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Located above the raging, glacier-fed Apurimac river, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and seated on a high ridge, Choquequirao is a remote and rarely visited "lost city of the Incas". The archeological complex is...read more
The Quechua name “Choquequirao” means “Cradle of Gold” and this Inca site is located high above the raging Apurimac River, surrounded by lush tropical cloud forest. This was one of the last refuges of the Incas...read more
For those who prefer to explore untouched terrain, Choquequirao is teh perfect option. During this trek, you may see less than a dozen, making this place a truly unique and quite retreat. Choquequirao has been...read more
“The trip was well organized, our things were always safely delivered from one base camp to the other and the food was sooooo delicious (hat off to the cook Vincente who did an amazing job, we were all well fed and...”
We are main local tour operators.Private minivans and guides,buffete meals 6 days. Private camp sites.
Enjoy a 4-day hike to the Choquequirao ruins. Discovered by a French explorer in the 18th century, this place fascinated 19th century explorers and was also visited by Hiram Bingham prior to his discovery of Machu...read more
With the Imperial trekking we offer the hiker a unique 8-day adventure trek between jungle and mountains, from the holy city of Choquequirao to the lost city of Machu Picchu. This road was one of the most important...read more