Classic Inca Trail To Machu Picchu 4 Days / 3 Nights

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4200 m.a.s.l
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Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Experience the magic of the Inca Trail on this 4-day, 3-night trek to Machu Picchu. Led by experienced guides Raquel and Edwin, you’ll hike through stunning mountain scenery, lush forests, and ancient ruins.

On the first day, you’ll start your hike at Km 82, following the original Inca Trail to Wayllabamba. This beautiful valley is home to a variety of flora and fauna, and you’ll have the chance to see llamas, alpacas, and other Andean animals.

On the second day, you’ll hike to the highest point on the Inca Trail, Dead Woman’s Pass. At 4,200 meters above sea level, this pass offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

On the third day, you’ll hike to Winay Wayna, the last Inca settlement before Machu Picchu. This impressive site is full of ancient ruins, including temples, terraces, and fountains.

On the fourth day, you’ll hike to Machu Picchu, where you’ll have the whole morning to explore this incredible lost city. You’ll see the Sun Gate, the Temple of the Sun, and other important structures.

This is a challenging trek, but it’s also an incredibly rewarding experience. You’ll get to see some of the most beautiful scenery in Peru, and you’ll learn about the history and culture of the Incas.

All meals and transportation are included, and you’ll be accompanied by a team of experienced guides and porters.

Book your spot on the Classic Inca Trail today and experience the magic of Machu Picchu for yourself!

About Terra Quechua Peru

Terra Quechua Peru is a locally-owned and operated tour operator based in Cusco. We have been leading tours to Machu Picchu and other destinations in Peru for over 20 years. We are committed to providing our guests with the highest quality service and the most authentic travel experiences.

Our guides, Raquel and Edwin, are both certified by the Ministry of Tourism. They are passionate about sharing their knowledge of Peru’s history and culture with our guests. They will make sure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience on the


Book your spot on the Classic Inca Trail today and let Terra Quechua Peru help you create memories that will last a lifetime!

Classic Inca Trail To Machu Picchu 4 Days / 3 Nights


We start our trip along the classic Inca Trail, early in the morning after picking up all our passengers we will go to Ollantaytambo, where those who wish can have breakfast, then we will continue to Km. 82 Piscacucho (2,700 masl.), where it is located the first control, then start the walk to Machu Picchu, after about 2 hours of walking we will arrive at Llaqtapata (2,750 masl.) Archaeological site of Inca construction that will be explained by our guide, after our visit to this interesting place we will have the lunch prepared by our experienced cook and his team which will surely leave you amazed with the food, after lunch we will continue with our walk to our 1st. Camp in Wayllabamba (3,000 masl.). Where after a well-deserved rest we will have lunch and then dinner, in order to spend the night.


  • Walking distance: 8.7 miles/14 km (6-7 hours)
  • Campsite altitude: 3300 meters (high) above sea level
  • Considered: Moderate day (getting used to the Inca Trail)
  • Weather: Warm and windy

Our second day on the classic Inca Trail. In the morning after breakfast we will continue the walk, this time we will begin a slight ascent for 9 km towards the Warmiwañusca pass (4,200 masl), the highest point of the Inca Trail, which is a section with stairs that makes it heavier and hard on the legs, it is recommended to do it slowly at the pace of each one without worrying that the group will abandon us. Once all the members of the group are gathered, we will continue, but this time also descending by stone steps; In this section you will be able to appreciate a variety of flora and you will have views that make this Inca Trail unique, then we will arrive at our 2nd. camp in Pacaymayo (3,600 masl.), we will have dinner and then we will spend the night in that place.


