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Salkantay Trek & Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 7D / 6N

This is perfect for the serious Trekker who cannot make a decision between a Nature trek in the High Andes and the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu – this has the best of both worlds. We begin on the Salkantay Trek, then change paths just before the Salkantay Pass and hike over the Incachiriaska Pass (Frozen Inca Pass) instead, leading down to the village of ‘Wayllabamba’ which joins with the Classic Inca Trail and heads to Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate. We will Trek from the watershed of the Apurimac River to the Urubamba River and around Salkantay Mountain, which is the second highest mountain in the Cusco region (6,277m/20,577ft). The trail twists and turns as we hike up and down through high mountain ranges, misty cloud forest, awesome landscapes and many diverse ecological zones containing a wide variety of plants and bird life. This stone path passes through ancient archaeological sites and leads us to the great finale we have all been waiting for – Machu Picchu.

General information

Max. Altitude:

4880 M.S.N.M

Group Size:

8 person(s)




Hike, Bus, Train


7 days - 6 nights



Price from: 897USD Book Now Enquire Now
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Day 1: Cusco – Soraypampa – Lake Humantay – Salkantaypampa

Morning pick up from your hotel for a 3.5 hour private transfer towards Soraypampa where the starting point of the trek will be. Along the way have views of Iscuchaca and Limatambo. See the beautiful valley and the snow capped mountain of Salkantay.

When we arrive have breakfast at the trailhead at Soraypampa enjoying the the view of Humantay (5,900m/19,356ft) and Salkantay (6,217m/20,396ft) mountain glaciers. Begin trekking to see the turquoise colored lake, Humantay. Later continue trekking to our first campsite Salkantaypampa. On arriving we will have high tea and snacks while enjoying the stunning views of Salkantay.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea Time & Dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping facilities – Large 4 person tents for every 2 people
  • Distance: 13kms / 8.1 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 2: Salkantaypampa – Pampajaponesa

Wake up to a fresh air and hot breakfast, preparing ourselves for our second trek till the top. We will ascend for the first few hours. Stop to have lunch prepared by our wonderful chef. After getting fueled, continue our trek for another 3 hours before reaching our campsite, located just 1km away from the snow capped mountain of Salkantay.

Once we arrive at our third campsite, it’s tea time and of course snacks while mesmerising the stunning glacial lakes and valleys. We will have a delicious dinner and call it a night.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, High Tea & Dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping facilities – Large 4 person tents for every 2 people
  • Distance: 14kms/8.7 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 3: Pampajaponesa – Sisaypampa

We will begin our day with a hike to the Incachiriaska Pass this will take approximately 4 hours hike (4,880m16,010ft) Hopefully we will see the majestic Andean Condor. This site is a sacred part of the ancient Inca religion. After the wonderful experience with wonderful views, head down to our campsite at Sisaypampa.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea & Dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping facilities – Large 4 person tents for every 2 people
  • Distance: 10kms / 6.2 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 4: Sisaypampa – Wayllabamba – Llulluchapampa

Waking up with a brilliant view and fresh air and to top it off a hot breakfast served with coffee and tea, what a great way to start the day. Today we begin with hiking towards the end of the valley. Which leads into a valley called Pampacahua, where we will find an Inca Canal that is still used by the local farming settlements.

At the end of the Pampacahua Valley,  pass our first Inca ruins called Paucarcancha before arriving to Wayllabamba for lunch. Walk for another 3 hours through the Llullucha Valley to reach our campsite at Llulluchapampa, where we enjoy our afternoon tea and dinner, while taking in the peaceful scenery.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea & Dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping facilities – Large 4 person tents for every 2 people
  • Distance: 11kms / 6.8 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 5: Lluluchapampa – Pacaymayu – Phuyupatamarca

Early breakfast call to get energized to start a 2 hours climb along the original Inca stone path. Hike up to Warmiwañusqa pass (4,217m/14,047ft), have a magnificent view of the surrounding area. Later, head downhill on a reconstructed Inca Trail to the Pacaymayu River and have lunch.

 After a delicious lunch and a well deserved rest,  walk again for another 2 hours to Runcurakay Pass (3,977m/13,127ft). From this vantage point, enjoy the views of all the surrounding mountains before going down again for 3 more hours to Phuyupatamarca (3,650m/12,047ft), where we spend the night.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea & Dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping facilities – Large 4 person tents for every 2 people
  • Distance: 16kms / 9.9 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate / Challenging

Day 6: Phuyupatamarca – Wiñaywayna – Aguas Calientes

We will have an early breakfast as always while enjoying the sun rise over the Urubamba valley, the Machu Picchu Mountain and the stunning Inca site. Walk downhill after for another 2 hours through the cloud forest to the archaeological site of Wiñay Wayna where we will have lunch.

