The Sacred Valley is favored by a temperate climate and a rich variety of cultures organized mostly on sidewalks. It is in this region where one of the best qualities of corn is exported country in the world is produced. Surrounded by magnificent snow-capped peaks, numerous hot springs along valley, still are fed by volcanic activity. Accompanied by some ruins, the path leads to the most famous archeological remains of Peru – Machu Picchu.
This four-day trek through the Lares Valley will take us through small high Andean communities that are still surviving through his days like their ancestors did hundreds of years ago. Most of the inhabitants of this beautiful valley are native potato farmers and breeders of alpacas from which we extract the softest fibers, responsible for these magnificent ponchos, scarves, bags, etc. The coexistence with the inhabitants of these valleys will make give us realize how important it is to commune with nature. This trail is less well known that the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and less frequented by tourists which gives us high expectations of making a pleasant visit.
Lares to Machu Picchu is an excellent way to see the Andean landscape, with valleys, rivers, pristine lakes, waterfalls, forests queuñas and know the way of life in the Andes. In addition to hiking in the Andes, the program connects with a visit to one of the Wonders of the World Machu Picchu.