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Choquequirao And Machu Picchu

This trek between Choquequirao and Machu Picchu combines beautifully diverse trekking and visits two of the most intriguing Incan ruins.


  • Peru

  • 13 nights
  • Hutting & High Level

    Iconic Paths


  • Jun



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Tour codes: 45930


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Our holiday walking grades


Grade 8

Hard mountain walking every day in the Alps, the Balkans and the Pyrenees, with long ascents, descents and scrambling.

Stamina and a good head for heights are essential.

Distances will probably not exceed 12 miles, but cumulative ascents and descents will normally be between 1000 and 1500m each day.


Holiday Highlights

  • Marvel at Choquequirao, a beautiful and secluded Incan city.
  • Rediscover Machu Picchu, one of the wonders of the world.
  • Experience changing ecosystems from rainforest to alpine.
  • Get off the beaten track on peaceful, remote trails.
  • Local guides for expert knowledge and insights.

This trek between Choquequirao and Machu Picchu combines beautifully diverse trekking and visits two of the most intriguing Incan ruins. The aim of this trail is to get you away from the crowds, so you can experience the Inca city the way it was meant to be.

We fly to Lima and have time for a morning walking tour before returning to the airport for our flight to Cuzco. At 3400m Cuzco can take a little time to acclimatise to. On arrival, plan on sitting in the hotel sipping coca tea rather than running marathons.   Our day to acclimatise will be spent looking around this fascinating city and perhaps some gentle walking in the surrounding countryside.

To start the trek, we drive out to Capuliyoc (2910m) to meet our trekking crew and the mules that will carry everything. Over the next two days, we trek through the Apurimac River valley and on to Choquequirao, where we camp the second night. We should arrive in time to have a brief tour of the site in the afternoon and complete our tour the next morning. We will continue up out of the valley to the Choquequirao Pass (3340m) for spectacular views and a picnic lunch.

For the rest of the trek, we head through remote country passing villages where life is lived in a simple fashion, crossing the San Juan Pass (4150m) and the Totora Pass. At 4665m this is the highest point we reach on the trek. Finally, we reach Aguas Calientes, the village below Machu Picchu. The next morning, first thing, we have a guided tour of Machu Picchu. It entirely justifies its world-renowned status as a tourist attraction, and no one could fail to notice the greater popularity of the site. The contrast between Choquequirao and Machu Picchu could hardly be more pronounced.

 We take the train back to Cuzco for our final night before flying back home via Lima.

  • Return flights from Gatwick to Lima (British Airways).
  • Airport transfers.
  • Five nights en suite hotel accommodation.
  • Seven nights fully supported tented accommodation.
  • Full board on trek, most meals.
  • English speaking local guide throughout.
  • All local transport costs.
  • Entrance fees (unless otherwise specified)
  • Personal expenses (such as your bar bill)
  • Discretionary tips
  • Optional excursions
  • Travel Insurance (you can add this when you book)

Holiday Information

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Itinerary & Travel

Itinerary Details

Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to the outlined itinerary and advertised programme, local conditions can change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. This may mean that routes and timings need to be amended or the order of days may change, sometimes at short notice.

Your Itinerary

Day 1



We fly direct from the UK to Lima airport. On arrival in Lima, we will meet our Peruvian guide and transfer to the hotel in the Miraflores district of the city.  The transfer might take 45 mins depending on city traffic. Dinner is not included tonight but there are many options for those who would like to eat.

Day 2



We will have some time in the morning exploring the local area on foot before returning to Lima airport for our flight to Cuzco. On arrival at Cuzco, we will transfer to the hotel. Cuzco is at 3300m (11,000ft) so it is important to take things easy to acclimatise. You will be offered a cup of coca tea on arrival in the hotel. It is said to help reduce the effects of altitude. If you find you don’t care for the taste think of it as medicine and drink it anyway. Our local guide will offer further advice about altitude.

Day 3



Today will be an easy day in and around Cuzco to continue our acclimatisation. There is plenty to see and do in Cuzco to keep us entertained.

