Embark on an Unforgettable Journey to Choquequirao with Andean Trekking Peru

Discover the hidden jewel of the Andes with Andean Trekking Peru: Choquequirao. Nestled in Peru's lush landscapes, this ancient city remains one of the most captivating secrets of the Inca Empire. Unlike its more famous sibling, Machu Picchu, Choquequirao offers a serene and intimate encounter with history. Only accessible by foot, the journey to Choquequirao is as breathtaking as the destination itself.

Andean Trekking Peru invites you to embark on this unforgettable adventure. Our expert guides ensure a safe and enriching experience. As you trek through the magnificent Andean mountains, every step brings you closer to the mystique of Choquequirao. This lost city, often referred to as the 'Cradle of Gold', remains untouched by the crowds, allowing for a genuine exploration of its wonders.

With Choquequirao's terraces and temples sprawled across a lofty ridge, the panoramic views are unparalleled. The site's remote beauty and archaeological significance make it a must-visit for adventurers and history enthusiasts alike. Let Andean Trekking Peru be your gateway to an extraordinary expedition. Discover Choquequirao and connect with the spirit of the Incas in a way few ever do. Join us on a journey where history and adventure meet amidst the clouds.

Exploring Choquequirao

Choquequirao, often referred to as the "Sister City" of Machu Picchu, remains a hidden gem in Peru's Andean mountains. This archaeological site stands as a testament to the ingenuity of the Inca civilization. Unlike its more famous counterpart, Choquequirao offers a secluded experience. It is accessible only by a challenging trek. This journey attracts adventurers willing to experience its untouched beauty.

The trek to Choquequirao can take several days. It involves steep climbs and descents through breathtaking landscapes. Along the way, travelers encounter diverse flora and fauna. The site itself spans an impressive area. It features terraces, plazas, and temples.

Yet, much of Choquequirao remains shrouded in mystery. Researchers believe that only a fraction of the site has been uncovered. This adds an element of intrigue for visitors. They can walk among structures that have stood for centuries. Yet, they're aware that much more lies hidden beneath the jungle.


The Cultural Significance of Choquequirao

Choquequirao's cultural importance cannot be overstated. It served as a hub of Inca resistance against Spanish conquest. The site's remote location made it a strategic retreat. Here, the Incas continued their practices untouched by colonial forces. This resilience is evident in the architecture and artifacts found at Choquequirao. Many of these artifacts highlight the Inca's advanced knowledge of agriculture, astronomy, and engineering.

The terraces of Choquequirao, carved into the mountain, showcase this expertise. They allowed for efficient farming in challenging conditions. The site's layout reflects the Inca's cosmological vision. It aligns with natural and celestial markers. This underlines the deep connection between the Incas and their environment.

Choquequirao is more than an archaeological site. It is a symbol of endurance. It represents the preservation of culture against all odds. For modern visitors, it offers a unique insight into the past. It also serves as a reminder of the value of protecting such sites. Choquequirao stands as a beacon of history, culture, and natural beauty. It invites exploration and contemplation. It remains a testament to the legacy of the Inca civilization.

Journey to Choquequirao with Andean Trekking Peru

Discover the majestic beauty of Choquequirao, the hidden gem of the Andes, with Andean Trekking Peru. Our expertly guided treks offer an unforgettable adventure to this ancient Inca city, often hailed as Machu Picchu's sister site.

Choquequirao remains less traversed, promising an authentic experience away from crowds. Andean Trekking Peru ensures a journey not just to a destination, but through history itself. Our guides are knowledgeable about the site's rich cultural heritage. They bring to life the stories of the Incas who built this remarkable place.

Our treks to Choquequirao are carefully designed. They cater to adventurers of varying skill levels. Whether you are a seasoned trekker or a curious explorer, we have the perfect itinerary for you. We prioritize safety, comfort, and environmental responsibility on all our journeys. This ensures a trek that's not only memorable but also respects the natural beauty of the Andes.


Why Choose Andean Trekking Peru for Your Adventure?

Embarking on a trek to Choquequirao with Andean Trekking Peru is choosing an experience of a lifetime. We pride ourselves on providing an unmatched journey to this secluded Inca site. Our small group sizes guarantee personalized attention and a closer bond with nature. This allows you to truly immerse in the breathtaking landscapes and the tranquility of Choquequirao.

With Andean Trekking Peru, logistics are the last thing on your mind. We handle all arrangements from quality camping gear to delicious, nutritious meals. This lets you focus on the adventure. Our commitment to sustainable tourism means your trek to Choquequirao also contributes to the preservation of this historical wonder.

Furthermore, our experienced guides ensure that your journey is not just a trek but a deep dive into the history and culture of the Incas. Choose Andean Trekking Peru for your next adventure. Discover Choquequirao and carry back stories and memories that last a lifetime. With us, the lost city of the Incas is not just a destination. It's an experience that echoes in the heart of every traveler.




Visit the last city of the Incas, Choquequirao, known as the sister mountain of Machu Picchu, made up of buildings and terraces distributed on different levels, which form a platform with an approximate area of 150 square meters.

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Tour details

  • Tour Type Explore
  • Price 40$ - 100$
  • Categories Destination
  • Capital Cusco
  • Language Spanish. Quechua
  • Currency SOL
  • Time Zone UTC-5
  • Drives on the Left
  • Calling code + 51