Choquequirao Tours

Also known as the other Machu Picchu, Choquequirao is one of the least visited archaeological centers in Cusco and Peru due to the complexity of its route. However, it is a feat that more than one would like to carry out since it is very well rewarded when they manage to reach its historic precincts.

The ancient site of Choquequirao, which translates as the Cradle of Gold, remote and spectacular and framed by Andean peaks, has undoubtedly become a favorite with adventure lovers for the challenge of achieving it and for history.

We show you some of the most important tours of Choquequirao trek. Book now!

Choquequirao hike 4 days
The Choquequirao 4 days trek offers stunning views of the Andean mountains, deep river canyons, and diverse ecosystems. Trekkers also have the opportunity to learn about the Inca culture and history and witness local rural life in the Peruvian highlands.
Choquequirao Trek 5D/4N
Choquequirao Trek takes you off the beaten path, far from the crowded places. This trip doesn’t take you to Machu Picchu. Instead, you’ll hike to another lost Inca Citadel. This spectacular archaeological site was hidden in the mountain for centuries and was recently uncovered. During the Choquequirao Trek, you may see less than a dozen travelers, making this place a truly unique and quiet retreat.
Discover the two major Inca cities on this epic 6-day Choquequirao Trek to Machu Picchu. This challenging trail is lesser known but offers killer views across the staggering pathways of the Apurimac Canyon to reach the "Cradle of Gold" - Choquequirao. Perfect for those who want to level up their knowledge of the Inca Culture.Throughout the journey, expect to pass several Andean natural wonders, from the roaring Apurimac River to exhuberating flora and fauna. You will camp in secluded locations…
Embark on the ultimate 7-day Trek from Choquequirao to Machu Picchu. This trail connects these two iconic Inca sites and promises an exciting journey starting from the remote ruins of Choquequirao, nested high in the Andes, and ending at the legendary World Wonder of Machu Picchu. This trek is a solid challenge covering about 65 kilometers, but the rewards are well worth it. Throughout the trip, you'll get jaw-dropping canyon views, ancient history, and a Cloud Forest spectacle that's…