  • Walking distance: 9.94 miles/16 km (7-8 hours)
  • Campsite altitude: 3600 meters (high) above sea level (chilly weather)
  • Considered: Top day (you will have survived the two highest passes)
  • Area: Andes and Cloud Forest
  • Weather: Cold and rainy

After breakfast we will continue our classic Inca trail, this section is 15 km. full of vegetation and number of Inca archaeological sites of different functions. The first archaeological site that we will visit will be Runkurakay (3,970 masl.) which is another Inca archaeological complex in the form of towers that has a strategic surveillance site of the east valley, then we continue to Chaquicocha where we will have lunch, then we will continue to Phuyupatamarka (which means place or town above the clouds), on the route we will pass inside a tunnel carved in rock and continue towards Wiñaywayna, another wonderful complex where we will spend the night hours, the route is 6 full of beautiful landscapes, vegetation in Wiñaywayna.


  • Walking distance: 6.2 miles/10km (5 hours)
  • Campsite altitude: 2.600 meters (high) above sea level (chilly weather)
  • Considered: Easy day – all downhill!
  • Area: High Cloud Forest
  • Weather: Warm and very humid

Last day on the classic Inca Trail. Earlier than normal after breakfast we will continue the trek towards Machu Picchu, we will go through the last control and continue towards the Inti Punku (Puerta del Sol) and then to Machu Picchu, we will have a majestic panoramic view of the Inca City of Machu Picchu , then they will have their guided visit to the place full of history, together with the guide they will visit the most important and outstanding sites of the sectors of the ancient Inca City (Agricultural and Religious Sector), then they can have free time to take more photos, and explore the archaeological site on its own; then we will return to the town of Aguas Calientes where you can have lunch on your own and finally go to the train station to return to the town of Ollantaytambo and from there by tourist bus to the city of Cusco.


  • Considered: The most exciting and magical day (early wake up 3.30 AM)
  • Area: High Cloud and Subtropical Forest
  • Weather: Hot and very humid (bring lots of water)


Terra Quechua Peru Included

  • Pre-departure briefing
  • Pick up at your hotel in the morning and transfer by private transport to km.82 (starting point of the trail)
  • Entrance to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu (days 1-3) + entrance to Machu Picchu (day 4)
  • Personal tents: 2 people in each tent with capacity for 4 people, to allow greater comfort and safe storage of
  • backpacks. Our tents are 3-season, highly maintained to ensure excellent performance in the field. Kailas or North Faces store
  • One inflatable mattress per person
  • Dining tent with tables and chairs
    kitchen tent
  • Sanitary tent with biodegradable toilets
  • English-speaking professional guide (2 guides for groups of more than 8 people)
  • Chef and kitchen equipment.
  • Porters (to carry tents, food and cooking equipment)
  • Accommodation for all our staff
  • Meals (03B, 03L, 03D + daily snack + daily tea service except last day).
  • Vegetarian or special menus available at no additional cost
  • A textile snack bag per person, to avoid the use of plastic bags that pollute our environment
    Filtered boiled water from lunchtime on the first day onwards
  • Biodegradable personal hand soaps
  • Biodegradable dishwashing detergents used by our kitchen staff
  • Others: hot water every morning and night for washing / boiled water to fill your water bottle every morning and night, and at lunchtime if requested in good time
  • First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle
  • Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo (Expedition, Vistadome, upon request)
  • Transfer from train station to hotel in Cusco

Terra Quechua Peru No Included

  • breakfast the first day
  • Lunch and dinner on the last day: After the guided tour of Machupicchu, you can enjoy free time to continue visiting the ruins and choose to have lunch in Machupicchu or in Aguas Calientes on your own. Arrival in Cusco is estimated after dark, dinner is also on your own.
  • Sleeping bag
  • Visit to the hot springs of Aguas Calientes: a relaxed way to end the walk while waiting for the train back to Cusco, just 10 minutes from the town center, the entrance fee is s/ 20.00 (Peruvian soles). Towels can be rented in Aguas Calientes
  • Entrance to Huayna Picchu: if you want to climb this mountain, a new entrance fee applies (US$ 100)
    Tipping – Keep in mind that our agency staff are well paid, so feel free to tip or not as you wish.

