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    Trekking From Choquequirao to Machu Picchu 8D/7N

    • Tour Type: Trekking
    • Departure city: Cuzco, Perú
    • End city: Cuzco, Perú
    • Price: $1199 USD
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    Overview

    Choquequirao and Machu Picchu are the largest and best preserved Inca archaeological fortresses that exist in all of South America; there is a connection through roads and trails that connects both citadels; this is one of the most challenging and wonderful hikes, so much so that in 2015 National Geographic chose it as one of the most beautiful routes in the world.
    The fortress of Machu Picchu is known worldwide, but what few know is that the Incas also built another very similar and equally impressive citadel, of which so far only less than 50% has been discovered and receives a very low number of visitors.
    One of the reasons why few people visit Choquequirao is because to get to this citadel you have to walk 13 miles (21km) on foot, which implies descending from 9,186 ft (2800m) to 3,937 ft (1200m) meters above sea level , and then going up again to 10,499 ft (3200m), a real challenge!.

    Key Tour Data
    Tour Name: Trekking From Choquequirao to Machu Picchu 8D/7N
    Location: Cuzco, Perú
    Tour Type: Hiking & Trekking
    Age Requirements: 14+
    Days walking: 7 Days
    Total tour time: 8 days (from Cuzco to Cuzco)
    Total walking distance: 40 miles (65km)
    Elevation: 19,685 ft (+), 16,404 ft (-)
    Technical difficulty: 4 of 7
    Maximum Altitude: 13,451 ft (4100m): Abra San Juan
    Minimum Altitude: 4,921 ft (1500m): Playa Rosalina

    Due to the difficulty of this trek, many visitors only reach Choquequirao and return to the starting point, but there are others who dare and continue the journey to continue discovering the wonders of the Incas and reach Machu Picchu, covering a total of more 40 miles (65km) on foot.

    The Combo Expedition that connects these two highlights, Machu Picchu and Choquequirao will go beyond your dreams. Discover Machu Picchu and its sister Choquequirao with us; because we belong to the mountains.
    A spectacular experience awaits you in the Andes Mountains; immerse yourself in the Inca culture, you will be impressed by its imposing mountains, roads and dreamlike trails, the hike to Machu Picchu through Choquequirao is the perfect combination for lovers of nature, culture and trekking.

    Highlights

    • Visit the two most emblematic fortresses of the Inca Empire.
    • Trekking in the Andes Mountains.
    • Visit one of the wonders of the modern world.

    Optional Services

    • Train upgrade to Vistadome: $ 35 per person.
    • Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu mountain: $ 60 per person.
    • Entrance ticket to Huayna Picchu mountain: $ 60 per person.
    • Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (round trip): $ 24 per person (In this tour we will do it walking).
      *It is not possible to climb both mountains, Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu mountain, in the same tour.

    What you get

    6 nights Accommodation

    1N nights hotel (in the town of Aguas Calientes), 5 nights camping.

    Transport included

    Travel easily from A to B (Bus / Train)

    19 Meals

    5 Breakfsat, 5 Lunch, 5 Dinner, 4 Snack(s) in the walking.

    Guide

    Professional bilingual guide (End-to-end accompaniment throughout your tour package)

    Extras

    Handy extras and accessories (Sleeping bag / tent / mat) / Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu & Choquequirao.

    What is not included

    • Airport pick-up/drop-off
    • Accommodation in Cuzco and Lima
    • Travel insurance
    • Meals in the city
    • Personal expenses
    • Single accommodation (available on request).

    Itinerary

    1

    Day A: Cuzco 11,155 ft (3400m) Walking around the city

    Departure Time: Usually in the afternoon

    We will give you a guided walking tour of about 04 hours approx. by the center of the city, this will depend on your availability at the time you arrive in the city of Cuzco. This tour is usually in the afternoon.

    Activity: We will walk through the most emblematic streets and squares of Cuzco, we will learn about its history and customs.

