The Choquequrao treck is a beautiful four-day adventure into the Andean mountains. It is known as the “sister” ruins to Mach Picchu. Choquequirao is a Quechua word that means ‘Cradle of Gold’ and is located 3,080 meters above sea level in one of the fringes of the mountain Salkantay, north of the Apurímac River. Choquequirao is home to a variety of animals and birds such as the condor, foxes, vizcachas, pumas, hummingbirds, spectacled bears and the cock of the rocks. In addition, like Machu Picchu, there is a great variety of orchids.
We look forward to taking you on this wild adventure and having a Bloody Bueno time!
All tours can be done privately where you can set the departure time, add in or remove sites and most importantly go at your own pace. Please ask us for more information about availabily and prices.