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Top Tours Alternate Routes to MachuPicchu – Rainbow Mountain Salkantay Trek – Inka Jungle Trail en Peru

Inca Trail Tours and Alternate Routes: Tours Salkantay trek – Santa Teresa – trek to Machu Picchu is known as the “alternative Inca Trail to Machu Picchu” often for trips to Machu Picchu. It has become popular in recent years alternate routes due to the restrictions and price increases in the four days of travel for the Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Trek permits are not required for this alternative route or alternate route to travel to Machu Picchu exist eg salkantay trek to Machu Picchu, the Inca Jungle Trail to Machu Picchu, Vilcabamba to Machu Picchu, the choquequirao trek to Machu Picchu, tours to Machu picchu one day, etc. so reservations can easily be made upon arrival in Cusco, even as late as one day before the start of your adventure travel for an alternate route to Machu Picchu.

Currently no control over the maximum number of hikers who perform tours Inca Trail to Machu Picchu by alternate routes, so during peak season (May-September), sometimes there may be more hikers the Classic Inca Trail and each year It is increasingly popular, especially among visitors from Latin America alternate routes to Machu Picchu.

INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU:

We created this website considering the availability for Machu Picchu Inca Trail is quickly exhausted; as it is limited to only 500 people per day (including support staff porters, chefs, guides, etc.), making it extremely necessary to make a reservation several months advance; at least two months in advance in low season (October to May) and 6 months in advance in high season (June to September) for each year in Peru.

TOURS PERU MACHU PICCHU, feels proud to offer superior service to our clients, and we manage all the services necessary to operate and organize all the packages offered, cars, minibuses, equipment, office-qualified staff, specialist assistants and professional guides.

We guarantee the quality of our service, with hundreds of satisfied customers. The passion we have for Peru helps us create for you some of the most memorable experiences of this wonderful country trip that will satisfy the interests of every traveler to Peru. With pleasure We work to transform their dream vacation in an exciting reality.

All packages TOURS PERU MACHUPICCHU, have been prepared by our travel consultants with experience and knowledge. All our packages are based on 4 different categories of hotels:

  • Basic class, based on a 2-star accommodation.
  • Economy Class based on 3 star hotels.
  • Premium class, based on 4 star hotels.
  • VIPs class, based on 5-star hotels

Choquequirao trek:

Choquequirao in the Quechua language means Golden Cradle, also known as the sacred sister of Machu Picchu, on different levels, from the lowest level to the top truncated highest, which was leveled and fenced with stones to form a platform .

At the time when it was inhabited would have been a cultural, religious and administrative center, it functioned as a checkpoint to ensure access to antisuyo, after it was abandoned for a long time something happened unnoticed but not unknown, until the American explorer Hiram Bingam to give notice, cause greater interest today in their housing and uncountable constructions terraces still keeps the mystery that is little known, but very visited. The program Choquequirao 4 days is an excellent choice for the alternate route to visit continuing to hear the diversity of both archaeological and natural attractions that both they combined in a great way for visitors.

Where you can enjoy the walk through beautiful landscapes with amazing panoramic views, as mountains forming impressive canyons that start from the 1550m / 5085ft up to 4700m / 15419ft, accompanied by snow as the Salkantay, the Apu guardianship of Cusco with 6271 m / 20574ft.

For this geography that has you can see the majestic flight of the Condors. Choquequirao presents numerous buildings many two-story niches inside, possibly to house some Inca deities, too you can see some irrigation canals.