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 4hr

      Walking

    • Bus

    • Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

    2

    Day 1 of 7: Cuzco 11,155 ft (3400m) – Chiquisca 6,693 ft (2040m)

    One day before the trek, be sure to make all the necessary preparations.
    Today you will be picked up at your accommodation between 6:00-7:00 am. Please be fully prepared with all your personal gear and have consumed your breakfast before boarding our transportation.
    Now, before starting this amazing adventure, we will take you by bus (04 hours) to the town of Cachora, where we will have lunch and you can buy some last minute snacks, water and cookies, etc.
    After lunch in Cachora, our transportation will continue its journey 6,2 miles (10km) more until we reach the town of Capuliyoc; this will be the starting point of our dream adventure, the hike begins here.
    In Capuliyoc is where we meet our muleteers and horses that will help us all the way. This day we start our hike, it will be 4.3 miles (07km) of pure descent (03 hours approx) to Chiquisca, where we will have dinner and spend the night.

    Difficulty: Slightly gentle because it will be seven kilometers of pure downhill.

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 4.3 miles

      Walking

    • 4hr

      Bus

    • Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

    3

    Day 2 of 7: Chiquisca 6,693 ft (2040m) – Marampata 9,350 ft (2850m)

    Early after breakfast, from Chiquisca we continue descending until we reach 4,921 ft (Playa Rosalina), then we cross the Apurimac River and begin a very demanding ascent to Santa Rosa Baja where lunch awaits us.
    After lunch recharged with energy, we continue ascending through a steeper slope, zigzagging the trail, this climb takes about 4 hours approximately to the town of Maranpata, where we will have dinner and spend the night.

    Difficulty: A very physically demanding day, we are in for a great ascent.

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 5.6 miles

      Walking

    • Bus

    • Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

    4

    Day 3 of 7: Marampata 9,350 ft (2850m) – Choquequirao 10,170 ft (3100m) – Pinchinuyoc 8,159 ft (2487m)

    This morning we start our 02 hour hike to reach the fortress of Choquequirao; this is one of the most anticipated days because we will have the whole morning to enjoy a guided tour of the majestic architectural complex of Choquequirao.
    After lunch in the afternoon we continue our journey to our goal, the great Machu Picchu, for that we will say to the Abra de Choquequirao that will be an hour climb, and then begin a two-hour descent to reach the fortress of Pinchauyuc, where we will set up our tents for dinner and overnight.

    Difficulty: Today will also be a very exhausting day, 5.6 miles (9km) of hiking between ascents and descents.

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 5.6 miles

      Walking

    • Bus

    • Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

    5

    Day 4 of 7: Pinchinuyoc 8,159 ft (2487m) – Maizal 9,484 ft (2891m)

    After breakfast we will continue with the descent for 2 more hours until we reach Rio Blanco, and then begin a 4 hour ascent to the town of Maizal, where we will have lunch this time a little late (15:00hrs approx). We will spend the rest of the afternoon in Maizal, we will have dinner and spend the night there, appreciating the wonderful mountains and its imposing sky.

    Difficulty: Very tiring day, 4.9 miles (8km) of hiking between ascents and descents.

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 4.9 miles

      Walking

    • Bus

    • Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

    6

    Day 5 of 7: Maizal 9,484 ft (2891m) – Yanama 10,269 ft (3130m)

    Today we will have an ascent of 2,953 ft (900m), about three hours of pure ascent to the Abra San Juan 13,451 ft (4100m), this is one of the most beautiful views where we can also appreciate the snowy Pumasillo; then continuing our way we begin a two-hour descent to the town of Yanama where we will have lunch, dinner and spend the night.

    Difficulty: The body is already very exhausted, but we’ll have to be strong for a big climb and a big descent.

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 5.6 miles

      Walking

    • Bus

    • Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

    7

    Day 6 of 7: Yanama 10,269 ft (3130m) – Aguas Calientes 6,693 ft (2040m)

    After breakfast we will board our transportation that will take us to the town of Hidroeléctrica 42 miles (04 hours of travel).
    Minutes before arriving to Hidroeléctrica we will enjoy our lunch in the town of Santa Teresa (located just 15 minutes from Hidroeléctrica).
    We start our hike from Hidroeléctrica to the town of Aguas Calientes, now you will have to carry your personal backpack all the way; this is a flat trail with a few ascents along the train tracks, this hike takes about three hours 6.8 miles (11 km.).
    In Aguas Calientes we will enjoy our dinner and rest in our hotel for the next big day where we will finally arrive at the long awaited Machu Picchu.

