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We are a unique company, dedicated to our mission, and respectful of our values. We are proud of our country and we are eager to share our passion for Peru with our clients.
We work with an excellent associate to local and international specialists, as well as offer trips to Machu Picchu, treks like Inca Trail, Ausangate and Salkantay, and tours of Cusco City.
Encanto Machu Picchu offers the most adventurous of travelers the opportunity to experience the diversity of Cusco’s landscape and cultural heritage through a wide range of adrenaline-pumping activities.
Whether it be sailing across ziplines through jungle canopies, biking down Andean mountain roads, or hiking up breathtaking trails with unparalled views, there is something for every type of thrill seeker.
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Peru is located in central and western South America. It has an area of 1’285.215 Km², and a population of 29 million. Peru is the 19th largest country in the world and is bordered on the north by Ecuador, on the south by Chile and Bolivia, on the east by Colombia and Brazil and on the west by the Pacific Ocean.
Peru offers you experiences on the coast, in the mountains – the Andes Mountains – and in the Amazon jungle.
District of the province of Urubamba, in the department of Cusco, located in the high jungle area of the south, at 2,300 m.a.s.l. and 112 km from the city of Cusco. Its resident population is 3,600 inhabitants and daily about 2,500 tourists as a floating population. Machu Picchu Pueblo is a must to visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu which is located 1.6 kilometers high on a mountain and can beRead More
INCA TRAIL: The trekking and camping route with 43 km of route, is the most famous route in Peru and possibly one of the most spectacular in America, is part of the 23,000 km of roads built by the Incas in South America. The longest Inca Trail, or Inca Trail, begins in Piscacucho at kilometer 82 of the Cusco to Machu Picchu railway line. It crosses different ecosystems, colossal archaeological sitRead More
Natural and archaeological protected area, declared Natural and Cultural Heritage of Humanity (UNESCO - 1983). The sanctuary covers an area of 32,592 hectares and was created in 1981 to protect archaeological sites and endangered species of fauna. It has a great landscape beauty and a rich variety of fauna and flora that exist in the diversity of ecological floors ranging from 1,800 to 3,800 meterRead More
The Inca city of Machu Picchu is located at an altitude of 2,430 meters in a place of great beauty, in the middle of a tropical mountain forest, Machu Picchu was probably the most amazing architectural achievement of the Inca Empire at its height. Its walls, terraces and gigantic ramps give the impression of having been carved into the rock as if they were part of it. Machu Picchu is a place fuRead More
What is the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu? The Inca Trail is a stone route built by the Incas more than 500 years ago to unite their peoples scattered throughout the Tawantisuyo Empire ("Empire of the Incas"). This section is a set of protected archaeological sites that goes from km 82 to Machu Picchu. The Inca Trail is located in the middle of the Andes and is not accessible by car or aRead More
Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
The Inca Trail (also called the Inca Trail or Inca Trail) is one of the most important hiking trails in South America. This is influenced by its original Inca architecture, the archaeological remains along the route and the natural mixture of jungle and cloud forest of the route. It is also the most spectacular way to reach the Inca Sanctuary of Machupicchu.
The best time to make routes in this part of Peru is from May to December, the dry season. Especially between June and August, as shown in the picture on the right. The period from January to March should be avoided at all costs, as it is quite rainy: not only is it unpleasant to walk on a path that becomes a slippery muddy, it also increases the danger of landslides or falling stones.
During the day it is usually sunny with an average temperature of around 23°C and at night it can reach values close to 0°C.
During the walk, it is dry in the first two days and wet in the third and fourth. And during the night the first two camps are usually cold, but the third camp is mild.