From Winay Wayna walk an hour towards the Sun Gate and get our first breathtaking view of Machu Picchu, a great spot for taking photos. Once we reach Machu Picchu, take many photos from the viewpoint and then take the shuttle bus down the zigzagging hillside for 25 minutes to Aguas Calientes. Here we spend the night in a nice comfortable hotel with a warm bed and take a hot shower!

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea & Dinner
  • 2* Accommodation: Inti Punku Tambo,  Wiracocha Inn Hotel
  • Distance: 12kms / 7.5 miles
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 7: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco

Todays breakfast will be at your hotel, get an early bus at 5:30am up to Machu Picchu just in time to witness the sunrise. It is a truly mystical place and not something you’ll want to miss! After enjoying the sunrise your guide will provide a tour of Machu Picchu, which takes around two hours. See many of the most important parts of Machu Picchu Citadel during your tour. 

When you have had your fill of the incredible views of Machu Picchu, take a bus back down to Aguas Calientes. Upon arriving at Aguas Calientes lunch is waiting in one of the numerous restaurants (lunch not included). Depending on your train departure time, there may be some time for shopping, or sightseeing.

The Expedition train will take you back to Ollantaytambo at 2:55pm or 3:20pm, following the spectacular Urubamba River. Close to Aguas Calientes, the canyon is narrow and the river has many beautiful sections of whitewater. Back at Ollantaytambo, the driver will meet you at the exit from the train station to take you back to your hotel in Cusco in our private van. You can expect to arrive at your hotel about 7:00pm.

  • Meals included: Breakfast at your hotel
  • Difficulty: Easy


  •  On the Inca Trail, we will be doing the circuit #3 and there is no way to do another circuit unless you buy an additional entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • You can upgrade to the Vistadome Train for the same times, 2:55pm or 3:20pm, 4:22pm, or 4:43pm. The cost is $57 USD.
  • Early trains can be organized by requested and it has to be done by booking time.
  • The Huayna Picchu Mountain Hike depends on availability and let us know about it at booking time.



  • Transfer from the airport to your hotel
  • Pick up at your hotel in the morning of the trek departure
  • Private transfer from Cusco to Soraypampa (starting point of the trek)
  • Entrance fee to the Inca Trail
  • Entrance fee to Machu Picchu
  • English-speaking guide
  • Private guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Comfortable tents (sleeping 2 people in a 4-person tent)
  • All camping equipment such as: dining tent, table, chairs, kitchen tent and toilet tent
  • 3 Bus tickets Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu
  • First Aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle
  • Expedition Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
  • Private transport from Ollantaytambo to your hotel in Cusco
  • Lunch in Aguas Calientes on the last day
  • Hotel in Aguas Calientes with private room and bathroom
  • Horseman and mules, to carry all camping and personal equipment (7 kg / 15lbs of your personal items such as extra clothes, you need to include the sleeping bag in the 7kgs 15 lbs carried by our mules)
  • Provision of a horse, in case of emergency such as illness, to ensure trek can be completed by all participants
  • One-inch Thick Foam Mattress
  • Taxes
  • Boiled water for drinking and washing purposes
  • Survivor T-shirt


  • Sleeping bag 15°C –$25 USD
  • Air Mattress –$25 USD
  • Walking Poles –$20 USD
  • Dinner on the last day
  • Entry to Huaynapicchu –$75 USD
  • Entry to Machu Picchu Mount $75 USD
  • Additional horse for extra personal luggage in addition to the one for personal item allowance
  • Optional upgrade (train and hotel)
  • Tips for the guide and staff

The Salkantay & Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu is available on any date  as long as we have a minimum of 2 people and permits are available except in February when the Inca Trail is under maintenance.

2 to 8 people$ 997 USD per person

***This price includes the extra porter who will carry your belongings up to 7 kgs /15 lbs, we provide a duffel bag in which you may put your things.

***We provide large Eureka 4-person tents for every 2 people which allow space and comfort.


  • 18 to 25 years old: $30 USD. Information required on student card: name of university, student name, photo of student, expiration date etc. A copy of the card is required when booking for government approval.
  • Under 18 years old: $30 USD. Please send us a copy of your passport at the time of booking.
  • Under 11 years old: $40 USD. Please send us a copy of your passport at the time of booking.


