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Choquequirao Trek To Machu Picchu 8 Days

8 Days and 7 Nights
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Spanish, English
Departure city: Cusco, Peru
Ends in the city: Cusco, Peru
Group Size: 12 PER GROUP
Availability: Daily Departures
Trip Styles: Hiking
Max Altitude: 4135M. / 13566 FT.
Lodging Type: Camps & Hotel
Difficulty: Vigorous

Choquequirao Trek 8 Days

The Choquequirao Trek  To Machu Picchu 8 Days is an adventurous and exciting hike through the high jungle, which will take you to Machu Picchu through beautiful landscapes and Inca ruins.This expedition will take you to two of Peru’s most famous archeological sites: CHOQUEQUIRAO and MACHU PICCHU. Both of these ancient cities were considered towns of nobles and priests, and this means that they held high amounts of significance to the Inca people. You will get the chance to learn about the legends and treasures left behind by the Inca and listen to the stories the majestic mountains are aching to tell. These towns mark the beginning of the end of the Incas. Both cities were abandoned before the Spanish conquerors were able to follow them there and exploit their treasures. They were only found and popularized later by explorers on expeditions through the Andes. Join us on this trek to experience untouched beauty, live in scarcely visited history, and lament in the final steps of one of the world’s most influential ancient cultures.

The journey to Choquequirao is along one of the many ancient trails that snake their way through the Amazon. Many travel magazines list it as one of the top ten hikes in the world for the great variety of biodiversity and wildlife. Along the way, you will get to experience both tall mountains and deep jungle valleys. It will not disappoint! One thing that makes the Choquequirao trail so special is the lack of traffic it gets every year. Because the ruins are so remote and challenging to reach, it is common for less than 20 people to visit the site every day. This means that you will have a truly unique and personal experience!.

Due to the remote and challenging nature of the trek, it is essential to only travel with the most qualified tour operators. Our staff members are well trained and eager to make your trip as enjoyable as possible. They have all undergone three to five years of training at universities or specialist schools to earn their qualifications. This is one of the luxuries we have to offer – expert guides, rated as such by our clients.

Why Take The 8 Day Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu?

  • Explore the 2 largest and most important Inca archaeological sites that exist: Choquequirao and Machu Picchu.
  • Advance on ancient roads built by the Incas and visit other small archaeological centres.
  • Enjoy a wide variety of landscapes and climates. Travel through the snow-capped Andean mountains at more than 4,000 masl / 13,123 fasl and then get closer and closer to the Amazon jungle.
  • First enjoy the tranquility of a route little traveled by tourists and then make new friends among the crowd in Machu Picchu.
  • Get to know the Apurímac Canyon which is the deepest in the American continent and which is located next to Choquequirao.

Relevant information Of Choquequirao trek 8 Days

  • We are a socially responsible tour operator and always respectful of our Mother Earth, or Pachamama. For 10 years we have helped our passengers to take home unforgettable memories of their vacation. We use the best equipment and we have the best and most experienced guides.
  • Remember that we do not operate the Choquequirao-Machu Picchu Route during the months of January, February, and March due to the rainy season that puts the safety of travellers at risk.
  • We recommend that you book your Choquequirao-Machu Picchu package as soon as possible, especially if you travel in high season (May-September). Entrances to Machu Picchu and the Vistadome train service can be easily run out.
  • Remember that our mules and horses will carry your luggage so you can fully enjoy your adventure. During the walk you’ll only need to carry a small backpack with the essential items.
  • The weather during this excursion is extremely variable so we recommend that you wear “layered” clothing so that you can warm and unzip as you please in the middle of the route.
  • Important! Take mosquito repellent with you. You’ll really need it.

DAY 1Cusco - Cachora - Playa Rosalina (Apurimac River)

Visit places
La Playa Rosalina Camp

We will pick you up early from your hotel to head to Capuliyoc, the starting point of the trek. You will enjoy a delicious breakfast and meet the trekking team before starting a three-hour downhill hike to Chiquisca, where we will spend the night. This afternoon, enjoy the scenery of the valley, the canyon and, perhaps, the majestic flight of the condor. In the evening, we will visit the tropical oasis of Chiquisca before having a delicious dinner and rest.

