Cusco Native Travel Agency Specialist is a local tourism office offering tours in Peru including trekkings and expeditions through the Andes, alternative tourism programs, archaeological sightseeing, river rafting, horseback riding through the amazing landscapes of the Cusco Region and exotic jungle trips. Learn more of about the mysterious Inca Empire. Find the most complete information about the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, one of the 7 Modern Wonders of the World. Find out more about alternative, less travelled treks to Machu Picchu including: Salkantay trek, Choquequirao trek, Lares trek, Ausangate trek. See the Colca Canyon, one of the deepest canyons in the world. Visit Puno and see the floating Islands of the Uros. Or fly over the Nazca Lines, another mystery left behind by the ancient cultures of Peru.

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Choquequirao - Machu Picchu 8 Days/7 Nights

This trek includes visits to the two more important archaeological Inca sites and is also one of the last unexplored routes.

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Salkantay Trek 5 Days / 4 Nights

Travelers can opt for this trek if the traditional Inca Trail is full or are seeking a more remote footpath that sees far less tourists.

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Machupicchu by Train - Full Day

'One of the archaeological wonders of the world, Machu Picchu is a highlight of any visit to Peru. This ancient citadel, discovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911, is the largest of the Peruvian Inca ruins, and is believed to have been an important ceremonial site. Visitors will marvel at the feats of engineering that have survived over a thousand years and many earthquakes. All who see it appreciate the beauty of the site as well as the nature surrounding it.

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Sacred Valley of the Incas

The Sacred Valley of the Incas was the center of the vast Incan Empire. This fertile land with an excellent climate has been a major agricultural region for thousands of years. The extensive ruins stretch from the villages of Pisac to Ollantaytambo, and in the north end of the narrow valley, the citadel of Machu Picchu. Flanked by the Urubamba and Vilcanoca Rivers, the beautiful landscape of the Sacred Valley is also home to Quechan descendants who still maintain the same customs and rites of their ancestors.