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Considered to be the "sister" to Machu Picchu, this ancient ruin complex consists of palaces and temples on two levels, canals, aqueducts and systems of fountains.
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Reviewed 18 May 2016

Two of us booked a trek complete with mules, a mule driver, a cook, a guide, and a fourth helper to set up camps. The trek itself is spectacular, dropping almost 5000 feet into a canyon, crossing the river, then ascending the opposite side of...More

1  Thank Rob88888
Reviewed 13 May 2016

We did Choquequirao trek in November 2015 independently, without any guide or porter, the trek isn't difficult, the trail is easy to follow. We did it in 6 days, spent 3 days/2 nights at the ruins and really enjoyed it! Unspoilt place, beautiful scenery, no...More

4  Thank AliaTraveler
Reviewed 12 May 2016 via mobile

My wife and I did the 8 day 7 night trek with Bioandean. Choquequirao is an amazing place with ruins similar (though not as large or excavated) to Machu Picchu with one main difference: there's no one there! We had the ruins entirely to ourselves!...More

5  Thank mikerowe312
Reviewed 15 April 2016 via mobile

Just to be clear. This is a beautiful trek which has a lot to offer. But the ticket to get in choquequirao is expensive for the average budget traveller. You pay 55 sol for the ruin which is only reachable through the walking trail. There...More

1  Thank wout c
Reviewed 29 March 2016 via mobile

I would recommend this hike to anyone of reasonable fitness who is looking for an Inca Trail alternative. Amazing views and interesting ruins made this a highlight of our trip without the crowds. We started walking at around 11am, had lunch at Chiquisca and then...More

Thank Patricia L
Reviewed 20 March 2016

We did a 4 day private trek to and from Choquequirao with Colibri Travel, and it was awesome. The sense of solitude was fabulous. We were slightly off season and only saw 10 other people on the whole trip. It was also a great sense...More

2  Thank Navibarnsley
Reviewed 12 January 2016

After our Trek at Colca Canyon Thomas and me decided to explore some other alternative treks near to Cusco, Johselm our guide told us a extremely gorgeous Trek but a longer one ... first of all he didnt disappointed us in Colca . so we...More

44  Thank Mauricio Y
Reviewed 12 November 2015

The vieuws were very nice. I took a taxi to go there but the roads are VERY bad! Is a goodthing that I went to the bathroom before my ride otherwise I would pi in my pants.😨I thought that the taxi will fall down into...More

Thank Isa K
Reviewed 18 September 2015

My husband and I decided to get into hiking after Yosemite. We were looking at Peru, considering we both wanted to visit Machu Picchu. We were worried about elevation, considering we both live at sea level in DC. After reviewing hikes in Peru, I decided...More

3  Thank Jacquie P
Reviewed 5 September 2015

I did this hike with Max from Horizon Travel Peru and the experience was incredible. The views are spectacular and I imagine this must have been what Machu Picchu was like before they built the train to it.

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k_tuer
My husband and I are planning to do this trek later this year but I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions for a specific company to go through
13 May 2017|
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Response from Tourleaders P |
Hello K_tuer we have a groups to choquequirao for more information visit our website tourleadersperu....... top of the line equipment low price
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Cecilia H
My partner and I are planning a trek in Peru, February, 2017. We are interested in trekking to Choquequiaro for its remoteness. Do you know the status of the cable car project? We don't want hordes of tourist on the trek! Cheers, Cecilia Canada
15 January 2017|
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Response from peruinkasadventures |
hi cecilia how are you .. about the cable car project there is nothing yet we are doing the trek with mules horses it's a very lovely place
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Ingrid D
Hello, I have a question for those who have done a guided Choquequirao Trek: what was the average cost of your tour? (4days/3nights) Thank you.
13 January 2017|
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Response from Olivier C | Reviewed this property |
Hi, By guided, do you mean you hired mules and guide but planned your meals, tents, etc. or you booked a full tour with everything included? For the former, we payed $50 per day for the guide and $50 per mule.
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