Our exciting adventure begins today! We will pick you up from your hotel around 7:00 a.m. and head to Capuliyoc on a four-hour drive. You will have a delicious breakfast that will give you the energy to start the epic hike. After exploring the area, we will head along a flat trail until we reach the Capuliyoc viewpoint (2,890 m / 9,482 ft). Here, we will enjoy the breathtaking views of the Apurimac Canyon and, if we are lucky, we will be able to witness the amazing flight of the condor.

We will begin to descend through a constant zigzagging under intense heat, where you can only hear the sound of the wind and the rhythmic songs of birds and cicadas. On the way, we will stop for a moment at Cocamasana, where the views are simply majestic.

After three hours of intense descent, we will arrive at the tropical oasis of Chiquisca (1,900 m / 6,234 ft), a place full of life in the middle of the arid canyon. We will walk around the area and learn a little more about the farming activities of the families that live in this beautiful place. Then we head for lunch and recharge our batteries to continue the hike to Rosalina beach.

Then we will continue walking downhill for 1 hour to our camp Playa Rosalida (1,500 m / 4,921 ft), this camp is located on the banks of the Apurimac River, after settling into our comfortable tents we will explore the place and go to relax our feet in the river. Then we will start with the happy hours where we will serve hot teas and desserts, after 30 minutes we will serve dinner prepared by our professional chef. Today you will sleep soundly with absolute silence and a calm noise of the river.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camps
  • Difficulty:Moderate
  • Walking Distance:12 km / 7.5 mi
  • Camp elevation:1,500 m / 4,921 ft
  • Highest Elevation:2,890 m / 9,482 ft

DAY 2Playa Rosalina - Maranpata - Choquequirao (Golden Cradle)

Visit places
La Playa Rosalina
Santa Rosa
Choquequirao Camp

A hearty breakfast will be ready and waiting for you today to give you the boost you need to start our amazing hike. We set out on a path that winds its way up the mountainside.

We will ascend in a zigzagging way for two and a half hours until we reach the small village of Santa Rosa (1,970 m / 6,463 ft), we will visit a family farm and learn about the elaboration of Cambray, a handmade liquor made from sugar cane grown in this place. After enjoying a delicious lunch and being part of this experience, we will climb for three more hours to reach Marampata (2,900 m / 9,514 ft). Here, you will appreciate the most spectacular views and take excellent photographs to remember your trip through the snow-capped mountains and canyon.

Then we continue a winding trail for 2 hours to our camp in choquequirao (2,900 m / 9,514 ft), after settling into our comfortable tents we will go to explore the main square of the archaeological center of choquequirao (3,050 m / 10,006 ft).

You will have a fantastic opportunity to see the brilliant sunset behind Choquequirao and the surrounding mountains. An orange glow will be cast over the giant rocks that will fill you with peace. Once it gets dark, we will enjoy a delicious dinner that will fill your hungry stomach and replenish your energy. Afterwards, you will head back to your tent to rest under the stars.

  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camps
  • Difficulty:Challenging
  • Walking Distance:13 km / 8 mi
  • Camp elevation:2,900 m / 9,514 ft
  • Highest Elevation:3,050 m / 10,006 ft

DAY 3Choquequirao - Choquequirao Pass - Pinchaunuyoc

Visit places
Choquequirao Archaeological Complex
Choquequirao Pass

Today we will get up early to enjoy one of the most spectacular sunrises you can imagine. The sun’s rays will fill this place with color and life. Take a moment to thank Mother Nature for all the wonderful things she has given us. After breakfast, we will hike for half hour athrough the cloud forest. You will really feel like you are among the clouds.

Once in Choquequirao, our guide will explain the history of this incredible place, also known as “the last refuge of the Incas”. Around noon, we will enjoy a picnic lunch that the chef will bring to the complex. Then, we will walk until we reach the Usnu and have a better panoramic view of the area; with luck, we will be able to observe the condor flying through the Andean sky, we will also visit the terraces and the Pacchayoc waterfall.

