Enjoy Peru and Take Advantage of APEC Holidays

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Holidays given by APEC are the perfect excuse to go out and enjoy nature. We bring you a special selection of some of the best walking routes so that you can completely disconnect from the city and continue falling in love with Peru.


The apus, or sacred mountains, are an essential part of the Andean worldview and one of the most powerful elements of the sacred landscape. For 5 days we will cross the Cordillera de Vilcabamba, passing through the Nevado Humantay and Salkantay at the headwaters of the Santa Teresa Valley. We will descend into the cloud forest to later ascend to Llaqtapata Pass where we will find magnificent views of Machu Picchu from a completely different perspective. Dare to discover one of the most representative apus of the Andean worldview. Book here.


The snowfall of Ausangate, according to Incan mythology, is associated with the male energy that fertilizes the land or Pachamama. This route offers some of the most wonderful landscapes in the area of Cusco, with many birds and wildlife, glaciers, and high alpine lagoons. En route, we will pass through local villages where people dress in their typical costumes and llamas graze freely. Do not miss the opportunity to experience this magical experience. Book here.


Huaraz, or “Peruvian Switzerland” as some adventurers call it, contains one of the most beautiful circuits of the world’s highest tropical ridge. Pass under the imposing peaks of Huascaran, Alpamayo, Taulliraju, Huandoy, Chacraraju and many other mountains of Huascarán National Park. Discover the Cordilerra Blanca’s majesty. Book here.



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