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Enjoy a 15 day hiking adventure through Bolivia and Peru, including the world famous Machu Pichu, with Herve, an IFMGA certified mountain guide.
On this 15 day adventure, we will be venturing through Peru and Bolivia. And along the way you will get to see and do so much that long after the trip is over, you will still be fondly recalling the memories.
The trip will being in Lima, Peru. From there, we will make our way to the ancient Incan capital city of Cuzco (3,400m). In Cuzco you will get the chance to not only explore the beautiful city, but to see some of the amazing nearby highlights. Those highlights include the Puka Pukara, otherwise known as the Red Fortress and the temple of the moon, and much more. From Cuzco, we will make our way to Pisac in the sacred valley and then on to Urubamba and Piscacucho. From there, you will get to enjoy the unforgettable Inca Trek that ends at the Inti Punku, otherwise known as the sun gate, which will lead you to the world renowned Machu Pichu!
After returning to Cuzco, we will then make our way to Puno in Bolivia. From Puno you will get to explore the famed Lake Titicaca and the floating islands of Uros and Taquille.
In the final part of this amazing trip, we will go to the city of La Paz. From the city, you will get to enjoy a thrilling 64 kilometre mountain bike ride down the road of death that will take you from 4,640 metres to 1,750 metres above sea level!
A trip like this is a once in a lifetime experience. And our goal is to make it as fun, as safe, and as comfortable as possible. To be a part of this journey through Peru and Bolivia, all you have to do is send us a request, and we will happily do the rest.
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Various hotels during the trek, as well as 2 nights in tents during the Inca trek.
Lima International airport
After arriving at Lima International airport, a private transfer will take you to your hotel in Miraflores, where you will stay the night.
We will take a flight to Cuzco. During the day you will get to explore the city, and at night we will stay in a hotel.
We will take a private transfer to Tambomachay, otherwise known as the Bath of the Inca. From there we will hike for approximately 4 hours to Puka Pukara otherwise known as the Red Fortress, the temple of the moon and Saqsaywaman before returning to Cuzco, where we will stay the night in a hotel.
We will take a private transfer to Pisac, where you will get to explore the nearby ruins. Afterwards, we will take a private transfer to Urubamba, where we will spend the night in a hotel.
We will start the Inca Trek from Piscacucho. We will make our way through the Warmihuanusca passage (4,215) before reaching Winay Wayna (2,650m). During the trek, we will spend the nights in tents.
We will wake up very early (4am) and go to the Inti Punku, the Sun gate. From there, you will get to admire and explore Machu Pichu during sunrise. You will also have the option to climb Huayna Pichu as well, before we go to Aguas Calientes, where we will spend the night in a hotel.
In the morning we will take a train to Ollantaytambo and then a transfer to Cuzco, where you will have the afternoon free to explore. We will spend the night in a hotel.
We will take a flight to Juliaca and then a private transfer to Puno, Bolivia. From Puno you will be able to explore Lake Titicaca, and other highlights. We will spend the night in a hotel in Puno.
We will take a private transfer to La Paz. You will get to explore the city, as well as enjoy a thrilling 64 km mountain biking trip down the road of death, as well as a 1 km zip line. We will stay in a hotel in La Paz. We will then return to Lima.
You will catch your flight home from Lima International airport.
IFMGA/UIAGM mountain guide
I come from Marseille and I found my passion for mountaineering very early, climbing Les Calanques, some mountains in the Verdon region and in the Alps. I got my IFMGA (mountain guide) certificate in 1983 and my ski instructor license in 1985.
I brought my clients on many summits of the Alps and went abroad to discover the world. I went skiing, climbing, mountaineering… in Morocco, Norway, Algeria (Hoggar), Yosemite (El Capitan) and Nepal. I discovered this passion for travelling and started to organize my first trips with my clients. In the late 80’, I went to the Annapurna Sanctuary and I did several ascents in Peru (Pisco, Yanapatcha and Huascaran). In the 90’, I did several trips in Nepal (Helambu, Langtang…).
I then kept on and further explored the world with my clients: Rolwaling traverse (Perchamo, Mera Peak Mingbo La), the summits of Yala Peak and the Yana Kanga, Patagonia (in Argentina), Manaslu tour in Nepal, Meso Kanto La, Mustang, Atacama desert in chili and many others.
I like bringing my clients mountaineering in summer and ski touring / heliskiing in winter.
Get in touch with me and let's discuss about your next guiding tour !
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Hervé est fort à l\'écoute de son client, il cerne très bien les attentes et les envies. Il est aussi très rassurant et porte une attention particulière au bien-être de chacun. Il a beaucoup d\'expérience, on sent qu\'il connaît bien la montagne et il est prudent. Enfin, il est discret et sympatique. Je le recommande vivement !
Hi Hervé, thanks for the 3 wonderful days skiing in the 3 Vallées. My family & I had a great time. You picked out the perfect runs. Hope to see you soon. Ashley.
Many thanks for 3 great days of snow powder and amazing views in the 3 vallees. Knowledgeable, cautious and takes peoples tempo and abilities into account, adapting to needs.
Great moments of fun and found some lush powder in difficult conditions.
Excellent guide. Nous avons beaucoup aimé son professionalisme et sa gentillesse.