After a magical experience in this enigmatic citadel, we will start ascending for an hour until we reach the Choquequirao Pass (3,270 m / 10,728 ft), then, we will descend to the next archaeological complex on our route, Pinchaunuyoc (2,420 m / 7,940 ft). You will be amazed by the platforms that appear suspended over the abyss of the Blanco River canyon. You will enjoy a short tour of the site before resting at our campsite.

  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camps
  • Difficulty:Easy
  • Walking Distance:10 km /6.2 mi
  • Camp elevation:2,420 m / 7,940 ft
  • Highest Elevation:3,270 m / 10,728 ft

DAY 4Pinchaunuyoc - Minas Victoria - Yamana

Visit places
Abra Minas Victorida
Minas Victoria
Yanama Camp

After recharging our energy with another nourishing breakfast, we’ll continue our way down to the bottom of the canyon until we reach the Blanco River. Then, we´ll ascend to where the landscape becomes lush and full of green vegetation. If the sky is clear, we´ll be able to enjoy the beautiful snow-capped mountains that surround us. Otherwise, we will see the clouds falling down the valley below us. In both cases, the view becomes incredibly beautiful, so don’t worry too much about the weather.

Later, we´ll continue ascending until we reach the summit. One of our favorite parts of the fourth day is waking up to the rhythmic sounds of the forest and birds. It is a truly fantastic experience that will strengthen your bond with mother nature.

After three and a half hours of pure ascent, we´ll arrive at Maizal (3,000 m / 9,843 ft), a beautiful hamlet in the middle of beautiful valleys. We´ll continue ascending, and this part of the trail is historically significant due to the large presence of Inca trails. We´ll pass by the impressive Inca mines, called Minas Victoria, from which silver used to be extracted. Next, we´ll head towards the San Juan Pass (4,200 m / 13,780 ft). We´ll have lunch while enjoying the views of the snow-capped peaks of Choquetakarpo and Padreyoc. If you were not able to see the condors before this point, you may have the opportunity here, depending on the season.

Finally, we´ll descend to our campsite at Yanama (3,600 m / 11,811 ft), a small settlement at the bottom of a long valley surrounded by mountains. Another delicious dinner and a well-deserved night’s sleep awaits you.

  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camps
  • Difficulty:Challenging
  • Walking Distance:18 km / 11.18 mi
  • Camp elevation:3,600 m / 11,811 ft
  • Highest Elevation:4,200 m / 13,780 ft

DAY 5Yanama - Mountain Range - Totora - Collpapampa

Visit places
Yanama Pass
Moutain Range
Collpapampa Camp

Yanama, where you slept last night, is a remote indigenous community that’s nestled in the hills of the Andes. You’ll find that when you start your day this morning, we’re joined by excited local children and serenaded by the sounds of the jungle and a rushing waterfall.

After breakfast, we’ll begin hiking uphill for 5 hours to the highest part of our entire trek, the Yanama Pass (4,650 m / 15,256 ft). As we walk, we’ll be able to observe Andean villagers farming their potatoes in the terraced valley hills. Potatoes are native to this part of the world, and it shows with the many varieties on offer and the diverse ways of cooking them. Here, we’ll have a fantastic view of the Saqsarayoc and Padreyoc mountain ranges.

The morning’s climb will bring us into a new environment—depending on the season, and we could be walking through snow at this point of the trek. It’s here that we’ll get the first view of the Salkantay Mountain, one of the ancient Inca gods, also known as an Apu.

Afterward, we’ll descend on a long, foggy path through grassy fields, bushy areas, and crossing bridges on the way to the community of Totora. Along this stretch, we‘ll have a break for lunch and rest to recuperate. Then, we’ll continue for one hour more until we reach our campsite in Collpapampa. In total, we’ll descend for 4 hours. We’ll spend the night in tents, surrounded by this warm and welcoming community and outstanding natural beauty.

