Peru: Lima, Santa Cruz trek, Inca Trail, Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon Cross of the Condor in Chivay, Line Nazca, Lima

Peru – discover its secrets with us

Peru is a country that impresses with both majestic landscapes and an unusual, mysterious history. At every step, we encounter traces of the fascinating Inca civilization from the 13th century BC and the spirit of ancient times is felt. The impressive buildings that the Incas erected on the steep slopes of the Andes made this ancient people famous, and Machu Picchu was proclaimed one of the 7 Wonders of the World.

Peru is also the most beautiful mountains in the Western Hemisphere. The Andes are the longest mountain range in the world. The part of the Andes that is in Peru is the Cordillera Blanca. During the Santa Cruz trek, we will admire the majestic peaks – the highest Huascarán (6768 m), the most beautiful Alpamayo and the most “image” Artesonraju known from the top Paramount Pictures. This trekking is undoubtedly a showcase of Peru.

And what else awaits us during a magical trip to Peru – straight to the heart of the Andes?

Inca Footsteps

In addition to the unique trekking, which attracts lovers of mountain hiking from around the world, we will also see a number of other attractions of Peru that will seduce our hearts.

A trip to Peru means wonderful nature, friendly inhabitants and the authenticity of culture and tradition will accompany us from Huaraz, where we will start our Andean adventure, through Lima, to Arequipa and Puno, from where you can even see the Bolivian border.

We will feel the atmosphere of Cuzco walking through its narrow, stone streets, and tasting delicious cuisine and the taste of pisco sour will be remembered for a long time.

We will visit the city and its surrounding attractions. From here we will set off for another trekking to discover numerous Inca structures on the trail, which will lead us to the lost city of Machu Picchu. Ancient ruins against the background of the mountains, at the foot of which the Urubamba River meanders, is a sight that will make our dreams come true.

A trip to Peru – a wealth of impressions

In addition to conquering high passes, during our trip we will experience the feeling of stepping on a floating island in Lake Titicaca and let ourselves be carried away by the current of the river while rafting on the Rio Chili River. Walking over the abyss of the Colca Canyon, we will feel the dignity of the condor, and llamas and vicuñas will pose for photos.

We will visit the historic city of Arequipa, where its colonial buildings made of white volcanic rock are impressive, and the perfect cone of the El Misti volcano rises above the city. Delicious food and the atmosphere of local restaurants will make your stay here too short.

On the way to Lima, there will also be a moment of reflection over the giant geoglyphs carved in Nazca. A walk through the streets of the capital will end our Peruvian adventure.

What we can promise you is that your trip to Peru will be one you will remember for the rest of your life!

Difficulty Condition

Travel Program

Arrive in Peru in the evening. Overnight in Lima.

Transfer by bus to Huaraz (8 hours). A walk around the city. Overnight stay at a hotel.

We will spend the day acclimatizing. Possibility of optional excursions in the area of ​​Huaraz (3100 m). Overnight stay at a hotel.

1 day of trekking : Huaraz – Cashapampa (2,850 m) – Llamacorral (3,750 m)

Early morning drive (approx. 2.5 hours) from Huaraz to Cashapampa village. Here, the luggage will be loaded onto the mules and we start trekking in the Huascaran National Park. On the first day we have about 5 hours of walking to the Llamacorral camp.

2nd day of trekking: Llamacorral – Taullipampa (4 200m)

Waking up with a hot cup of tea to the tent. After breakfast, we move through the beautiful valley towards the next camp. We walk along the river and the lake, and along the way the magnificent peaks of Santa Cruz, Quitaraju and Artesonraju are revealed. We will also go off the main trail to admire the snow-covered Alpamayo up close. The walking time for this day is about 7 hours.

Trekking day 3: Taullipampa – Punta Unión Pass (4750 m) – Cachinapampa (3700 m)

After breakfast, we climb for about 3 hours to the highest point of the trek, Punta Unión. From the pass we will admire vast panoramas – the Santa Cruz valley to the west and the Huaripampa valley to the east. It used to be an important route connecting the eastern Andes with the main valley. The descent to the Cachinapampa camp will take us about 5 hours. And on the way we will pass an interesting kenual forest (Quenuales).

