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Huchuy Qosqo Trail 2 Days & 1 Night

Day 01: Cusco-Huchuy Qosqo.

This complex is the most important archaeological center in the valley of Urubamba, after Ollantaytambo and Pisac. The ruins are impressive, although the conservation of the site is inferior to that of Ollantaytambo or Pisac, because they are older.

But unlike the places mentioned above Huchuy Qosqo has a peculiar architecture: the buildings have been built on polished stone bases of fine finish, with clay plaster (they are the best preserved parts) and the highest floors are made of adobe.

Early pick-up from your hotel at 07:00 a.m, the transport will bring us to Tambomachay where we’re gonna start our walk, this day we’ll have a 5-hour hike where we will see villages in the area as Puka llaqta, people devoted to grazing, and Ccomer Ccocha Lagoon and the Andean landscape, to reach the 1st pass at (4,300 masl / 14,107 ft.) then, we’ll descend at (3,400 masl / 11,154 ft.) and we will have the view from the Sacred Valley of the Incas, then overnight in Huchuy Qosqo.

Day 02: Huchuy Qosqo – Cusco.

After breakfast, we’ll visit the archaeological complex of Huchuy Qosqo at approximately 3 hours, then we’ll descend to the Sacred Valley of the Incas for 3 hours reaching Lamay community where the transport will pick us up to bring us to Cusco.

It Includes:

  • Transportation to Tambomachay (place where the walk begins).
  • Professional guide.
  • Food 1B, 1L, 1D.
  • First aid kit, oxygen.
  • Horse and muleteers.
  • Entrances.
  • Chef.
  • Camping equipment (tents, tables, chairs, etc.)

Does Not Include:

  • First breakfast
  • Lunch on the second day.
  • Sleeping bag.

List of Suggestions:

  • Identity card.
  • Waterproof jacket & poncho.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Blocker.
  • Extra money.
  • Binoculars (optional).
  • Backpack and bedspread.
  • Personal kit (if you have some illness).

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