  • Sleeping Bag – $25 USD per person per trek (It will be clean and warm)
  • Air Mattress – $25 USD per person per trek (Therm-a-rest mattresses)
  • Walking Poles – $20 USD per pair per trek (Professional Poles that can be extended)
  • Personal tent: $30 USD – (Tent for single trekkers only)
  • Additional Night in Aguas Calientes – From $60 USD (depending on availability)
  • Vistadome Train Upgrade – $57 USD per person (For the return to Poroy at 4:43 pm)
  • Huayna Picchu Mountain $75 USD per person (Please request when you book your Trek)
  • Single supplement – $35 USD per night (for solo travellers with single room)
  • Upgrade HotelLa Cabaña Hotel 3*: $50 USD per person
  • Upgrade HotelTierra Viva Hotel: 4* $90 USD per person
  • Upgrade HotelEl Mapi Hotel: 4* $120 USD per person


  • EXTRA PORTER: you will receive a small duffel bag at the briefing held the evening before you start the trek to pack your clothes and sleeping bag. Your team of porters will carry these bags together with the food and equipment
  • HOT SHOWER: at the last campsite (Wiñay Wayna)
  • BOILED WATER: for drinking included along the Inca Trail
  • SMALL GROUPS:  Average group 4 to 6 with a maximum of 8 hikers
  • DUFFEL BAG: for your personal belongings


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If permits are sold out for the Classic Inca Trail on your preferred date, you have so many options that will still allow you to trek and enjoy the Andes on the way to MACHU PICCHU. Alternative treks are just as beautiful as the Inca Trail. They are less crowded because we take you OFF the beaten track” in the Andes and we make sure you don’t miss anything on your trek to MACHU PICCHU.

***Orange Nation Peru Requires only a 2 participant minimum for our departures! “You can chose any day that is best for you as long as we have a minimum of 2 trekkers.

***If you are a single traveller and are flexible with your start date, we will make sure you have a group to travel with and you won’t miss out on  any of the fun.



Important Note: We will buy your Inca Trail trek permit using the names and passport numbers that you send us with your trek booking application (they must to complete and accurate)
You must bring the same passport with you to Cusco and take it with you on the Inca Trail.  If the name or number on your passport does not match the name and number on the trek permit, the government authorities will not allow you to start the trek and you will not be entitled to a refund.


If you plan to renew or change your name on your passport between making your trek booking and starting your trek, you can book your trek or tour with your current passport number or name, but you mustsend us a copy of your old passport and a copy of your new passport when you have them.  We can then make the change with the government before you arrive.  The extra cost to do the change is $25 USD per person. (This will cover the change in number or name for your Inca Trail Permit, Machu Picchu Entrance, and Train.)

If you do not advise us of the change or do not want to pay the fee, bring the original of both passports (the old and new one).  You can enter Peru with your new passport but you must show the government authorities your old passport in order to enter the Inca Trail, Machu Picchu or Train.  If  you cannot do so, you will not be allowed to start your trek by the government officials. All names and numbers must match!!


Please read the following information to help answer any questions you may have about our Services.


We will pick you up from the Cusco airport and take you to your hotel in Cusco. Please let us know your flight details at least 14 days before arrival. Our representative will be holding an orange sign reading ORANGE Nation outside the arrivals. You must exit the terminal to find our representative as they cannot enter. (Please let us know if your hotel is in the Sacred Valley so we can make the necessary arrangments). 


The Briefing will be the night before the trek at 6 pm in our office which is located at Garcilaso Street 210 , Office Nº:213 (2and Floor) in the la CASA DEL ABUELO shopping center


ABSOLUTELY! During the Classic 5-Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu your main luggage can be stored at our office or at your hotel, both are free.


FIRST, to book your Machu Picchu Tour, we need you to fill out our booking form by clicking on BOOK NOW on our homepage or click here – BOOK NOW.

