Discover the most spectacular of the Incan sites and one of the seven wonders of the world, Machu Picchu.
You will feel on the top of the world!
Explore Cusco, the Capital of the Incan Empire and discover its awe – inspiring streets and Pre-Hispanic buildings.
Watch the Sunset on the Pacific Ocean in Lima and enjoy the city’s stunning architecture.
Savor Peruvian cuisine, with its exquisite and unique flavors. It has been recognized around the world as some of the finest there is.
Be dazzled by the unparalleled beauty of the Sacred Valley and its ancient Incan monuments and villages.

📍 This tour includes sensitive destinations, therefore we request you to be as environmentally friendly as possible.

🍏 All food on this tour is prepared mostly with local ingredients.




Day 1:  Huchuy Qosqo- Arriving to the Ruins

Day 2: Huchuy Qosqo- The Descent

Embark on a captivating journey to the ancient Inca ruins as you explore the enchanting Huchuy Qosqo. Over two immersive days, witness the historical grandeur of these archaeological wonders, tracing the footsteps of ancient civilizations. From the awe-inspiring arrival at the ruins to the fascinating descent, this expedition promises an unforgettable experience in the heart of Peruvian history. Join us on this adventure through time and culture, discovering the mysteries that Huchuy Qosqo holds.

Day 1:  Huchuy Qosqo- Arriving to the Ruins

We start off at 6:00 am in the morning with a drive through the Sacred Valley. We arrive at Lake Qoricocha (13,799 ft / 4200 m) where we will start our trek. The first part of the day is a gradual uphill hike on a well preserved Inca trail until we arrive for a breathtaking view high above the lake from where we started. Make sure to bring your camera for all of the amazing landscapes and views that we will see as we make our way to the ruins.

As we continue on, the hits keep on coming with 360º views of an impressive valley and mirrored lake. Upon arrival to the “abra” or summit, we can take a moment at the “Apacheta” or a place of offering, and give thanks to the “Pacha Mama” or Mother Earth and also ask for good luck and protection during our travels. Here you can place a stone or other offering to ensure that you will have the favor of the gods.

Day 2: Huchuy Qosqo- The Descent

As we start our descent to the ruins, you will most likely see herds of Alpaca as they exist in their natural habitat. As we get closer to the ruins don’t be surprised to share the trail, for a short while, with herds of sheep. This little visited ruin site, known as “Little Cusco” , functions the same way it did hundreds of years ago with herders and farmers performing their daily duties. Here we will have lunch, recharge our batteries and take in some of the most astonishing views high above the Sacred Valley.

Afterwards, we will explore the extensive and mysterious ruin site. Little is known about the ruins, but the detail in the construction and its location suggest that it had a significant importance. It is said to have been built by the eighth Inca, Wiracocha and used as some sort of royal retreat. Its impressuve views of the Sacred Valley would pay homage to this theory. The Spanish conquered the site and made their own installations, but much of the original site remains intact today.

We will then make our way down an ancient Inca trail and arrive to the valley floor and the River Vilcanota en La May at approximately 4:00 pm. From here we will take a private transport back to Cusco or your next destination.


  • Basic accommodation 01 night
  • Expert/Certified English speaking guide
  • Private transportation. (Pick up and drop off from hotel in Cusco or the Sacred Valley)
  • Private guided excursion as described in the itinerary
  • Entrances to the ruin site.
  • Box Lunch and snack.


  • Travel insurance.
  • Items of personal nature such as gratuities, internet charges, excess baggage charges, laundry, beverages and meals not described in the itinerary.


  • Upon Request 


  1. Student Discount:

    All travelers under the age of 17 will have a discount. If you are 25 or younger, you can get a special discount with your student card. Please advise by email to give you a code for the discount.

  2. Comunidad Andina De Naciones:

    Special discounts for residents of the Andean Community of Nations.

    Andean Community: corresponds to residents of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia.

Changes: You can make changes to your reservation up to 48 hours before your trip at no additional cost.

No show and Cancelations: If you cancel 30 days before the trip before 6:00 pm (Lima time), a 60% administrative charge will be applied. After this time, there is a cancellation or no show charge of 100%.


  • Travel Documents: Passport, travel insurance, flight tickets, and any necessary visas.
  • Tickets: Ensure you have you tickets printed or downloaded to your mobile device.
  • Clothing: Fleece jacket or insulated layers for cooler evenings, Waterproof jacket and pants to stay dry in case of rain, Lightweight, moisture-wicking shirts and pants for comfort during the trek.
  • Headwear: Wide-brimmed hat or cap for sun protection, Beanie or hat for colder evenings
  • Accesories: Lightweight gloves for cooler mornings and evenings, UV-protective sunglasses to shield your eyes from the sun, Quick-dry, compact towel for personal hygiene, Headlamp or Flashlight, Portable Charger, Camera
  • Hiking Boots: Sturdy and comfortable hiking boots with good ankle support.
  • Personal Items: Prescription medications and a basic first aid kit, Biodegradable soap and shampoo for use in eco-friendly hotels, Insect repellent, Toiletries (eco-friendly options if possible)
  • Sun protection: Pack sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect yourself from the sun’s rays at high altitudes.
  • Backpack and Gear: A small, comfortable daypack for daily essentials during hikes, ightweight and compact sleeping bag suitable for the conditions, Adjustable trekking poles for added stability on uneven terrain.



Layering is Key: The weather can vary, so pack layers that can be easily added or removed.
Pack Light: Keep your backpack as light as possible for ease of hiking.
Leave No Trace: Bring a small trash bag to pack out your waste and follow Leave No Trace principles.

Embark on a captivating two-day journey to the ancient Inca ruins of Huchuy Qosqo. Discover the secrets of these historic sites, from the initial arrival at the ruins to the intriguing descent. To help you plan and make the most of this unique adventure, here are some frequently asked questions and their answers:

How do I reach the starting point for the Huchuy Qosqo trek?

The trek typically begins with a transfer from Cusco to the trailhead, providing a seamless start to your journey.

What is the difficulty level of the trek?

The trek is moderate, suitable for those with a reasonable level of fitness. It involves varied terrain, offering a rewarding experience for hikers.

Are there specific items I should pack for this trek?

Are there specific items I should pack for this trek?

Are there restroom facilities along the trekking route?

While there may not be formal facilities, guides often plan rest stops at suitable locations, and participants are encouraged to be prepared with personal necessities.

What is the best time of year for the Huchuy Qosqo trek?

The dry season, from May to September, is generally considered the best time for the trek, offering stable weather conditions.