The best Adventurous Trekking Packages in Santiago that would heat you up?

by Peru PathTravel Path Travel

Being the capital of Chile, Santiago has become one of the best holiday destinations among the tourists prominently. People’s Love for trekking make the tourist spots more attractive and the holiday planning business more demanding. If you, as an adventurer, want to embrace the authenticity of nature and want to get submerged in the alive Peruvian culture at least once you must experience the treks in Peru. Only with the help of one of the best tourism packages you can explore the off-beaten places and discover uncouth spots even in the popular exploration avoiding crowds. The tour guides here are so experienced and passionate about the heritage that they always introduce travelers to their culture and daily lifestyle proudly.

  Hiking in Cusco:


4 days Lares trek to Machu Picchu is one of the best popular hiking trips here. In this journey, your eyes can be pleased with the landscape views of forests and crystal lakes. You can get a chance to get familiar with the people of Cuncany village, where you can sleep under the starriest part of the sky. Be it any time of the year, here a group of two to ten people while hiking 23 miles can enjoy such things :


·          Views of Colque Cruze peak

·          Llamas and alpacas

·          Urubamba Mountain ranges

·          The traditional taste of the Peruvian food

·          Beautiful Cascades and stream

Read also: Salkantay Trek: how to reach Machu Picchu on foot


              High Altitude Hiking:


Mainly, there are two seasons that prevails over Cusco- 1) Dry season 2) Rainy season. Most of the tourists, as well as the guides, suggest going for Ausangate Trek to Rainbow mountain, that normally stays for 4 days and 3 nights at any time between March to December. February is the worst time to trek due to heavy rainfall and warm temperature. This 70 kilometers hike can be moderate physical challenge to some people. The main highlights of the trek are –


·          Beautiful visual scenery of Colourful Rainbow mountain

·          Amazing snow peaks of Ausangate

·          Grassland

·          Wonderful Red hill

·          Glaciers and mountain lakes

·          Interaction with local people of some isolated group


             Camping on Trail:


 If you want to consider a unique and different path to Machu Picchu, then you should go for Inca quarry trek for four  days. The trip is a new kind of adventure as well as cultural immersion specially launched for the people who are unable to book the Classic Inca Trail. Tourists can visit places any time in the year.In the 16 miles hiking journey you can be able to appreciate all the individual beauties of Inca. Such as –


·          Sacred Valley

·          Snowy pinnacle Veronica Mountain

·          Waterfalls of Soqma

·          The texture of Cloud Forest

·          Lush vegetation

·          Exploration of native Flora and Fauna

·          The great taste of  traditional food and

In all the above journeys no person aged less than eight years is allowed by the tourism departments for safety. You would be happy to know that great hospitality is offered here by the companies to satisfy the customers in exchange for what they pay for.

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