Lares Trek to Machupicchu is the best alternative trekking route if you miss the permits for the classic Inca Trail to Machupicchu; The trek, doesn’t require permits – for now; it takes you far off the beaten track to where you can meet and interact with members of traditional Andean communities. You will learn all about life in these isolated villages, become familiar with their culture and traditions, and even visit a local school.
Our 4-day Lares Trek to Machu Picchu is also outstandingly beautiful, combining the majestic Andean mountains with spectacular ice glaciers, piercingly blue glacial lakes, stunning waterfalls, and countless llamas and alpacas. You´ll finish your trekking holiday exploring the wonder of the world – Machupicchu.
The 4-days Lares Trek is exceptional and rewarding Trekking holiday in Peru. It is truly one of the world’s beautiful hikes, not just in nature but in its culture and variety of ethnic groups inhabiting it. Compared to trekking in other sites of the country, this offers better serviced trekking route, making trekking easy and comfortable for you. Though if you are not inclined to stay long time in the mountains and want a more remote experience there are limitless opportunities for camping and fully self-supported remote trekking Peru.
The Lares Trek in Peru has captured the imaginations of mountaineers and explorers from more than 20 years. The lifestyle and habits of the inhabitants of the mountain regions has not changed for generations, the village people offer a huge sense of hospitability and welcome to trekkers and mountaineers a like, its often form the people that trekkers take there fondest memories.
At Lares Trek we offer enjoyable camping sites with fascinating views. To complement a lifetime trek, we will explore the lost city of the Incas Machu Picchu. This trip will reward you with an intriguing combination of mountains capes and History. The Trail here is a less travelled but equally rewarding and challenging alternative to the Classic Inca Trail.
One of the biggest parts of your trekking experience is your guide. Your local guide will be everything to you along the trek and for most people lifelong friendships are formed with their guides and the guide’s families. Peru is a country of friendly people belonging to many different ethnic groups, each having their own variety of culture, religion, festivals and castes etc.
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