What to Bring

  • A backpack with a change of clothes for the entire period of the trek.
    Rain gear (jacket and pants if available) or rain poncho (plastic ponchos can be purchased in Cusco)
  • Strong footwear, waterproof trekking boots are recommended.
  • Sandals or sports shoes for greater comfort in the camp.
  • Outerwear, including jacket, fleeces. Thermal clothing is also recommended, especially for sleeping.
  • Flashlight/headlamp and batteries
  • Camera and batteries (batteries drain faster in cold conditions)
  • Hat or cap to protect you from the sun, rain and cold
  • After sun cream or moisturizing cream for face and body
  • Insect repellent – ​​recommended minimum 20% DEET – no malaria risk reported
  • scarves
  • Toilet paper
  • Snacks: cookies, energy bars, chocolate, raw fruits, muesli, etc. Keep in mind that we do offer a daily morning snack and our food service is very complete and well stocked. This recommendation applies to all customers accustomed to a specific snack, since it may happen that it is not included in our selection
  • Water container and water for the first morning. Important Notice: Plastic water bottles are no longer allowed on the Inca Trail. Plastic (ie Nalgene) or metal water containers are recommended.
  • Optionally: water sterilizing tablets in case of collecting water from streams or rivers along the route. Otherwise, we provide filtered boiled water, which is safe to drink and has not reported any health issues so far.
  • Small towel
  • Swimsuit (if you want to go to the hot springs in Aguas Calientes)
  • Cash in soles and/or US$
  • Original passport
    Original international student identity card (in case you have applied for a student discount)
    walking sticks or walking sticks (rubber covers are required so as not to damage the Inca Trail)



Discounts available (these discounts are not cumulative)
Students: US$20.00 (Students require a valid International Student Identity Card. Please note that Youth Travel Cards are not valid)
Teenagers: US$ 20.00 (up to 15 years of age, passport copy is required for all reservations)
Children: US$ 30.00 (up to 7 years of age, passport copy is required for all reservations)
DEPARTURE IN 2023 – 2024


The exact information provided by you will be sent to the government institution in charge of regulating access to the Inca Trail and will be included in the official permit to enter the Inca Trail on the requested date. In case there is any change in the data mentioned above (ie new passport number), please inform the Reservations Department of Terra Quechua Tour Operator by email as soon as possible. The government reserves the right to deny entry to any visitor whose data is not accurate to that of the official permit. Terra Quechua Tour Operator excludes any responsibility for non-entry in case the passenger’s information has changed without prior notice.
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February: Also note that the Inca Trail will be closed for general maintenance during the month of February each year. Additionally, closures may occur at various times during the year due to inclement weather or other conditions beyond our control. During these periods, any affected route will carry out the Lares Trek


Cusco’s climate is divided into two distinct seasons: the rainy season, from November to April (the heaviest rainfall generally occurs between January and March); and the dry season, from May to October. The dry season is cooler, so temperatures can drop below 0 degrees at night.

Along the Inca Trail, temperatures range from 15-20ºC during the day if it is sunny, to 05-10ºC during the day if there is no sun, or 0-05ºC at night. In Machupicchu, at a lower altitude, temperatures are usually warmer, although warm clothing is still recommended at night.

Difficulty: Moderate to challenging


The Inca Trail is a 43 km (26 mi) trek through mountainous regions. The maximum altitude reached is 4200 m above sea level. On the second day of the trek we climbed 1200m. Make no mistake, the Inca Trail is quite a difficult trek and you need to be well prepared and healthy before you start. You have to be moderately fit and exercise regularly. Try to walk 15 km in a day or go to the gym in the months before the walk. It is also important to be well acclimatized to the altitude. Try to spend 2 or 3 days in Cusco (3400m) before starting the trek. This time can be used to visit the city of Cusco, the nearby Inca ruins and the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The good news is that virtually everyone who started the trek in recent years has finished it. Only a few had to return. (see tips on how to stay healthy on the road below).

