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Salkantay 5-Day Trekking Tour from Cusco
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7-Day Cusco Adventure Trekking Salkantay
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The Apu Salkantay is a snow covered mountain , considered a God for communities. He is caring their crops , their children and provides water that is synonymous with life.
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Cusco 08002, Peru
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Reviewed 13 May 2017

My boyfriend and I have just finished the Salkantay Trek and it was absolutely amazing (just like many other reviews have mentioned: incredible mountain ranges, beautiful lakes and of course Machu Picchu at the end). Before we arrived to Cusco we thought about booking the...More

2  Thank Hana L
Reviewed 30 April 2017

This was such beautiful Journey, I love Peru. I havent walked the Incan trek but i cant imagine it being better then this. Go on the salkantay trek, i had great weather last week of june, only a little rain. I will trek Cordillera Blanca...More

Thank Zach Z
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

Our group of 4 (60 somethings) just did the trek over the Salkantay Pass with MLP. Felipe in their Cusco office was a gem.....they took care or hotels in Lima, Cusco, and at Machu Picchu, all of which were wonderful. They assisted in setting up...More

Thank Topsailpinky
Reviewed 12 April 2017

I did the Salkantay Trek this January (5 days – 4 nights). The weather was sometimes really bad but luckily the group was great including the 2 awesome guides (André and Raul). The guids provided a lot of interesting information about the nature in Peru...More

Thank martinschmocker
Reviewed 10 April 2017

I went to Salkantay Trail right a day after my Inka trail. It was a great experience and totally a different landscape. I traveled in a group of 12 with Machu Picchu Reservation company and enjoyed dealing with David the owner. very friendly and accommodating....More

Thank nazgoudarzi
Reviewed 7 April 2017

I wanted to do the hike because I wanted to escape the crowded Cusco. However, this hike is full of agency groups which let donkeys carry their stuff. Therefore the really stunning nature cannot be enjoyed in silence and you should constantly watch out for...More

1  Thank Robin K
Reviewed 26 February 2017

Nothing compares - even in the rainy season. Had a great family trip and avoided ALL the crowds - felt like an Inca King. Physically fabulous exercise, and culturally stunning. JUST DO IT!!!

1  Thank Craig M
Reviewed 16 January 2017

There is no shortage of scenery or dramatic views. Your heart rate will climb as you ascend toward the heavens. There is a time for everyone to be at a specific place and mine was met on the Salkantay Trek.

2  Thank Nate K
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Was surprised that facilities for bathrooms and camping were much better than on the Inca trail. Did the 5 day hike.

1  Thank godofthearmadillos
Reviewed 31 December 2016

I went on a three day trek over Salkantay Pass with Haku Expeditions in Cusco. The views were incredible and being a fairly fit hiker I thought it was an easy-moderate trek. Hiking to the glacial lake from Soraypampa is an absolute must. Haku Expeditions...More

Thank Rys M
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georgeli
Hi, May I ask which company you did the hike with ? We want to do it mid/3rd week of April 17. Many thanks and if you have any other advice they will be most welcome. Cheers George
8 January 2017|
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Response from godofthearmadillos | Reviewed this property |
Karikuy---All aspects of the trip were very good. Only problem was guide hitting on my woman friend. Offered her a private massage and gave her his cell number in Cuzco in case she got bored with me. Did not learn that until... More
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georgeli
Emmy, my wife and I from Melbourne are thinking about trecking the Matchu Pitchu in April 2017. May I ask why you did it in October and why not the classic Inca trail ? and did you spend much time to acclimatise in Cusco.. Can you also share any other advise ... our plan is to fly to Santiago then El Calafate (Patagonia), Buenos Aires, Julianca (Lake Tticaca), Lima then Cusco ... What do you think.. hoping that the stay in LIMA and couple of days in Cosco before the trek will help us acclimatise and minimise the altitude sickness.... Many Thanks , George Li
20 November 2016|
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Response from Tommy B | Reviewed this property |
Gooday mate! We did it in October because we're doing a tour of SA and that just happened to be the time we went through Cusco. We did Salkantay over Inca because you have to book that months in advance and we didn't (also... More
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Esther R
My husband and I would love to to the self guided option of the Salkantay Trail staying a local houses. I'd be VERY grateful if anyone could let me have the name of the company/ies that do this - and any advice on this. We are experienced trekkers. best wishes Esther
2 July 2016|
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Response from Nicke153 | Reviewed this property |
I did the Salkantay trail in May with Valencia travel guides. There were many self guided trekkers on the trail hiking to machu picchu. You will encounter many farms and small villages along the way that will let you camp on... More
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