Choquequirao Trek -4 Days

Cusco, Peru

Mar 13 - 15, 2021
Group size: 1 - 25
Choquequirao Trek -4 Days
Cusco, Peru

Mar 13 - 15, 2021
Group size: 1 - 25

About this trip

Enjoy a trip that will take you to archaeological, environmental and cultural heritage sites. Choquequirao is a lost city where the Incas took refuge. It is located in the Valley of Vilcabamba, a beautiful region thick with rainforests. This archaeological site is considered as important as Machu Picchu.

The journey begins in Cusco. After trekking on both paved and dirt roads, we will reach the town of Cachora. We will be surrounded by beautiful landscapes and will also appreciate the flora and fauna of the Canyon of Apurimac, then we will reach the “Cradle of Gold” of the Incas.

Itinerary, departing from Cusco City year-round:

  • ​Day 1 - Leave Cusco, arrive in Cachora and begin hike with views of Wayna Cachora mountains, arrive to camp in Chiquisca, dinner and overnight stay (5-6 hour hike)
  • ​Day 2 - Begin hiking, lunch at Santa Rosa, continue on to Sunchupata for dinner and overnight stay (7-8 hour hike)
  • Day 3 - Ascend to Choquequiraw, guided tour of citadel and surrounding archaeological sites, descend back to Chiquisca camp
  • Day 4 - Descend to Capuliyoc Pass, reach Cachora. transfer back to Cuzco

Included in this trip:

  • All transportation, including pick-up from hotel
  • Horses and porters to carry the camping equipment, food and cooking equipment
  • Professional bilingual guide (English and Spanish)
  • Food: 3 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 3 Dinners
  • Tents
  • Chef
  • Private transport to Cachora (round-trip)
  • Entrance ticket to Choquequirao

Available Packages

Per person

$560 (price depending on group size)


Your Organizer

Let Conquer Peru take you to the country's most popular destinations and immerse you in the diversity and beauty of a Latin America gem. Whether you want an authentic cultural trip, an active adventurous experience, or something in between, we provide the expertise for a memorable vacation. Popular adventures include hiking the Inca Trail, sandboarding in the dessert, zip-lining through rainforest and canoeing in the Amazon.