Trekking day 4: Cachinapampa – Vaqueria (3900 m)

On the last day we will pass through the village of Huaripampa, where the locals greet us with joyful “Buenos Dias!” and “Hola,¿qué tal?”. The road to Vaqueria will take us about 3 hours. From here we will return to Huaraz by bus. We still have a drive through the Portachuelo Pass (4767 m) and along the beautiful lakes of Llanganuco (5h). In Huaraz, it’s time to relax and shop – we recommend products made of alpaca wool

Return by bus to Lima (8-9 hours). Overnight stay at a hotel.

Flight from Lima to Cuzco. Afternoon sightseeing of Cuzco and the surrounding area, incl. the imposing walls of Sacsayhuaman Fortress. In the city center we will look at Plaza de Armas, and then we will go to

Cusco – Km 82 – Miskay – Huayllabamba (3000 m)

Drive (approx. 2 hours) from Cuzco to the KM82 checkpoint. Here, documents and permits are checked (only 500 people can enter the route per day) and we start trekking. A slight ascent along the Urubamba River diversifies the view of the snow-capped Mount Veronica. For lunch we will stop in the village of Miskay from where you can also admire the archaeological complex of Llactapata.

We continue to the hamlet of Huayllabamba, where we will stay at the camp. We spend the night in tents. The length of the route on this day is 12 km, and the walking time is about 6 hours.

Huayllabamba (3,000 m) – Warmihuanusca (4,205 m) – Pacaymayo (3,590 m)

For many, this day is the most interesting and scenic. We will start with the approach to Ayapata, and then, along the Llullucha River, we will traverse the trail through the densely covered forest called “Tres Piedras”. A steep section with old Inca stairs leads us to the place of Llulluchapampa, and from here it is the last ascent to the Warmihuanuska Pass (Dead Woman Pass, 4205 m). This is the highest point on the Inka Trail, from which there are views of the beautiful snow-covered massif of Mount Veronica. After resting, we will descend into the valley to the Pacaymayo camp (3590 m). On this day we will cover about 9 km, and the walking time is 7 hours.

Pacaymayo – Runcuracay (3950 m) – Chaquicocha – Winiayhuayna (2650 m)

We leave the camp to climb the Runcuracay Pass, passing round ruins along the way and admiring the views of the neighboring mountains. The descent leads near Lake Qomercocha to the ruins of Sayaqmarka (3600m). The stone path leads among the varied vegetation typical of cloud forests (bromeliads, bamboo, orchids, ferns). We pass by the archaeological complexes of Konchamarka and Chaquicocha (3650 m), and further stone steps lead to a tunnel carved in the rock. A well-deserved stop awaits us at the Puyupata Pass (3660 m). To descend to today’s Wiñaywayna camp (2700 m) we will climb steep Inca stairs, and on the way we will visit the ruins of Phuyupatamarca (3600 m). Overnight in tents.

Trekking time is 7-8 hours, and we will cover about 13.5 km of the road.

Winiayhuayna (2650m) – Machu Picchu (2400m) – Aguas Calientes – Cuzco

After a very early breakfast (around 5:00 am) we set off towards the Gate of the Sun (Inti Punku, 2680 m). The crossing itself will take us about 2 hours. From here, in the first rays of the sun, we will see Machu Picchu. We will gently descend to the gates of the complex to complete the formalities, and then return to the main city. A guided tour of the archaeological complex will take us about 2 hours. There will also be free time.

ATTENTION: People who want to climb Huayna Picchu (steep path, secured with chains in some places) or Machu Picchu must report it well in advance (preferably at the time of booking) in order to purchase the appropriate tickets (additionally payable).

We will go down to the town of Aguas Calientes by bus, where there will be time for lunch (on your own). We will return to the town of Ollantaytambo by the famous railway, from where the bus will take us further to the hotel to Cuzco.

