Choquequirao Trek - 4 Days

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Known as the "Sister Machu Picchu," the Choquequirao is preferred by serious hikers who enjoy a off the beaten track adventure

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Duration: 4 Days
Starts in: Cusco, Peru

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Enjoy the solitude and mystery of the region’s most difficult trek. The ancient city of Choquequirao, which is only accessible by foot, offers a chance to see unspoiled archaeological ruins and witness the elusive condors in flight. At over 2,900 meters tall, the challenging hike is sometimes called “Machu Picchu’s sister,” but remains undiscovered by most tourists who visit the region. The steep ascents and descents through the Apurimac canyon provide glimpses of contrasting landscapes dominated by snowcapped peaks, cliff sides covered in cactus, and lush rainforest vegetation.

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