its archeological and historical value, this trek is also rich in wildlife mainly because of the mighty Apurimac River – that moves in direction of the Amazon River – feeding the cloud forest, habitat to orchids, bamboo, spectacled bear, Andean deer, llamas, usno, and even Andean condor.

What to bring…

Make sure you double check with your guide about all departure times

Itineraries

Day 1

Cusco – Cachora – Santa Rosa

Transfer Cusco to Cachora (2,800masl)
3hr hike Cachora to Chikisca
Lunch
4hr hike to Santa Rosa (2,230masl)
Dinner and camping

Day 2

Santa rosa – Maranpata – Chokequiraow

Breakfast
4hr hike to Maranpata (2,900masl)
Lunch
2hr hike to Chokequiraow camp
Archeological tour
Dinner an camping for the night

Day 3

Chokequiraow – Santa Rosa – Chikisca

Breakfast
3hr hike to Santa Rosa (2,200masl)
Lunch
4 hike to Chikisca (1,800masl)
Dinner and camping

Day 4

Chikisca- Capuliyoc – Cusco

Breakfast
4hr hike to Capuliyoc
Lunch
Transfer to Cusco

Feel free to ask, if there’re any doubts:

  • Classic Cusco City Tour
  • Transfers, within tour itinerary
  • Entrance fees to main parks
  • Certified bilingual tour guide
  • Lodging/camping within tour itinerary, only
  • Meals within tour itinerary, only
  • Oxygen bottle and First-aid kit (emergencies only)
  • Sports equipment (if applies)
  • Chef and porters (if applies)

These can be arranged at an extra-cost:

  • Extra-lodging (before/after tour)
  • Sleeping bags and trekking poles
  • Optional experiences
  • Horse rentals, when not at the core of tour/experience
  • Snacks, alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, and water bottles
  • Bathroom tent 
  • Travel insurance
  • Souvenirs

Gratuities not included

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