    Difficulty: This is an almost flat trail, but the challenge is that we will walk carrying our backpacks, there are no pack horses here (you will only carry your personal backpack).

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 6.8 miles

      Walking

    • 4hr

      Bus

    • Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

    8

    Day 7 of 7: Aguas Calientes 6,693 ft (2040m) – Machu Picchu 7.972 ft (2430) – Cusco 11,155 ft (3400)

    Today is the big day, we wake up very early to enjoy our breakfast and finish the last stretch of our historic trek. Today we walk a stretch of 4km with a steep slope (800 meters positive difference in altitude) of ziksageantes roads; so in just two hours we will finally be in Machu Pichu, the wonder of the world.
    We will take a guided tour to enjoy the most spectacular stone construction in the world, we will also learn about the mysteries and customs of the Incas.
    After enjoying Machu Picchu, we will return to the city of Aguas Calientes in the same way, by the same trails that led us there, but this time downhill.
    We will have lunch in Aguas Calientes and then board our return train (02 hours approx) to the town of Ollantaytambo, then we will board our transportation for another two hours to reach the Imperial City of Cuzco and go to your hotel.

    Difficulty: This is an almost flat trail, but the challenge is that we will walk carrying our backpacks, there are no pack horses here (you will only carry your personal backpack).

    Accommodation:

    • Hotel

    • Lodging

    • Camping

    Movility

    • 4.9 miles

      Walking

    • 2hr

      Bus

    • 2hr

      Train

    • Airplane

    Meals provided

    • Breakfsat

    • Lunch

    • Dinner

    • Snack

     

    Referential map

    Essential Information

    Visa and passport information

    Citizens of the United Kingdom, citizens of Western Europe, Americans, Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, South Africans and most other nationalities do not require a visa. If you have any doubts, please contact the nearest Peruvian Embassy.

    Price Guarantee

    Once your reservation is confirmed, we guarantee that the price will not increase, regardless of the circumstances. Before booking, please make sure you have read our important information about tour prices.

    Booking Conditions

    Before booking your Made In Mountain trip, be sure to read both our Essential Information and Booking Conditions.

    Travel Insurance

    It is a condition of booking with Made In Mountain that you have adequate valid travel insurance. It is your responsibility to take out adequate travel insurance and to ensure that you have read and understood all the terms and conditions of your travel insurance policy to ensure that you are covered for all activities you intend to undertake during the tour, including all optional activities. Your insurance policy should fully cover you for medical expenses and emergency repatriation to your home country.
    In case of medical emergencies, illness or injury your insurance should cover the entire duration of your vacation. If you are trekking at high altitude, make sure there is no upper altitude limit that may limit or exclude coverage for your trip.

    Maximum altitude

    The fifth day of the trek (Maizal 2891m – Yanama 3130) we have an obligatory pass through the highest point of the entire trek, we will pass through the pass of San Juan 4150 meters above sea level, the climate is cold and tropical typical of the Peruvian Andes, in much of the day you can reach temperatures around 15 degrees Celsius on average.

    Altitude information

    This trip is at an altitude where there is a risk of being affected by acute mountain sickness (AMS), a common and generally harmless condition caused by reduced air pressure and lower oxygen concentration. While the itinerary has been specifically designed to allow your body to acclimatize gradually, the rate of onset and severity, as well as the altitude at which AMS develops, can vary greatly among individuals; being physically fit offers no special protection. If symptoms develop during your trip, you should report them to your Made In Mountain leader immediately.
    Travelers with heart or lung conditions, anemia, asthma, high blood pressure, or who are taking the birth control pill should seek advice from their primary care physician and specifically mention the maximum altitude the trip reaches (refer to the trip itinerary). Bring your travel notes to your medical appointment so that your physician has all the details of your trip.
    You should have adequate travel insurance for your trip. Make sure that your insurance policy covers you up to the maximum altitude indicated above.

