4-Day Choquequirao Trek


Do you want to take part in an adventure that will last a lifetime? Join us on our popular 8-Day Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu. These ruins are situated on top of a mountain that is unknown to most. It is compared to Machu Picchu because of the palaces, temples, canals, and aqueducts. Being “rediscovered” and then forgotten is the especial story of Choquequirao, the last Inca shelter. In 1768, Cosme Bueno, a historian, was the first person to announce its existence. The French Eugen de Santiges and Leónce Angrad did the same in XIX century. In 1911, Hiram Bingham, who discovered Machu Picchu the same year, acknowledged the importance of its buildings. You will learn how the Inca’s lived and thrived during their period. If you like history and adventure, this tour is for you!



Day 01: Cusco – Lima Tambo Ruins – Cachora – Chiquisca

The expedition starts when we pick you up at 5am and head towards the village of San Pedro Cachora. We will stop there for breakfast and meet the horses and mules, that will carry all the equipment for the expedition. We will continue our trek to the pass of Capuliyoc, which is a beautiful passage with diverse landscapes, such as the snow-capped mountain of Pedroyoc and the river of Apurimac. We will then descend towards the Chiquisca canyon, where we will set up camp for the night.

Day 02: Chiquisca – Maranpata – Choquequirao Ruins

After breakfast we will begin this day by descending to La Playa Rosalina. Eventually we will cross the Apurimac River, the lowest point of the trek. We will then continue to Marampata, where we will stop to take in the breathtaking views of Choquequirao. We will then listen to a guided tour of the “sister city” of Machu Picchu.

Day 03: Choquequirao Ruins – Maranpata – Chiquisca

We will have an early start to this day and begin by seeing the sunrise over the ruins. We will stop for breakfast and descend to our campsite for the night, Chiquica.

Day 04: Chiquisca – Cachora – Cusco

We will be woken up to the sound of birds chirping and a beautiful scenery. We will then make our way back to Cachora, which will take 5 to 7 hours. Upon arriving, we will be met by our private van that will take us back to Cusco.

Departure time:

  • 5:00 in the morning
  • Pick up at the hotels approximately 30 – 60 minutes before this time; The exact time of collection is shown at
  • the time of reconfirmation.


  • 4 days (approx.)

Turn details:

  • the tour ends in the main square of Cusco


  • Professional Bilingual guides.
  • Hotel pickup
  • 3 breakfast, 3 Lunches, 3 Dinners
  • 3 nights Camping
  • Sleeping mattresses note (if you want to hire a comfortable air mattresses it can also be hired from us)
  • Cook horseman mules (carry up to 5kg per person mules or porters (they just carry cooking stuff and camping equipment)
  • Double occupancy tents
  • First Aid kit
  • Vegetarian Option or special diet-Free available.

Does not include:

  • First breakfast, last dinner.
  • Mineral water (boiled water provided with food but you can buy it along the way)
  • Sleeping bag (you can hire from us US $ 20)
  • Walking poles (you can hire from us US $ 20)

Additional Information:

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Original passport and copies (and Student card (ISIC) student card if applicable) green card if you are student
  • Travel Insurance card is essential
  • Hiking boots, Sandals or Flip Flops
  • Water proof jacket, Rain Poncho, T-shirts, Shorts pants, Comfortable trousers, Sun hat, Sun Block Sunglasses, Insect repellent 15% of deet at least – no malaria risk reported, Toilet Paper, Personal Medication, flashlight (it is useful for early mornings), Plasters, Sandals
  • Emergency money at least 200- 300 extra soles (USD $ 120)
  • Walking poles (with rubber tips). They can also be rented from us


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