The UNESCO World Heritage Site Machu Picchu is probably the most famous landmark of Peru! Its name means "Old Peak" in the native language of Peru, Quechua. In 2007 Machu Picchu was named one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.
Embarking on original paths used by the Inca, the Inca Trail leads from the ancient city of Cusco to the great Machu Picchu. It is the most popular trek of South-America, a hike through the beautiful Andes that links many cultural sites on its way to the "Lost City of the Inca".
The Salkantay Trek leads through remote regions of the Andes in the same area of the Inca Trail. Hikers will enjoy spectacular views of snow-capped peaks, wander through the cloud forest in lower altitudes and of course visit the great Machu Picchu at the end of the trek!.
The Inca Jungle Trek is the perfect alternative to the Inca Trail that offers
adventurers to spice up their trek to Machu Picchu. This trek has it all: mountain biking, trekking, swimming passing through the Andean mountains as
well as the cloud forest you reach the great Machu Picchu on day four.