Choquequirao Classic Trek 4 Days 3 Nights

The Classic Choquequirao Trek, Choquequirao known as ‘cradle of gold’ is a dispersed archaeological complex located in the Vilcabamba mountain range at 3100 m/10170 ft. which is perfect for those who want to explore the Andes and its magnificent views of the beautiful landscape and flora and fauna. It is an ideal place for many tourists who are interested in learning more about the lost city of the Incas.

Duration: 4 Days
Departure Time: 5:00 am .
Location:  Cuzco, Peru
Group Service price: US$699 – Secure Checkout PayPal  Pay Now
The intricacy of these majestic ruins suggests that Choquequirao was once of high importance to the Inca empire. Before a bridge was constructed over the Apurimac River, the site was remote and mostly inaccessible. Luckily for explorers this bridge can now connect them to this once hidden ancient city.
  • Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Multi-Day Trip
  1. Day 1: Cuzco – Chiquisca (Meals: L, D) Camp

    This journey begins in Cusco from where you will leave at 5.00 am and drive for 4 hours towards the Andean community of Cachora. Along the way, you will stop at Tarawasi, a site where Inca ceremonies and celebrations to Mother Earth were conducted. From there you leave Tarawasi and continue to Saywite. Here you find the famous Inca rock that was believed to be a construction plan for the Tahuantinsuyo Empire (Inca Empire). At this rock you will see carvings of animals representing the main deities. From Saywite you continue hiking for half an hour to Cachora (2,800 m/9,184 ft) where you will enjoy a nice lunch. After lunch, you begin a two and a half hour hike towards Abra Capuliyoc (2,750 m/9,020 ft). Here are beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and the Apurimac River Canyon. Then, you continue descending for two hours towards Chiquisca, where you will eat dinner and spend the night.
  2. Day 2: Chiquisca – Choquequirao (Meals: B,L, D) Camp

    You leave Chiquisca around 6am to hike for an hour to Rosalina Beach. You then cross the Apurimac River and start hiking towards Santa Rosa. This climb is a series of switchbacks up a steep slope and will take approximately two hours. In Santa Rosa you have a break for 90 minutes. Afterwards you hike for two and a half hours until you reach the lunch spot in Marampata. From here, you walk another two hours until you reach the archaeological complex of Choquequirao (3,103 m/10,178 ft) where you will enjoy some free time to explore the terraces and Inca monuments. When the sun is setting, there is a great opportunity to enjoy the magnificent view over the canyon, where condors often are spotted.
  3. Day 3: Choquequirao – Hacienda San Ignacio – Tambobamba (Meals: B, L, D) Camp

    The day begins with a nice breakfast after you return to Choquequirao, and with a little luck you can get the possibility to experience the incredible condors in the Apurimac Canyon. The journey continues back to Tambobamba and you will stop at the former estate San Ignacio, where you will rest and have lunch. Then you will follow the road to the hostel and arrive at 5:30pm approximately. A welcome cocktail and dinner will await you before you go to sleep.
  4. Day 4: Tambobamba – Cusco (Meals: B )

    The final day begins with a free morning after breakfast. You can make time to visit the nearby small processing plant of rum (distilled from sugar cane), or take a walk to the former estate of Tambobamba. An alternative could also be to play some indoor games (such as table soccer, “toad “and others) or relax in the hammocks while waiting for lunch to be served. Then, you will board the bus to Cuzco, arriving approximately 2:20 pm between 3:00pm.
The Package Include: The Package Does Not Include:
Pre briefing 1 or 2 days before to start your trek with your guide. Breakfast on the first day
Pick up from your hotel. Dinner on day four
Transportation from Cuzco to Cachora trail-head. Walking stick / you can hire in our office
English speaking tour guide. Sleeping bag / you can hire in our office
Professional chef assistance.   Gratuities (optional)
All meals such as breakfast, lunch, happy hour, dinner are provided.
Vegetarian food is available, snacks every morning.
Boiled water to refill your water bottle and hot water for washing purposes.
Dinning tent, kitchen tent, chairs, and table and gas lamp for the evenings.
Horsemen and horses to carry all hiking gears and food.
We carry 7 kg of your stuff so you will only walk with your day bag with water.
Entrance fee for the Inca site and the camp site fees.
Guided tour in the Inca complex.
One emergency horse which can be ridden if you are feeling ill or tired.
Comfort tents with foam mats
First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle.

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