After returning from the Inca Trail, we have a full day to rest and recuperate in Cuzco. This is a perfect day for optional trips around the area, if you still feel unsatisfied (there are plenty of attractions in the area). You can also just walk around the city, drink a mate de coca in a local cafe and enjoy the atmosphere of the narrow stone streets.

Slightly tired from trekking, we will continue and visit the amazing church in the town of Andahuaylillas, called the Sistine Chapel of America. There is a small museum next door where you can see mummies with deformed skulls. Next, we will stop to see the archaeological complex of Raqchi and the La Raya Pass, where the watershed between the Atlantic basin and the landlocked area of ​​Lake Titicaca runs. The snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Vilcanota tower over it. In the evening, a walk through the colorful streets of Puno. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Today’s trip will start with a cruise on the highest navigable lake in the world – Lake Titicaca. We will visit the famous floating islands made entirely of reeds. We will get to know the customs of the Uros people and find out how reed islands stay on the surface of the water. For those willing, there will be an additional opportunity to sail in a traditional reed boat.

After returning to Puno we will have some time for lunch and a walk. Then we will drive from Puno to Chivay. The journey will take approximately 7 hours. On the way we will stop at the Lagunillas viewpoint. Depending on the time of arrival in Chivay, it will be possible to drive to La Calera and bathe in hot springs (optional). Overnight at a hotel on the outskirts of Chivay.

Early in the morning we will go to the Condor’s Cross viewpoint. While walking along the edge of the Colca Canyon, we will observe condors. On the way back to Chivay, we will stop at several viewpoints and interesting places. After lunch in Chivay, we will drive to Arequipa. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Rafting on the Rio Chili River. In the afternoon we have free time.

Arequipa is the second largest city in Peru. It is located on the shore of the volcanic Cordillera, with the perfect cone of the El Misti volcano in the background. The center is dominated by colonial buildings made of white volcanic rock, silar, the color of which gave Arequipa the nickname – White City. We will see the Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, the Jesuit Church, visit the unique monastery of St. Catherine. Optionally, you can also visit the Museum of Andean Sanctuaries, where Juanita’s mummy is kept. At the “mercado” we will taste delicious juices and other Peruvian specialties, and in the evening we recommend listening to Andean rhythms in a local restaurant. Night drive to Nazca.

Arrival in Nazca in the morning. It is here that the plateau is located, where you can admire the famous goeglyphs – huge drawings carved on it.

For volunteers (optionally) the possibility of flying a light aircraft over the Nazca Lines (the flight takes place depending on weather conditions).

Alternatively, you can also visit the Chauchilla Cemetery. Its history dates back to the late period of the Nazca culture, about 1,200 years ago. In the depths of the desert, about 30 kilometers from the city, the pre-Columbian inhabitants of these areas left dozens of tombs. Although valuable ornaments disappeared from them a long time ago, mainly due to thieves, the wonderfully preserved mummies still make a great impression on visitors to this place.

Transfer to Lima (7.5 hours). Overnight stay at a hotel.

On the last day we will spend about 2 hours on a guided tour of Lima and the last shopping. In the afternoon transfer to the airport and flight to Poland.

Back to the country.

Included meals: B=breakfast; L=lunch; D=dinner

What's Included


  • Local transport, including one domestic flight Lima – Cusco
  • Comfortable scheduled buses on the Lima-Huaraz-Lima and Arequipa-Nazca-Lima routes,
  • Private transport from Cusco to Puno; Puno-Chivay; Chivay – Arequipa (sightseeing on the way)
  • Accommodation in *** hotels and/or good hostels based on double rooms with breakfast
  • During trekking we sleep in double tents
  • Full board during trekking
  • Local guides on trekking and trips
  • The care of a english-speaking pilot-guide throughout the route
  • Trekking and trips according to the program
  • Entrance tickets to visited objects according to the program


