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The Lares Trek and Classic Inca Trail departs every day from March to January. We recommend going on this trek from April to October, because of the dry season. The Inca Trail has a strict limit on how many people there can be on the road (500). 300 of them are guides, porters and chefs, the rest are hikers. Therefore we will recommend you to book…
If you are looking for a trekking experience going through the rural areas of Peru, seeing the local people in their daily lives, well-known for their weaving tradition, join us on the Lares Trek! The Lares trek with the Mountain Lodge experience is a great mix of adventure and comfort!
The #Lares trek is becoming one of the more popular treks close to Cusco since it goes through an area almost unchanged for the last 500 years where you can see local families working on their farms, dressed in their traditional brightly colored clothing and speaking Quechua.
The Lares trek is becoming one of the more popular treks close to Cusco since it goes through an area almost unchanged for the last 500 years where you can see local families working on their farms, dressed in their traditional brightly colored clothing and speaking Quechua.
The Lares Trek adventure will take you through natural hot springs, native villages, amazing campsites, mountain ranges and some of the most beautiful landscapes Peru can offer, before arriving to the “Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu. On the way you’ll also briefly see the Inca city of Ollantaytambo.
When you come into Lima, we’ll take you to Cusco where we’ll travel through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, visiting places like the Pisac Market and the Inca town of Ollantaytambo. Afterwards we’ll go on the Lares trek, a great alternative to the Inca Trail, before visiting Machu Picchu.
Visit the major sites in Cusco left behind by the Incas like Sacsayhuaman and Koricancha on our City Tour. Then hike the Lares trek which will give you a chance to enjoy nature and see the local people who haven’t changed their lifestyles from the time of the Inca Empire!