  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camps
  • Difficulty:Moderate
  • Walking Distance:15 km / 9.32 mi
  • Camp elevation:3,360 m / 11,024 ft
  • Highest Elevation:4,650 m / 15,256 ft

DAY 6Collpapampa - Cloud Forest - Lucmabamba - Hot Springs

Visit places
La Playa
Lucmabamba Camp
Hot Springs

You’ll wake up to another tasty breakfast this morning. Today’s trek is mainly downhill, continuing along an original Inca trail. We’ll walk through dark woods and appreciate the depths of the cloud forest—a really fascinating part of the hike.

We’ll walk for around 6 hours today as we head back into the heat of the jungle. We’ll get to see wildlife, such as hummingbirds, woodpeckers, and many species of wild orchids and begonias, which are common in this region.

As you hike along a trail on the left side of the Santa Teresa River, you’ll spot small plantations of bananas, passion fruit, and coffee, which you can taste if you would like. On the way, we’ll also stop at small waterfalls for refreshment. The climate and vegetation are very different here from the other days of our trek. La Playa is the biggest village on the route, and after a rest there, we’ll continue walking for 30 minutes to Lucmabamba, where we’ll enjoy a delicious lunch and settle into our campsite.

Since you’ll have free time this afternoon, we recommend you visit the relaxing thermo-medicinal waters of Cocalmayo that are nearby. It’s the best way to recover after so many days of walking and will help to relax your muscles. This evening, you’ll head back for a filling dinner before heading to bed in your jungle accommodation for the night.

  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camps
  • Difficulty:Moderate
  • Walking Distance:22 km / 13.67 mi
  • Camp elevation:2,000 m / 6,562 ft
  • Highest Elevation:2,800 m / 9,186 ft

DAY 7Lucmabamba - Llacta pata - Aguas Calientes

Visit places
Llactapata Archaeological Complex
Aguas Calientes Hotel

The last day of actual hiking has arrived. We’ll walk 3 hours after breakfast uphill on a section of the original Inca Trail. Along this stretch, you can see the incredible landscape of Santa Teresa valley and some coffee and passion fruit plantations below.

Once we reach the top of that mountain, we’ll find the fabulous Inca site of Llactapata, from where you’ll get to enjoy your first views of the Inca city of Machu Picchu. You’ll also tour the site and learn all about it from your guide.

Afterward, we’ll descend for an hour and a half to our lunch place in Aobamba. Once you’re full and refreshed, we’ll continue to Hidroelectrica from where we’ll follow the railway for three more hours to the small town of Aguas Calientes (2,040 m / 6,693 ft). If you’re tired at this point, you can also take the train for this last part.

When you get to the town, you’ll check into a comfortable hotel and have some time to relax. Before dinner, you’ll have the option to visit the thermo-medicinal waters, the reason why the town is known as Aguas Calientes. This is another fantastic chance to rest your tired muscles.

Tonight, we’ll have dinner in a restaurant. Then a night of well-deserved rest awaits you because the next morning, you’ll need to wake up before dawn to go to the incredible archaeological complex of Machu Picchu.

  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Difficulty:Moderate
  • Walking Distance:25 km / 15.53 mi
  • Accommodation elevation:2,040 m / 6,692 ft
  • Highest Elevation:2,800 m / 9,186 ft

DAY 8Aguas Calientes Machu Picchu - Cusco Hotel

Visit places
Agucas Calientes
Machu Picchu Tour
Return by train to Cusco

Your excitement for our visit to Machu Picchu will be huge this morning as we awake bright and early in the morning. After a nourishing breakfast at your hotel, we’ll take one of the first buses to Machu Picchu entrance checkpoint which is open from 6:00 am until 17:00 pm.

You´ll arrive when the sun rises and shines its beautiful morning light on the huge rocks. After enjoying the spectacular view, you´ll have time to explore this Wonder of the World while touring the citadel on a guided tour of approximately two hours to some of the important sectors: temples, terraces, palaces, houses, fields, among others. You´ll be impressed by the engineering of the Incas, which was far ahead of its time and to this day remains a mystery.

