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Giving you the best trekking Peru has to offer Everyone agrees, the Choquequirao to Machu Picchu trek is some of the best trekking Peru has to offer. Enjoy a wonderful hike through the high, isolated Andes, visiting amazing Incan ruins along the way. Don’t believe us? Read these client reviews! My Review of the Choquequirao...
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Diane Patterson completed the Choquequirao hike with a group of friends in 2012, and wrote a detailed and beautiful account of her experiences. This is definitely worth a read if you are considering hiking to Choquequirao!  Note, the campsites mentioned are different than those typically used by Apus Peru. Thank you Diane for the story...
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Choquequirao Trail Review by Scott Thompson and Megan Bishop. Scott and Megan hiked the Choquequirao trail to Machu Picchu with Apus in May of 2015. Here is what Scott had to say regarding the trek and Apus Peru’s services.    As a lead-in, I think one of the common problems with most feedback or ratings, is...
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  Choquequirao is a must see site in the Andes. See it now in relative peace and quiet before the promised Choquequirao cable car changes this route forever. Why trek to Choquequirao now? If you enjoy solitude, amazing views and the satisfaction of a strenuous trek, we recommend that you start planning your Choquequirao trek...
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Still on a high almost three months later… Are you looking for a real Peru adventure? How about the chance to visit an ancient Incan site that’s even more impressive – and less touristed – than Machu Picchu? If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, then Choquequirao is the best hike in Peru...
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Many thanks to Father and Son team Matt and Russ Wood for their photographs and our Chef Mauro and Guide Herbert for their skills along our 9 day adventurous trek from Choquequirao up to Vilcabamba including a visit to Machu Pichcu as a just reward! http://www.apus-peru.com/treks/choquequirao_machu_picchu.html We have 4 confirmed departures ready to join for this trek...
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We would like to share a photo story of our 12 day Choquequirao, Salkantay Inca Trail to Machu Picchu route, from this year at the end of March. Thanks to the fabulous Jenkins’ couple, our excellent guide Urbano (gracias por las fotos!!) and absolutely not forgetting the trek team and our chef Mauro, “the magician”. Enjoy.. For more information...
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The principal bridge on the Classic Choquequirao trek (Rosalinas bridge) was completely destroyed last week by a landslide in the Apurimac canyon. With the only other bridge access (at San Ignacio) severely damaged a couple weeks ago, (see previous blog post)  the ruins at Choquequirao are now completely inaccessible and the trekking route closed. With...
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