Besides Machu Picchu you can also feel the adrenaline rush into your system by riding buggies over the dunes in Paracas or rafting the Urubamba River in Cusco or hiking through the most astonishing landscapes of the world. An adventure travel tour in Peru is everything you need to feel alive.
You will go along the bike path until you get to Pardo while you hear stories of typical dishes of the country. Upon arrival at Kennedy Park there will be a stop to rest, take pictures with the cats and listen to peculiar stories of the same. The next stop will be at Huarique el Chinito, where you will taste different types of typical breakfast from the coast. The story of the famous sanguchería will be told as well as that of the pork rind and that of the Chinese influence in our food and the inputs brought from Europe and Asia. We continue the route to the market of producers of San Isidro where they will taste native fruits of the country such as Lúcuma, Chirimoya, Pitaya, Tuna, etc.
It also allows us to enjoy aromas such as herbs and spices, see the variety of fish, seafood and at the same time you will taste a delicious Ceviche in a Huarique inside the market. If you wish, you will have the opportunity to do some shopping and help local producers. We continue through the cycle to the park of love where the history and particularity that this park has and take a short break.
The next stop is Cremollados Curich, where the story about the Curich family and its arrival in Peru will be told. And they will be able to taste new flavors with the great variety of creams of native fruits of Peru.
This tour has a walking distance meeting point from any of the hotels in Miraflores. Shared Service.
Vinicunca, also known as the Rainbow Mountain, is an amazing natural formation shown along the mountain ranges of the Vilcanota Mountains. It is usually part of the attraction on the route surrounding the Apu Ausangate. The Ausangate Mountain is considered as a Holy Mountain, and has been place of veneration and worship.
Come along and have an exciting rafting journey in the Sacred River of the Incas. You will have all the necessary support of expert instructors, besides the necessary gear to embrace this activity very safely. The difficulty varies from level nivel I (a minimum) to level III (intermediate), which are enough to enjoy this full of adrenaline experience. Picnic style lunch included.
You will depart at 6:30 am through the Sacred Valley up to Ollantaytambo, where you will stop for approximately 45 min. Then you will go up to kilometer 82, where you will start a not-too-demanding hike to help you with the acclimatization process, up to the first archaeological complex of Llactapata, half an hour from km. 88 (8366 ft. above sea level), where you will stop for about 30 minutes to visit the complex, and then resume the hike up to Hatunchaca, where the camp will be set. Total hike time: 4:30 to 5:00 hours. Total miles: 1 mi. The hike begins at 9022 ft. and ends at 9842 ft. above sea level.
After breakfast, you will start the hike through the Huayllabamba Valley. Through the hike you will observe nature and ecological changes all the way up to the place called Yunca Chimpa. Then the route will ascent from Huayllabamba towards Llulluchapampa (12303 ft.). From there, it can be appreciate Huayanay Valley and the first pass located at 13779 ft., Warmiwañusca, also known as Dead Woman, and the camp will be set in the Pacaymayo sector. Total hike time: 7 hours. Total miles: 8mi. Hike begins at 9842 ft. and ends at 12467 ft above sea level.
On this day, you will ascent up to the second pass known as Runkurakay, at 12664 ft. You will visit the small complex of Sayacmarca and appreciate the valleys and snow peaks, before going on to the Phuyupatamarca complex. Then you will go down one mile to the place called Wiñaywayna, where you will visit a namesake complex and camp. Total hike time 10 hours. Total miles: 9. Hike begins at 12467 ft. and ends at 8694 ft. over sea level.
Early this day you will go to the sector of Intipunku also known as Puerta de Sol (Gate of the Sun), where you will observe the impressive lost city of Machu Picchu, as the guide explains about the area for about 30 min. lapse. At a specified time, you will take the bus to return to Machu Picchu town to enjoy a delicious lunch. Total hike time: 2:15 hours. Total miles: 3. Hike begins at 8694 ft and ends at 7874 ft. over sea level.
Today you can make a second visit to Machu Picchu.
You might also enjoy the adrenaline of ascending the Huayna Picchu peak which means “Young Mountain”, here you will visit the Temple of the Moon and what is worth an amazing view from the entire valley and Machu Picchu, therefore you can get awesome photographs from the full sight of the citadel.