    Important for travel to Cuzco City

    During the high season of visitors from April to October (Andean summer) our reservations sell out quickly, so we recommend that you book your vacation well in advance of your planned travel date, at least 5 to 6 months in advance when possible.

    About flight delays

    Made In Mountain does not currently include international flights from your home city in its itineraries, so it is very important that you schedule your arrival in Lima, Peru 1 or 2 days prior to the start of your tour to avoid delays with your itinerary.

    Vaccinations

    Due to the current COVID-19 situation, visa and vaccination requirements are subject to change and you should inquire before traveling.
    At present, in the current year 2022, the Peruvian Government requires to show the vaccination card for access to public places.
    In Peru, in addition to the COVID-19 vaccine, no other vaccines are mandatory, but we recommend protection against typhoid fever, tetanus, polio and hepatitis A. Consult your travel clinic for the latest advice on malaria, dengue fever and Zika virus. Take preventive measures to avoid mosquito bites, which include mosquito repellent, as well as long pants and long-sleeved shirts to cover up when necessary.

    About camping tents

    You will be assigned a space in a shared tent of two, three or four people as organized by the main guide, but if you want more privacy and want a personal tent, this will have an additional cost of $ 50 dollars as a single payment for all the days of camping that we will have on the route.
    If you come as a couple or with friends a private tent can be assigned according to availability, so it is very important that you reserve the tour well in advance.

    Food in camping

    The food is varied, prioritizing good nutrition to keep you active throughout the trip.
    Your tour leader will contact you to ask you about your dietary preferences.

    Travel Lima – Cuzco – Lima

    To travel from the capital city of Lima to Cuzco (round trip) you must arrange your flights in advance, we suggest you arrive in the capital city of Lima one or two days prior to the start of your tour to avoid delays and inconveniences.
    The present itinerary only counts from your arrival in the city of Cuzco.
    If you require additional flight services, please contact our travel agents.

    Expand activities in Cuzco

    If you plan to stay a few more days in the city of Cuzco and wish to extend your experience to other emblematic places of the Inca empire, we can offer you other activities, but it will be important to let your main guide know in advance.

    Basic services in Cuzco

    Cuzco is a small city, but with a wide variety of hotel and gastronomic services due to the great touristic affluence it has. We always make the best effort to give you the best comfort and food when you are in this place; you will have a good internet access and the comforts with the primary services; our partners are the best that you can find in that city.

    Water

    Drinking water is provided. Tap water in Peru is not safe to drink; boiled and filtered drinking water is provided on the trek and elsewhere your leader will purchase large water containers so you can refill your bottle.

    Lodging, meals, flights or additional services

    If you have problems to book your lodging, flights from Lima to Cuzco, food, etc. or any additional service we can assist you, it is only important that you make your tour reservations well in advance. Cuzco is a city with very high demand for tourist services, the basic services are full almost all year round.
    Remember that any additional service that is not included in this tour will have an additional cost.

     

    Frequent Questions

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    What is Machu Picchu?

    Machu Picchu is one of the seven wonders of the world, it is an Inca citadel located high above 2430m in the Andes in Peru, on the Urubamba river valley, department of Cuzco. This Inca fortress was built in the 15th century and then abandoned, it is famous for its sophisticated dry stone walls that combine huge blocks without the use of mortar, fascinating buildings that relate to astronomical alignments and panoramic views, the exact purpose of these constructions still remains a mystery.

    What is Choquequirao?

    It is another “lost city of the Incas” also known as the sister of Machu Picchu, this citadel was officially rediscovered in the late twentieth century, located at 3,030 meters above sea level, on top of a mountain above the Apurimac River, in its surroundings you can see imposing snow-capped mountains such as the famous Salkantay and Humantay.
    The construction of Choquequirao is the work of the successors of the Inca Pachacutec, Tupac Inca Yupanqui (1471 – 1493) and Huayna Capac (1493 – 1527). The site used domestic and ceremonial ceramics of the classic Cuzco style, as well as others, typical of the population that moved to build and populate the site permanently.
    The Choquequirao fortress is located under the jurisdiction of the district of Santa Teresa, Province of La Convención, Department of Cuzco, in southern Peru.

