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Terra Quechua Peru Specialist in Trekking - Jungle - Culture

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Terra Quechua Peru


Our fixed departure date 2014 & 2015 our prices depend on the number of people you are at the time of leaving on the tour we leave with a minimum of 2 paxs and as maximum 10 paxs in each of our group.

We need 02 of you to open a new departure date, Please, note we will never pass you onto another operator we will go even if you are 02 ppl on our treks to Machupicchu!

3 Steps to Book with us.

Step 1: Select and send us your preferred departure dates(join us) as well as back up dates
Step 2: Send us all your personal information(same as appears on your passport) and if you will change passport send us a copy of the one who will use to purchase your Inca Trail permits)
Step 3: Send a Non-refundable Deposit US$200 for Inca Trail and US$150 for any of our Alternative Trek. per person to ensure your Inca Trail Permits as well as Entrance to Inca Trail & Machupicchu and you will be ready to go




Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu 4days

Challenge Salkantay Trek To Machu Picchu 3day

Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu 5days

Salkantay Trek Cultural 7days


Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 5days

Classic Inca Trail To Machu Picchu 4days

Challenge Inca Trail To Machupicchu 3day

Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2days

Inca Trail and Amazon 10days

Inca Trail Express 7days


Choquequirao Trek 4days

Choquequirao to Machupicchu 8Days 7Night

Choquequirao + Machupicchu 6Days

Choquequirao Trek 5days


Puerto Maldonado Tambopata 3Days 2Night

Tambopata Research Center 5Days 4Night

Puerto Maldonado Tambopata 4Days 3Night

Manu Reserve Zone Pto. Maldonado 8Days



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Terra Quechua is a professional tour operator founded in Cusco, Peru 10 years ago with the mission of providing personalized quality service to intrepid travelers coming to Peru in search of adventure and discovery. The founders hail from Chinchero in the Sacred Valley and Cusco city proper, our main area of operation and the location of our office, and are eager to share with you the wonder of Peruvian history, culture, flora and fauna. We invite you to visit and discover Peru and will be proud to accompany you on your adventure and provide you the best service possible so that you will return home with an unforgettable and exciting experience. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Terra Quechua offers a diverse combination of traditional and alternative tours, treks, and adventure tourism. Traditional tours include sites such as the mysterious lost city and famous “New World Wonder” Machu Picchu, the Colonial and Incan remains in and around Cusco proper, the agricultural laboratory of Moray and the Maras Saltmines. We also feature adventure tourism such as rafting, bungee jumping, and mountain-biking. There are a variety of established or alternative treks spanning from the snowy mountaintops to the humid jungle. Here you can discover the glacial alpine peaks of Salkantay and Ausangate and the impressive Vilcanota and Apurimac rivers. We also operate in Puno, where you can sail the Titicaca, the word's highest navegable lake, and explore the the floating islands of Uros, and the Sillustani archeological remains, a legacy of the Tiahuanaco civilization. For people who share our spirit of conservation and enviromental consciousness, we offer tours including stays in the National Park of Manu (the “Biodiversity Capital of the World”) or Tambopata Natural park. No matter what your interest, there is a program for you.

Top 10 Must-Visit Places of Peru

destinos en peru Cusco by  terra quechua

Machu Picchu: No matter how many photos you've seen, nothing can prepare you for the reality. Time slips away as you try to uncover the ruins' secrets and marvel at how such grandeur is possible in a place so remote.

Cuzco: History comes to life in Cuzco. You can't turn a corner without coming across another reminder of its Inca past. Ruins are everywhere, and even the elegant colonial buildings have been built upon old Inca temples, houses, and markets.

Sacred Valley: This fertile valley is packed with Inca sites including the massive fortress of Ollantaytambo. Be sure to come on market day when the laidback villages come to life. The cobbled streets fill with every colour, produce and animal imaginable.

Amazon Jungle: Spend mornings watching colourful macaws and monkeys, the afternoon learning about traditional plant usage or spotting crocs in oxbow lakes. Then, at night, get your torch ready to seek out some of the jungle's larger creatures.

Lima: Peru's capital is home to unexpected treasures. Dig beneath the city's surface to uncover pre-Columbian temples, a touch of colonial elegance and a huge dose of modern distractions; like the cafe-rich district of Miraflores.

Arequipa: The White City, as it's affectionately known, is spectacular. Surrounded by canyons, volcanoes and deserts, the location is perfect for exploring Peru's wild side. But the true beauty of the city is in its elegant buildings, built from white volcanic rock.

Colca Canyon: While the canyon is a dramatic sight (it's twice as deep as the Grand Canyon), it's a glimpse of the elusive Andean condor that will really get your heart racing. With a wing span of 3.2m this bird doesn't just glide, it soars.

Lake Titicaca: Big enough to house countless island communities, coca smugglers and the entirety of Bolivia's navy, Lake Titicaca is massive. Remnants of ancient cultures are everywhere and many communities live on reed islands as they have done for hundreds of years.

Nazca Lines: The Nazca Lines are one of the world's great mysteries. Shapes of spiders, monkeys and birds are drawn into the desert landscape over 500 sq km. The most amazing part? They are only visible from the air.

Aguas Calientes: Whether you've just trekked the Inca Trail or travelled by train through the Sacred Valley, Aguas Calientes is the perfect place to stop, soak in a steaming thermal bath and reflect on the adventure so far.


Inca trail by terra quechua

 Inca Trail to Machupicchu 5d / 4n

Itinerary Overview:

Day 01: Cusco to Llactapata (Camping)
Day 02: Llactapata to Llulluchapampa (Camping)
Day 03: Llulluchapampa to Phuyupatamarca (Camping)
Day 04: Phuyupatamarca to Machupicchu (Camping)
Day 05: Machupicchu to Cusco

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inca trail
Classic Inka Trail 4days / 3night

Itinerary Overview:

Day 01: Cusco to Wayllabamba (Camping)
Day 02: Wayllabamba to Pacaymayo (Camping)
Day 03: Pacaymayo to Wiñaywayna (Camping)
Day 04: Wiñaywayna to Machupicchu

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Salkantay trek by terra quechuaSalkantay Trekking 5days / 4night

Itinerary Overview:

Day 01: Cusco to Soyroccocha (Camping)
Day 02: Soyroccocha to Collpapampa (Camping)
Day 03: Collpapampa to Lucmabamba (Camping)
Day 04: La Playa – Aguas Calientes (hotel)
Day 05:
Aguas Calientes / Machupicchu to Cusco

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Salkantay trekking  by terra quechuaSalkantay Trekking 4days / 3night

Itinerary Overview:

Day 01: Cusco to Andenes (Camping)
Day 02: Andenes to Lucmabamba (Camping)
Day 03: Lucmabamba to Aguas Calientes (Hotel)
Day 04: Aguas Calientes / Machupicchu to Cusco

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salkantay trekking to machupicchu by terra quechuaSalkantay Trekking 3days / 2night

Itinerary Overview:

Day 01: Mollepata - Soraypampa (Camping)
Day 02: Soraypampa - Chaullay or collpapampa (Hotel)
Day 03:  Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu!!!

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inca jungle trail to machupicchuInka Jungle Trail 4days / 3night

Itinerary Overview:

Day 01: Cusco to Santa Maria (over night Hostel)
Day 02: Santa Maria to Santa Teresa (over night Hostel)
Day 03: Santa Teresa to Aguas calientes (over night Hotel)
Day 04: Aguas Calientes / Machupicchu to Cusco

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