Day 4

Chiquisca Camp


  • Time

    4 hours

  • Distance

    5 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


After an early breakfast, we will be collected from our hotel for the drive of approx 4 hours to the trailhead. On the way, we stop at Sayhuite, a pre-Colombian archaeological site. for a short visit. We should arrive at Capuliyoc (2,910m) for a late lunch. We start our trek from here and walk down to Chiquisca camp (1900m).

Day 5



  • Time

    8 hours

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


After breaking camp, we descend into the spectacular Apurimac river canyon. At first, the descent is quite gentle, then it gets steeper and hotter as we go deeper into the canyon to arrive at Playa Rosalina (1500 mts). This takes about an hour. From here we have a long climb out of the canyon to Marampata (2930m) where we have lunch. After lunch, we continue to Choquequirao (2860m) and visit the site with our guide. If we are lucky, we might see condors and spectacle bears during the day.  We camp at Choquequirao.

Day 6

Choquequirao-Pincha Unuyuc


  • Time

    4-5 hours

  • Distance

    4 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


This morning after an early breakfast we explore Choquequirao with our expert local guide. The site is larger than Machu Picchu but there are similarities. Choquequirao is an enigmatic, monumental site, built during the mid to late 15th century, it became lost for several centuries as the high jungle in this area covered the ruins. It was re-discovered in 1710 by Europeans but little importance was attached to it. Hiram Bingham brought into the public eye in the early 20th century. After a detailed tour of the site, we continue up to the Choquequirao pass (3340m) for a picnic lunch. After lunch, we continue down to the Rio Blanco valley, to the Inca terraces at Pincha Unuyuc (2100m). Our camp will be close to the terraces. 

Day 7

Pincha Unuyuc-Maizal


  • Time

    6 hours

  • Distance

    4 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


Leaving Pincha Unuyuc, we go down into deep valley of the Rio Blanco crossing the river on a regular bridge in the rocky bottom of the canyon. On the way we will enjoy the beautiful cloud forest. We camp at Maizal (3000mts). 

Day 8

Maizal-San Juan Pass (4150m)-Yanama


  • Time

    7-8 hours

  • Distance

    7 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


For some, today's walk will be the highlight of the holiday. We climb up to the San Juan pass (4150mts), for lunch. In the afternoon we drop down into the Yanama Valley (3500m) with great views of Panta and Pumasillo's snow-capped peaks, another excellent opportunity to see condors. We camp at Yanama. 

Day 9

Yanama - Totora Pass - Mariano Llamuoca (4665m) - Totora


  • Time

    9-10 hours

  • Distance

    9 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


Today we climb from our campsite to the top of Totora Pass-Mariano Llamuocca (4665mts) which is the highest point we reach on the trek. From here we have amazing views of Salcantay and Humantay peaks to the south. Then we drop down to Totora (3400mts) where we camp. 

Day 10

Totora - Lucmabamba


  • Time

    5-6 hours

  • Distance

    11 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


Today we continue our descent through the lush cloud-forest, full of begonias, orchids and crops like coffee and passion fruit, to Granadichayoc.  From here we will take transportation for 30 minutes to our campsite Lucmabamba (2100m), where we will have our lunch.

Day 11

Lucmabamba - Llactapata - Hidroelectrica (Hike), Train Aguas Calientes.


  • Time

    6 hours

  • Distance

    8 miles

  • Ascent/Descent


After breakfast, we start the last day of our trek. We head uphill for 2-3 hours towards Llactapata Pass (2710m), where we come upon a distant but spectacular view of Machu Picchu Sanctuary from the southeast. This is a view few travellers get the chance to admire. We will take a short break to explore the Llactapata Ruins. Lunch is served at a scenic viewpoint, looking out to Machu Picchu. This afternoon, we begin the final descent to the Aobamba River through lush bamboo forests, orchards and coffee plantations. Finally, we will get to Machu Picchu Hydroelectric Power Station, to board the train to Aguas Calientes. Here we stay in a hotel with a few comforts we might have missed during the trek.