As far in advance as possible. The government has strictly limited the number of people allowed on the Inca Trail (permits are issued to around 200 hikers per day plus 300 porters). Therefore, we recommend that you try to make your Inca Trail reservation as far in advance as possible as soon as you know the dates of your international flights.

Travelers only need to bring their own personal supplies and a sleeping bag. If you don’t have a sleeping bag, you can rent one in Cusco for a reasonable price ($30 for all trips). You will be provided with a canvas bag for your belongings on the Inca Trail so that travelers do not need to bring a large backpack unless they wish to. Proper sun clothing, comfortable trekking clothing, mosquito repellent, walking shoes, a flashlight, a camera, and 1-2 refillable water bottles are recommended. Rain gear is also recommended during the rainy season (December-March) and cold-weather clothing (warm jacket, thermal, hat, and gloves) for the dry season (especially June through August).

Campsites are subject to change based on crowds and season. We generally try to camp in less traveled areas so that travelers can enjoy the natural beauty of the Inca Trail and minimize environmental impacts. Our typical camping options are Wayllabamba, Pacaymayo and Wiñay Wayna or Chaquicocha.

Our Adventure, Tour guide is among the best and most experienced guides anywhere. They are from the surrounding Cusco/Sacred Valley area and speak fluent English, as well as Spanish and the native Quechua language. Most have 10 years of experience leading Inca Trail treks and all have training in the history, spirituality, culture, and ecology of the area.

Our cooks can provide vegetarian meals with no problem. Simply let us know your dietary requirements when you book your trip.

A6: We have many customers who have allergies to nuts, wheat, etc. Please tell us the details of your allergy at the time of booking. Indicate the severity of the reaction and what type of medications to take in an emergency. If your allergy is severe, you should be accompanied by a friend on the trek who is aware of your allergy and the location of any necessary medications. Due to the nature of the remote geographical location of the trail and the lack of adequate medical facilities nearby, Terra Quechua Peru will not accept any responsibility, either directly or indirectly, for any issues due to your special medical/dietary requirements. We suggest you check with your doctor before booking the trek.

You must report at the time of booking any medical conditions you may have that may affect your ability to trek the Inca Trail. Terra Quechua trekkers reserve the right not to accept a trek reservation if we feel a medical condition may be life-threatening to you or the lives of any of our trek staff or other clients on the trek. People with heart conditions, knee problems, severe asthma, or who are more than 18 weeks pregnant should not participate in the walk. People with mild asthma/diabetes/pregnant less than 18 weeks must bring a medical note from their doctor stating they are fit to hike. They will also be required to be accompanied at all times by a walking partner on the trek, who will walk alongside them and be familiar with any medications needed in the event of an emergency. Peru Treks reserves the right to cancel a client’s trek reservation if the client has not fully disclosed at the time of booking a medical condition that may pose a health risk to the client and/or other trekkers. Refunds will not be given in this case.



We will purchase your Inca Trail trek permit using the names and passport numbers you send us with your trek reservation request. You must bring these same passports with you to Cusco and take them on the Inca Trail. If the name or number on your passport is different from the name and number on the trek permit, government authorities will not allow you to start the trek and you will not be entitled to a refund. If you plan to renew your passport between booking the trek and the start of the trek, please see the section below on FAQs related to passport numbers. If you make a trek reservation at the student price, you must send us a copy of your ISIC card at the time of paying the trek deposit. If you do not bring your ISIC card on the trek, the government authorities will not allow you to start the trek. You will not be given the opportunity to pay the additional price difference and will not be entitled to a refund. These are government regulations and apply to ALL authorized Inca Trail tour operators.

Unless you hire an additional ‘third porter’, you will need to bring all of the above personal items. We include porters to carry all other items such as tents, food, and cooking equipment.

