Michael Brawn

  • The Inca Trail got used as a communication system for the Incas to run from one place to another in the humongous Inca Empire which stretched from southern Colombia to the north of Argentina. There are different Inca trails to hike, but this one is the most famous Inca trail and it will take you from Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu which is one of…[Read more]

  • Short on time? We can work with your schedule to provide you the same experience in a shorter time! This is simply the second half of the four day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2 Days — We will take you by bus and train to the starting point of the trek and then make our way by foot to the town of Aguas Calientes at Machu Picchu’s base. The two-day…[Read more]

  • The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days route is along hand-hewn stone stairs and trails through sumptuous mountain scenery and amazing cloud forest, past rushing rivers and dozens of Inca ruins. The zone is inhabited by rare orchids, 419 species of birds, and even the indigenous spectacled bear. The trek begins at Qorihuayrachina near Ollant…[Read more]

  • Classic 4 day Inca Trail hike to Machu Picchu is our top tour rated hike, Walking Inca Trail 4 days 3 nights with Explore wich is Peru’s most sought-after trek for its breathtaking panoramas, vast ecological diversity, and well-preserved archeological sites. It is trekking 4 days along the original ancient stone Inca path, we traverse high…[Read more]

  • Michael Brawn posted an update 1 month ago

    Inca Trail to Machu Picchu on the mountains, in a scenic road Andean indescribable beauty that runs along the days of this adventure, archaeological sites which can only be reached by it, that’s the Inca Trail. With capacit-controlled visitors per month and per year, no unwanted visitor traverse.

  • Michael Brawn posted an update 1 month ago

    The Classic Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu is famous for being one of the world’s ten best hikes! Walk in the footsteps of the Inca as you discover astonishing ecological diversity and a wealth of archeological treasures. The Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary covers 32,952 acres and is home to a network of Inca trails, scores of archeological s…[Read more]

  • The Inca Trail
    is the most famous hike in South America. Although the total distance is only about 39km, the ancient trail laid
    by the Incas from the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu winds its way up and down, and around
    the mountains, snaking over three high Andean passes en route, which has collectively led to the route being dubbed the
    Inca…[Read more]

  • Going on our Rainbow Mountain Tour is definitely the best way to reach this popular attraction. This wonderful array of colors is the product of natural mineral deposits, and, as you climb the path to the highest altitude, you’ll see the most colorful mountain in PeruVinicunca Mountain might take your breath away, but it is one of those memo…[Read more]

  • Rainbow Mountain Cusco This Mountain’s amazing colorations are due to the mineral content of the soil and to the effect of erosion on the sedimentary rocks of the hillsides. This is why it is called the magical 7 Color Mountain. Nowadays every traveler wants to experience this alternative adventure by climbing up the most colorful mountain in t…[Read more]

  • Vinicunca Cusco, also called The Mountain of 7 Colors or Rainbow Mountain Cusco. It is a new tourist attraction near Cusco, Peru, located in the province of Quispicanchis.
    Forgotten by everyone until a few years ago, it has now become very popular. And the best part is that you can visit it in one day.

    According to locals, this mountain and the…[Read more]

  • The Rainbow Mountain Trek is a stunning trek through the wildest and rarely visited areas in Peru. Traversing the “Cordillera Vilcanota”; the trek takes hikers over several high passes, down into low alpine valleys and through traditional Peruvian villages. You’ll see snowcapped peaks, herds of llamas, glaciers and turquoise lakes, all set within…[Read more]

  • Salkantay Peru Trek is surrounded by a marvelous landscape full of color, with an exuberant Amazon jungle which shelters diverse flora and fauna. Its vegetation includes more than 200 orchid species, and large ancient trees such as queñual, walnut and cedar. It is also a place to observe birds and mammals such as the Andean Condor, the Cock…[Read more]

  • The Inca Trail is the most famous hike in South America. Although the total distance is only about 39 km, the ancient trail laid by the Incas from the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu winds its way up and down and around the mountains, snaking over three high Andean passes en route, which has collectively led to the route being dubbed‚ "The Inca T…[Read more]

  • Enjoy the natural colors of the stunning Rainbow Mountain Peru, hiking through a beautiful Andean valley, in which you may interact with the local people who are still keeping traditional Quechua culture alive! You will see snow capped peaks, herds of alpaca, glaciers, and birds of prey, all set within an incredibly colorful mountain range. The Ra…[Read more]

  • Michael Brawn posted an update 2 months ago

    Rainbow Mountain Peru has become one of the Top Destinations in South America. Actually, it is one of the most popular destinations in the whole world. The Quechua name of Rainbow Mountain is Winicunca, but it is more well known as Vinicunca Mountain or Rainbow Mountain. It is one of the most spectacular mountains in the Ausangate group.

  • Experience the sunrise behind this New Seven Wonder Machu Picchu is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, and it’s no surprise why. It’s a fascinating and incredible ancient site built upon a hillside in the Andes. There aren’t many other places on this planet that can conjure up the feelings you’ll experience when you step inside and witness…[Read more]

  • The Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is an alternative to the Inca Trail. It is considered by most to be the best alternative route. We think it’s the best route! Not only because of the rampant beauty you will encounter, but also because of the lack of people. Because it is more rugged and remote, the Salkantay Trek is significantly less populated…[Read more]

  • Visiting Machu Picchu is travelling to traditions, experiences, beliefs, and knowledge of the Incas; a millenary, and enigmatic culture, and attracting to our eyes. Walking through its Inca walls built with large stones that fit perfectly together without mortar; appreciating the Intihuatana or “solar watch” perfect sample of the Andean Cos…[Read more]

  • Machu Picchu, “The Lost City of the Incas” and one of the current seven wonders of the World is located 130 kilometres northwest of Cusco, in the Urubamba province, at the top of a mountain of the same name and surrounded by an abyss of slightly over 400 meters that forms the Urubamba River’ canyon.

  • Salkantay Trek is a passionate team of travel specialists who boast a reputation for delivering premium travel experiences to places like Salkantay Mountain, the Inca Trail, Choquequirao, Huchuy Qosqo, the Lares Trek, and Rainbow Mountain.

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