La ciudad del Cusco está situado 3400 m 11.154 pies sobre el nivel del mar, en el límite superior del nivel ecológico Quechua, el escenario perfecto para el desarrollo de las actividades agrícolas como medio de sostenimiento de una civilización como los Incas, que ejerce su control y la influencia sobre casi toda América del sur.
El Albergue está convenientemente ubicado a solo dos horas del aeropuerto de Puerto Maldonado dentro de la reserva privada de la Comunidad Nativa de Infierno, por esa razón, ofrece amplias oportunidades para observar la vida silvestre, desde Monos Aulladores hasta Loros y Nutrias Gigantes , y para descubrir el antiguo patrimonio de la Comunidad Nativa Ese – Eja de Infierno.
The city of Cusco is located 3400 m/ 11,154 ft above sea level. The history of the city of Cusco goes back to pre-Inca times; when the Incas arrived in the region they found a functioning city, called Akhamama, referring to “chicha de maíz” or corn beer, an ancient drink which has always accompanied Andean man.
Fly into Cusco and hit the ground running with this program. Spend the first four days covering the whole of Cusco and then head over to Puerto Maldonado and the Rainforest for a further four days of activities and excitement. Cusco was the capital of the Inca Empire (13th century-1532). Many believe that the city was planned as an effigy in the shape of a puma, a sacred animal.
This tour takes you through the differing cultures that the country has to offer. We start with a cultural tour of Cusco, learning about all the history that it has to offer. Visiting the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu we will cover all of the main areas in order to have the full experience
This tour is for those who wish to see the whole of Peru in just over two weeks. We plan this entire itinerary for your ease and the simplicity of seeing as many places during your trip to Peru.
Salar de Uyuni, located in the Andes in southwest Bolivia, is the world’s largest salt flat. It’s the legacy of a prehistoric lake that went dry, leaving behind a desertlike, nearly 11,000-sq.-km. landscape of bright-white salt, rock formations and cacti-studded islands.
La Paz, in Bolivia, is the highest administrative capital in the world, resting on the Andes’ Altiplano plateau at more than 3,500m above sea level. It stretches to El Alto city in the highlands, with snow-capped, 6,438m-high Mt. Illimani as its backdrop. The city’s dramatic setting can be taken in during rides on Mi Teleférico, the aerial cable car system.