Humantay Lake Full day

From USD $50.00 per person

At Humantay Lake Full Day you can find spectacular scenery with exotic flora and fauna along this trek adventure you will find beautiful valleys and snow-capped mountains and one of the most important and sacred lake.

Humantay Lake Full day

Pick up from your hotel, we will begin our adventure towards Lake Humantay with a 4 hours private transportation to Soraypampa (3850 masl).

Soraypampa is the camp for the first day of the Salkantay Trek. In Soraypampa we will have a delicious breakfast to start our day before starting our trek. In Soraypampa we will begin our trek to Humantay Lake (4200 masl) with beautiful views and if the sky is clear enough, we can even see the impressive Apus Salcantay and Humantay (The Apus are the spirits of the mountains).

It is a 1.5 hour walk to the lake with a low to moderate difficulty, but it will be more than worth it when you see the magical view. It is also possible to rent a horse in its place. We will have enough time to take photos, bring an offer to the Apus, and for the true bravest; Swim in the lake when it’s sunny! After some free time, we will begin our descent to Soraypampa of approximately 1.5 hours, which is much easier than climbing. In Soraypampa we will wait for lunch and after a bit of rest we will return to Cusco where we will arrive at 6:00 pm

Humantay Lake Full day


  • Transport to/from Soraypampa
  • 1 Breakfast
  • Professional English/Spanish speaking guide
  • 1 Lunch.
  • First aid kit and oxygen tank.
  • Vegetarian options / special diet available


Route on Google Maps

Perú Destinations

Peru Destinations 

1. Machu Picchu
Iconic, 15th-century Inca citadel
Hot springs, hiking
2. Lima
Sprawling coastal capital known for food
3. Cusco
Inca capital, with archaeological sites
4. Arequipa
Baroque colonial city among 3 volcanoes
5. Iquitos
Peruvian Amazon & rubber boom landmarks
6. Puno
Lake Titicaca & folk festivals
7. Trujillo
Beaches, orchestra, culture, ballet, museums
8. Colca Canyon
Deep canyon & home to giant condors
9. Nazca Lines
Pre-Columbian petroglyphs in Nazca Desert
10. Cajamarca
Mining, history, corpus christi, hot springs, culture
11. Huaraz
Highland city near Cordillera Blanca
12. Máncora
Beaches, surfing, backpacking, yoga, fishing
13. Tacna
History, markets, beaches, casinos, fishing
14. Nazca
Deserts, hummingbirds, mining, culture, museums
15. Puerto Maldonado
Jungles, mining, lakes, rainforests, rivers
16. Huancayo
Observatories, culture, zoos, history, parks
17. Chiclayo
Beaches, markets, cathedrals, museums, churches
18. Ica, Peru
Deserts, vineyards, orchestra, wineries, museums
19. Paracas
Beaches, deserts, kitesurfing, museums, backpacking
20. Tarapoto
Waterfalls, rainforests, lakes, backpacking, rivers
21. Ayacucho
History, churches, culture, temples, museums
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22. Manú National Park
Area known for its biological diversity
23. Tingo María
Caves, rainforests, waterfalls, rivers
24. Lunahuaná
Rafting, adventure, wine, sports, zip-lining
25. Chachapoyas
Waterfalls, orchestra, mausoleums, backpacking, culture
26. Pucallpa
Rainforests, rivers, zoos, markets, nature
27. Miraflores District, Lima
Paragliding, casinos, parks, beaches, theater
28. Ollantaytambo
Ruins, rafting, hiking, adventure tourism, adventure
29. Huascarán National Park
Mountainous park with glacial lakes
30. Piura
Markets, orchestra, beaches, culture
31. Barranca, Lima
32. Juliaca
Orchestra, rivers, markets
33. Tumbes, Peru
Beaches, honeymoon
34. Callao
Salsa music, history, beaches, orchestra, fishing
35. Caral
Culture, architecture, history, ruins, ancient history
36. Pisco
Beaches, fishing, wetlands, wineries, churches
37. Huacho
Beaches, kangaroos, mariachi, orchestra, fishing
38. Ilo
Beaches, fishing, surfing, mining, history
39. Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve
Nature reserves, rivers, rainforests, protected area, ecotourism
40. Tarma
Orchestra, rivers, history, culture
41. Oxapampa
Country music, rivers, music festival, concerts, poison dart frog
42. Chancay
Beaches, wetlands, mariachi, culture, history
43. La Merced
Rainforests, waterfalls
44. Huacachina
45. Pachacamac
Museums, temples, culture, sanctuary, ruins
46. Churin
Hot springs
47. Chimbote
Fishing, beaches, orchestra, markets, culture

Fiestas del Cusco 2016

Más de 200 actores en escena le dieron vida al antiguo ritual inca denominado ‘Willqa Nina’ el mismo que fue escenificado en el Templo del Qorikancha a fin de dar inicio de manera oficial con las Fiestas del Cusco.

Guiados por el Inca, interpretado por el actor cusqueño Nivardo Carrillo, los músicos, sacerdotes y guerreros incas danzaron en un rito al fuego, mediante el cual pidieron a los dioses y apus (guardianes) tutelares de Cusco, su venia, para dar inicio a las festividades en honror a la Ciudad Imperial.

Inti Raymi 2016

Inti Raymi Festival


Inca Trail Expeditions

Machu Picchu


Machu Picchu It is situated on a mountain ridge above the  Sacred Valley which is 80 kilometres (50 mi) northwest of Cuzco and through which the Urubamba River flows. Mostarchaeologists believe that Machu Picchu was built as an estate for the Inca emperor Pachacuti (1438–1472). Often mistakenly referred to as the “Lost City of the Incas” (a title more accurately applied to Vilcabamba), it is the most familiar icon of Inca civilization.

The Incas built the estate around 1450, but abandoned it a century later at the time of the Spanish Conquest. Although known locally, it was not known to the Spanish during the colonial period and remained unknown to the outside world before being brought to international attention in 1911 by the American historian Hiram Bingham. Most of the outlying buildings have been reconstructed in order to give tourists a better idea of what the structures originally looked like. By 1976, 30% of Machu Picchu had been restored; restoration continues today

Machu Picchu was declared a Peruvian Historical Sanctuary in 1981 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. In 2007, Machu Picchu was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in a worldwide Internet poll.


Terraced fields in the upper agricultural sector in Machu Picchu


Temple of the Sun or Torreon in Machu Picchu


Inti Watana is believed to have been designed as an astronomic clock or calendar by the Incas


View of the residential section of Machu Picchu


Inca Trail or Inka Trail

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu (also known as Camino Inca or Camino Inka) consists of three overlapping trails: Mollepata, Classic, and One Day. Mollepata is the longest of the three routes with the highest mountain pass and intersects with the classic inka trail route before crossing Warmiwañusqa (“dead woman”). Located in the Andes mountain range, the trail passes through several types of Andean environments including cloud forest and alpine tundra. Settlements, tunnels, and many Incan ruins are located along the trail before ending the terminus at the Sun Gate on Machu Picchu mountain. The two longer routes require an ascent to beyond 4,200 metres (13,800 ft) above sea level, which can result in altitude sickness.