My husband and I like to find treks that are less travelled. So when organising our holiday to South America, we decided not to walk the Inka trail to Machu Picchu, with 500 other people each day. We caught the train there instead and enjoyed a fabulous 2 days walking all over the site.
But we still wanted to include a challenging walk and found this one. All our other high altitude walks have been staying in tents, so what a treat to stay each night in these amazing lodges at such a high altitude, with a hot shower at the end of the day followed by a 3 course hot meal.
There were 4 in our group and we only saw 2 other tourists on the entire trek. No tourists, no shops, a few high altitude villages and us, so hard to find these days.
All the staff were faultless, my only suggestion is to heat the plates for the evening meal (maybe on top of the wood stove).