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Evolution Treks Peru

Cusco, Peru
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Evolution Treks Peru. Empowering Women, Employee Owned. Sustainable & Eco-friendly. Fair Trade Tourism. Socially Conscious.
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Thibault A wrote a review Oct 15
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My friend and I booked a 4 day/3 nights Inca Trail with Evolution Treks Peru and we couldn't be happier with our choice. Rudi was a great guide, really passionate about the Inca Civilization and got us inspired us throughout the trip! Everytime we reached an archeological landmark, we traveled back in time as Rudi was describing the place and explaining its cultural relevance. The porters and cook were really friendly and having someone wake you up at 4am with a cup of tea is definitely something I will miss. Thanks to the Evolution Treks Peru Team for this awesome trip!
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Date of experience: October 2021
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NomadMotherPeru wrote a review Oct 11
Berkeley, California3 contributions
My husband, our 15 year old son, and I had a really wonderful time this past week doing the 4 day/3 night Inca trail with Evolution Treks Peru. The 16 porters who did all of the heavy work for the trip (for a total of 9 paid hikers) were just amazing in terms of their organization, stamina, strength and teamwork. They always had our packs laid out and our tents set up when we arrived at camp every evening and were very personable in their interactions with the group. The chef and his assistant made very delicious and nutritious meals with plenty of fresh vegetables. As requested, they made special gluten-free meals and snacks for me. And, they even surprised me with two gluten free cakes. Much appreciated! Our guide, Marco, kept the group laughing with his jokes and informed us about each day's itinerary and what we would be seeing at each of the Inca ruins along the trail. Sarah, Marco's assistant, was also very helpful in keeping the group motivated and informed. The entire group really appreciated everything that Marco did to change our assigned campsites on the trail so that we didn't do all three passes on one day and didn't hike in the dark for four hours to get to the Sun Rise gate on our last day. I was particularly thankful for Marco's efforts which involved a number of conversations with the rangers as I was having problems with my knee and was very worried about hiking a very steep, rocky, and slippery trail in the dark! I should note that Marco succeeded in changing our itinerary in part because of the low numbers of people on the trail. At peak post-Covid season, this may not be possible. Finally, it was obvious to us from Marco's excellent tour of Machu Picchu that he knows the site well and is passionate about all things Inca!
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Date of experience: October 2021
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djgravez wrote a review Oct 10
Loomis, California4 contributions3 helpful votes
4 days, nearly 40 miles, 400 flights of stairs, 5000 feet elevation gain, peaked at 14000 feet ~ There were days I questioned if we’d all make it. By far the most difficult hike we’ve ever done but we all supported and encouraged each other. And our guide Rudi was our biggest supporter. Not only did he bring to life the history of the Inca people, he continually reminded us this was a pilgrimage, he walked with the slowest of us, ran with the quickest, gave constant encouragement and carried our bags when we were too weak. The food was amazing, the porters inspiring, and the service outstanding. We felt like spoiled old friends. Do pay for porters, it’s so worth it. Not only for your own enjoyment but for their smiles. An Absolutely breathtaking accomplishment made possible by evolution treks.
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Date of experience: September 2021
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Ninez P wrote a review Oct 10
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This was a celebration of Cal sisterhood who had known each other for about 40 years! We did the 1 day Inca trail with the most competent, kind, super lista guide Vania and our porter Alberto who taught us some dance steps while on the trail! We were slow, but together, as the African proverb says, we went further as a group, humbled by the sacred places on the trail. Winay Wayna took our breaths away. Miguel zoomed call with us prior to getting to Peru, met him in Cuzco and took very good care of us. We also did a Pizac tour where we drove up and hiked down. Our guide and driver was also so informed. I respect the philosophy of ET and would work with them again when I return to Peru.
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Date of experience: September 2021
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Charles R wrote a review Oct 10
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We spent 4 amazing days during our Inca Trail - 42km of pure pleasure - to finish to Machupicchu... Just mind blowing ! Don't hesitate any second to choose Evolution Treks : you will be handle by super team - with plenty of attentions and care. Nice food, nice camps site and a really professional guide. They really take care of their team - with great equipments notably. Explications were clear, precise and willing to reply to any questions. Thank you to Miguel, the porters and now friend - Daniel ! Don't Hesitate !
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Date of experience: October 2021
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