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Our Equipment


Our team (guides, drivers, cooks, porters and horsemen) and our equipment are what really makes Orange Nation Travel stand out from all of our competitors!

Please take the time to look at the information on what we really offer you in comparison to our competitors!

TENTS

TENTS

Enjoy a good night sleep in our 4 season igloo waterproof, spacious and professional EUREKA tentAll our tents are 4 person tents.  ONLY 2 will sleep in each, leaving lots of room to spread out comfortably and store your duffel bag. They also include a little vestibule in front, giving you some extra outdoor space to leave your boots and walking poles so you don’t have to bring the dirt inside.

MATTRESSES

OUR FOAM MATTRESSES

Foam mattresses are included to separate and insulate you from the ground.

Our Therma-a-Rest air mattresses can be rented to add additional comfort! If you rent an air mattress, it will be in addition to the foam mattress.

RENTED EQUIPMENT

ADDITIONAL RENTED EQUIPMENT:

  • Sleeping bags -15 c° – US$20 per person
  • Therm-a-Rest air mattress –  US$20 per person
  • Trekking poles – US$7 (2 days) – US$15 (3-5 days)  – US$20 (6-9 days)

KITCHEN DINING TENTS

OUR KITCHEN & DINNING TENTS:

The dining tent is used as our room to get together such as meal or tea time. It’s a great place to sit down, relax and chat before and after our meals.

TABLES & CHAIRS

OUR TABLES & CHAIRS:

The interior of the dining tent includes tables and chairs with two doors on each side, which will be adapted according to the day’s conditions (sunny days, windy days and rainy days).

TRANSPORTATION

OUR TRANSPORTATION:

We use late model vehicles for reliability and safety. Our drivers are fully licenced and very professional.

TOILET

OUR CAMPING TOILET:

This has been highly appreciated by all of our trekkers who want a private, clean and sanitary toilet!! Orange Nation Peru toilet facilities have an individual tent and a “camping toilet with a seat.”  Check out the picture below which illustrates how we set up our camping toilet on the trek. Our toilet is always set up a comfortable distance from our campsite.  At night if you need to use the toilet it is readily accessible and clean.

We protect our environment by using Responsible and Sustainable facilities.  We make a hole 30 cm deep under the seat and the solid waste goes right in.  At the end of our stay we will fill it in without creating any contamination to the environment, Orange Nation Peru will NOT use any chemicals which contaminates the environment.  We do NOT put the waste into plastics or even biodegradable plastics, because they are still destructive to our environment and we really care about protecting our earth.

We protect our crew with our toilet procedures. They will not have to be touching the waste because it is in the hole. We really care about protecting our team Our team is what really makes Nation Peru Peru stand out from all of the other competitors!

TIPS: Please always take your own toilet paper with you and put it into the plastic bag provided!

PORTERS

OUR SUPER COOL PORTERS:

We provide the following  items to our porters and cooks for free: Jacket, sun hat, warm hat, t-shirt, pants, hiking boots, conmfortable duffle bags, canteen and girdle for protecting their spine, sleeping bags, and mattress.

Hiking the Inca Trail or other alternative treks with Orange Nation Peru is a life changing experience! You will enjoy fully portered trek where your comfort and enjoyment are our first priority. We make sure that you get the best experience of your holidays in Peru while you interact with locals, explore fantastic sites and re-discover remote ancient Inca towns and buildings, have the opportunity to learn some Quechua words and learning the fascinating Inca history. Immerse yourself in the stunning landscape and simply feel the magic of Mother Nature, called Pachamama in Quechua, and the Andes, while we carry your gear, prepare your meals, set up your tents avoiding crowded campsites while you sit back and relax.

EMERGENCY HORSE

EMERGENCY HORSE:

All alternative treks include an emergency horse that can be ridden if you feel tired or ill. We always bring a helmet and comply with international safety standards.

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