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- Chachabamba - One of the Last Shelters the Incas used on Ascent to Machu Picchu
- Wiñaywayna - Archaeological Site - Means "Forever Young" in Quechua
- Incredible Views and Nature - Waterfalls, Rock Faces, Flora and Fauna
Join your hiking adventure guide for this 2-day hike that follows the same Inca Trail that the Incas used to reach Machu Picchu. On this short Inca Trail hike you will see important Inca ruins, pass by cascading waterfalls, enjoy the unique flora and fauna of the National Park, and – most importantly – tour the well-preserved citadel of Machu Picchu!
Perfect for: Everyone who wants to experience this world-famous hike, but does not have the time to hike the full 4 days or prefers not to camp. Especially good for older couples or families with little children.
Your adventure awaits!
Mama Coca Expeditions
Hi I’m Jorge, I work as a guide more than nine years in different travel agencies. My passion as a guide came when I started to organize trips between school friends, to explore Cusco and the surrounding areas where I found many interesting things that I want to share with you as my traditions, and customs of my ancestors. After high school I pursued this passion, learned English and went to a school of guides for three years to get permission as an official tour guide to leading hundreds of groups to Machu Picchu and into the Andes Mountains. Safety is always the highest priority, so I have extensive training in CPR and other skills needed for hiking adventures. All this time working as guide have taught me to see the traveler’s perspective. Along the way, I have learned how to deliver a first-class service to passionate travelers.
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