This is a different trip to Peru, where you can get close to people and experience exchange and mutual learning. The Andes are home to hundreds of indigenous communities that are worthy heirs of ancestral traditions.
A tour that is worth every minute of your time: walk around the "White City" and discover its hideouts, sail in the Titicaca Lake, absorb the energy that Cusco city still preserves and let the Amazon jungle captivate your five senses.
Enjoy four exhilarating days of hiking before emerging at the magical citadel itself through the Sun Gate. And before the end of your trip, the Tambopata Reserve will be waiting for you: a nature reserve in the Peruvian Amazon Basin where you will spend three unforgettable days.
The chaskis were former messengers who traveled on foot -often running- extensive roads built by the Incas, to bring the news throughout the empire. It is known of two great roads, one run along the entire coast desert and the other one run across the mountains.
Yaqu is water, and water is life. The ancient Peruvians understood so, understood by the people of the andes with its complex water irrigation systems, and by the Amazon ethnic groups who care for the Amazon as their natural guardians.