Walking boots are recommended as they provide support to the ankle, reducing the risk of injury, especially when walking in the wet season (December to March). However, it is important that your boots are comfortable and well-worn and not new. Many people prefer to walk in sneakers, but special care must be taken. We do not recommend walking in sandals or wearing new boots or renting boots before the hike. Make sure the shoes are durable enough for the duration of the hike and won’t fall apart.

We supply sleeping tents, eating tents, tables, chairs, toilet tents, kitchen equipment, water purifiers, sleeping mattress (thermal rest) and other camping equipment. Our owner buys the highest quality equipment in Peru and the oldest equipment is periodically evaluated and replaced.

Many people like to walk with trekking poles or poles. This is fine as long as the posts do not damage the stone pavement along the Inca Trail. If trekking poles have metal tips, these should be protected with rubber tips. We recommend bringing some spare rubber tips. Rubber protectors can also be purchased at various stores in Cusco. Wooden canes are obviously fine as long as you bring them from home. Recently, government authorities have stopped hikers using wooden sticks that could come from local forests (to prevent deforestation of protected Andean forests). Metal trekking poles can also be rented at our office.

Any luggage that you do not need to carry on the Inca Trail can be left at your hotel in Cusco. Almost all hotels have a luggage storage and they rarely charge for this service as long as you return to the hotel after the trek. You can also leave valuables in the hotel safe, but remember to bring your passport and some emergency money. We do not store customer luggage or valuables in our office.

Terra Quechua Peru is committed to taking care of our porters and our trek weights are carefully calculated so that our porters are not overloaded. The group sizes below show the absolute minimum number of porters we will provide for each group. As a professional company we will guarantee these numbers. Obviously we will use additional chargers if any of our clients decide to contract the services of an additional third of a charger up to the maximum number of chargers per group allowed by the government. This is why we limit each client to a maximum of only one third of a carrier, that is, a maximum of 6 kg.

Guides carry a first aid kit for basic medical problems (traveler’s diarrhea, cuts/scrapes, etc.). They receive Red Cross first aid and other emergency training every year. Our guides lead over 500 travelers along the Inca Trail each year and rarely have we had a traveler fail to complete the trek. In these rare cases, when someone has not felt well enough to finish the trek, he/she has been escorted back to Cusco and generally felt well enough to rejoin the group at Machu Picchu. by train a few days later. Cusco has the closest modern medical facilities, so travelers with a serious medical emergency will need to be evacuated there. The guides and porters have pre-established evacuation strategies in case this need arises.

A cook accompanies each group on the Inca Trail. Almost invariably, travelers comment on the delicious menu. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and hearty snacks are provided for your trek. Meals are a mix of local specialties and international favourites. For a sample menu, please see our Inca Trail Menu below. Vegetarian meals are also available on request. Other special dietary requests can usually be accommodated well in advance as well.

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Why to Choose Terra Quechua Peru

TERRA QUECHUA PERU. Is a full-service travel company. Our reputation for excellence is earned every day by providing the ultimate in value and personal attention. Since our founding in 2012, we have striven to make travel simple, worry-free, and fun for our corporate and leisure customers alike.

What is Terra Quechua Peru's mission?

Terra Quechua Peru is dedicated to providing the ultimate in value and personal attention to its customers, striving to make travel simple, worry-free, and enjoyable for both corporate and leisure travelers.

Who founded Terra Quechua Peru, and what distinguishes it as a company?

Terra Quechua Peru, initially started by Raquel Sanchez and Edwin Medina, is a family-owned travel agency and direct local tour operator headquartered in Cusco. Their extensive personal experience in trekking, along with the fact that it's a 100% Cusquenian Company without any shareholders, sets it apart.

What sets Terra Quechua Peru apart from other travel companies?

Terra Quechua Peru distinguishes itself by its dedication to providing exceptional value and personalized attention to its clients. Since its establishment in 2012, it has been committed to making travel straightforward, stress-free, and enjoyable for both corporate and leisure travelers. Additionally, being a family-owned business with a strong local presence and a wealth of experience in trekking further sets it apart.

