Ausangate Trekking Tours

Ausangate trek tours to Machu Picchu & Rainbow Mt. With Peru’s #1 Tour Operator

Ausangate Hiking Tours  From 2 to 16 Days Hiking Tours?

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Ausangate Trek Tours in Peru is a remote and challenging trek in the Vilcanota Mountain range that features spectacular scenes of soaring mountains, picturesque villages, and lakes, it is a less crowded Trail also you can include rainbow mountain Tours or day trip from Cusco in Your Itinerary.

While the Inca Trail is crowded and typically booked far in advance, this trek is a flexible and adventurous way to explore the Andean landscapes around Cusco.

We offer different tour circuits in Ausangate Trek, with tour durations ranging from two to sixteen days. The top tour categories in Ausangate Trek are trekking, sightseeing natural landmarks, and exploring cultural, religious, and historic sites. Out of the nine trips in Ausangate Trek, three are private tours and six are group tours. Our Ausangate Trek tours are offered by qualified and hand-picked local Tour guides, with each trip coming with a best-price guarantee and no added hidden fees.

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Hiking, Camping, Photography, Wildlife.
Inca TrailMap


Embark on an exhilarating adventure along the legendary Inca Trail that leads you to the awe-inspiring Machu Picchu. Our beautifully illustrated Inca Trail map provides all the details you need – from daily stats to hidden campsites and more! Join us for a journey of a lifetime.

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Ausangate trek 4 Days


Price: 840 USD Per Person

Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights Group Size: 16 Max Physical Rating: Challenging The typical Ausangate trek begins at the start of the Vilcanota mountain range and covers around 70km in a loop around Ausangate. This trek typically takes 5 days and 4 nights of moderately challenging hiking. However, for those with limited time, there is an option to complete the traditional loop in just 4 days.
Rainbow Mountain Peru

Rainbow Mountain &nRed Valley full Day Tour 1 Day

Price from $60 USD 8+pp

DURATION: 1 D GROUP SIZE: We Arrange groups up to 2 hikers PHYSICAL RITE: Challenging The Vinicunca or Rainbow Mountain is one of the most magnificent attractions in all of Peru and is Part Ausangate Trek Tours full day. This geological wonder is truly captivating, with its mesmerizing rows of golden and turquoise sediments that create a stunning pattern high up on an Andean mountainside. It’s located about three hours southeast of downtown Cusco and can only be accessed by foot, but the full-day journey is definitely worth it!
7 Lagoons Day Tour

7 Laggons Ausangate Trek One DayTour

DURATION: 1 Day GROUP SIZE: We Arrange groups up to 2 hikers PHYSICAL RITE: Moderate When it comes to exploring Cusco, many tour operators offer similar attractions. However, if you choose to join or book with us, you’ll have the chance to discover new Andean paths and embark on an exciting adventure. Our full-day excursion to the 7 lagoons of Ausangate Trek is a must-see, boasting breathtaking scenery, majestic mountains, and stunning colored lagoons in shades of turquoise, blue, green, and even reddish hues. Not only that, but you’ll also have the opportunity to learn about the unique Andean flora and fauna, including Alpacas, Vizcachas, and Cóndors. Come experience the beauty of Cusco like never before with us.
Salkantay Trekking Tour 5 Days


DURATION: 7 Days / 6 Nights
GROUP SIZE: We Arrange groups up to 2 hikers
PHYSICAL RITE: Challenging
This 7-day trek to Machu Picchu offers tourists the chance to enjoy a combination of both the Salkantay Trek and the Inca Trail. You’ll explore a spectacular array of landscapes, from the snow-capped peaks of the Andes to the lush subtropical forests around Machu Picchu.

Along the way, you’ll take in incredible views and have plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife in its natural habitat. From crossing ancient Inca ruins to discovering hidden villages filled with friendly locals.

Hiking Trail To Machu Picchu

5 DAY INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU – Recommended for Families & Friend

DURATION: 5 Days / 4 Nights
GROUP SIZE: We Arrange groups up to 2 hikers
PHYSICAL RITE: Challenging
Experience the awe-inspiring Inca Trail Hike to Machu Picchu! Embark on a 5-day/4-night adventure through the breathtaking Andes. Take your time, Hike on your own steps, and immerse yourself in the wonders of this magnificent journey. Don’t miss out on this incredible experience!

Lares Trek


DURATION: 4 Days / 3 Nights
GROUP SIZE: We Arrange groups up to 2 hikers
PHYSICAL RITE: Challenging
The true essence of the Lares Trek as you hike through fascinating farming villages devoid of modern amenities. Engage with the local Quechua children and immerse yourself in the authentic lifestyle of the Inca descendants. This trek not only allows you to stamp a real connection but also offers you the opportunity to explore the best parts of the classic Inca trail, culminating at the Sun Gate of Machu Picchu.


