Machu Picchu Sites Are Now Open
Peruvian government opened Machu Picchu November 1, 2020 to the general public. Having limited permits per day is the first step towards returning to the good old days at the World Wonder.
Short 2 Day Inca Trail Treks Are Open
The government re-opened the short Inca trail 2D/1N with hotel November 1, 2020. This option is being operated as usual and requires that everyone travels with a licensed tour operator like Alpaca Expeditions. In order to get to the trailhead, you will need to catch a train from Ollantaytambo to Km 104. This train ticket is included on our itinerary.
Rainbow Mountain Is Open
The famous rainbow mountain re-opened November 15, 2020 and can be booked with us. This trek will be a full day and will include both breakfast and lunch cooked by our trekking chef using all the safety protocols.
Cusco, Sacred Valley & More Places Are Open
Different museums and archeological sites have been opened to the public in different cities of Peru. All of these are following the needed safety protocols and also asking for a sign-up done prior to your visit to be able to enter.
Cusco’s archeological sites are open to the public and guided tours to these locations are available. These are located around: Cusco (Sacsayhuamán), South Valley (Tipón, Pikillacta) and Sacred Valley (Ollantaytambo, Pisaq and Chinchero).
Opens April 1, 2021. All Salkantay treks are going.
Opens April 1, 2021. All lares Treks Are going and Book Now.