It is a great alternative that you should not miss. The best of the natural beauty just at your feet..
Live a marvellous experience just by visiting one of the architectural jewels of the great Inca Empire, and extraordinary place built 3033 meters above sea level by the imposing chain of the Andes. In comparison to the very popular Inca Trail, the hike of Choquequirao trek will take you to remote villages, a valley with a lot of vegetation and waterfalls that lead to the edge of the magical Apurimac River. Choquequirao Trek, which means “gold cradle” in quechua, is an enigmatic archeological complex that today is an important attraction for anyone who has the soul of an explorer. We encourage you to be part of this great adventure, to live one of the most fascinating experiences in the land of the Incas. Its greatest importance, researchers argue that the archaeological complex of Choquequirao Trek, was a religious, political and economic center as well as being a commercial and cultural link between the coast, highlands and the jungle. Choquequirao Trek is one of the most important Inca archaeological sites which contains large terraces, platforms, ceremonial plazas, temples, reservoirs, fountains and it’s connected by long staircases and an important road network channels. The importance of the Choquequirao Trek lies not only in its historical, cultural and archaeological value, but also in the variety of flora and fauna that can be seen in this place as the spectacled bear,the condor, and the varietyvof butterflies and birds.
When to visit? Because of its geographical position in which it is located, Choquequirao has warm weather, alternating with cold temperatures at night. The average annual temperature is 16 ° C. You can visit throughout the year, but it is necessary to know that there are two distinct rainy seasons during the months of December to March and drought from April to November which we recommend the most to visit and observe in detail this beautiful tourist attraction.