Then, you can choose to climb Huayna Picchu mountain or Machu Picchu mountain (if you have tickets booked in advance). You´ll be able to get an incredible view of the whole site. Don’t forget to take good pictures in this sacred place.

Once back in the town, you’ll have time to find a restaurant you want to have lunch in before you have to catch the train at 4:22 pm (subject to availability) to Ollantaytambo. There, our private transport will pick up your group and drop you off at your accommodation in Cusco at around 8:00 pm. Rest your feet and your body now because we can assure you your heart will still be soaring for weeks and years to come with the rhythm of the Andes.

  • Meals:  Breakfast
  • Difficulty:Moderate
  • Tour in Machu Picchu: 2-3 hours exploring
  • Machu Picchu Site Elevation: 2,430 m / 7,972 ft
  • Huayna Picchu Mountain Elevation: 2,720 m / 8,924 ft
  • Machu Picchu Mountain Elevation: 3,000 m / 9,843 ft
Trip Info
Packing List
Before You Go
High Quality Service & Safety
  • Pre-departure briefing
  • Experienced Guide speaks English and Spanish
  • A professional cook only for our group
  • Motorola Talkabout Radio, for communication
  • Medical Kit – First Aid Kit
  • One duffle bag per person
  • Customer Service 24/7
  • Extra oxygen
Private Camping Equipment
  • We also include a large tent with table and chairs for you to enjoy your meal without worry-free, and all the cooking equipment, carried by our porters and horses
  • We also included a portable toilet
Permits & Entrance Tickets
  • Entrance Ticket to Choquequirao Archaeological Site
  • Entrance Ticket to Machu Picchu Circuit (1 or 2)
  • Horses, and muleteers horses carry your 8-kg / 16-pound personal items.
  • Day 7: your duffle bag will be transported by car and train.
  • Day 8: Bus ticket to Machu Picchu round trip.
  • Day 8: Train Ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
  • Day 8: Private transport from Ollantaytambo train station to your hotel in Cusco.
  • Meals: 8 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches, and 7 Dinners
  • Meals: vegetarian and vegan
  • Water to drink on the trail every day
  • Wake up tea, every morning
  • Tea Time or Happy Hour, every afternoon
  • Snacks on the trail daily
  • Products for hygiene
  • Personal Accommodation in Private Campsites
  • 4-Person, 4-season tents, destined for 2 travelers
  • 1 Polar sheet per person
  • Pillows throughout the tour
  • Rubber warmers, for the night
  • Hotel in Aguas Calientes
Additional Included
  • Emergency horse to ride
  • PRO Air sleeping pad, Therma-Rest brand
  • Sleeping bag
  • Trekking stick
What Is Not Included?
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips for our staff
  • Additional costs or delays out of control of the management
  • One foamy sleeping pad per person
  • Original Passport
  • Walking boots
  • Waterproof jacket / rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • Hat and gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Comfortable trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream (factor 35 or higher)
  • Insect repellant
  • Toiletries and hand sanitiser
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and film with extra batteries
  • Torch with spare batteries
  • Daypack

Information Before leaving for the Choqueuirao Trek To Machu Picchu 8 Days

We want to make your trip to Peru as memorable and as easy as possible. In this section, you will find speedy answers to all those questions you had about Choquequirao Trek 8 Days in one place. Please read the following information carefully – it will help you with any questions about our services.
Has another question that we haven’t answered here? Drop us a line, and we will get back to you asap!

Briefing or informative meeting

All information meetings are held in your hotel at 6:00 p.m., one night before the tour begins. If you cannot attend, you must coordinate another time at the Peru Hike offices. These meetings last approximately 30 to 45 minutes and there you will be given a small duffel bag, in which you’ll put all the belongings you intend to bring on the trek that won’t be in your day pack.

Duffel bag or canvas case

ou’ll receive a canvas case or duffel bag during your briefing. The porters will take them on the way and will deliver them to you when you get to each camp. They measure 66 cm / 2 ft. Long x 36 cm / 1 ft. Wide.