We will need the following information (FROM EACH PARTICIPANT in your group). This information is necessary to purchase the Inca Trail permits, entrance and train tickets to Machu Picchu:

  • Personal information (your full name, exactly as on your passport):
  • Gender
  • Passport number
  • D.OB. (dd / mm / yyyy)
  • Nationality

SECOND, we require a deposit of $286.00 USD per person  in order to purchase your entrance to Machu Picchu and train ticket. You can make you deposit by clicking on  PAYPAL symbols on the top of our home page,


It would be greatly appreciated if you pay in cash at our office (US dollars or Peruvian soles) here in Cusco. We have many cash machines in the historical center to withdraw money.  You can also pay by PAYPAL online but you will have to pay a 5.5% service charge by PAYPAL.  To pay your balance through PAYPAL, you need to log into your PAYPAL account using our email address of 


  • According to Peruvian Law, you must be under 18 years of age at the time of your trek, tour, or visit to Machu Picchu (students 18 & above need student cards). For example, if you book a trek at the age of 17 but you turn 18 before you do your trek, you do not qualify for a student discount.
  • All students from 11 to 17 years have a $30 discount.
  • Children between the ages 2 to 11 have a $40 discount.
  • Children under the age of 2 are free.
  • All students must provide a copy of their passport at the time of their booking to get the student discount.
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Unfortunately Not. Once the tickets have been bought, the government does not allow any changes, so we cannot change any departure date after the tickets has been purchased. Tickets are also non transferable nor refundable. If you cancel your Machu Picchu Tour, the deposit is lost!


DEFINITELY! You MUST bring your original passport with the SAME passport number you sent us to book your entrance to Machu Picchu, train ticket, other entrances and reservations. They will check when you enter Machu Picchu and to board the train.

In case you are renewing your passport or changing your name, please send us a COPY of your old passport to secure your permit, and we can change it when we receive a COPY of your new passport for a fee of $25 per person. We must have a copy of your old and new passport to make the change. Before you change your passport keep a copy of your old one.

If you do not wish to pay this fee you will need to bring both passports to Peru with you. You can enter Peru with your new passport but you will need to show both passports, old and new to enter Machu Picchu or the train. If you do not have both you will not be allowed to enter into Machu Picchu or get on the train.

Remember to check your current passport to make sure it doesn’t expire within 6 months of your arrival to Peru!!! The Government of Peru is enforcing the existing law that requires all foreign travelers to have a passport valid for a minimum of six months past the time of entry into Peru. Peruvian authorities will deny entry into Peru for travelers not meeting this requirement.


The weather is very unpredictable and always changing in the Andes Mountains, so it is difficult to say with any certainty. We recommend that you be prepared for warm weather, possible rain showers (Orange Nation provides rain ponchos) and a warm jacket in case of cold. We also recommend that you dress in layers so you may take off or put on clothes as needed.

The climate in Cusco has temperatures between 10º – 20º C, with warm days and cold nights. The best time to hike the Inca trail is between the months of April through October, when the weather is warm. During the months of June, July and August nights are very cold which is why Orange Nation rents good quality 4 season sleeping bags.

The rainy season is during the months of November through March, if you want to hike the Inca Trail during this season, bring warm clothes and be prepared for rain but there will be a beautiful landscape and colorful flowers.

The month of February, the Inca Trail is closed for safety, repairs and restoration.

The Average weather conditions on the Inca Trail:

  • Dry Season: April – October
  • Day temperature: 20ºC – 25ºC – Night temperature -1ºC – 7ºC
  • Wet Season: November – March
  • Day temperature: 17ºC – 22ºC – Night temperature 4ºC – 7ºC


Welcome to Cusco, the capital of the Inca Empire, located at 11,152 feet (3,399 meters) above sea level, where lack of oxygen is the only thing that can prevent you from enjoying your trip. Don’t waste one day feeling sick, prevent high altitude sickness before your trip to Cusco.

For some visitors, the first hours in Cusco can be summarized as: shortness of breath, a discomfort in the body, dizziness, headaches, stomachaches, even vomiting. As great connoisseurs of natural medicine, the Incas used coca leaves to counteract soroche, quechua for high-altitude sickness.

Don’t do anything other than rest

If you travel from Lima to Cusco, the effect can be immediate. This lack of oxygen, scientifically known as hypoxia, begins to manifest itself at 7,874 ft (2,399 m) above sea level. That’s why right after landing in Cusco, visitors can feel fatigued and have difficulty walking. Walking one block could feel like walking ten blocks carrying a backpack full of rocks. It is advisable to take it really easy on the first day and, if possible, rest the first few hours to help the body acclimatize to the altitude.

Hangover x 2

To start out on the right foot, avoiding traveling to Cusco with a hangover (this is fundamental so that the body does not become even more dehydrated). Many of the symptoms one feels are the same as those of an almighty hangover, even if you did not drink the night before traveling. It’s also recommended that you abstain from drink alcohol on the first day in Cusco.