Day 12

Machu Picchu - Train to Ollantaytambo - Bus to Cuzco


After an early breakfast, we make our way to the bus station for the ride up to Machu Picchu. It takes about 25mins to drive to the entrance of the site. Our local guide will give an introductory two-hour guided tour of the sanctuary. After this we have some free time to explore. We will return by bus to Aguas Calientes for lunch and board the train to Ollantaytambo. From here our private vehicle will drive us back to Cuzco and our hotel. Arrival in Cuzco will be approximately at 7 or 8 pm.

Day 13

Cuzco final day - overnight flight

After breakfast, we transfer back to Cuzco Airport for our flight back to Lima. Here we connect with the international flight back to the UK.

Day 14

Arrival into the UK

We arrive back in the UK

From (GBP)£2,499

Departure dates for your selected tour

12th Jun 2020 - 25th Jun 2020 (13 Nights)

25th Sep 2020 - 8th Oct 2020 (13 Nights)

Travel Details

  • Return flights from Gatwick to Lima (British Airways)
  • Airport transfers by road c.45mins
  • Upgrades are available on most flights. For scheduled flights Premium Economy, Business or First Class and most low-cost carriers have extra legroom seats. Please ask us for details and a competitive quote.
  • If direct regional flights are not available, we can often offer add-on flights to a London airport at a competitive rate. Please ask us for details and a competitive quote.


Accommodation information

Below is the accommodation featured on this holiday across all departure dates. Please refer to the Itinerary for more detail about each night's accommodation for each departure date.

Casa Andina Miraflores

Casa Andina Standard Miraflores San Antonio is located in the quiet, residential neighbourhood of Miraflores. It offers free Wi-Fi internet service and rooms are equipped with air conditioning and cable TV.

Hotel Jose Antonio

Hotel José Antonio is one of the leading hotel chains in Peru. The hotel has a swimming pool, spacious and comfortable rooms and free Wi-Fi.

Tented accommodation on trek

We're awaiting further details on the accommodation on this holiday, please contact us for more information. 

El MaPi by Inkaterra

Situated in the heart of Machu Picchu town, the stylish El MaPi offers organic gastronomy and contemporary rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. The well-lit rooms at El MaPi by Inkaterra have thick beige blankets and large windows with blackout curtains. All offer cotton bathrobes, herbal amenities and a 32-inch cable TV.

Trip Information

All the details you need

Holiday Grade

This is a Grade 8 challenging holiday. It will include hard mountain walking every day with long ascents and descents and scrambling. Stamina and a good head for heights is essential. Distances will probably not exceed 12 miles, but ascents and descents will normally be between 1,000 and 1,500m. Expect long and exhilarating days. See the 'Proposed Itinerary' section for more information.

Walks & Excursions

Local Transport Costs

All local transport costs in conjunction with the advertised activity programme are included in the holiday cost. There may be occasions where additional visits or excursions are added to enrich your experience, these will be paid for locally by you if you choose to participate. Local transport can be a mix of private hire coaches, taxis, local buses and ferries depending on the itinerary.

Optional Excursions

A range of local excursions and activities may be available to book at your destination through a local operator. We have no involvement in such activities or excursions which are not run, supervised or controlled in any way by us. Your contract will be with the local activity supplier and we accept no responsibility for their actions or omissions.

Spending Money

Holiday Budgeting

When budgeting for your holiday, you will need to consider drinks, any meals not included in the holiday price, non-included entrance fees, optional excursions you may choose to participate in locally and any souvenirs or additional services such as laundry. A general guideline for lunches and drinks is £10-£20 per person per day.

Currency in Japan

Japanese Yen. Japan is very much a cash based society. Credit and debit cards can however be used in most areas visited on our itinerary.


Although entirely at your own discretion, tipping is an important aspect of tourism and hospitality life and expectations are fairly high.  In order to simplify tipping, we strongly recommend that you allow your leader to take care of making sure tips are given to hotel and restaurant staff & to local guides and drivers. This will be done using some funds provided by us together with, if you wish, a contribution from you, which he/she will collect during the holiday.