A maximum of 5 kg is allowed for each duffel bag that includes the weight of your sleeping bag, mat, clothes and other personal items.

Payment of Trek Balance (in Cusco)

The trek has to be paid for in full by at least 7.30 pm two days before departure. For example, if your tour departs on a Wednesday, then you must come to our office before 7.30 pm on Monday.

It would be much appreciated if you pay the trek balance in cash US dollars or local currency. You can withdraw some money from several ATMs along Avenida Sol (either in US dollars or local Peruvian Soles). You can pay by credit card or PAYPAL online, but you will have to pay an 8% service charge, charged by VISA and PAYPAL. We do not accept bank checks or payment of the balance by traveler’s checks.

Can I store my luggage at your office?

Of course! During the travel, your main luggage can be stored at our office(you can organize briefing day or by email) or at your hotel, both free of charge.

Any equipment that you are not going to need on the trek can be stored safely in your hotel. Nearly every hotel will provide this service. Don’t leave items of value with your bags, put them in the hotel safe and obtain an itemized receipt (In the unlikely case of theft many insurance companies require that you have a copy of the receipt itemizing all the items). Best put items such as credit cards inside a sealed, signed envelope for extra peace of mind.

Pick up of guests

Peru Hike can pick you up from your hotel, as long as it’s in the Historic Center of Cusco. The pickup time will be coordinated with your guide in the briefing. The pickup time may vary between 30 and 45 minutes due to traffic. Cusco is a very old city, therefore, it has many narrow cobbled streets. Some hotels and Airbnbs may be located on streets without access to cars or on long, steep slopes, making it difficult to transport luggage. We strongly recommend that you book accommodation with good access.

Return to Cusco

Returning from Machu Picchu requires quite a bit of logistics, but don’t worry. Everything is included in your tour!

  • In Machu Picchu you’ll board a bus that will take you for 25 minutes to the small city of Aguas Calientes. The buses are boarded according to your arrival.
  • In Aguas Calientes you’ll board a train to Ollantaytambo or Cusco. Your guide will give you the train tickets where the boarding time will be shown. Make sure you’re on the platform 30 minutes early. The train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo takes 2 hours.
  • Once you arrive at the station, our representative, identified with the Peru Hike clothing, will be waiting to transfer you to Plaza San Francisco, in Cusco. The trip from Ollantaytambo to Plaza San Francisco takes 2 hours.
  • In San Francisco, depending on your hotel’s location, we will take you to a smaller car from our company (Hyundai H1) to transfer you faster to your hotel in Cusco.

Group tours

Group tours are made up of different types of people. Physical conditions and ages can vary. By agreeing to be part of a group tour, you also accept that some people may be faster or slower than you. Therefore, each person can go at their own pace on the route. It may be the case that a group wishes to modify the tour; however, it will be the guide who decides, after consulting with all the participants, if said modifications can be made.

Strikes and demonstrations

Strikes and demonstrations are usually frequent in Peru and this may interrupt some of our tours. Roads can be blocked and train tracks can be taken over. However, we will try to keep your excursion as planned, even if it means leaving the night before the scheduled date. Under these circumstances, tours may also be cancelled. In case of changes or cancellations, all situations will be coordinated with you by our operations department. Your safety is our highest priority and our decisions will be made to protect it.

Lost objects

You’re responsible for your objects during the tour. Please pay attention to where you leave your things and remember to take everything once you leave our trucks, tents, or restaurants.

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Pedro m

Family Traveller

Excellent service in every aspect, we went on this walk as a family, we made the reservation almost 1 year in advance and without a doubt the walking and security was very reliable, our guide Jose and the cook Juan were very professional in service, really the service It is excellent I recommend it 100%, without a doubt on my next trip I will book with this company Peru Hike.

3 June, 2023

Duncan W

Group Traveller

Great trek. My guide Emerson was excellent, the food was delicious and the whole experience was well run. I enjoyed the ruins of Choquequirao over those at Machu Picchu, far fewer people and a beautifully picturesque location.

27 March, 2021
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