Highlands Multisport to Machu Picchu 8-Day

Daily Tour 8 days
Peru Machu Picchu, Cusco and Sacred Valley


Dive into this soft adventure, testing your skills and challenge your limits in the highlands multisport that offers the chance to experience many activities as white water rafting on the Vilcanota river, mountain biking in Chinchero, hiking out-of-the-way around several archaeological sites rarely visited by outsiders to finally reach the impressive Machu Picchu citadel.

Why to choose Culturandes Travel & Adventure for this Highlands Multisport?

Are you looking for unforgettable memories during this Highlands Multisport?

Culturandes Travel & Adventure help you to fulfill your dream of having an unforgettable trip without any stress and unexpected situations with:

  • Reliable and high level services
  • Certified Peruvian tour operator
  • Safe transport according to the highest standards
  • Adequate equipment for the activity
  • Detailed and personalized information prior to the trip
  • 24 hour support during your trip
  • Excellent official local guides who will be the star of your trip

We are experts in private and customized tours all around Peru, ask our expert travel advisors to upgrade your experience with additional activities and extensions.



  • Wander the capital of the Inca Empire with your guide.
  • Take a horseback ride around archeological sites.
  • Learn how to cook some of the finest cuisine in the world with local chefs.


  • Appreciate a weaving demonstration in the historic Inca town of Chinchero.
  • Learn about indigenous medicinal plants and see the ancestral way of life of Andean People.


  • Discover this beautiful Lake located southeast of Chinchero surrounded by amazing snow peak mountains and valleys. It sits at 12,500 feet/3,800 meters.


  • Explore the archaeological site known as “Little Cusco”, that lies at an elevation of 3,600 meters (11,800 feet).


  • Enjoy a leisurely train ride to Machu Picchu and visit “The Lost City of the Incas”
  • Climb Huayna Picchu or walk to the Sun Gate to sample breathtaking views of Machu Picchu and the surrounding area.



After clearing customs, walk across the sky bridge to the comfortable Costa Del Sol Wydham Hotel to check in for the evening.

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After the short flight to Cusco, take some time to relax and adjust to the altitude. Next, it’s time to take a private guided walking tour to see and experience Cusco first hand. Your perfect English-speaking guide will help you explore and discover the Inca capital. Wander through this city of terra-cotta roofs, cobblestone streets, colorful markets and visit the stunning bohemian area of San Blas to meet the locals and take in some of the key sites in Cusco as well as some off the beaten track.

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Breakfast, lunch

We will drive from your hotel to the South where we will pump the raft and receive our gear and safety briefing. After a period of training we will board our rafts and start the descent by the Vilcanota river. We will cross a narrow canyon with some class II-III rapids. The scenery is beautiful and will give us the chance to see villagers working on their crops, fishermen and Andean wild birds. After our picnic lunch, we return to Cusco.

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Breakfast, Lunch, dinner

Today, we rise early for our active day, with a 45 journey by car to the village of Chinchero. Chinchero is a town made up by several communities and whose main income comes from textiles and tourism.

Here we can partake in a weaving demonstration, learn about indigenous medicinal plants and see the ancestral way of life of Andean People.  Enjoy your time with the local people of Peru, after this you will ascend to Allpachaca, at 12,000 feet elevation; where we begin our mountain bike tour.  We will ride for about 3-4 hours, up and down past beautiful Piuray Lake and the local farms and villages until we reach the community of Tauca (12,664 feet) we will have lunch there and , settled into your community campsite where you will stay for the night. In the evening feel free to take a walk around the community to meet some of the locals.

Overnight camping.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

After breakfast in Camp site, we begin our trek to the Queñua Sundur Valley.  Today’s Peru hiking tour totals 8 miles in length, and our gear is carried by horses. Along the way, we will visit several archaeological sites rarely visited by outsiders including Kinsa Salayo.  Enjoy sensational views of the Sacred Valley and the Urubamba Mountains with their impressive glaciers.  We will camp tonight near Huchuy Qosqo.  Our guides will set up camp and make dinner for us as we relax and enjoy the sites of the ruins of Huchuy Qosqo, known as “Little Cusco.”

Overnight camping.

Breakfast, lunch

Rising early, we will explore the ruins of Huchuy Qosqo with our guides.  This “Little Cusco” is inaccessible by public road, making it one of the least visited major ruins in the area.  After exploring the ruins, we will hike down to Lamay (approximately 3 miles), descending into the Sacred Valley.  On the trail to Lamay we will see towering Andean peaks and smaller ruins in the distance.  Our driver will be waiting for us at the end of the trail to take us to the train station in Ollantaytambo. The train follows the Urubamba River as it tumbles its way towards the Amazon and the sacred city of Machu Picchu.  We arrive to Machu Picchu Pueblo (formerly called Aguas Calientes) to relax, enjoy dinner (the trout fillets are delicious), and prepare for our Machu Picchu tours tomorrow.

Visit the bars along the railroad tracks to share stories with some of the hikers who successfully completed the Inca Trail, or end your fantastic day relaxing the muscles in the hot springs.


If you do want to see the beautiful scenery and ancient buildings of Machu Picchu, book your trip early. The Peruvian government has placed a limit on the number of people allowed to hike the trails to the citadel per day. Be sure to book your tickets well in advance. The high season tends to book up quickly!


Take the option of a full day Inca Trail or the 4 days Inca Trail trekking.


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The “Lost City of the Incas” is one of the most spectacular and breathtaking places on earth and a place that retains its mystery, charm and mystical attractive, despite its enormous popularity. Exploring the place remains an exciting experience, especially at sunrise, when the scenic rays of light spread over the Andean peaks.

We drive up to the ruins in time for the opening and savor the views and the atmosphere as the light changes as the sun rises. We have the rest of the morning to explore the ruins with your guide and perhaps walk up the famous Inca Trail to the ‘Gateway of The Sun’ (Inti Punku) or hike the Huayna Picchu Mountain for the best view of Machu Picchu. During the afternoon we descend from the archeological site to the railway station, and embark on the afternoon train, which slowly winds its way through the Andean countryside to Ollantaytambo where we transfer to our vehicle for the drive back to our hotel in Cusco. (the hiking permits for Huayna Picchu are not included, please ask our staff if you would like to include it, remember that it sell out in advance).

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Transfer to the airport


Ask our experts about an extension to the beautiful Lake Titicaca, the enigmatic Amazon or the mysterious Nazca lines.

Ask our experts travel advisors to complete your trip including the impressive citadel of Machu Picchu, the challenging Inca Trail, a visit to the impressive Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, the majestic Colca Canyon, the mysterious Nazca lines or the enigmatic jungle or the Kingdom of the Chachapoyas.


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