What makes Terra Quechua Peru unique in the travel industry?

Terra Quechua Peru's uniqueness lies in its origins as a family-owned travel agency and direct local tour operator. Its founders, Raquel Sanchez and Edwin Medina, have personal experience spanning many years in trekking, offering travelers an authentic and knowledgeable perspective of Peru.

What kind of experience expect with Terra Quechua Peru?

Travelers with Terra Quechua Peru can anticipate a personalized and friendly experience during their trekking adventures. The guides are dedicated to making travelers feel like they are hiking with their own family or friends. Their in-depth knowledge of the region and culture adds an extra layer of authenticity to every journey.

Can Terra Quechua Peru help plan custom trips?

Yes, Terra Quechua Peru specializes in fully customizable trips. They can work with travelers to create personalized itineraries that cater to their specific interests and preferences, ensuring a tailored and unforgettable experience in Peru.

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Was wonderful. The agency keep us busy, they took us to diferentes sights. The experience was amazing. Terra Quechua Peru tour agency have a nice people good vibes, positive energy. Go up to Machupicchu and ride over the like Titicaca was the best.
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Milena Ardila
Terra Quechua -- Peru guide services Machu Picchu. Sacred Valley, Cusco Terra Quechua is a great company and we recommend them highly. They are a local Peruvian company and offer great services in Cusco, Sacred Valley & Machu Picchu. Edwin was extremely responsive via email and allowed us to fully customize our experience. We are a family of 6 and did the one day hike to Machu Picchu from the train stop at KM 104. Some people refer to this as the 2 day Inca Trail hike, but that is a reference to one day of hiking on the trail followed by a second day at Machu Picchu. We made all of our own train and hotel arrangements and Edwin did all of the work to source our hiking guide, permits, trail lunch etc. Our guide Sam was amazing. We did this hike with kids aged 10, 16, 19 & 19. We were very worried that our 10 year old would not be able to complete the hike. It is a challenging hike but you can do it with kids this age if you have a great guide like Sam from Terra Quechua. The entire family agreed that the hike was the best part of our trip (7 nights in Galapagos and 5 nights in Peru). Sam was a big part of making the day special. Sam was also our guide for a day in Cusco and that was an exceptional experience. He is extremely knowledgeable, personable and spoke perfect English. The kids loved him too. We also used another guide from Terra Quechua, Roger, to tour us around sites in Sacred Valley. He too was outstanding. We highly recommend Terra Quechua for anyone looking for guides, hikes or other adventures in Peru. Edwin and his team are professional, flexible, very reasonably priced and provide a first class experience. If you are thinking of doing the one day hike to Machu Picchu from KM104 but you aren't sure if you can do it, you should definitely do it. You will be glad you did.
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John G
Experiencia increible Increible la experiencia con los chicos de terra quechua, no hay mas que agradecerles, todo super comodo. Personalmente viajamos con mi pareja y salió todo 10 puntos super amigables todos y fue un viaje super relajado, pero lleno de aventura.
Good service, quality meals, good lodge, patient guide, I recommend this company 100%. I want to start by thanking immensely all the members of this great company, especially Edwin who was so attentive to us, he helped us in everything every time we wrote to him, My family of 5 people, we spent 6 days / 5 nights incredible in the Manu National Reserve. We wish we could have stayed longer, but that's all time allowed, but we still love the experience. The jungle was just magical, we didn't expect to eat so well in the jungle! My family and I are outdoorsy people and even though we were in the middle of the jungle, we still found the accommodations comfortable but rustic, it was especially beautiful. Our guide Jhoel was great - we saw monkeys, spiders, birds and even a fresh jaguar footprint! I highly recommend Terra Quechua Peru to those people who are looking to do tours in the Manu National Reserve, you could not be in better hands.