Stay hydrated

How do people feel after a night of drinking? Thirsty. That’s how you’ll feel when you arrive in Cusco. As already stated, the body dehydrates quickly in high altitudes. It is recommended you drink lots of water before and during your trip to Cusco. Also, avoid heavy meals since your stomach takes longer to digest food at high altitudes. A diet of low proteins and high carbs is advisable.

Discovering coca

No one knew better the effects of high altitude than indigenous peoples. Coca is the best natural medicine to combat altitude sickness. It was even considered sacred because of its curative powers and is still used in the same way now as it was in the time of the Incas. It contains iron, vitamins A, B1, B2 and calcium, among other nutrients. Coca makes it easier for your bloodstream to absorb oxygen, suppresses hunger, combats fatigue, headaches and can ease your stomach. If you do not feel like chewing leaves (which can be bitter, apart from numbing your mouth), you can try drinking coca tea, which is most commonly found in the lobby of hotels in Cusco.

Pills help

There’s one magic pill that will save you many of these troubles. It is called Sorojchi Pill and it contains acetylsalicylic acid, salophen and caffeine. This over-the-counter drug will help with your blood circulation and headache. If you’re feeling dizzy and nauseous, try Gravol, an over-the-counter pill to stop motion sickness. Take both pills an hour before landing in Cusco. Remember to consult your doctor about medicines you intend to take, and always read the labels.

Still feeling sick? Don’t worry, the body will eventually get used to the altitude and symptoms will gradually subside. Plus, if you’re traveling to Machu Picchu, remember it’s lower than Cusco, which means more oxygen!


The maximum group size is 10 persons. Usually our groups are between 2-6 persons. Orange Nation specializes in SMALL and PRIVATE groups and provides personalized service.


You will have 1 cook per group. The number of porters depends of the size of the group. For a group of 2 trekkers, there will have 4 porters, 4 trekkers will have 6 porters, 6 trekkers will have 9 porters, 8 trekkers will have 12 porters.


The evening before your trek, you will be given a SMALL DUFFLE BAG to pack your clothes for the next four days. Your weight allowance is up to 7kg/15lbs including sleeping bag, so 5kg/11lbs. Your team of porters will carry your duffle bag for you, together with the food and camping gear. It’s important to be aware that you will not have access to your items in the duffle bag until the end of each day, as the porters will always be ahead of the group. During the trek, you need a day backpack big enough to carry your personal belongings such as a warm jacket, a rain jacket, camera, sunscreen, snacks, water, etc. Usually a 30 to 50 litre backpack is sufficient.


The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a 42km (24.4 mile) hike through the Andes in the Cusco region. The maximum altitude on the trek is 4,217m/13,907ft. On the second day of the trek we climb two mountains. The Trail is a fairly difficult and you should be prepared and healthy prior to starting. You have to be relatively fit and exercise regularly.
In preparation: try walking 15kms in a day or go to the fitness club in the months leading up to the trek. It is also important to be well acclimatised to the altitude. Try to spend at least 2 days in Cusco (3,350m/11,047ft) prior to starting the trek.


If you’re happy with the services provided, a tip is appropriate. It means a lot to the staff, and their families, who will take care of you during the tour. It inspires better service and is a major part of the tourism industry across many ORANGE Nation destinations. Of course you are free to tip more or less what you want, depending how you feel about the quality of service and the length of your tour.


  • Original Passport (it has to be the same you have used for booking your trek).
  • Valid, GREEN ISIC card (if you booked as a student).
  • Good daypack.
  • Drinking Water: 2-3 litre Camelbaks work well.
  • Comfortable hiking boots or shoes.
  • Sleeping bag (can be rented from ORANGE NATION Travel)
  • Headlamp or flashlight: essential for moving around the camp at night.
  • Toiletpaper.


As a Professional Direct Local Tour operator, we provide you with a duffle bag at your briefing and INCLUDE an extra porter who will carry up to 7 kgs or 14 pounds including your 2.5kg sleeping bag, mattress and extra clothing.

  • Necessary clothes for the 5-day Trek.
  • Thermals.
  • Warm clothes — it gets cold at night.
  • Gloves (preferably waterproof).
  • Comfortable shoes for camp.
  • Quickdry towel. We provide small ones, you might prefer something larger.
  • Small bottle of soap: we provide warm water each day to wash.
  • Large plastic bags will be provided at the office — Please ask for them.
  • Sleeping bag: It should be rated at least -15ºC – This can be rented from us for US$20.


