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Salkantay

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The Salkantay (meaning “wild” in Quechua) Trek is truly spectacular, with breathtaking views of Cusco second highest mountain; The Apu (Andean deity) Salkantay. The word Salkantay, meaning “wild” in the Quechua language, is truly a spectacular trek full of breathtaking views of the second highest mountain in Cusco, the Apu (Andean deity) Salkantay. He plans to camp at the base of the Salkantay, taking in the energy of the sacred protector, enjoying the company of hummingbirds and butterflies and traversing in the highlands of the jungle. This is an extreme walk that connects with the natural beauty of the Peruvian mountain range, introduces you to the mysteries of the Inca culture and takes you to enjoy the majestic beauty of Machu Picchu.

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OVERVIEW

The Salkantay (meaning “wild” in Quechua) Trek is truly spectacular with stunning views of Cusco second highest mountain; the Apu (andean deity) Salkantay. The word Salkantay, meaning “wild” in the Quechua language, is truly a spectacular trek complete with stunning views of Cusco’s second highest mountain, the Apu (Andean deity) Salkantay. Plan to camp at Salkantay’s base, taking in the energy of the sacred protector, enjoying the company of hummingbirds and butterflies and traversing into the high jungle areas. This is a trek of extremes connects you with the natural beauty of the Peruvian Andes, introduces you to the mysteries of the Inca culture and brings you to enjoy the majestic beauty of Machu Picchu.


 

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