    Is this trek from Choquequirao to Machu Picchu part of what is commercially known as the Inca Trail?

    No, what is commercially known as “Inca Trail” is a different trekking, it takes other locations, it is a different route that does not coincide with this route.

    What services would be missing from my tour to take my mind off all primary expenses?

    You would need to include flights, lodging and meals in the city, we do not include them in our tours for the following reasons:
    – Lodging in Lima and Cuzco: Each passenger has a different need (we only separate lodging in places where the options and offers are very reduced, for example, in this tour we have included lodging in the city of Aguas Calientes).
    – Food in town: The food preferences of each passenger is different, so we prefer you to explore the flavors of your preference (we only provide food in the camps when trekking).
    – Flights: You can book the airline of your preference, we know that there are complete offers from your country of origin.
    If you wish to include any of these services in your tour you should contact our travel agents so that they can assist you and include it in your tour pack.

    Will someone pick me up at the airport when I land in Lima, Peru from my home country?

    No, our service starts from your hotel in the city of Cusco and the day you start your tour according to the schedule of the itinerary, from there, your tour leader will accompany you from end to end throughout your vacation until you return to your hotel of origin.
    While it is true that the tour leader accompaniment is exclusively for the tour itinerary, we also operate in the city of Lima, we are attentive to provide all the assistance and extra support you need, but keep in mind that expenses for extra care are not covered in this tour.
    Remember that we also have adventures in Lima, you can take advantage of your free days to visit lagoons, waterfalls and mountains within the territory of Lima, you can check our offers.

    How far is Choquequirao and Machu Picchu from the capital of Peru, Lima?

    Both wonders are located in the city of Cuzco.
    Cuzco is located south of the capital of the department of Lima, capital of Peru. From Lima to Cuzco a commercial flight will take you in one hour, while if you go by bus you will arrive in approximately 24 hours.

    What to expect when trekking From Choquequirao to Machu Picchu?

    The trekking route from the city of Cuzco to Choquequirao and from this point to Machu Picchu is the most complete and challenging route that exists in the ancient capital of the Incas.
    It goes through ancient Inca roads surrounded by the most picturesque landscapes. On average it covers 65 kilometers in 7 days and 6 nights of intense trekking and adventure.

    What is the best season to do this adventure?

    You can do this trekking any day of the year, however, the recommended season is between the months of April to October, this season is known as the “Andean Summer”, because there are no longer many weather impediments (rain, low temperatures, fog, etc.) to better enjoy the scenery.
    However, we all know how climate change has affected the behavior of the environment, so we cannot guarantee that an “Andean summer” will be one hundred percent perfect.
    We can only guarantee the best safety for you to enjoy a hike on any day of the year.

    What is the difficulty level of this walking tour?

    This trekking is demanding, due to the distance and elevation gain (see technical sheet), so we consider it as an advanced trekking level 4.
    Please measure your capabilities and experience in similar adventures before taking this tour.

    How fit should I be to do this walk?

    This is a challenging hike and should only be done by people in excellent physical condition and with previous experience in mountain trekking above 3000masl.
    This route is located in a remote and unforgiving part of the Andes, access to basic services is very limited, everything is provided by our organization, Made In Mountain will make sure you have the best experience in the mountains; although it is true, there are some hamlets and small towns along the way, they can provide some very basic services to tourists, so you should not have high expectations in this regard.

    Will I have internet access during the trip?

    During the journey in some specific places it is possible to have access to satellite internet (but we do not guarantee accessibility, because this depends on the contractual agreements that the villagers have with their service providers),
    According to our itinerary on “Day 4” (Pinchauyuc – Maizal) there is no cellular or internet signal.
    Some localities also have electric energy from solar panels and artificial motors, but the electric energy is only for lighting, but not for recharging electronic devices.

    I am from another country, do I need any special permission to participate in this trek?

    No, you do not need any special permission, except for your Visa or Passport, your personal identification document. We will take care of everything else.

    In addition to the payment of this tour, do I have to make additional payments along the way?

