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TreXperience “Tour Operador 100% Peruano”.

Mi nombre es Coronel; Soy cofundador y guía turístico de TreXperience. Somos un operador turístico local aquí en Cusco, y comencé esta empresa junto con Priscila Coronel en 2017 como operador oficial del Camino Inca con licencia.

Aunque somos una empresa relativamente joven, trabajo en turismo desde 2004 mientras estudiaba en la Universidad de Cusco. Primero seguí a mi padre como porteador en el Camino Inca, luego, me convertí en chef rápidamente ya que fui muy proactivo en todo y eventualmente me convertí en un guía turístico de primer nivel después de terminar mis estudios, durante unos años trabajé en el extranjero en EE. UU. Y Australia en hospitalidad y administración, y eso me ayudó a mejorar mis habilidades lingüísticas, el servicio al cliente y una mejor visión de las necesidades de los huéspedes cuando viajan.

Trabajé como Guía Turístico durante varios años en las caminatas más famosas a Machu Picchu y para las Compañías de turismo más reconocidas: Algunos solo estaban preocupados por su propio beneficio, los porteadores no eran tratados en consecuencia, esto me inspiró a comenzar mi propia empresa de viajes y para no cometer los mismos errores que he visto a lo largo de los años.

Comencé TreXperience para poder ofrecer algo diferente a otros operadores turísticos. Queríamos crear caminatas más significativas para promover una conexión más fuerte con la naturaleza. También queríamos ayudar a los huéspedes a experimentar la auténtica cultura y religión andina y, por supuesto, disfrutar de lo mejor de la cocina peruana.

En TreXperience, nos preocupamos mucho por la conservación del medio ambiente y por ayudar a nuestra comunidad. Organizamos campañas de limpieza y actividades de reforestación. También construimos una biblioteca donde proporcionamos computadoras con Internet, libros escolares y otros materiales para niños locales. Creemos en apoyar el desarrollo de nuestro país a través de la educación y el turismo sostenible.

Ofrecemos varias caminatas a Machu Picchu, como el Camino Inca, la caminata Salkantay, la caminata Lares e incluso una versión más corta de 2 días del Camino Inca. Todos los miembros de nuestra familia Trexperience vienen de Cusco o del Valle Sagrado para tener una experiencia local y auténtica.

“Empresa 100% Peruana” es un término muy sobrevalorado ya que todas las empresas utilizarán este lema para comercializarse. Sin embargo, la mayoría de las empresas cusqueñas no son lo que dicen ser, algunas de ellas son mitad propiedad de los EE. UU., Canadá, Europa, lo cual está totalmente bien, y son excelentes para los operadores turísticos. Pero no deben usar el lema de “empresa 100% peruana”. Menciono esto porque creo en la ética y el profesionalismo de todas las empresas y propietarios.

Podría haberme asociado con alguien de los EE. UU., Reino Unido, Canadá o cualquier otro país de habla inglesa como lo hacen la mayoría de las compañías de viajes en Cusco, lo que hubiera hecho que fuera tan fácil, por ejemplo, escribir páginas como esta en perfecto Inglés.

Decidí romper el hielo y demostrar que para crear una gran empresa, para ganar popularidad, no necesitas encontrar un socio extranjero que te ayude con el marketing, económicamente y con las traducciones. En cambio, debe amar su trabajo, preocuparse por sus clientes y conocer muy bien las necesidades de su personal.

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Once you have your first guest, you need to provide the best experiences for them since they will be the ones to spread the word of your great service. For TreXperience, every new guest we have traveling with us is always our first guest.

Who are we?

We organize Group toursPrivate toursLuxury toursTours by train, all of them in a unique way. We organize all the classic tours to Machu Picchu from trekking tours, tours by train, and city tours. We say unique because we literally mean that. We are the only company that provides Pachamanca demonstrations on our tours, provides Panoramic trains to Machu Picchu, and top quality camping equipment for a better experience. You will experience the traditions of our country like a local.

