Sore legs but max fun!
Great trip! We were a group of 8 people doing the Salkantay trail (The Inca trail is not for lazy people). We had our guide Lizandro, a horseman, a chef and assistant chef with us on our epic trip.
Lizandro is a great guide. He is very patient and funny. The chefs are amazing. They cooked some peruvian specialties ... Continue Reading
I don't know where to start to describe this awesomeness. We got Lizandro as our tour guide. He's really amazing and a really funny guy. He's really adaptable to our plans and schedule. He's also patient and always stay with our pace. If you want to experience the best time on the trail, I highly recommend Lizandro.
The trail ... Continue Reading
Let’s go faster!
Visiting Machu Picchu has always been one of the items on my bucket list. This trip has been amazing! The company is extremely organized - the chef cooked great food every night, the tents were comfortable and camps on the way were also good.
The Salkantay trail is a challenging hike, but it is definitely a trip worth taking. ... Continue Reading
My A$$ Got Kicked
The Salkantay Trek was really tough but super rewarding and AMAZING. This has definitely been one of the best experiences of my life. I've always been afraid of heights and this helped me push myself more than ever before.
The views were super varied and breath taking - we got to climb through landslides and across rivers! I ... Continue Reading
A wonderfully challenging adventure. My head aches, my stomach is upset, and everything else is sore and dirty, but my spirit is high.The altitude sickness and exhaustion were but a slight damper on an unforgettable experience.
We saw pristine glacial lakes, marched with horses across high rugged plains strewn with ancient boulders, saw the snow capped peak of Umantay ... Continue Reading
Fast short and painful
We had an amazing walk and a fun time with our guide and our company. I really enjoyed the summit day and the fourth day where we hiked up to see Machu Picchu from across the way.
The food was great and the assistance from our horsemen and cooks was excellent. I would recommend this tour to many ... Continue Reading
We spent 4 days trekking from the Salkantay to the Machu Picchu. It was quiet challenging for me. We were a small group 7 persons, so it was ok. The organization was nice but we were not always well informed (especially during the briefing).
The food was excellent (thank you very much Raoul & his assistant). Marco is ... Continue Reading
It was very difficult for me but I was lucky to climb on a horse . I find the rhythm too quick and difficult to look at the landscape and I took few photos.I think this trekking. it seems to me very poor and in our actual mentality ,but it' s not my way of thinking .
Many things ... Continue Reading
Note from the president
I had a good experience with Inca trail reservations. I had plenty of contact before the trip to make sure my questions were answered. The campsites were well kept and had all the necessities for the trek. Equipment like tent and sleeping bags were good quality. The food was excellent.
Our guide was very knowledgable about the history, ... Continue Reading
Coca tea all day, everyday
Though there are a number of different treks that arrive at Machu Picchu, options for a relatively rugged experience are limited. This particular trek was the best of both worlds - breakfast, lunch, and dinner all exceeded expectations whilst the trek itself was more challenging than you might imagine.
Ramiro is a highly capable guide and the supporting staff ... Continue Reading
Fun time with Ramirito
What can I say about my Salkantay adventure with Ramirito, Raul and Daniel ? They are the best. They are some crazy beast mode Peruvian backpackers. They made the trip enjoyable despite the crazy elevation gain on the second day. My hat is off to them.
I would also like to say thanks to all the horses that helped ... Continue Reading
Raul is a sexy oso
The trip was run by excellent staff who were knowledgeable about local flora and fauna as well as local history. Ramiro was a great guide. He was friendly with a good sense of humor. He out the focus on our experience while maintaining flexible and positive.
Raul was an excellent chef whom I would hire myself if I had ... Continue Reading
My trek with our guide Ramiro and the gang was a great experience. Ramiro's explanations, commentary, and jokes made it easy for us to quickly feel comfortable around each other. He also had the best recommendations for us for small things like when to take the bus up to Machu Picchu, go to the hot springs, etc.
Our other ... Continue Reading
A trek on the wild side
OMG. This is not a trek for the weak hearted ! It is quite beautiful and I enjoyed myself thoroughly, but I was not prepared for how much physical and mental strength I needed to commit to completing this trek. Of course, this was my first trek of any kind, and at high altitude I think that added another variable, ... Continue Reading
Perry perusing Peru
I just finished the five day, four night Salkantay trip and it was fantastic and exhausting. The first two days were a lot of walking and I'm very sore, but Ramiro our tour guide, Raul, our cook, and Daniel, our horseman took care of us.
There was excellent food, good times all around, and we were kept safe from ... Continue Reading