    With the registration of your tour you will not have to worry about any primary expenses (entrance tickets to the parks, mobility, guide, etc.); since we pick you up at your hotel in the city of Cusco, until we return you again, we take care of everything, transportation, lodging (with the exceptions mentioned in the summary table).
    Food in the city will have to be covered by you (we only provide food in the camps when trekking), secondary expenses such as souvenirs, handicrafts, alcoholic beverages, etc. will have to be covered by you.
    If you want additional services that are not included in this tour, then you must request it to our travel agents before hiring the tour.

    Will someone help me to get to Cuzco from Lima, how do I return to Lima from Cuzco?

    From the moment you hire our services we will assign you a specialized local tour leader who will accompany you throughout your vacation so that you will live an unforgettable experience without worries.
    We will accompany you from your hotel in the city of Cuzco (round trip).
    While it is true that the accompaniment is exclusively for the tour itinerary and starts and ends at your hotel in the city of Cuzco, we are attentive to provide all the assistance and extra support you need in the city of Lima or Cusco, but keep in mind that expenses for extra care are not covered in this tour.
    Remember that we also have adventures in Lima, you can take advantage of your free days to visit lagoons, waterfalls and mountains within the territory of Lima, you can check our offers.

    What do I need to pack for this walking tour?

    Basically your personal gear such as your trekking clothes (pants, hiking boots, warm jackets, sunglasses, etc); once you agree to this tour we will send you in detail everything you will basically need to enjoy this adventure in the best condition.

    How many people can make up my walking group?

    Groups of up to a maximum of twelve people can be formed; our groups are always small, because we need you to live an unforgettable experience.

    If I am tired will I be able to ride a horse?

    Made In Mountain is a travel agency exclusively for trekking lovers, this tour is designed for you to enjoy an unforgettable trek, however we will always have mules for assistance and emergencies.
    Our itinerary is programmed so that you can arrive at each camp in the stipulated time and in the best conditions; we will walk at a moderate pace according to your abilities, and if the group is large there will be an assistant to accompany you.

    What happens if I get injured or get sick halfway and can no longer continue?

    If you suffer any physical injury during the journey of this adventure, our staff has the training and equipment necessary for first aid and to get you to safety.
    If you feel you can no longer continue at any point along the way, we have a plan to take you to the nearest town and bring you back to the city of Cuzco or Lima as needed.
    In both cases, for the reasons mentioned above, if you need to cut the road or cancel your itinerary to return to the city earlier than scheduled according to the itinerary, this will have an additional cost because it will require an unplanned extra mobilization and management.

    Will the hotel where I will sleep in Aguas Calientes be a personal room?

    No, the rooms can be shared between two to four people, but if you want a personal room for more privacy, then you will have to previously request availability; it will depend on the availability to grant it, otherwise it will have an additional cost; that is why it is important that you book your tour well in advance to be able to configure your trip in the best way to suit you.

    What are the camping facilities like?

    Our camping facilities have all the necessary requirements for you to enjoy the best comfort and tranquility; in addition to your tent (personal or shared if you come with friends), we provide you with a separate space to consume your food that also serves as a kitchen.

    What will I eat along the way?

    When you confirm your participation in this adventure, we will contact you to explain us about your food preferences, so we will provide the necessary supplies for the entire trekking; all food is fresh, it is prepared in the same camps, and in places where there is a population we always prefer to consume local products.
    Please note that when you are in the cities of Lima and Cusco the food will be on your own, we do this so that you can explore the flavors of your preference, in fact, you will always have the advice and recommendation of your tour leader.

    Do I need to set up my own tent?

    No, we provide you with camping equipment such as mattress, sleeping bag, tent; you won’t even have to worry about setting up your tent, everything will be ready for you when you arrive at each of your campsites.
    If you bring a personal tent, you can also use it, we will take care of the transportation.

    Can you provide more services that are not included in this tour?

    Yes, but it will be important that you coordinate it previously with one of our travel agents, preferably before hiring the tour to configure your trip in the best way.

    I have more questions, who can answer them?

    If you have any further questions about anything associated with this tour, please do not hesitate to call or email us at info@madeinmountain.com.
    Rest assured that we will get back to you or call you if you wish as soon as possible.

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