The Machu Picchu Inca Trail Treks offer to take you through undiscovered trails allowing you to enjoy its surroundings and the breath-taking landscapes. Get ready to hike for a few days to finally conquer this magical and unique place.
Rainbow Mountain has become one of the most popular treks in Peru over the last few years. The views from the summit of this trek is guaranteed to take your breath away as you walk through the assorted landscapes and explore the colourful hills.
The Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is one of the most incredible, challenging and rewarding treks. Recently named as one of the top 25 treks in the world, this Trek offers spectacular landscapes from majestic snow-capped to cloud forests and rocky trails.
If you are looking for a fun-filled, action-packed trek to Machu Picchu, then The Inca Jungle Trek is the one for you! Experience zip-lining, mountain biking and whitewater rafting as you live a once in a lifetime journey to the majestic citadel.
Tours by train to Machu Picchu are the most comfortable, safest and quickest option to get to these famous Inca Ruins. These tours are recommended for people who are short on time or for people who don’t want to take part in one of the standard treks to the citadel.
Choquequirao was voted by Lonely Planet as one of the must-visit destinations for 2017! Known as Machu Picchu’s little sister, Choquequirao is just as spectacular as its older sibling, yet truly undiscovered and off-the-beaten-path.
The Galapagos Islands in Ecuador are spits of volcanic land where you can swim with sea lions and giant tortoises, take a walk with iguanas, or even see blue-footed boobies. It is the perfect setting for any outdoor adventure activity.