Tour Leaders & Local Guides

Tour Leaders

Your tour leader makes the world of difference to your holiday and ours are as passionate about discovering the world on foot as you are. They're resourceful, organised and widely travelled. They will handle all the local administration and other needs that might arise to ensure that you don't have to worry about planning your days and you can enjoy your holiday. Although leading group holidays, they won't forget that every group is made up of individuals. Each tour leader has their own individual style, talents and professional backgrounds and all are trained, qualified, experienced and dedicated to making your holiday as enjoyable, interesting and inspiring as possible.

Leader's Evening Briefing

Each evening, your tour leader will discuss with you the programme for the following day. This will be your opportunity to discuss the details and ensure the planned activities suit your walking ability. If you have concerns on clothing or equipment, this can be discussed then also. If you do not wish to join the organised group programme, please let the leader know.

Local Guides

To enhance your experience, as well as your tour leader, each holiday will be accompanied by a well qualified and knowledgeable English-speaking local guide.

Your Travel Details

Booking Your Own Travel Arrangements?

If you wish to organise your own flights from a non-UK or provincial airport or travel by rail or car to your holiday destination, 'land only' reductions are often available. Please contact us for details.

Before finalising any independent travel arrangements, please check with us first - especially if doing so 12 weeks or more before your intended date of travel. If you do intend to join your holiday locally please do tell us at least 14 weeks in advance.

If you are joining and leaving your holiday overseas we assume, unless you advise us otherwise, that you will join and leave the holiday at your hotel.

Although airport transfers are not included for those making their own independent travel arrangements, if you wish to join the group at the overseas airport, depending on your flight arrival time, you may be able to be included on the group's transfer. Please contact us at least 5 weeks before departure for more details. 

Please note that your flight must arrive within 30 minutes of the group flight to be able to join the group transfer. We also need your flight number, arrival time and departure point so that the group leader is able to meet up with you.

Luggage Allowance & Travel Documents

For all those booking a flight or rail inclusive holiday, details of your travel arrangements and baggage allowance will be confirmed in your travel documents, sent to you approximately 10 days prior to departure.

Personal Details Check

To ensure that we can accurately administer your holiday arrangements, please confirm that the personal details we hold for you are up to date and that you have provided the information we need to secure your holiday travel and accommodation arrangements. Please check your passport details, date of birth and any other important details necessary for us to properly manage your holiday booking. You can view and update information already provided, and add details not yet asked for, by using the Manage My Booking facility on our website, or by calling our Sales and Reservations team on +44 (0)1707 331133. When you receive your booking confirmation please check the details as soon as possible.

Passports and Visas

General Passport Advice

It is a good idea to carry photocopies of the personal details pages of your passport. Should you lose your passport, this may assist with the issue of replacement documents and your return to your home country.

Passport and visa requirements can change at any time. It is your own responsibility to ensure that you inform yourself from a professionally qualified source on, and comply with, such requirements.

General travel and destination advice for UK nationals is available from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office at and at

Passport Information for Peru

For entry into Peru a passport is required which should be valid for 6 months beyond your intended stay. Your passport is often required when checking into hotels and when changing money, so carry it with you on these occasions. It is also an excellent idea to memorise your passport number for the form filling. No visas are required for UK nationals.


12 breakfasts, 11 lunches, and 11 dinners are included on this tour. These will be taken in a mixture of hotels, local restaurants, and camp meals whilst on the trekking portion of the tour.

Footwear & Kit List


Good quality waterproof walking boots with a moulded sole with a deep tread and good ankle support are essential for holidays at grade 7 and above.

Footwear As Hand Luggage

We recommend that you either wear your walking boots or shoes or pack them and some waterproofs in your hand luggage as in the unlikely event that your hold luggage is delayed, you will still be able to participate in the holiday programme.

General Kit List

Outdoor activities are always safer and more enjoyable if you are prepared.

If you have not travelled with us before the following list might be of use:

  • Waterproof jacket (Goretex or similar) and trousers
  • Lightweight quick-drying trousers
  • Walking T-shirt/shirts
  • Walking socks
  • Fleece or jumper
  • Sun hat, sunglasses, lip salve and sun screen
  • Warm hat and gloves (if appropriate)
  • Swimwear (if appropriate)
  • Day sack (this should be able to carry all you would need for the day's activity)
  • Day sack liner
  • Water bottle - at least 1 litre capacity
  • Basic first aid kit
  • Lunchbox
  • Walking poles (should you find them useful)
  • Sit mat
  • Head torch
  • Survival bag - What is a survival bag? Click here!

