|Locations Visited||Cachora Capuliyoc Chiquisca Marampata Choquequirao|
|Starting Altitude||3200 masl = 10498 feet. Capuliyoc|
|Highest Point||3200 masl = 10498 feet. Capuliyoc|
|Group||2pax min, max 10paxs|
4-day and 3-night walk to Choquequirao is a beautiful but more challenging route to the last refuge of the Incas, Machu Picchu’s sister,
The Choquequirao Complex is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas and it is a different walk to the Inca Trail and the Salktantay routes but with fewer people.
Choquequiraw is located on the spur of the Salkantay mountain range, at more than 3030 m.a.s.l surrounded by the Apus de Padrayoc, Yamana, Ampay, Chokecarpu, Pumasiyo and Panta, on the left bank of the Apurimac River.
In the Inca era, it was united and in communication with Machu Picchu by a complex network of trails, with fantastic nature, valleys, snowy mountains and a great variety of plants, birds and animals. The hike to Choquequirao starts from the town of Cachora, which is 4–5 hours west of the city of Cusco.
Local Trekkers Peru, offers you the best camping equipment and the best staff to make this walk an unforgettable experience.