Early departure from Cusco by bus, passing through Izcuchaca town and Limatambo (Ruin of Tarawasi), Kunyac Bridge. We take a break to visit Saywite rock. After ascending to the Cachora pass, we will camp in Pedro de Cachora.
Early departure to La Colmena, next to the Chacamayo River, that also flows by Cachora. Next we drive through the Pucaira prairies in the Apurimac Canyon. After Chanchaillu (a complex of fountains), we ascend to Wayna Qalli, a vantage-point from where we can observe the archaeological complex of Chokequirao, and also an impressive view of the Vilcabamba snowed capped mountain. As we descend toward Cuca Másana, the flora and faúna begins to change due to the warmer climate. Finally, we arrive to Rosalina's beach, our campsite.
Wake up early because today we have a hard and tedious trek coming. A steep ascent takes us along Cusco's side of the mountain ridge, near Maranpata. We will be able to appreciate colorful orchids and fragrant violets, and, also deers, anteater bears, an ample variety of birds. After resting in Maranpata, we continue to Raqaypata. There, we will camp on the banks of the Chunchullmayu river.
After a one-hour trek from our campsite we will reach Choqueqirao's archeological complex. There, we will have a guided visit and time to visit the eight sectors of this complex at our leisure. Here we will be able to visit Qolqas, granaries, a Sun Altar, terraces, and the remains of a large Inka town. We back to our campsite
Our last day of trekking. We will visit the canyon formed by the Apurimac River. This time, however, we will take a new trail, that crosses the throat of the canyon. From Wayna Qolly, near the canyon, we will enjoy what is considered the most spectacular view in South America. At Cachora our bus will drive us back to Cusco.