Five days and 4 nights to Machu Picchu – One of our best and most rigorous treks!
See the 6 Biggest Attractions in the Cusco Region all in one hike!
This hike is an amazing option for anyone who wants to see it all – Rainbow Mountain, Machu Picchu, the Inca Trail, Ausangate, and the Red Valley. From a challenging, high-altitude hike that includes incredible scenery over three mountain passes to the cloudy forest and ruins on the famous Inca Trail – this one shouldn’t be missed!
Cycle through striking high-Andes landscapes in southern Cusco.
Choquequirao – Machu Picchu’s big sister – is waiting for you! Very few people on Earth have made the journey to this incredible place. There are no trains or buses here so you have to travel by foot.
This hike is an amazing option for anyone who wants to see the Cordillera Blanca in its whole glory. This is a challenging, high-altitude hike that includes incredible scenery over many mountain passes – this one shouldn’t be missed!
This fantastic 3 day/2 night trek enables you to hike from Cusco all the way across to the Sacred Valley.
This 8 day/7 night full-service itinerary includes the best of Cusco and the Sacred Valley with no camping required.
First Step Expeditions arranged everything for us from airport pick up to tours to airport drop off. They did an incredible job! The trip was seamless due to their arrangements. We toured Lima and then went to Inca sites and the salt mines in Cusco. We ended the trip with a day trip to hike Rainbow Mountain. Everything was incredible.
JENNY G., via tripadvisor
I traveled with my sister and some friends to Cusco in order to do the Inca Trail. First Step Expeditions made the process very easy with their great customer service and amazing staff! The trek itself is somewhat challenging (especially if you are not used to the altitude); just remember to stop and look around at the incredible views and you will be fine! The food prepared for us on the trek was delicious and if you have any specific diet or food restrictions, they accommodate that as well.
Marie G., via tripadvisor