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Up for an Epic Adventure: Everything You Must Know!

This adventure raises many questions for visitors planning to do this incredible hiking trail. Find out how to do the walk, when is the best time to go, when is the worst time to go, what are its rules, its prohibitions, and much more. Go ahead and take one of the best walks in the world! LEARN ABOUT: The Inca Trail Porters
Inca Trail Dry season

From April to October the days are sunnier and with little chance of rain. For many, it is the best time to hike to Machu Picchu. Sunny days favor getting the best photos on the route. May, June, and July are the driest months but with the coldest temperatures at night.

Rainy Season Inca Trail
From November to March, it usually rains more frequently. Some tourists are uncomfortable. Others enjoy the beautiful landscapes that the rain brings. The rains can cause slipping on the road so you must walk carefully. January, February, and March are the rainiest months so the necessary precautions should be taken.
Closing in February
February is the rainiest month so the authorities decide to close the Inca Trail for safety and to carry out maintenance work on the route. During that month tourists can be encouraged to do other alternative hiking routes such as the Lares trek, the Huchuy Qosqo trek, or the Choquequirao trek.
Camps Sites

The camps for each night are those of Huayllabamba, Pacaymayo, and Wiñayhuayna (or Phuyupatamarca). All are well-equipped for tourists. The authorities have chosen these places for the security of landslides etc. Tour agencies include you all the necessary comfort to spend the night.

During the Inca Trail, it is forbidden to damage the Inca buildings. Tourists should not carry knives, fuel, drones, firearms, and more. Remember that damaging the heritage of the Incas is considered a serious crime by the Peruvian authorities. Let’s take care of the historic Inca Trail and preserve it for the future!
The Sun Gate
On the last day of hiking, tourists arrive at Machu Picchu through the Intipunku (Puerta del Sol). This first panoramic view is an incredible experience difficult to forget. The Intipunku was a construction of walls, windows, and enclosures where the rays of the sun reached each summer solstice.
Inca Trail Reservation
The Inca Trail is considered one of the best hiking trails on the planet. However, it only has about 500 spaces available per day. Due to this, the reservation of the tour must be made online through a tourism agency 6 or 7 months in advance. Otherwise, you will not find free spaces.
Your Day Backpack

The Inca Trail, carry a backpack weighing max 5 kilos. Pack essentials: sleeping bag (not included), trekking poles (not included), phone batteries, camera, clothes, water, snacks, hat, sunblock, mosquito repellent, personal hygiene items, and medication.

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Planning a hike on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu? Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about the trek, Such as When Is The Best Time To Visit Machu Pichcu? with answers from our expert Tour Leaders. Whether you’re looking for information on permits, what to pack, or how difficult the trail is, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading to learn more!

Ausangate Mountain:

  • The towering Ausangate Mountain is the centerpiece of the trek, standing at an impressive elevation of 6,384 meters (20,945 feet).
  • The mountain’s snow-capped peaks, rugged cliffs, and glacial formations provide a breathtaking backdrop throughout the trek.
  • Witnessing the sunrise or sunset casting a golden glow on Ausangate is a truly magical experience.

Rainbow Mountain (Vinicunca):

  • Ausangate region is home to the famous Rainbow Mountain, known for its vibrant and multicolored striped formations.
  • Trekking to Rainbow Mountain offers a surreal and otherworldly experience, as you hike amidst the colorful mineral deposits and geological wonders.
  • Standing at the viewpoint, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the vibrant mountain landscape.

Pristine Glacial Lakes:

  • Ausangate Trek takes you past numerous glacial lakes with mesmerizing hues of turquoise and deep blue.
  • These pristine lakes, such as Lake Ausangatecocha and Lake Jatuncocha, are nestled among the mountains, creating a tranquil and picturesque setting.
  • Take a moment to rest and absorb the serene beauty of these high-altitude lakes.

Unique Wildlife and Flora:

  • The Ausangate region is home to a diverse range of wildlife and flora, adapted to the harsh mountain environment.
  • Keep an eye out for Andean camelids like alpacas, llamas, and vicuñas grazing on the high-altitude grasslands.
  • You may also spot soaring Andean condors, hummingbirds, and other bird species in the area.

Traditional Andean Villages:

  • Ausangate Trek offers opportunities to visit and interact with traditional Andean communities along the way.
  • Experience the local culture, witness their way of life, and learn about ancient traditions and rituals that have been preserved for centuries.
  • Engaging with the locals provides a deeper understanding of the region’s rich cultural heritage.

Remote and Pristine Landscapes:

  • Ausangate Trekking Tour takes you through remote and untouched landscapes, far from the tourist crowds.
  • Trekking along pristine valleys, traversing mountain passes, and crossing vast grasslands, you’ll feel a sense of awe and solitude in the unspoiled nature surrounding you.

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