  • Flights country of origin home – Lima – round trip go back home (price according to the current rates of the carrier)
  • Meals outside of trekking
  • Sleeping bags for trekking and the necessary trekking equipment
  • Excess baggage carried by porters during the Inka Trail/Salkantay trek (luggage limit is 7 kg)
  • Flights over the Nazca lines (approximately $115) – depending on weather conditions, visiting the Chauchilla Cemetery (approximately $35)
  • Attractions not included in the program and optional trips
  • Drinks with meals outside of trekking and alcohol
  • Customary tips
  • Tips for our local team in each region or city who work on the field
  • Accident insurance, we recommend Partners – Global Rescue

What to Bring

What to Bring or take fo Day Hiking and Technical Equipment for Climbing Expedition

This equipment list is compiled to provide you with adequate help when choosing your equipment for a climb. Most items are required. Please consider each of them and make sure you understand the function and exclusive use for mountaineering, before substituting or removing items from this list. Please note that this list has been carefully annotated by the organizer. Remember that mountaineering, climbing or mountain expeditions tours is an extreme, risky sport, therefore everything related to it is of great attention.

Hiking backpack for hiking 50 to 60 liters

Light gloves for hiking or (Optional Mittens waterproof)

Medium weight socks

Sleeping bag (-15º to 20ºC)

Small daypack for one day hiking 30 liters

Weather-appropriate clothing (think moisture-wicking and layers)

Hiking boots or shoes

Medium weight parka with fibber fill or down

Rain poncho (or rain gear)

Long-sleeved shirts

Fleece or Wool sweater and/or trousers

Lightweight pants

Cotton short-sleeved shirts or t-shirts

Water bottle for hiking or trekking

Strong waterproof duffel bag

Flashlight with spare batteries and bulb

Towel for personal hygiene each participantFirst-aid kit

Regular and long underwear

Knife or multi-tool

Light cap and wool hat

Sunglasses with UV certification, Sun block, lips

The rest of the list Essentials as appropriate for your hike

Grooming and personal hygiene kit

One Hiking Buff per person

3 Locking carabiners, we recommended per person

We recommend 2 ice screws for each client

1 Daisy Chain (Life Line) per each person

2 Ice axes (per person) technical, we recommended GRIVEL company

1 ATC descender (Rappel), this is very necessary for technical mountains

2 Cords for prusik, very important (Size Cord 6 mm x 10 m. long)

Gloves(Good gloves) for expeditions over 6000meters

Harness for climbing

Sleeping pad / Mattress, we recommend with air or inflatable mattress

Crampons, we recommended GRIVEL company

Walking sticks – Trekking Poles (optional), a pair per person, we recommended GRIVEL company

Down Jacket for expedition

Very important to have personal clothing such as pants and jacket with GOROTEX certification

First aid kit, for high mountains, because we as guides cannot medicate clients

Backpack Capacity 60 liters, it is better to have a bigger backpack to go comfortably to the high camps, because here you have to carry all your personal things

Gaiters or Leggings, now modern boots already have built-in (Incorporated), but better to have an extra pair

Dressing appropriately for the mountains can make the difference between a pleasant trip and a really uncomfortable one. Clothing must provide the right degree of temperature, perspiration and be well ventilated. Preferably cotton clothing should be avoided, as in humid conditions they absorb body heat.

In general, the weather conditions in in the Andes of South America can vary from day to day and even throughout the day. Therefore, clothing must be versatile.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have regarding the necessary equipment.

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Juventino Albino Caldua

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Co-Founder, Peru Expeditions

Hans Honold | Certified Mountain and Ski Guide

For a trip with a Professional Certified Mountain Guide from abroad with your own language that you speak, please request us to get in touch. We have guides working for our company from all over the world who are members of IVBV/UIAGM/IFMGA Certified Guides.

It is very important to have accident coverage for trekking and climbing mountains, more if you go a technical mountains over 6 thousand meters, we oblige and recommend buying travel insurance with our partner Global Rescue, you get the peace of mind that the finest medical, security evacuation, field rescue, intelligence and telehealth.


Frequently Asked Questions

What our travelers or clients always ask questions before joining our trips, tours & expeditions, read all the information provided here.

