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Cusco Peru, Huchuy Qosqo Trek

The Huchuy Qosqo Trek connects the city of Cusco with the Sacred Valley of the Incas, it is one of the treks that combines natural and cultural attractions in one day.

From the beginning, the Huchuy Qosqo Trek surprises us with beautiful Andean landscapes, high Andean lakes, South American auquénidos (Llamas and Alpacas), picturesque canyons and Inca archaeological remains.

The archaeological remains ofHuchuy Qosqoare located on the left bank of the Vilcanota River, on a mountain in front of the t

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Cusco pisac Inca Site

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is known by tourists from different parts of the world for its cultural and architectural richness. Pisac is an archaeological park that is just a short distance from the city of Cusco, full of cultural traditions and crafts that still transmits its inhabitants, without a doubt, Pisac is one of the tourist attractions that the imperial city of Cusco brings for you.

Here we leave you all the information you need to know to make your next trip to this unique destinati

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Before the start of the walk (Km.82), we will pass control; where, you will have to present your passport, which has been used to make the reservation of the spaces. All the information must be the same that you provided when making the reservation, since this will be verified at the entrance to the Inca Trail. After verification, you will enter the Inca Trail. In case the information shown does not match, you will not be able to enter (regulation dictated by regulator in Camino Inca). If you ha

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Update: Inca Trail Permits 2015

Permits for 2015 Inca Trail season went on sale January 12, 2015.  By 11:05 am, most of the month of May was sold out,9008916301?profile=original and as of today's date, the entire month of May in 2015 is sold out.  And the week before and after Easter are sold out. 

This includes permits for the easy 1-day hike or the classic 4-day hike.

To get a permit, you will need a valid passport (or we can get permits with an expired passport as long as you travel with both old and new).  Individuals cannot buy their own permits.  Pe

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The buzz for the next Inca Trail hiking season is underway.  Permits for 2015 season will go on sale in early January.  (the9008891252?profile=original exact opening day for the permit office is not known.  They open when they're ready!)  Last year, permits for hikes in the month of May sold out first.  Most of the month of May sold out opening day. 

It's recommended that people planning to hike the easy 1-day hike or the strenuous 4-day hike to Machu Picchu should reserve their dates now for April, May and June.  And any

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