Virtual Choquequirao Guided Tour
Guided Choquequirao Trek is always enthralling, as you can have so many to explore in this mysterious Inca settlement. You can immerse in the century-old temples, sacred squares, agricultural terraces, and the splendid mountain views of the Choquequirao reguio. Experience the breathtaking views of the Vilcabamba mountain ranges in a trekking tour to the last shelter of the Incas.
In the lap of Choquequirao to Machu Picchu has always been leading the list, when it comes to the best travel destinations in the world. So what are you thinking, take out some time to discover the true spirit of Choqeuquirao in Peru.
Machu Picchu undoubtedly is considered the tourist icon of Peru; However in Peru there are places that can also be considered special tourist destination of Peru, but due to the little marketing that is given to them, it does not become known as it is now Machu Picchu.
The Mysterious Inca settlement of CHOQUEQUIRAO: Considered by many tourists who visited it like the other Machu Picchu and sometimes many tourists dare to say that it is better than Machu Picchu. The best thing that this archaeological center has is that it can only be accessed Walking there are no railroads or roads that can take you to or near Choquequirao itself, so it is carried out full trekking many tourists consider this crossing as a Pilgrimage, an escape from the routine, a challenge of their own, escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, and not being well known sometimes the route is empty (without tourists) and other times you can run into some tourists and these are few . Of course, in some cases the route may be full of tourists (nationals, school promoters and foreign tourists). But most of the year the route is with few tourists.
Walk to Choquequirao
currently trekking to Choquequirao has become one of the best alternatives to the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, with which it competes in scenic beauty and adventure. The traditional treeking route is leaving fromCusco by car to San Pedro de Cachora; here we start the trek passing the following places: Coca Masana, Playa Rosalina, Choquequirao, Raqaypata, Chikisca, Cachora. There are also walks that link Machu Picchu with Choquequirao.
The adventure to Choquequirao begins in the city of Cusco, on a road trip of 93 km (3h 30 ‘by car) to the town of Cachora at 2,300 meters above sea level, and from there begins a 30-kilometer hike that takes place in 4 or 5 days, with a total of 60 kilometers, crossing areas of abundant and varied vegetation and fauna from the high Andean area to the brow of the jungle, crossing the canyon of the Apurimac.