  • Face moisturizer.
  • Hand Sanitizer.
  • Wet wipes.
  • Toothbrush and paste (Important).
  • Personal medications.


We highly recommend a small backpack 30 to 40 Litres for hiking throughout the day. A big backpack will not be allowed into Machu Picchu. The remainder of your belongings will be in your duffel bag at camp.

  • Water: Please supply your own water until the first lunch spot, then we will provide you with cold boiled water  at every meal time. Please bring your canteens.
  • Sun Hat.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Headlamp: essential
  • Warm Hat
  • Rain gear.
  • Fleece.
  • Snacks like chocolate bars, ice cream, cereal bars or any dry fruits, protein bars (must be brought from home – not sold in Peru)
  • Coca leaves.
  • Rain plastic poncho.
  • Gloves.
  • Camera.
  • Hand sanitiser.
  • Toilet paper and small plastic bag for waste.
  • Extra Money for Souvenirs, Drinks & Tips.

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Gideon G

Trip to Rainbow mountain. First to the mountain thanks to Yair’s expert driving and special thanks to Cristian for being my guide. Highly recommend!

D'Ivion P

Our group of 8 did the 3-day Inca trail tour. From the very beginning Ray demonstrated his knowledge by answering all our questions thoroughly. Trekking the Inca trail was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life. I can say for certain that I would not have finished the trail, if not for Ray. I am not active at all, and hiking up and down a mountain, for 7 hours, seemed impossible. Within the first 10 minutes I was ready to be done. That sentiment was shared within most of my group.

Andria E

Our tour guide Ray was excellent and very helpful. And we did the short inks trail to machupicchu thanks for the experience

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Ray was absolutely amazing 😎 would definitely recommend him to anyone that wants to travel to Machu Picchu !!! Best experience of my life and off my bucket list🙏🏾

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Vinimos desde Choquequirao para visitar Machu Picchu e incluso después de todos los momentos inolvidables del trekking con Jhony como nuestro guía Machu Picchu fue realmente memorable. Tener boletos para la entrada de las 6 a.m. fue fantástico, ya que nos permitió explorar con menos multitudes y presenciar la niebla que se elevaba sobre las ruinas.

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Éramos un grupo de tres que decidimos realizar un recorrido de un día por el Valle Sagrado de Orange Nations, contemplando Ollyantaytambo y terminando en Cusco. La mejor decisión que tomamos fue que fuimos recibidos por nuestro increíble guía Miguel justo a tiempo, quien nos llevó a este increíble día lleno de diversión, risas y con un gran conocimiento sobre el área.

Asiah Butler

Gracias Jhony y Grober por sus recorridos entusiastas y conocedores. Definitivamente ambos guías turísticos del siguiente nivel con una compañía del siguiente nivel. Hicimos la caminata Laures y Machupichu con Sam Travels / Orange Nation y lo recomendamos encarecidamente :)

Anna S

¡Los mejores guías turísticos del Perú para el sendero Machu Picchu! Nuestros guías turísticos Johny y David brindaron un servicio de la más alta calidad en mi experiencia viajando por Perú. Johnny enriqueció toda nuestra experiencia con humor, un conocimiento increíblemente detallado de la historia y cultura peruana, así como su entusiasmo y amabilidad. Durante los 2 días,

Jaden Curtis
recommends Orange Nation Peru

This was my first time in Peru and I wanted to do something bigger and better than Machu Picchu. I was searching online and came across Orange Nation's "Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu" , which is three times larger than Machu Picchu. Since Peru is known for a Machu Picchu

Ray Besos
recommends Orange Nation Peru

My girl and i did the Machu Pichu trek tour with Orange Nation. It was seriously the most amazing experience that we'll never forget. Gorgeous views! The long trek was worth the amazing view. The tour guide was friendly and very knowledgeable.

Juliet Julz
recommends Orange Nation Peru

Wow, what a wonderful trekking experience! My trip to Peru was amazing thanks to this awesome tour that i took with Orange Nation. I did multiple tours with this company. I'm a solo traveler and everyone in my group was always still friendly and did not make me feel left out.

Juan Uscamayta
recommends Orange Nation Peru

Excelente Anghely una nueva oportunidades de trabajo me siento feliz por estos logros

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