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Salkantay Trail Peru

Procuradores 366 | Office 105, Cusco 0051, Peru
+0051 084 242874
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Procuradores 366 | Office 105, Cusco 0051, Peru
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great way to get to MP. We did it with United Mice, with Alex who was/were very accomplished. Did a 4d3n tour. If the wild mountain is raining be prepared to wrap up warm. Day 2 is fun in the am,but a bit boring in...More

Thank Nayan P
Reviewed 9 April 2017

The Salkantay trail will take at least 3 days of semi-strenuous hiking to cross so come prepared with snacks, water (at least for the initial day), good hiking boots and camera. There are a few campsites along the way that sell food and snacks albeit...More

1  Thank Alex M
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

Amazing experience, we had awesome time it was lots of fun because we had Carlos the mountain king accompanying us through the journey he made the experience more fun and learn a lot about the place....when got to sun gate and had a glimpse at...More

Thank Jessy T
Reviewed 18 December 2016

I trekked the Salkantay Trail through Bamba Experience. Initially I'd looked at the Inca Trail proper but it didn't quite fit with my plans, and Salkantay was the perfect alternative. It's a couple of days longer than the Inca Trail (5-6days), and you arrive at...More

6  Thank Philippa D
Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

This Trip Advisor page is actually for the TOUR COMPANY and NOT the general trek itself. We booked 3x tours with Erika as she was recommended through our hostel and after talking to her, and other agencies her tour included more. We did the City...More

4  Thank NMP91
Reviewed 21 November 2016

After hiking in Huaraz, Peru my girlfriend and I thought we could tackle Salkantay alone. All you need to do is rent all your equipment in Cusco, buy some food and take a collectivo to Mollepata. We had read about many people we did this...More

1  Thank Lcdthethird
Reviewed 12 November 2016

The trek is either 5 days or 4 days, the only difference is the end part. You either leave the trek early or carry on to the hot springs before you head to Aguas Callientes. I did the 4 days trrek and it was absolutely...More

2  Thank Chris8111
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

Out of 20 people in our group, who all did the exact same tour as us, we paid the most and were treated the worst because we booked here. We didn't sleep the night before Machu Picchu because of stress, and we were forced to...More

3  Thank swc10s
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Even though very tiring, this is definitely one of the most amazing trail you could do in Perù. Depending on how many days you're planning for the trekking you'll enjoy a longer and more relaxed journey or a steady peace rhythm...either case the view of...More

Thank carbonatodiamnosio
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

We spent a couple of days in Cusco speaking with different operators and agencies before deciding to book our 5D/4N hike through Ausangate and the Rainbow Mountains. When booking we were promised by Erika that our guide would have a first aid kit and oxygen....More

10  Thank Amy W
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HazClax
Hello Me and my friend are looking to hike to MachuPicchu this summer. We plan to book a tour leaving between July 26th and July 30th. We are two fairly athletic students. I understand we are too late to book the traditional Inca Trail, but we are still interested in alternate routes. On trip advisor we have seen people finding tours that are much more reasonably priced than tour companies we have found online. We have a slightly limited budget being students. - We are hoping for a tour where we can meet a nice a group of people - We want a reliable and recommended tour company. Can anyone recommend a route? Such as Salkantay? Can anyone recommend a tour company? Thanks so much for your help.
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Response from Lcdthethird | Reviewed this property |
My girlfriend and I are athletic and a little bit adventurous so we tackled the Salkantay trail alone. This is definitely possible. We booked an AirBnb in Cusco and the owner let us leave some of our stuff there for the week... More
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Amina R G
Hi, Im planning my trip to Peru in March, and want to go on the Salkantay trek, by March 7th. I haven't booked yet, and want to know if it's better to book in advance, or when I get to Cusco. Also, how is the weather like during that time? Your help would be highly appreciated. :)
27 January 2017|
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Response from Chris8111 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, i booked in advance, but paid a different amount to other people who booked in advance as all the people in my group had booked through different ways. There were also some guys who booked in Cusco a few days before the... More
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SaNtA AnA T
If you decided to do the Salkantay Trek, how do you reserve who to travel with? I used SAYWAS EXPEDITIONS as a local operator for the SALKANTAY TREK This was the hardest and best thing I have ever done. When given the opportunity to do this from a friend from Peru, I did not have to even think about it. Each day on the trail was an incredible adventure. Seeing the awesome landscapes along the way coupled with the incredible views of the andes was absolutely mesmerizing. Our Alexis guide ever was fantastic, not only was he knowledgable on inca history but he made sure the trek was fun for everyone. He definitely made it a very close knit group and we all appreciated his friendly personality and felt appreciated by him in return. Could not have asked for a better guide. Hats off to Romero, our cook, because the food was some of the best food I had in my 6 weeks here in Peru. Salkantay trek is one of the beautiful alternative routes to the Machu Picchu that nobody should miss during the staying in Peru.
23 December 2016|
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I did the Salkantay Trek, this experience was truly once in a lifetime. Seeing Machu Picchu was obviously incredible, the salkantay trek to Machu Picchu is a spectacular Andean hike, complete with high peaks, snowcapped... More
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