Huchuy Qosqo Trek 3 days

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Starting Altitude

2750m / 8920ft.

Walking Distance

45km / 29 miles

Highest Altitude

4215m / 13,780ft.

Coldest Night

Days 2 and 3 around 0º Celsius

Overall Difficulty

Overall Difficulty

Overview

Huchuy Qosqo means “small Cusco.” And it was the name given to this impressive archaeological site. The ruins, the city of palaces and temples were built by the Inca Viracocha einghth, who conquered the area by defeating the ethnic groups that settled there. One of the most important archaeological sites in the Sacred Valley of the Incas is located in a small plain. The views from the site are magnificent, with the Urubamba River far below meandering through fertile fields and Pitusiray opposite massif, surrounded by other snowy mountains grim.

Important:

The minimum to open the departure is two people and our maximum is eight so if you guys are two we can do it!

Itinerary

Day 1: Tambomachay to Pumamarca

We drive for 30 minutes to Tambo Machay our starting point. From here we leave civilization and head off across alpine pastures to our first pass at 4200m. We then cross a second pass at 4300m before descending to our lunch spot beside Lake Queullacocha. We cross two more passes in the afternoon before descending to the traditional community of Pucamarca with its stone houses and thatched roofs. We will camp here for the night.

Day 2: Pucamarca – Huchuy Qosqo – Aguas Calientes

We quickly pick up the Inca pathway, which runs through a narrow ravine before traversing the hillside and arriving at the citadel of Huchuy Qosqo. Perched high above the valley this impressive Inca site has a variety of architecture with buildings in both stone and mud brick. After a guided tour of the site we descend steeply to the town of Lamay where we have lunch before taking our bus to Ollantaytambo to take the train to Aguas Calientes.

Day 3: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco

We wake up early to take the bus up to Machu Picchu where we will have a guided tour with our guide before returning to Cusco in the afternoon.

Note:

The night before your trek there will be a pre-trek talk (briefing) in our office or in your hotel (exact time will be confirmed on arrival to Cusco).
If you are interested in this tour or do you have any questions about it.

Inclusions

Our Services Include:

  • Transportations to trailhead.
  • Day 1 box lunch( Vegetarian option available).
  • Hostel accommodation (one night)
  • Day 1 dinner an day 2 breakfast
  • Round trip bus ticket: AGUAS CALIENTES – MACHUPICCHU
  • Entrance fees to MACHUPICCHU.
  • Train ticket AGUAS CALIENTES – CUSCO (Expedition train)
  • Transfer from the train station to your hotel in Cusco.

Does Not Include:

  • Breakfast on Day 1 and lunch on Day 2
  • Tips for your guide and staff are much appreciated
  • Entrance to Huayna Picchu Mountain

How to book

How to book

To reserve your spot on the trail with travel one expeditions, each person must pay a deposit of $200.00 and then pay the rest at our office in Cusco two days before your trek beings. To get the student discount, please send us a scan of both sides of your student card through email at the time you wish to reserve your spot. The only one Accepted by Peruvian Government is the International ISIC card.
To make your deposit, please pay through our Paypal account by clicking the “Pay Now” button below.

 

Deposit for Hike

Instructions to send the warranty payment
Send your payment by:
1. Western Union you must send the payment with the name of our Agency Manager, please do not send the payment with other name.
With Western Union, you can send and get money quickly at any of our 117.000 agents or offices all over the world. Check on internet www.westernunion.com look for the nearest office of Western Union, ask for International sendings cashier, then you will get a form and you have to fill it in.
Complete the form.
Ensure you get the form to fill it in.
The payement is in american dollars and write the amount in letters.
Then write in numbers the amount you will send.

Copy the receptionist information as follows:

  • Name: Edgar
  • Surname: Tito Peralta
  • Identity Number: 23993399
  • Adrress: Urb san Borja baja L-17
  • City: Cusco
  • Country: Peru

Do not forget to fill in your personal information. Pay to the cashier the amount you will send plus the charge of sending. You will be asked to display your identification. Once the deposit is done you will be given a bill that includes your MTCN: (Money Transfer Control Number).
Send us a mail indicating the amount you are sending and the MTCN, we will confirm the transference by e-mail info@traveloneexpeditions.com, traveloneexpeditions@gmail.com
Or by phone. (051-084-261631) then we will proceed to make all the payments.
We send an e-mail confirm the transference and re-confirm your reserves.
Huaynapicchu Climbing. – You need to book in advance too as the Inca trail because it has a limit capacity of 400 people per day which is divided in to 2 shifts. The first shift is at 7 am, and the second one at 10 am, each shift allows 200 people.
The climb is 50 minutes to an hour, it is a bit narrow but safe, the view of Machu picchu is breathtaking,The sun gate, Urubamaba valley and river.The Price is $70 us dollars.

Recommended

Recommendations for the trek

  • The waste or trash that you will generate during the route, please collect and leave it in the dumpster that exists in the route, if you are in the camping please bring your waste to the horse man or cook, they will leave it in recycling bags.
  • Campfires are strictly prohibited by the regulation, because the area is very vulnerable, the area has suffered many fires over the previous years.
  • Not permitted to climb the walls of the archaeological sites, it is not allowed pick up flowers, hunt animals or to take stones.
  • The route is quite safe, there are some sections that are narrow, where you need to be careful, in this place the view of the mountains is amazing, deep valleys, rivers. If you want to observe you must stop and then continue the tour to avoid any misstep or accident.
  • Firearms are prohibited.
  • It is not recommended to bring alcoholic beverages, because it is a historic sanctuary and because our fellow travelers deserve respect.
  • In case of any emergency, please contact immediately with the guide or trail workers who are on duty to assist any incident in the route.

Recommended Things to bring

  • Sleeping bag (you can rent at Cusco Expeditions office).
  • Bottle of mineral water.
  • Rain gear and/or plastic poncho (can be purchase in Cusco).
  • Hiking boots.
  • Warm jacket or fleece, t-shirts, shorts, long pants, sun hat and wool hat.
  • Flashlight.
  • Sun block.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Toilet paper and garbage bag.
  • Small towel and bathing suit (hot springs optional).
  • Camera, extra film and extra batteries.
  • Snacks, chocolates, energy bars.
  • Emergency money.

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