Coronel and Priscila own TreXperience, born in a Quechua village in Cusco.

Juan Coronel

I was born in the village of Cachiccata, Cusco Region – Peru. I studied tourism at the University of Cusco. As a tour guide, I have taken hundreds of groups to Machu Picchu. I know every inch of the most famous treks to Machu Picchu. Since I started working from the very bottom and make my way to be a Tour Guide, I know the needs of every level of operations, and I know what is needed to run a wonderful trip to Machu Picchu.

I am in charge of the whole operation in TreXperience, and from time to time, I will be out doing what I love the most, guide you to Machu Picchu. I learned that the secret to being a great leader is not to boss around but to know every step of the job, understand your staff needs, and work together with your team to provide a wonderful experience.

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Priscila Coronel
Many people ask me how I started TreXperience. In the last 10 years, I have been hiking Cusco’s mountains, laughing with my coworkers, and stealing a smile from my guests even in the harshest weather conditions. The answer is Priscila. She has been the perfect partner to start TreXperience.

Priscila was also born in Cachiccata, Ollantaytambo District, Cusco Region – Peru since it is my little sister. She just graduated as an elementary school professor, loves working for children, passionate about teaching others, yoga instructor, and an enormous love for nature.

She is in charge of all our porter’s training, environmental policy, social projects. You will often see her with our group tours when visiting local schools, teaching people how to connect better with nature, and offering yoga sessions to relax out in the mountains.

TreXperience Goals

Our main goal is to provide unforgettable journeys to all our guests, and this will bring challenges, and we must find ways to keep improving our company.

TreXperience will always:

  • Offer Unique trekking experiences to Machu Picchu.
  • Sustainable travels to reduce the negative impacting nature and village
  • Provide the best equipment, food, and local experience
  • Include in our team the best tour guides, chefs, porters
  • Be pioneers always in proving a better workplace condition to Porters.
  • Support the local communities by including them in a sustainable business
  • Recycle, collect trash on the trails to keep the house clean
  • Reduce to a minimum the risk of accidents on the tours.

Commitment to Excellence

TreXperience Values

To provide you unforgettable vacations in Peru we always.

  • We treat all guests and staff as a family, welcoming them to the TreXperience family.
  • We always share a smile, call by name, engage with our guests and the local communities.
  • The safety and security of all our guests and staff is the number one priority.
  • We involve highly trained local staff (guides, cooks, porters, drivers)
  • We aim to create unforgettable experiences combining nature, culture, trekking, food, and lots of fun in all our tours.
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TreXperience Porter’s welfare.

Collectively our team has a wealth of experience of working in the tourism industry. Therefore, we understand that to ensure 100% guest satisfaction, it is essential to take good care of your staff, who will, in turn, take good care of your customers. We will provide you with the best tour guides and chefs during your hike, but the porters are often forgotten.

Porters are the backbone of this business, and for so many years, we have been fighting for better treatment and better working conditions. This is a personal battle since I – the founder of TreXperience – started as a porter, and my father was a porter before me. Working as a porter on the Inca Trail helped me study, travel around the world, and start my own company.

Therefore, TreXperience pledges several commitments to our porters:

Inca Trail Porters – Our heroes getting a little help from the guests
  • We provide a homestay in Cusco for porters that travel from far away, leaving their families behind to earn extra income.
  • We provide all meals; breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This is the least we can do given their tireless work and contribution to our company.
  • To provide all porters with proper, high-quality equipment, including warm jackets, t-shirts, hiking boots, pants, back support, comfortable backpacks, sleeping bags, sleeping pads. We also provide insurance to cover accidents.
  • We always make an effort to work with the poorest communities in which individuals have the greatest need for a job or extra income. These include Lares, Ocongate, and Paucartambo. These are farming communities, and the opportunity to work as a porter allows families to offer a better future for their children by putting them through education.
  • We employ close to 250 permanent porters, and during high season, this number will increase.
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