This list is not exhaustive and every walker is different and may have their own preference.

Country Specific Kit

Wildlife and scenery viewing experiences are always improved with binoculars. For seeing a bird in the treetops or picking out some detail on the horizon they are invaluable. If you have a pair, please bring them with you on your holiday. On some holidays it will be appropriate to have them with you all the time. Sometimes you might prefer to avoid carrying the extra weight. Your tour leader will always be happy to advise which days it will be particularly useful to take them.

Travel Documents Checklist

Documents and Information to take with you:

  • Passport (make sure it's yours and valid)
  • Your travel tickets or e-ticket itinerary
  • Any visa or electronic travel authorisation (if required)
  • Holiday money
  • Credit or debit cards (and separate details of who to call if lost)
  • Car parking ticket and car park directions (if prebooked)
  • Coach or rail travel tickets (if prebooked)
  • Your holiday Booking Confirmation document
  • Your travel insurance details
  • Alternative form of identification (such as a driving licence)
  • Photocopy of the personal details pages of your passport
  • A valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) if relevant
  • Details of any medical condition or allergy your holiday leader should know about

Electricity in Peru

Electricity is supplied at 110 Volts at 60Hz. If you wish to use electrical equipment you will need a two pin North America style adaptor with flat pins. More information can be found at

Water To Go

An alternative to bottled water from single-use sealed water bottles is filtered water from a refillable bottle containing its own water filter such as a Water-to-go bottle available from Just fill up from any water source and save the environment from disposable plastic bottles.

We have negotiated an exclusive 15% discount with our partners Water-to-Go for you as a thank you for helping the environment. Please go to their website at and enter the code RWH17 when ordering. In addition, Water-to-Go will match the discount with a donation to our charity, Heart & Sole, which will allow us to continue to make a difference in the countries you visit on our holidays.

Maps, Guidebooks & Other Information

The Map Shop

Maps and guidebooks relating to the areas you will be walking in may be bought before your holiday from The Map Shop at


Visit the following websites for an idea of the climate in your destination:

Staying Healthy On Holiday

Health requirements can change at any time. It is your own responsibility to ensure that you inform yourself from a professionally qualified source on, and comply with, such requirements at least 6 to 8 weeks before departure. Advice on vaccinations is available from your GP.

Health Advice for Peru

No compulsory immunisations are required for visits to Peru.

You should be up to date with the usual immunisations recommended in the UK.

Tetanus, Hepatitis A and Typhoid immunisation is recommended.

You might also like to consider immunisation against Rabies, Diphtheria and Yellow Fever.

There is a risk of Malaria in some low altitude regions and a very low risk in other parts of the country. 

Dengue fever and Zika virus also exist in Peru; please take normal precautions against mosquito bites. 

Seek pre-travel Zika virus advice from your health care provider 6-8 weeks in advance of travel, particularly important if you are pregnant or planning pregnancy.  

You should also be aware of issues associated with travelling at high altitudes. The lower atmospheric pressure at higher altitudes results in less oxygen finding its way into the blood. Problems usually start for most people at around 2,500 to 3,000 metres. If you reach this altitude gradually the body can accustom itself to having less oxygen, and once you are above it if you gain further height slowly you are less likely to have problems. It is important on arrival at destinations at this kind of altitude to rest for a few hours and not to over-exert yourself in the first day or two, as over-exertion can make altitude problems more likely. Local people also swear by coca leaf tea, which you will probably be offered on arrival, as a means of preventing or treating altitude problems. It is harmless and if you drink plenty of it, it will at least help you to avoid dehydration, something else that makes altitude problems more likely, so drink plenty of fluids (not alcohol!) at these high altitude destinations. Anybody who has a medical condition affecting blood circulation or breathing or has any other worries should consult their doctor before departure.