Suggested FAQs

Every day we have active walks around approximately 4, to 5 sometimes 6 hours of walking, everything is according to your pace and physical condition of each person, in each of our travel programs you will find more detailed information, and if If you need more information about each day of the travel program, we can schedule a call via WhatsApp to clarify your doubts or questions, for this please contact us. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

For our mountain climbing trips: If they are easily accessible mountains: For easy-climb mountains, well, you don’t need much experience, but if you already want to climb mountains above 6,000 meters and the conditions become more difficult, we recommend if you already want to go through mountains above 6,000 meters, have a basic or intermediate course for a good preparation. It is very important to be physically, technically and psychologically prepared.

Regarding the preparation of children: Everything will depend on which mountain you want to climb with your children, once you are clear on which of our tours or mountains you want to go with your children, we can give you some advice or see how to prepare them before going with they.

Regarding older people: It all depends on the condition of experience and how well the person is in health, on many occasions older people are the best to walk in the mountains because they have more experience, so it is always good to ask and find out about their experience of older participant. If you have any other questions, please contact us. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

To do long-distance hiking you need to at least train or do some tours such as visiting lagoons to get the experience and feel comfortable with what you do, it is always good before doing a long-distance hiking tour to test yourself so as not to be with the problems of altitude sickness during the trekking, and if you travel with children it is good to first train them before taking them, if they are accompanied by an adult of legal age, they must do a good acclimatization before going on the long-distance tour or with high altitude camps If you want to know or learn more advice, we can schedule a call via WhatsApp to clarify your doubts. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

The preparation is according to what type and what technical level you want to go and climb a trek or mountain, the preparation will always gain experience little by little.

For this type of demanding or technical climbing sports, it is recommended to do some summits above 5 thousand meters beforehand and have good knowledge of high mountain technical equipment such as the use of technical ice axes, ice screws, correct use of crampons, and of course all the technical material. For more information, we can schedule an appointment to be able to explain in more detail everything about the mountain equipment and the preparations prior to joining our outings. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

For the pick-ups of each trip, depending on the place or the trip that you are going to make with us, the meeting point is always at our office, in one of our trips we pick you up where you are staying or staying, or in some cases a A representative of our company will pick you up and then ship you to your transport to continue with your destination of the tour or trip you have booked with us. If you wish to request more information, do not hesitate to contact us. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

In all our trekking or mountaineering trips we do not include personal equipment in our prices, so you have to have your own equipment: Personal equipment (such as boots, ice ax, crampons, harness, sleeping bag, mat, Goretex, etc. ) and also within each page of the trips that we sell is a small list so you can see it on our website.

Our company can also rent the materials that you would need for your trip, see the list here on our website: . For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

In our trips, either hiking or mountaineering: Depending on the type or destination of the trip that you are going to book, in some parts of the treks you go with mules or donkeys or sometimes with horses, and within the mountain trips, the approach camps are also They go with mules or donkeys, but there are some stretches where pack animals can no longer reach. In this part, our logistics is fully supported by the porters.

Who are the porters? They are people from the area who were born and live in the heights of the towns, they are very strong and are very acclimatized, the reason is that after the tourist season ends they dedicate themselves to agriculture and livestock for that reason they are people They are used to the altitude and have lived in nature all their lives and they are happy to be in the mountains together with our expeditions. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

About accommodation or meals during the tour: Well, depending on the type of tour, when the tour is a classic cultural tour or a city tour, we eat during the route in tourist restaurants and sleep in category hotels that the client has requested.

If the tour is with camps and trekking: During the activity, logistics we include the service of Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner with traditional and typical meals of the region where you are going to travel with us, during the night we stay in tents, and we have a special tent for the kitchen and another for the dining room.

If the trip is at altitude or in the mountains: We bring special high mountain food, It are quicker meals to cook and we provide complete logistics such as Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, and we sleep in special 4-season high mountain tents, with the best tents. If you have any questions or concerns, we can schedule an appointment via Whatsapp to clarify all your doubts and give you better information so that your trip is an unforgettable tour.

