Our trek was wonderful! We had 16 people from all the tour companies combined. I guess they all recently merged to work together. We booked through Expotour as we liked their e-mail response to our inquiry the best. It was well written and thorough. The guides and cook we're fantastic. We had Omar, Jesus Alberto, and Paula. It wasn't an issue that we spoke very little Spanish, and the guides spoke almost no English. There were plenty of people of the trek that spoke both and translated for several of us. The food was great, and plentiful. Made friends with folks from 6 different countries on our 5 day trek. Would definitely recommend the 5 day option. The trek is grueling enough as it is. Doing it in 4 days would have been even harder. It is beautiful, and fun. A really neat experience to live among, meet, and learn about the indigenous tribes that live in the area. One does need to be prepared that this will be one of the hardest treks you may ever do. We all came back with lots of "war wounds"- blisters, bruises, scratches, rashes, and mosquito bites. The trail is hard! Uphill or downhill 90% of the time, through rocks, mud, streams, rivers, and jungle. Your muscles and knees will take a beating. Having said that, it was an amazing experience that will push you to your limits physically and mentally- and you will be very proud of yourself at the end!
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