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James Joseph Ashton
Maravillosa experiencia Excelente Servicio de Terra. EDWIN cumplió con todo lo pactado y superó mis expectativas. Super recomendable! Saludos desde Argentina.
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eugenia h
Un recorrido inolvidable por el camino del Inca Tuvimos una experiencia increíble en el camino del Inca. Nosotros éramos siete, cuatro jóvenes y tres mujeres de más de cincuenta años. Los ritmos fueron muy distintos y fue clave en este sentido el acompañamiento del guía, de Bernabé. El supo organizar muy bien los tiempos, los horarios de salida y los ritmos individuales; además de poner muy buena energía en todo momento. Al regreso a los campamentos teníamos las carpas organizadas y la comida también. La comida abundante y sabrosa. El día de llegada a Machu Picchu tuvimos una recorrida informativa interesante y luego todo estuvo muy bien organizado en Aguas Calientes y nuestro regreso en tren. El paquete adquirido cumplió con todas nuestras expectativas.
Una loca aventura de 4d/3n en el Camino del Inca. Infinitamente agradecida En el mes de Julio 2023 realizamos la increíble aventura del Camino del Inca de 4 días. Fuimos un grupo de 7; 3 Mamás (+50, siii se puede💪) y nuestros hijos adolescentes. Terra Quechua cumplió con todo lo ofrecido, la comida excelente, las carpas, bolsas de dormir, la carpa comedor... todo muy organizado. El trabajo que realizan los porteadores cargando todo lo necesario para el campamento, es increíble. Sin Ellos no sería posible. Un inmenso gracias!!! Nuestro guia Bernabé, excelente. Hizo que los 45 km recorridos fueran posible. Gracias a Edwin, de Terra Quechua quien nos ayudó a organizar está loca Aventura 😍
Perú una aventura Es una agencia que cumple con los paquetes adquiridos y las reservas fueron fáciles de hacer, si bien presentamos unas dificultades en comunicación con un asesor, Edwin el gerente fue muy acertivo e intervino de forma oportuna, en cuanto a los planes todo estuvo perfecto en cuanto a la logística, transporte y boletos.
jorge b
jorge b
Increible experiencia haciendo Inka Jungle Una experiencia increible. Hicimos el tour Inka Jungle. Desde el primer minuto, Edwin nos inspiro mucha confianza, lo cual era algo muy importante para nosotros al estar visitando un nuevo lugar. El tour es perfecto porque haces un poco de todo - bajar en bicicleta desde mas de 4000m de altura, saliendo de entre las nubes, es una experiencia unica. - un rafting poco tradicional, que no se trata solo de remar, sino que podes visitar lugares magicos haciendo paradas rapidas con el bote en el rio. - zipline, para subir la adrenalina del viaje al maximo y disfrutar de paisajes increibles - caminatas largas, pero que lo valen por las vistas que hay y las charlas enriquecedoras con nuestro guia, Abel. Nos toco dormir la primer noche del tour en Casa del Mono. No hay palabras para describir esta posada en el medio de la montaña, con una paz increible. Justina, la dueña, te considera y te cocina como si fueses un miembro mas de su familia. No pueden perderse su jugo de Maracuya, una delicia. Abel, nuestro guia, merece un parrafo aparte. El es la cultura Inka (y peruana) en persona. Haber realizado el tour con el, nos permitio entender de que se trataba cada lugar en el que estabamos, y porque era especial. Se nota desde el primer momento que es una persona muy apasionada y que ama lo que hace y la cultura en la que vive. Sin el, el viaje no hubiera sido el mismo. Gracias infinitas Abel! Es un lugar al que hay que venir al menos una vez en la vida. Y si lo hacen, vengan con Terra Quechua, de la mano de Edwin y Abel. Gracias!!!
Fernando Fabbiano
Fernando Fabbiano
Maravilhoso!!!! Fizemos três passeios com a agência e todos foram ótimos. Guias responsáveis e com bastante conhecimento, vans confortáveis e pontualidade na saída dos passeios. Equipe muito responsável e preocupada com o turista.
Karen P
Karen P