Lares Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n

PERU TREKS is the only tour operator with its own scenic and cultural trekking route, that treks COMPLETELY OFF THE BEATEN PATH with the LARES TREK TO MACHU PICCHU 4d/3d. You pass through the most isolated indigenous communities keeping the Inca culture alive, and get the privilege to interact with them. Our unique route is incredibly picturesque, with majestic ice glaciers, shockingly blue glacial lakes, waterfalls, llamas, and alpacas. We are the only tour operator ending the trek at the natural HOT SPRINGS of Lares. NO ONE HAS A BETTER DEAL than Peru tREKS for this beautiful treks.

Lares Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n is the beautiful and cultural hike

Somethings to know about Lares trek to Machupicchu.

  • There are some kids waiting for food or something along the Lares hike.
  • Lares is the only trek which is safe on rainy season in terms of landslides. But you need to go with proper rain coat.
  • There are many routes to hike the Lares trek. Our route is the best than the others, because this is the only route where you can see the glacier from very close distance and you will end your hike in the hot spring.

Best time to hike  lares trek to machu picchu 

The best time to hike Lares trek to Machu Picchu is during the dry season from April –  October. Also, the trail isn’t crawling with tourists or large groups of people depending which route are you going to take but our route is nice and quiet and so much more in the rainy season from December to March. Whereas in September till November, the days are frequently sunny, but it sometimes just gets cloudy threatening to rain but it either rains or fades, overall it is still a good season. 

The Lares trek is a spectacular alternative route filled with traditional culture, gorgeous vistas, and the chance to glimpse modern-day Andean life in remote, un-touristed villages.

Located in the eastern Urubamba mountain range, the Lares Valley is a fantastic alternative Peru hike when the Classic Inca Trail is sold out. What makes the Lares Valley stand out? Definitely the exposure to traditional Andean culture! The Lares trail takes you through several Andean villages where you will meet Quechua-speaking indigenous people who continue to live as they have for centuries.

You’ll hike through Andean tundra, clearing high mountain passes with views of stunning glacial lakes. And no Lares trek is complete without a stop at the famous Lares hot springs! You’ll love luxuriating in these natural thermal baths – a great way to start or end this incredible Peru hike!

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