The Short Inca Trail 2 Days
The 2 Day Short Inca Trail takes you on the last third of the Classic Inca Trail through the Sun Gate to the majestic Machu Picchu Citadel! It offers impressive Inca ruins, expansive mountain views, lush subtropical vegetation and extraordinary ecological varieties. As you hike on the flat stone steps walked by the ancient Incas, 600 years ago, you pass through cloud forests and finally into subtropical vegetation at Mach Picchu. At your arrival to the Guards Gate of Machu Picchu you´ll get to take the picture-perfect postcard photos of Machu Picchu Citadel. These memories will last forever.
On your 2 nd day begins your guided tour of the majestic Machu Picchu Citadel where you can relax and take in the grandeur of the ancient site and explore the nooks and crannies it has to offer. Your guide will share some of the fascinating stories and history of this site and the thriving culture of the Incas at the time.
The 2 Day Inca Trail trek was designed for those who do not have the time or ability to hike the Classic Inca Trail but wish to experience a part of the historic Inca Trail on a trek directly to Machu Picchu, one of the 7 Wonders of the World.
The Inca Trail 4 Days
The Lares Treks
Jet away on this uniquely designed trek through the Lares Valley. Get off the beaten path and venture into the unknown. Immersing yourself in the untainted indigenous culture of the isolated people of the Andes Mountains. Learn to speak some Quechua while you're at it. Feast your eyes on the stunning glaciers, the spectacular crystal-clear blue lakes and the snow-capped mountain peaks like the Majestic Mount Salkantay. Pass the eye-catching 7 waterfalls with its glistening waters. Tuck into a 3-course meal prepared by our extraordinary chefs, as they give you a taste of the traditional mixed with the exotic. Purchase gorgeous and colorful textiles made from the many alpacas and llamas roaming freely on the mountain sides. Spend your nights in luxurious camping equipment, surrounded by star studded skies, whilst your guide teaches you about Incan Constellations, as it was and still used for agricultural guidance.
Responsible Tourism & Social Projects
Orange Nation as tour operator that has dedicated itself to social responsibility. We are passionate about creating work opportunities, professional and personal growth to the local communities within the Andes. That is why we employ from these communities, to help with self-sustainability, education and much more.
We personally get involved in numerous social programs. Our community outreach programs include activities like food drives. This came in pretty handy during the pandemic, when most of our dedicated and disadvantaged staff, like our porters, found themselves struggling to attain the bare minimum. Even though tourism was at a stand still for everyone, we continued with our food drives to ensure that everyone was fed. We also participate in clean-ups, because environmental sustainability, keeps our treks and isolated communities in the best condition possible. Watching our footprint, will ensure continued preservation of our treks. We also sponsor trips to Machu Picchu and have education seminars to share knowledge of the industry.
We believe in a holistic approach that’s conducive to long term growth.