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We also recommend having accident insurance, we always recommend. We are Partners –Global Rescue. If you have any other questions about the trip we can schedule a date for a calling via WhatsApp. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

For all the trips that we offer within our main tourist destinations such as South America and Central America, also including the ascent of the 7 continents and the 7 highest peaks of each continent, on each page of our website for each trip we indicate that month or what season to travel, then please read the information you find in our travel offers for each tour. If you have any other questions you can contact us by WhatsApp with one of our travel experts. Thank you so much. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

In mountains above 5000 meters: A local guide takes a maximum of 3 clients = Ratio 3pax = 1 local guide

In technical mountains: In large-big mountains we manage the travel policy, a guide and a maximum of 2 clients = Ratio 3pax = 1 local guide. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

For all the trips that we offer within our main tourist destinations such as South America and Central America, also including the ascent of the 7 continents and the 7 highest peaks of each continent, on each page of our website for each trip we indicate that month or what season to travel, then please read the information you find in our travel offers for each tour. If you have any other questions you can contact us by WhatsApp with one of our travel experts. Thank you so much. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

We as a local company and connoisseurs of tours have departures on different dates. The best thing to do is to join a travel group to take care of your budget, and of course you can join our groups, but on trips like mountaineering we recommend going in small groups. To join a group, ask us for the dates and we will send you the necessary information to be able to join any of our trips.

Why go in a private trip: For trips whether trekking or high mountains, going privately is the most recommended option, but the costs are more expensive. So, if one joins a group, the prices will be more reasonable. In the mountains, the only disadvantage is if you are in a wall with another partner and if one of the participants gets tired or gets sick. In this case, you have to abort or cancel the summit and return together. For more information, contact us. We can schedule a call via WhatsApp to clarify all your questions.

In a mountain, for example, if 3 people go and one of the participants falls ill on the route, for security reasons they have to cancel or abort the summit or return all together. The same in a technical mountain if the climbing partner gets sick they all have to return, for these reasons sometimes it is better to go private only because for a single person the costs are more expensive for the same reason that the trip would already be private .

For more information please contact us. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

About the meteorological conditions of the climate, we try to organize the trips of each tour in the best season to have the best views and enjoy the selected trip but sometimes even is good season we can have bad weather, in this case on hiking or treks trips The complications are minimal, but when this happens during high-altitude climbing expeditions, the complications can become very difficult, that is why the bosses or leaders of the local guides must always make the most correct decision for the safety of our passengers, so we always recommend listening to the best advice from the local guide assigned for each tour. If you have any other questions please contact us. For calls or inquiries to this number: +51 943 081 066

Additional information

We help in the purchase of air tickets: we set up convenient flight options with each participant of the trip and book tickets such as international flights and domestic flights in each destination city of the countries that we offer our trips. We recommend you booking international flights tickets well in advance so we can find current flights offer prices from the airlines. In order for us to search for and book your flight, please contact us and we will be happy to help you!. → More information click here
About a Satellite Phone or inReach® Messenger - GARMIN: On each trip we recommend having a satellite phone at your disposal. The possibility of quick contact from anywhere on the mountain will guarantee your safety on the road. In case of need (for example, contact with the family or the travel company), for this service the participants have to request to rent a satellite phone, of course this service has an additional cost, contact us or ask our office for more information. A practical device is to have an inReach® Messenger - GARMIN also helps for any emergency. → More information click here
Many of the participants or clients of our adventures, hikes and expeditions in the mountains are people who sign up alone, but in some of our trips you will be able to find a travel partner companion to join a group. We have many options for you from day tours, short treks, long duration tours, and even the most extreme climbing high mountains on each country or South American continent and other destinations, as like the destinations you can see on our website. The mountains are a great place for rapid integration and a very healthy sport. → More information click here
Our mountain guides or tour leaders: All of our Tour Leaders are multiple conquerors of the peaks they lead the expeditions to. Each of our cultural guides, high mountain guides, mountainbike guides, among others are internationally recognized and certified guides, such as the certifications of (UIMLA) Union of International Mountain Leader Associations & (IFMGA) International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations. The mountaineering experience, skills and knowledge of your guides are a priority for us. → More information click here


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