Inca Trail Girls vs The Wilderness
The inca trail is a cruel and beautiful mistress. The Andes are a wonderful and majestic place, but the trail is harsh, tough and very difficult.
We are not hikers and this is not a stroll in the woods. This trail is hard and mental tough. What got us through this was our amazing guide, Americano and the porters ... Continue Reading
Survived the Inca Trail
Doing the inca trail was the hardest thing I have ever done, and I am so proud to have completed it.
The guide, cook, and porters were amazing and allowed me to complete the trail. I could not have done it without them! They were patient and positive, which is exactly what I needed to survive the inca trail! ... Continue Reading
We actually did it!
I just completed the Inka trail. It was tough! Our guide, Americano, was amazing. My travel mates and I are not experienced hikers but we made it.
He was very patient and because of that, and our own mental toughness, we made it through. This is the hardest thing I have ever done but it definitely showed me how ... Continue Reading
It was great !!!
Very funny group , very good cook !!!.
Good guide and lot of fun , trek of live days, easy start on the first day, fucking hard second day ( 260 km, 700 m up, 1'600 k down, from -6 C to + 25 C in one day), but very great emotions on the top on 4'600 m ... Continue Reading
Once upon a time
Once upon a time there was a place in Peru where a bunch of 7 people who did not know each other and spent 5 wonderful days together walking together, knowing each other and
joking in the middle of amazing mountains, stunning glaciers and wonderful nature .
They shared suggestons, help and jokes eating a lot ... Continue Reading
Tired with a good reason
the beginning was tough and I even thought I would not make it but Pachamama and the wonderful peaks around us pushed me to the top.
The last 3 days were more relaxing walking up and down, taking a bath at the hot springs and sharing good moments with the trekking mates. Food has been delicious and abundant ... Continue Reading
What does not kill you makes you stronger and happy
The trip has been amazing and I really loved the hiking. I did not think It was going to be that cold but that was fine.
The hole crew has been very nice and I was very surprised over the good food. The hot springs was one of the best things about the tour. The hiking was fun but ... Continue Reading
What does not kill you makes you stronger and happier
We had a fantastic time on the Salkantay trail with our guide, Carlos, and the other guests in our group.The challenge of the altitude and the steep climbs and descents were excellent for me.
The food and hospitality provided were excellent, and Carlos managed to create a real family feeling in our group, and together we overcame small and ... Continue Reading
The Crazy group trekking trip
I am very please with the Machu Picchu trekking trip. I really enjoyed all the different days, but my favorite out of all the 5 must have been day number 2. It was a real accomplishment to go to the top of Salkantay Mountain.
The cook made excellent food and I loved how the chefs assistent came and ... Continue Reading
Little Bear in the Woods
It started with an early morning in Cusco, and from then on everything was organized perfectly and every plan executed.
We had a diverse group, both in age and nationality but we were able to quickly bond and pool our resources and knowledge to cover any little problem that arose over the journey.
There were ... Continue Reading
Long bloody walk
the Salkantay trek by Inca tail reservations is honestly a once in a life time experience. The guide (Carlos) is amazing.
He is very knowledgeable about everything that a tourist needs to know. He explains about all the flora, fauna and also all about the history. He is also The food on the trek is also extremely good, ... Continue Reading
Insanely awesome trek!
The Salkantay trek was one of the most wonderful experiences I've ever had, and I will surely recommend this walk to my friends and family. As a Peruvian-Australian I hadn't had a chance to get to know my native homeland, Peru, and this was a great way to exercise, get to know the culture and meet some new people.
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A trek to remember
This trek was as much and more than anything I expected.The trek was very well organized right from the beginning when our guide Carlos met with the group the day before it started and gave great information on what was needed to to begin the journey.
The trek began with the weather gods smiling on us and the weather ... Continue Reading
Inka flat is not FLAT
the scenery was amazing! Salkantay Mountain is incredible! Day one was great getting used to hiking! The night was extremely cold .
Day 2 was very tough in the morning walking to the Salkantay pass! Salkantay lake is amazing, the colour was incredible! The afternoon was tough on our joints constantly walking down hill. The camp was great. Day ... Continue Reading
Too epic for words
Trying to write a decent description of the last 5 days is about as difficult as the hike we just did for the last 5 days. It was epic, to say the least. Day one we were picked up in freezing cold Cuzco at 530am by a surprisingly energetic Carlos; our guide who we'd know to come and love over ... Continue Reading