High Altitude

Altitude sickness can affect travellers whose itineraries take them above about 2,500m although some individuals can experience a milder form above about 1,900m. 

Early symptoms include a headache, nausea, shortness of breath, loss of appetite and insomnia.

Further Travel Advice

For further advice please visit:

You might wish to take a small bottle of antibacterial hand gel with you for times when you're unable to wash your hands.

Travel Insurance

You must be adequately insured to join our holidays. We do not insist that you insure with us but we require that you are adequately insured for the nature of your holiday. You will be unable to participate in our local walking and other activity programmes without being able to demonstrate that you have valid travel insurance.

Please ensure that as a minimum your travel insurance policy covers you for travel to your holiday destinations (country and geographical region) and for medical expenses, mountain rescue (including helicopter rescue) and emergency repatriation to your home country in the event of illness or injury. Your policy should also provide adequate cover for the activities, included and optional, you are likely to participate in during your holiday.

See our brochure or website for further advice regarding holiday insurance.

Whoever you insure with, please ensure that you take full details, and ideally the policy itself, with you on holiday and provide our tour leader with your insurer's name, the policy number and emergency assistance contact numbers.

Please note that it is very difficult to obtain travel insurance once your holiday arrangements have started.

Personal Safety

The UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office provides up to date information on security and local laws for travellers, together with current passport and visa information, at Please take a few minutes to look at the current advice on your planned destination.

Please be aware of what's going on around you, take sensible precautions with your credit cards and passport and avoid displays of wealth such as wearing expensive jewellery or watches. Do not carry more cash on you than you will need for each day, and we recommend that a money belt is used.

Cultural Awareness

Responsible Travel

We're committed to ethical tourism in all our destinations. Our holidays are designed for you to discover the essence of the country you are visiting. Travelling in small groups not only gives you an up close and personal experience of your destination, but minimises your impact on the immediate environment. We feel that the most important starting point to protect the environment is to be out in it. For more details visit our website.

The Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust

Unlike many tour operators we have our own trust through which RWH Travel’s profits are channelled back into a variety of outdoor, walking-related or environmental conservation projects in the UK. The focus of the Trust’s financial support is Britain’s leading walking charity, The Ramblers, and their role in promoting the benefits and importance of walking to the British public. In addition the Trust welcomes applications for small grants from local organisations in the UK who need support for walking-orientated activities. This includes the establishment of footpaths and bridleways, funding for rebuilding bridges and renovating huts, as well as bursary funding for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award for children who could not otherwise afford to do it. Please visit the ‘About Us’ section of our website and click on the Charitable Trust link for more details.

Heart and Sole

We appreciate that we are in a fortunate position to be able to use our profits to help make a difference to people's lives. Heart & Sole is a venture managed by our office staff, whose aim is to reach the heart of the communities in the countries we visit. Through Heart & Sole, we hope to make more of a long term, direct impact to these communities, particularly in less developed countries where even a small amount goes a long way. See our website for more information and details of some of the projects we support.

Staying In Touch

Mobile Phones

Please do provide us with a mobile phone contact number. We will only use this to contact you with important information relating to your holiday arrangements. 

Do keep your mobile phones switched on and readily available when travelling to the airport or if delayed in transit so that we can contact you with any last minute information relating to your travel arrangements.  

As a matter of courtesy, please switch off your mobile phone during walks, or endeavour to minimise its use. Please also try to minimise the use of mobile devices during group meals.


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  • Currency

    Nuevo Sol

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  • Time Difference

    UTC -05:00

  • Flight duration

    12hrs from UK

Visas and Passports

No Visa Required

Average weather

  • January


    Avg. Rain: 90mm

  • February


    Avg. Rain: 91mm

  • March


    Avg. Rain: 97mm

  • April


    Avg. Rain: 53mm

  • May


    Avg. Rain: 28mm

  • June


    Avg. Rain: 18mm

  • July


    Avg. Rain: 16mm

  • August


    Avg. Rain: 19mm

  • September


    Avg. Rain: 31mm

  • October


    Avg. Rain: 50mm

  • November


    Avg. Rain: 55mm

  • December


    Avg. Rain: 72mm

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