I did a 2 night trek with Condor. The idea of non profit is very nice, but unfortunately theres little to zero interactions with the local community despite the fact we all spoke fluent Spanish. The guide was extremely nice and helpful yet the information and explanations provided throughout the trek are very basic and limited. I expected much more. The sceneries are beautiful and the food is vegetarian and quite ok. For the high price it would be nice if at least there were running water in the over night cabins (first night) and hot water as promised (second night) but that's not the end of the world.
I would still recommend this trek though as there's absolutely zero activity on day 3 would consider doing a single night trek instead.
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